iPhones review on WSJ

30 June 2007   0 comments   Misc. links

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB118289311361649057.html?mod=hpp_us_editors_picks

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iPhones review on WSJA lot of news sites have started publishing reviews of the new iPhone by Apple. The review I chose was the Wall Street Journal column by Walter Mossberg. It's a great review from a user experience point of view too. You start by watching the video clip which is nice and then if you're interested in more details you move on to actually read the article.

One thing I appreciated about this review was that I was able to skim the article first whilst waiting for the video to first show the ad and then do the buffering. Very practical.

Oh yeah, the phone looks pretty exciting too. Shame about the Edge and being totally stuck on ATT. Don't know what that ATT deal means in terms of getting an iPhone here in Europe.

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