iPhone 3Gs impressions

You can really tell that it’s faster. The response time on tapping things like mail and photos has sped up quite a bit. The new camera makes images look great, though it doesn’t seem like you can autofocus while you’re recording a video – and the ambient sound recording during the video isn’t half bad, I was worried I would need to get some kind of external mike in order to really catch sound.

The setup process was completely painless for me (I upgraded); I just synced all my info (all my photos and a bunch more of my audio) and went to AT&T’s web site to confirm activation. It’s all working very well so far… really the only differences I’ve noticed so far are response time and photos. The compass is a trinket by itself, but it also works well.

Not having MMS PISSES ME OFF. This is a huge feature, I want to be able to send locations and pictures and clips of things to other iPhones!! Not having tethering also pisses me off, but nowhere near as much as the lack of rich messaging. Screw you, AT&T.

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  1. SRSLY the one thing I really can’t understand is not shopping this around other major networks. It would make Apple so much more money it would make another record for them. I have Verizon, and so far it’s been the best coverage I could find anywhere that I’ve traveled. I just upgraded from a Q (meh) to the Storm the other day. With the newest update, it’s actually pretty good, I’ve gotten my typing up nearly as fast as on a regular keyboard already. But I wanted to get the Iphone SO DAMN BAD. Hopefully they will have come to their senses by the time this thing sees it’s day.