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Re: [newtech-1] iPhone, techofashionista

From: Miles R.
Sent on: Wednesday, July 11, 2007 3:53 PM
its funny, as fast as it appears on TV, I find every cellphone I've
had woefully slow in terms of broadband access. I thought I could use
my new blackberry from Verizon as a modem and get rid of my home
internet access. I could, but it would bring me back to dial up days
or worse.

I have an ipod. I holds 30Gb. Its still too small. I use it to listen
or watch. Its fine. It does less better. Its battery life is

I have a blackberry, it works with all my email.

Last I checked I can use gloves while operating both machines. Funny
comment for a hot summer day.

So, it may look nice. Its a great conversation piece but no iPhone for
me. If it demonstrated better broadband connection, that would be a
great consideration to change. Otherwise its just too hard to do.
First generation, etc.

Funny as iPod does less better and iPhone in the same frame of
operation has received requests to do all those things they left out.
Wonder when iPhone will do more worse!


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