Just three years ago there was no iPhone. Walt Mossberg from The Wall Street Journal:
Apple has built a beautiful smartphone that works well, adds impressive new features and is still, overall, the best device in its class.
Edward C. Baig in USA Today:
As with previous iPhones, the latest model breaks new ground. FaceTime video calling on the iPhone 4 is one of those cool “seeing is believing” features, and it arrives on top of several across-the-board enhancements. And iOS 4 is a mostly terrific software upgrade.
David Pogue in The New York Times:
If what you care about, however, is size and shape, beauty and battery life, polish and pleasure, then the iPhone 4 is calling your name.
Don’t forget my prediction. Android phones are and will continue to outsell the iPhone. It’s math. Google makes no money on Android OS for smart phones, so there will be more damage to Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 than to the iPhone. Does anyone stand in line for an Android phone?