Saturday, September 29, 2007

Gizmodo says Don't buy an iPhone

Primarily because the recent upgrade sends a clear message: We don't want do-it-yourselfers. That's Gizmodo's core audience.
This week's Apple iPhone update may have bricked a few hacked phones, but this is the least important part of the problem. What probably upset many more early adopters was the way Apple wiped out their applications, reducing their phones to the "official" software. This sent out a very clear message: The iPhone is for dummies. It's not for gadget freaks, who only represent a tiny minority of the market.
Gizmodo says Don't buy an iPhone | Technology | Guardian Unlimited

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