IPhone 3G Gets Reviewed

Posted: Jul 9 2008, 12:12am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:20am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
iPhone 3G gets reviewed
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We are a couple of days away from the launch of the new iPhone 3G and WSJ's Walter Mossberg has published his iPhone 3G review.

Walt Mossberg has been testing the iPhone 3G for a couple of weeks now. He likes the new 3G speed for surfing the web and doing email on the new iPhone.
The battery life is not has great as Apple claims found Mossberg.
His verdict: "If you've been waiting to buy an iPhone until it dropped in price, or ran on faster cell networks, you might want to take the plunge, if you can live with the higher service costs and the weaker battery life. The same goes for those with existing iPhones who love the device but crave faster cellular data speeds. But if you already own an iPhone, and can usually use Wi-Fi for data, you probably should hold off and get the free software upgrade before deciding whether it's worth getting the new hardware."
Read the full review on the WSJ.
You can watch the video review of Walt Mossberg of the iPhone 3G below.



More iPhone 3G reviews:
Edward Baig for USA Today
David Pogue for NY Times.

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