The Good and the Bad About iPhones
No doubt, Apple’s newly launched iPhone got such a huge wave of enthusiasm that it reigned as the most preferential techno gadget in the market. Consumers were swifter than galloping horses in their rush to buy this much talked about product. People have been so enthusiastic that the publicity was all good. Or rather, the hype surrounding the release of the iPhone was just too good to be true. If you’ve been dying to get the iPhone, go ahead but check out the pros and cons so that you don’t get conned!
Let’s cover some of the pros and cons. Let’s discuss the few things that could have been done in a better way. Then you can go ahead and decide what to do, whether to buy the iPhone or not. Lets begin with the plus points and then move on to the not so good points of iPhones.
With two models, the iPhone has two versions as well. One version has 6GB of storage capacity and the other has 8GB. There is no doubt that both versions provide a very good amount of space for storage purpose. But would users of iPods with about 80GB coverage of space feel the same way? It doesn’t seem likely. Still, for the iPhone, this storage space is one of its good points.
The overall sleek design leaves a good impression.
With sensors that are tactile on the touchscreen, it would make you feel good to have your touch do all the work. You can scroll the windows or move a slider. You can really make use of this entire iPhone interface for all your requirements because it is extremely user friendly.
The camera function for the iPhone is just amazing. It puts all other camera phones to complete shame. The picture quality is enviable and this isn’t impacted even in the softest mellow, lighting.
With easy and full access to Internet services, there are exclusive sites that are provided for you as an iPhone user. These sites aren’t permissible for your computer systems. Such privileged access deserves a mention, right?
We’ve covered the plus points so here comes the minus points.
A lot of complaints relating to the iPhone have begun to dampen its effect in terms of sales as well. These issues must be addressed. The biggest problem is the price. The unit itself costs somewhere between $500 or $600. This cost depends on the model but anyhow, the iPhone isn’t cheap to buy. You’ve got to have the AT&T, to use this service. This isn’t cheap either. So money gets drained out from the moment you opt for an iPhone. Packed with audio downloads, each song costs a dollar. This means other people are having fun as you lose your hard earned money. You’ve got to ask yourself if this is worth it.
Most of the good things in life outweigh the bad factors. So maybe you can weigh the pros and cons before you decide what works best for your requirements.