Please Fix the iPhone
Via Paul Thurrott, I bring you a fantastic web site, PleaseFixTheiPhone.com. If you don’t own an iPhone, you don’t realize how large of a dichotomy the user interface is. You can explore the entire Internet (except anything involving Flash and also many modern sites that have large scripts that will crash Safari); you can make and receive calls with the fantastic contacts screen (although many of your calls will drop due to the combination of the horrible AT&T network and the completely innacurate and useless signal strength meter); you can check your email (but don’t even think of copying any text to paste somewhere else); the list of plusses (and minuses) goes on and on.
So head over and vote for your most wanted fixes for the iPhone. Just remember, unless the mighty Steve Jobs thinks anything is “broken” (which he doesn’t, as he doesn’t let Apple release imperfect products), nothing about the iPhone is going to change.
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