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An iPhone? – Nah!

In answer to Lisa’s question!

I’ve looked at these, and although they ‘re a nice phone (and even nicer with the 3G option) I think I’ll give it a miss at the moment…

I’m still loving my HTC Trinity, but might be tempted into the HTC Touch Diamond in the not too distant future (I’d be more tempted if it had a memory card slot – actually not just tempted – I’d want one right now!!!).

As an aside – check out Lisa’s hunt for Harry Potter with her G3 Canadian iPhone in London!

This entry was posted on Monday, July 14th, 2008 at 3:58 pm and is filed under Mobile Phones. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.


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  1. Matt says:

    I’ve been using the old iPhone for about 6 months now. I can say that, yes, the device has its faults, there’s a hundred and one little things that bug me about both the hardware and the software. That said, I love the thing!

    My main issue is with O2. On the release day of iPhone 2.0 I was unable to get past the upgrade form, as the site just kept going down. Eventually I was told they were out of stock and to keep checking back. Very frustrating when you’re being forced into their 18 month contract again just to upgrade. Oh well, I can live without 3G for a little longer. I’m just upgrading the software on my old one (I’ve been away), I’m looking forward to seeing the improvements.

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