Just a week with the iPhone so far but it’s been a hell of a busy week and the iPhone has definitely been put through it’s paces. Apparently it takes about a week when I switch primary communication devices to shift the relevant data sources and practices to integrate the new device into day-to-day life.
Biggest thing I’ve noticed so far versus the Palm phones that I’ve used in the past: the iPhone ecosystem and feature set is much more like a PC replacement than other devices. Time spent at my PC has radically declined in favor of the always-ready-to-hand iPhone. It’s capable enough that “I need a PC for that” moments are few and far between.
Another observation: for they value they provide, apps are ridiculously cheap. As a value proposition, the iPhone really exemplifies the power of crowdsourcing, communities, and economies of scale.
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