But, if I ever did, I'd need the iPhone to have similar applications and functions. I have a free document reader on which I can load books. I use it daily. I have a free Bible reader. I have a word processor and spreadsheet. It would have to sync Address Book (does), iCal events (does), iCal tasks (does not—what is Apple thinking?), and have a secure place to encrypt all my passwords. Do I really want an iPhone? No. Yes. Heck. The phone fits in my back pocket (without getting broken). I don't always carry my "purse," nor do I want to. No. I'm so glad I cannot afford one and am locked into my current wireless carrier. One less thing to think about. I am not thinking about it at all.
|Speaking of iPhones, Dave Piscitello mentions them in Hype-cycle management|