iPhone, You're no iPod...And Your Mother Dresses You Funny
Saabira Chaudhuri of Fast Company believes iPhone doesn't have the chutzpah to capture the same success achieved by its cousin, the iPod.
The iPod set an impossibly high bar, one that the iPhone will not match or even come close to. But the new device could still be very successful, particularly in the long term. By combining a phone, a music player and an Internet device all in one, while coupling them with the most user friendly interface it could conceive of, Apple aims to embody one of the most fundamental ideals that underlies modern day consumerism: convenience.