I DON'T. I expect them to add features through the life of the phone contract like they said they would do.
We are only 6 months into the life of the contract. I'm sure Apple will make good within the next 18 months.
It's not. There was quite a major architectural change between 1.0 and 1.1 even if it didn't show on the outside.
The .1 upgrade shored up stability but isn't as though they changed the kernal. Dramatic changes will come with version 2.
As I said, no worse than some 1.0 releases from other phone manufacturers.
You are the one who said other OS upgrades are buggy, not me.
Again, that's not the function I'm describing. The sleep/wake button press does a 'silence this call only' thing in a non-intuitive manner.
There are three ways to disable the ringer. Four if you count turning off the phone. For some strange reason you want to stay fixated on this one, ignoring all the other options.
Do you know of a camera that doesn't have one? I think it does absolutely need one instead of you having to take a hand off the phone to tap the screen.
You don't really have to make the whole tapping moiton it takes a picture when you lift your finger from the button. You can argue the inconvenience of looking at where you place your finger before you can take the pic. Generally you look at what button you are touching with a mechanical button. I've taken over a thousand pictures on my iPhone it does take some getting used to but its not as big a problem as you want to make it sound.
No I didn't miss that. That was indeed my point. If Apple are to conquer a non-US market, they need a non-US device.
If this is true then why are people in China going through all the trouble they are going through to use the iPhone?
I've had many an argument with PC people already convinced that Apple are arrogant for that alone!
That's a loosing argument as Apple has no shortage of hubris.
My point about the external button is they're using the sleep/wake button to silence the ringer instead of the existing silence ringer switch.
The existing ringer switch can turn off the ringer. The sleep/wake button is just another option.
Consider me underwhelmed again.
Fortunate for you that their are a myriad of phone choices.
The interesting thing about this is that if Sony/Ericsson or Nokia offered $1000 phone in the US. I cannot see many people using very much of the finite time or energy we have in life to complain. We would either buy it or not.