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How the iPhone Works Three Months On
Hey guys, Jon here with a, I guess, three-month review here for you on the Apple iPhone. So like I said I’ve had it for three months pretty much since the lunch day which I believe was June 29th and I wanted to give you guys an assessment of what I like about it, what I haven’t like about it and if I want to keep it very long. So everybody already knows the iPhone how looks like, what the interface looks like. There is a little bit glare there but you see that and recently the iTunes WiFi strong was updated. So first time I start with the things I like about the phone. The internet browser and on it is amazing. As you can see it in the iPhone reviews one and two when I load I believe ESPN, the browsing is a second to none. No other mobile phone that I’ve seen has come in close. It’s real rich HTML websites so you can zoom in and scroll and that’s unbelievable.
I’ve never seen it like that. I’ve been through a lot of phones. I’ve tried them all. There are Blackberries Windows Mobile and I’ve been tried Symbian which was close but not nearly as good and yes I’ve got a good sense of perspective on it and the browser is unbelievable. The MP3 port are part of it so the iPod part is amazing as well for watching videos. The thing is it’s a great to the wide screen, it really makes the videos pop out right here and for music it’s great and just like any other iPod the quality is good and the controls are nice with the touch screen.
So that’s what I like about it. I like the widgets. I like the way to operating system worked. It’s very elegant and makes it fun to work but when you push send I like the kind of thing pops up. I can delete a picture. I like how the image looks like it’s actually going in trash. It’s very fun to use. You know all things taken to actual step or two it’s still very nice and very enjoyable.
So some things I don’t like about it. I’ve been through this before but I do a lot of traveling for works. I’m always on the road and always have to stay connected with email. The email application on this is awful and it’s really, really bad and here’s why. When an email comes in and look at the head and I knew email from John Applesee, so I click the email from John Applesee and it will just been and if you’re on EDGE, it’s been for 45 or 50 seconds and before they will text message comes up and everything is even longer and times can even tell you to keep a downloader from the server. You’ve got the email and it is just a seconds long and that sucks when you need a quick reply or you need to get a quick message out. If you are on WiFi and it is quicker and you just don’t know how long is to take to read your emails. So that’s really a big, big downside of this.
And since I’m on the road a lot I stay connected with friends and colleagues with instant messaging and some messaging on the iPhone really nonexistent outside of hacked third party apps or on there before the software update and using Safari IM program which are barely usable as far as I’m concerned.
There are really no IM so the phone is not the businessman’s travel companion. That’s make it out to be so you know it’s been since three months and I really had the chance about the thing to use it. I love the iPhone and I have actually decided out for and keep it or not or from loaded change for our Windows Mobile and go back to Blackberry because I really need that email then I have to have and I keep hoping that Apple is going to fix their email program that’s why I’ve checked this along. Everyday I keep hoping that they’re going to fix it.
So, you can close but I’m going to keep the iPhone probably you know maybe I’ll get something between this an iPhone to and I don’t know all that you guys know but anybody looking for a phone that’s a great MP3 player and they can browse online with and the iPhone is a great way to go. I’m sure everybody is going to say why I just got an iPod Touch and get some other phone because you’ve learn this iPhone I also get the iPhone too and a little stuck with players do the same as I assumed iPhone too will fix all these bugs and add iChat and all that stuff and the features that I wanted within Apples ability to put in to this current iPhone and it’s a little frustrating that they haven’t yet. I didn’t hack my iPhone and if I did I would have been a little upset that the program got locked out after 1.1.1.
So that’s it guys, I just want to give you quick updates on the iPhone. Like I said earlier it’s a great phone, phone wise it’s a good phone. Call quality is great and the camera actually is really good as well. No MMS thing is a little annoying also. You can’t MMS on the phone up and that is MMS and this is my old Nokia I had you know I think three or four years go. So that’s definitely quirky here and it got it’s ups and downs but overall it’s been a great phone. I've enjoyed having it and I hope to continue enjoying to have it as soon as the Apple will fix this they will soon so here’s real quick. Anyway guys feel free to ask questions and what have you guys have and thank you for subscribing and thank your watching.
Actually one last thing I want to talk about was the price drop that happens I think about a month ago on this. Everybody is wondering what I though about it or people were asking at least. It did really bother me. It is within Apple’s right to drop the price of the phone. Also I’m disappointed. That they did probably why they’re going to do it. It happens as part of big area adapter I guess. So alright guys thanks for watching and I hope you found this somewhat useful. Thank you for subscribing everybody that did. Thank you for our new subscribers who just signed in and have a nice afternoon, evening wherever you guys are and I will talk to you guys soon. Bye.