- Page 1:An Unfinished Product
- Page 2:Why We're Being Mean
- Page 3:Discovery
- Page 4:#1: Evolve the Screen Interface
- Page 5:#2: Fix That Stupid Synchronization
- Page 6:#3: Wireless Inconsistencies
- Page 7:#4: This Isn't a Gaming Console
- Page 8:#5: Not Much of a GPS Either
- Page 9:#6: A Camera From Another Era
- Page 10:#7: Slotless
- Page 11:#8: Stability Leaves Something to Be Desired
- Page 12:Viva the iPhone v3.0!
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you must have noticed that the new iPhone 3G from Apple came out almost two months ago. The new iPhone has been warmly received by consumers and critics alike. It has eliminated many of the glitches that plagued the original, and has opened an interesting new pathway for outside developers, thanks to its App Store.
Having tested the original iPhone, we were naturally curious to discover what was in store for us this time around. What we found was this: despite all of its good qualities and new bells and whistles, the phone has let us down—simply put, this thing is a tease.
Apple could have fixed ALL of the errors that it made with the previous iPhone V1, yet many still persist. Thus, rather than do an exhaustive test, we’ve chosen to present you with eight glitches that Apple has yet to remedy—our reasons why NOT to buy the iPhone 3G... and why you should really wait for the next version to come out instead!
- An Unfinished Product
- Why We're Being Mean
- #1: Evolve the Screen Interface
- #2: Fix That Stupid Synchronization
- #3: Wireless Inconsistencies
- #4: This Isn't a Gaming Console
- #5: Not Much of a GPS Either
- #6: A Camera From Another Era
- #7: Slotless
- #8: Stability Leaves Something to Be Desired
- Viva the iPhone v3.0!