Late night, I had to get me some fourth meal®. Actually, it was second meal; all I had today was breakfast. The drive-thru line took forever, so of course I had to break out the iPhone and send some quick texts. I get to the window, and the window guy was like "that'll be six dollars and forty... dude, is that the new iPhone??" So before I could get my Mexican Pizza® and taco supreme, I had to give him a quick demo on how the browser switches to landscape view when you tilt it. Besides, I'm ultra-paranoid of offending fast-food workers for fear of them spitting in my Diet Pepsi.
Sunday, August 12, 2007
Friday, August 03, 2007
For the last couple weeks, I've been saying how the iPhone wasn't for me. All hype, and way over-priced. That is, till I actually used one. A guy at my office has one and handed his over for a closer look. Big mistake. This thing is like butter.
The google maps, the web browser and the full-screen video iPod make this thing as close to the holy grail of phones as you can get. The one thing I have mixed emotions about is the on-screen keyboard, but even after only a day my typing skills have really improved. I was also wary about the closed system for 3rd party apps, but the extensive homebrew and web apps coming out daily make this phone better and better. For the record, I held out for three days before I broke down and bought the iphone, which i wrote this post with...