.... but not any time soon.
Mike Cane's reply to my last Coffee with ThoughtFix video suggested I made a perfect case for buying an iPhone. To be perfectly honest, I actually WANT an iPhone. If they made it better.
I've stated before why the iPhone is too flawed as a phone to make it my primary device. When Apple makes an iPhone with 3G data, picture messaging, Bluetooth A2DP support, a browser with Flash support, and a removable battery, I'd probably buy it. They had to make compromises to make a phone, iPod, and portable web device into a shiny box. For me, they made the wrong ones. My phones must have removable batteries and picture message support. My mobile internet devices must have Flash support and 3G as a connectivity option.
These requirements are mine alone. Some people don't care about 3G, picture messaging, Flash, and the other stuff. It leads one to wonder - how many compromises are TOO many? Which compromises are people doing wrong?
Readers: I'm going to call these WTF for Wanted Tech Feature. Comment with a device and the missing feature. For example:
- Apple WTF: No 3G on the iPhone?
- Asus WTF: No Bluetooth in the Eee?
- HTC WTF: <2 hours of Vista battery life on the HTC Shift?