Originally Posted by HockeyDoc
I am strongly considering buying 7 iPhones for my Anesthesiology group. We are salivating at the prospect of using all its features but we have a question. Is the iPhone a good phone? We currently all have RAZRs and we get reception in all of our locations and all of our operating rooms. So.
1. What is the call quality like?
2. Does it get a signal everywhere your old phone did?
I thank all of you who answer me.
You sound like a generous soul, but before you buy several iPhones, or even one, I would suggest that you check out the iPhone forums at MacRumors.com.http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=322939
They've set up a discussion area for people to report problems they are having with the device, and they seem to be numerous. Some of the bugs will no doubt be fixed with software upgrades, but that may be as far away as October.
The issues range from repeated crashes, to the inability to record a greeting.
Like the the folks who post here, the people who go to MacRumors, tend to be tech savvy, early adopters, and Mac loyalists. None of the complaints sound like mere sour grapes, event though the forum runs to 4 pages.
It seems like Apple jumped the gun on the release of the iPhone. Personally, I'm going to wait until at least, for the second version.