Wednesday, June 27, 2007

First reviews: iPhone mostly matches hype

What's being said, two days before the uber-gadget goes on sale:
  • The New York Times: "Much of the hype and some of the criticisms are justified. The iPhone is revolutionary; it’s flawed. It’s substance; it’s style. It does things no phone has ever done before; it lacks features found even on the most basic phones."
  • USA Today: "With a few exceptions, this expensive, glitzy wunderkind is indeed worth lusting after."
  • The Wall Street Journal: "Despite some flaws and feature omissions, the iPhone is, on balance, a beautiful and breakthrough handheld computer."
  • Newsweek: "One of the most hyped consumer products ever comes pretty close to justifying the bombast."

[Photo: Apple]

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