WSJ's Walter Mossberg Reviews Apple IPhone [Video]

Posted: Jun 27 2007, 1:30am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:31am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

WSJ's Walter Mossberg reviews Apple iPhone [Video]
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Walter Mossberg of the Wallstreet Journal published his review of the Apple iPhone. And guess what, he loves it.

Mr. Mossberg says that the iPhone generated the most hype he has seen in his 16 year career of reviewing tech products.
Walter Mossberg concludes that the Apple iPhone raises the bar for all other smartphones and the virtual keyboard is a 'non-issue'.

See Walter Mossberg talking about the iPhone in the video below.On the negative side he sees that consumers only can get the iPhone on AT&T as well as that the iPhone is only supporting EDGE and not 3G data connections.
For Walter Mossberg the iPhone misses features like, video recording, Instant Messaging and Macromedia Flash support in the web browser.
Read the full iPhone review on the WSJ (Subscription).

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