iPhone First Looks at TreoCentral

Jenchappell

I just wanted to highlight Jennifer Chappell's excellent article at TreoCentral. Jennifer is the editor at TreoCentral, and usually uses a Treo 680, much like I once did. She's been taking the iPhone through its paces, and her excellent first look article is now up.

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p> This review is more relevant than most out there, as iPhone owners were 10 times more likely to have used a Treo prior to the iPhone. I got bitten by the iPhone bug, and bitten hard. Using a Treo in the next week or so is going to be interesting.

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iPhone First Looks at TreoCentral

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moved thread to round robin forum to make it officially a round robin contest thread. Replies here are entries.
Just a reminder - you get one entry per post, but only one per day. So if you chatted about Jennifer's take on the iPhone yesterday, you may want to consider continuing the conversation today!

I will be very interested to see Jennifer's opinion in the end as to which phone she will like the best. It's also a shame to be judging an iphone at this time when it's been announced that it will be available for 3rd party aps soon.

I will be very interested to see Jennifer's opinion in the end as to which phone she will like the best. It's also a shame to be judging an iphone at this time when it's been announced that it will be available for 3rd party aps soon.
Ask and ye shall receive - the 2nd article is up!

Well, it's a very unbiased review,:thumbsup: at least in my mind. I can see Jennifer going to the iphone full time if and when she can get 3rd party aps. My thought with all of this is how different the review might be if she had the internet speed of the 755 or 700p. I don't think she'd have as many problems with the internet TV. I also don't know if there is a big improvement on the phone, but I have no cracking on my 755 at all, but did with the 650. I just thought it was because the 650 was on Verizon. :)