If someone on your shopping list this holiday season wants a new smartphone, the iPhone 3G is a fantastic choice. The iPhone3G has all of the same features are the fantastic original iPhone with a few additions that up the ante for the device. Apple added GPS and 3G connectivity to the new iPhone 3G that the original didn't have.
The iPhone is only available on AT&T, which could be an issue for some users. The iPhone is hands down the best device for surfing the Internet I have used and works very well. The on screenkeyboard draws much criticism, but after using it for a few weeks it becomes much less of an issue. In the end, the iPhone 3G is simply one of the best smartphones on the current market and will make a great holiday gift.
The iPhone 3G is perfect for anyone looking for a smartphone that is packed with great features and just plain works well.
Faster 3G data speeds
AT&T 3G service is spotty in some areas
GPS doesn’t do real turn-by-turn driving directions
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