“I'm going to focus on the bad. There are tons of iPhone reviews out there where the fanboy who bought it, tries to verbally hump it in his/her review. The basic rules of thumb for the G1 iPhone are as follows: 1) If you love to email on your blackberry, wait for the G2. The G1 mail client is for children. 2) If you want to be able to navigate to/from someplace using your phone, wait...” --gdean2323
“For me, a mobile phone is my mobile access to my connected world: voice, web, email, and social networks. The iPhone is my mobile computer. With the variety of applications allowing me to connect my computers to it, my iPhone has become my primary interface to the world, with larger computers being there primarily for longer typing sessions. This is the picture of where we're headed. I'm aware...” --shultquist
The iPhone 3G is the second generation of iPhone. It was the successor to the original iPhone, and is succeeded by the iPhone 3GS. Introduced on June 9, 2008 at the WWDC 2008 at the Moscone Center, San Francisco. The 3G was very similar to its predecessor, containing the same 2 MP camera and no support for video recording, and its performance was limited by the same 128 MB eDRAM memory...