Wired Review: iPhone 3G Trades Battery Life for Interface

More of the same posted earlier – and my last and final iPhone post.

Again – it isn’t the flaws with the device these reviewers are pointing out – it is the universally over hyped, unrealistic expectations Apple generates becase they are so good at creating awe inspiring products.

Review: iPhone 3G Trades Battery Life for Interface, Software Awesomeness
By Danny Dumas July 18, 2008

iPhone 3G [Editor’s note: We’ve spent an entire week testing every single nuance of the iPhone 3G and what follows is Wired’s official, pull-no-punches, boiled-down, just-the-facts review. If you’re still hankering for a lengthier take on the phone, check out our in-depth first look, which we recorded right after getting the device.] There’s much to love about Apple’s new burner: GPS, 3G, Exchange support and an upgraded OS with hundreds of downloadable apps. Yet the camera still stinks, there’s no cut and paste, and — because Apple didn’t make voice-dialing a priority — it’s completely unsafe to use an iPhone while driving. Then there’s the battery: If you plan to use any of those new hardware features or processor-intensive apps, expect to ch [From Review: iPhone 3G Trades Battery Life for Interface, Software Awesomeness | Gadget Lab from Wired.com]

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