Silly list of Five things missing from iPhone 3GS. Let’s see. Besides no Mass Storage Connectivity (see App Store, sweetie), Broader Data Handling (uh, Notes syncs, you know?), iTunes folders (sure, and why doesn’t it open a wine bottle?), Better Web Integration (why doesn’t my iPhone sync with Google, Outlook, Yahoo, my Mac, and the Library of Congress?), Better Camera (more megapixels isn’t the answer, dear), what’s missing? Melissa J. Perenson:
That’s not to say that the iPhone 3GS isn’t good. In fact, this new model is among the best handsets on the market today. Still, the 3GS’s combination of hardware and software continues to miss the mark in a few critical areas, and these deficiencies prevent the iPhone from leaping far ahead the competition.
I have a hard time determining how the list of five are “critical areas.” Is there any cell phone anywhere that does all the iPhone does now?