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    Keyboard complaints, data plans, so-so battery life, missing features, spotty reception, lines in front of stores you'd think I was talking about the Pre but these are some of the complaints mentioned at the launch of the iPhone in 2007. So let's go back in the time machine and look at some of the things said about the iPhone before it became what it is today.

    Pogue:
    "The iPhone is revolutionary; itís flawed."
    The New York Times | The iPhone Matches Most of Its Hype

    Mossberg:
    "Our verdict is that, despite some flaws and feature omissions, the iPhone is, on balance, a beautiful and breakthrough handheld computer. Its software, especially, sets a new bar for the smart-phone industry, and its clever finger-touch interface, which dispenses with a stylus and most buttons, works well, though it sometimes adds steps to common functions."
    The iPhone Is a Breakthrough Handheld Computer | Walter S. Mossberg and Katherine Boehret | The Mossberg Solution | AllThingsD

    USA Today:
    "A slender fashion phone, a slick iPod and an Internet experience unlike any before it on a mobile handset.Still, iPhone isn't perfect, or even the most ideal smartphone for every user. It's pricey. It lacks certain features found on some rival devices. AT&T's coverage was spotty in some areas I tested over the past two weeks. Your employer may prevent you from receiving corporate e-mail on the device."
    Apple's iPhone isn't perfect, but it's worthy of the hype - USATODAY.com
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    Very interesting too see that stuff again. Not enlightening, mind. But it is interesting.

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