1. rosselliot's Avatar
    I can't remember life without an iphone! I've had once since the day the first one came out. I waited in line for it and am soooooo happy I did!
    06-27-2009 05:24 PM
  2. maverick96's Avatar
    I also switched from a Verizon curve to the new iPhone 3GS 16GB (black) I have ZERO regrets and cannot believe just how awesome this device is..I had the BB storm a couple months back and I cannot even believe anyone would even call that competition to the iPhone..Not even close...LOVE my new iPhone...
    06-27-2009 06:22 PM
  3. BBMaverick's Avatar
    Switched from a BB Curve as well!
    06-28-2009 09:14 AM
  4. DaReaper911's Avatar
    I bought a Blackberry Bold and was showing it to all of my co-workers and bragging about how sweet it was, etc. A few days later, my wife got an iPhone. After playing on the iPhone for awhile, I went straight to AT&T and exchanged. I then got made fun of at work for talking up the Bold and then returning it. LOL!!

    i got the same from my friends and co-workers about leaving the storm for the iphone 3gs lol
    07-02-2009 01:45 AM
  5. ryrycalguy's Avatar
    I came from a Blackberry too. I've never looked back.
    07-02-2009 01:48 AM
  6. i.wifi.u's Avatar
    still trying to find out wht's the big deal with the palm pre, my friend has it and its really simple and not wow like the superb new iphone
    07-02-2009 05:55 AM
  7. Watcher's Avatar
    It's groin grabbingly good.
    Wow! I have never heard any product described in that manner!
    However, I think Michael Jackson would have agreed with you. ~ M.J. - R.I.P. ~
    07-02-2009 06:29 AM
  8. Suzuku's Avatar
    Welcome to the dark side. ^^
    07-02-2009 02:15 PM
  9. SphinctOr's Avatar
    I got tired of trying to convert people to the iPhone.
    I you don't have one...too bad for you.

    And it's less Internet traffic on ATT's crappy network
    07-02-2009 07:40 PM
  10. ardoreal's Avatar
    I'm joining the ranks on this thread. Well, my answer to the question is simple. AT&T didn't cover my area until very recently. I would have gotten one long ago if I could have.
    07-02-2009 10:39 PM
  11. TrueCrimeNY's Avatar
    I must say, I too cannot believe I din't jumped on the iPhone ban wagon much sooner. I was a hard core windows mobile user, before purchasing my new 3GS, and couldn't believe how much nicer the iPhone is. Although a windows mobile phone allow for much more customization, it cannot beat the overall user experience of the iPhone. I can honestly say this is the closest I've come to actually feeling like I truly have a mobile computing device in my pocket.
    07-03-2009 01:22 PM
  12. DaReaper911's Avatar
    I must say, I too cannot believe I din't jumped on the iPhone ban wagon much sooner. I was a hard core windows mobile user, before purchasing my new 3GS, and couldn't believe how much nicer the iPhone is. Although a windows mobile phone allow for much more customization, it cannot beat the overall user experience of the iPhone. I can honestly say this is the closest I've come to actually feeling like I truly have a mobile computing device in my pocket.
    Yea I too you to own those wm phones that always crashed right when I needed to use it.
    07-03-2009 01:55 PM
  13. fleury's Avatar
    my mom has a windows phone too and its nothing but trouble. first one crashed and now the second one is just a pain.
    07-03-2009 02:25 PM
  14. ardoreal's Avatar
    Every Winmo phone I had, Winmo 6.1 was always running out of memory. I was particular enough to flash with custom ROM's that have minimal apps loaded and I would do a custom install list (can't remember the term) and have cabs in the device storage that would load on a fresh rom flash.

    Even with ROM's tailored to memory management the phone would just run out of memory and I'd have to reboot it over time.

    That and it was slow, sluggish in response time (by comparison), and just not pleasant. There's a reason Winmo is in 3rd and soon to be 4th place. It's a crap platform.

    iPhone is, as Trent Reznor put it, the most modern smartphone environment out there with the exception of WebOS. WebOS is the most contemporary, but the iPhone is the most advanced with its maturity and issues worked out that Palm is still stumbling over.

    I'll keep the iPhone, and look at WebOS again in a few years.
    07-03-2009 02:54 PM
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