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Monday, 29 June 2009 14:34

iPhone 3GS: still the best?

The third coming of the Jesus phone has come at last, with the masses in their millions saying hallelujah for the much faster and smoother iPhone experience, but while trouble in paradise has ensued with reports of overheating and bugs in iPhone OS 3.0, no-one has yet properly copied the iPhone, let alone surpassed it.

Sygic’s turn-by-turn “Mobile Maps” GPS iPhone app is the first publicly available app of its kind for the iPhone 3G and 3G S, has launched in Australia through Sensis and Telstra, but what do users think, and is criticism of the $79 price justified?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Yes, the iPhone 3G S has just launched, but Palm’s own webOS revolution is doing well with a quick update, delivered over-the-air, to immediately improve stability for some apps, a dozen new apps arriving post launch, an SDK is on the way and at least 50,000 sold at launch. Not bad, for Palm… but is it enough?

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