Yeah, yeah, I know I’m an Apple hater (although I do have a Nano, so I lose a little bit of cred right there… come on Microsoft, give me a Zune!). But I started thinking the other day, and decided it was a good enough thought for a post. The iPhone is no longer the game changer it once was, and here’s why I say that…
AT&T – Almost everyone I know that has an iPhone and is using AT&T complains about dropped calls. Angry Julie has mentioned it to me, my friend Danielle, I could go on and on. If people want an iPhone they have to (unless they hack it) use AT&T. People put up with it before, because the iPhone was so revolutionary, now there are so many choices (and BETTER choices I think) that people don’t need to deal with it anymore, and are leaving AT&T and their iPhones behind.
Other Choices – the iPhone is no longer THE phone to have. There are so many choices now, Android, Blackberry, Google, my personal favorite Palm Pre, etc. There are other phones out there that have amazing features! Palm’s multitasking is essential for what I need in a phone. Some people want/need a physical keyboard. iPhone isn’t the end all be all in phones anymore, and I couldn’t be happier about it. The iPhone’s form factor NEVER appealed to me.
In the wonderful world of blogs and social media I live in, I still see iPhones in almost everyone’s hands. I’m predicting a shift in that. There are so many quality choices around, and the iPhone is shooting itself in the foot by being tied to AT&T. So enjoy your last few moments of glory iPhone, cause you are about to be obsolete!
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I am a mom who can fix your blog, your computer, or your server. I have been in the IT industry supporting small businesses for over 15 years. As a diehard PC and Android user, I can usually be found sparring with Apple fanboys, or watching movies with my family.