GigaOM Poll: Will You Buy iPhone 3G

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So in a couple of days the iPhone 3G is going to go on sale. Like many of you I am going to get this device as part of my duties as an intrepid reporter (and a shameless Apple-holic.) However, if you are rational, then you might want to read these reviews by the big three tech writers and their take on the iPhone 3G before you decide to hand over your credit card to the sales people.

  • Walt Mossberg/WSJ: “I found it to be a more capable version of an already excellent device. And now that it’s open to third-party programs, the iPhone has a chance to become a true computing platform with wide versatility….if you can live with the higher service costs and the weaker battery life.”
  • Edward Baig/USA Today: “With GPS newly added to the mix, this handheld marvel has no equal among consumer-oriented smart phones. While not everything on my wish list made it onto the new device, Apple has raised the bar with iPhone 3G. To which I offer an enthusiastic thumbs up.”
  • David Pogue/NYTimes: “It’s not so much better that it turns all those original iPhones into has-beens. Indeed, the really big deal is the iPhone 2.0 software and the App Store, neither of which requires buying a new iPhone.”

I am sensing some hesitation on the part of the these reviewers. And now that you have read their reviews, are you still interested in buying the iPhone 3G.

37 Comments

webtech

Hi, I love 3G iPhone. I bought my 3G iPhone from Greece last month. It has really wonderful features, I enjoy it. You can contact to good person who can help you out. Here is his email ID zoomobileslimited@gmail.com

Peter

ill say this in a poem…

i shall buy an iPhone 3G,
but not MobileMe!

umm…u get the point

Jake

yes, I will be buying one on Friday morning (assuming they still have some when I get there!). Sure, it’s not perfect, it could have more things to it, but I don’t have one, and I don’t have a reason not to blow $200 on it right now. Thank you Uncle Sam for the stimulus check!

Jake
NoteScribe: Premier Note Taking Software

cornsyrupkills

Damn straight I am.

I currently own the HTC 8525 and I hope Windows Mobile dies a slow, painful death. I can’t wait to jump ship.

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