“Today may well have been your last chance to buy shares of Apple for under $120. The first reviews of the iPhone (by journalists actually allowed to test the device) were published on the Web at 3 p.m. PDT today and seem to be generally positive, with the typical caveats about Apple’s choice of cellphone carriers. Interestingly, some of the issues that were initially cause for concern seem to have fallen by the wayside. Indeed, two of the three reviewers below actually seem fond of the device’s virtual keyboard and all of them found its new screen to be durable,” John Paczkowski reports for AllThingsD.
MacDailyNews Note: That’s because Pogue is a spaz. It only took Walt Mossberg a few days; Pogue will get the hang of the iPhone keyboard sometime by late summer/early fall.
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “LinuxGuy and Mac Prodigal Son” for the heads up.]
MacDailyNews Note: By the way, as Paczkowski notes via link in his article, that piece of garbage “First Review” of Apple iPhone that appeared in the NY Post yesterday was by hack Glenn Fleishman who was not one of those allowed two weeks with Apple iPhone. Some “review.” The real reviews of note, of which there are four so far, come from people who had actual access to iPhone for real long-term hands-on testing and are listed in the “Related articles” below.