iPhone 3G Reviews by Walt Mossberg, Edward Baid & David Pogue

iPhone 3G

If you like to buy gadgets after doing a
detailed analysis of its pros and cons (Apple fanboys like me are of course excluded) then you should read the reviews of Apple’s iPhone 3G by the big three tech writers: Walt Mossberg of Wall Street Journal, Edward Baid of USA Today and David Pogue of New York Times and
get their take on the iPhone 3G before you decide to buy it.

Walt Mossberg/WSJ:
“I found it to be a more capable version of an already excellent
device. And now that it’s open to third-party programs, the iPhone has
a chance to become a true computing platform with wide versatility…if
you can live with the higher service costs and the weaker battery life.”

Edward Baig/USA Today:
“With GPS newly added to the mix, this handheld marvel has no equal
among consumer-oriented smart phones. While not everything on my wish
list made it onto the new device, Apple has raised the bar with iPhone
3G. To which I offer an enthusiastic thumbs up.”

David Pogue/NYTimes:
“It’s not so much better that it turns all those original iPhones into
has-beens. Indeed, the really big deal is the iPhone 2.0 software and
the App Store, neither of which requires buying a new iPhone.”

If you want a quick rundown of the iPhone 3G reviews then checkout the the cool iPhone 3G review matrix created by Gizmodo below.

iPhone 3G Review Matrix

Now that you have read the reviews, do let us know in the comments if you are still planning to buying Apple’s new iPhone 3G.


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