“Having owned my iPhone since about 20 minutes after they went on sale June 29, I’m comfortable in saying that, while the iPhone isn’t perfect, and has some real flaws, it’s nevertheless the best-designed, most pleasurable to use device I’ve ever owned,” John C. Welch reports for InformationWeek.
“Keep in mind that I’m no newbie, having used smartphones since 2001. Along the way, I’ve owned a Sprint Kyocera 6035 smartphone, an Audiovox PPC-6601 Pocket PC phone, also from Sprint; and two Verizon XV-6700 smartphones. I also support four models of Palm Treo, the aforementioned 6700, and the Motorola Q Windows Mobile 5.0 smartphone, all in an Exchange/GoodLink environment. So I’m hardly new to the joys of either smartphones or corporate uses thereof,” Welch reports.
“In reflecting on my two weeks with the iPhone, my objective is to move beyond nattering about its specs or complaining about what it doesn’t do, and shed some serious light on security issues, corporate e-mail syncing, iPhone application development, and a bunch of other areas of interest to serious users, both corporate and otherwise,” Welch reports.
Full comprehensive review – very highly recommended – here.