by Malay Shah
on Jul 21st, 2008

Apple iPhone 3G – Review

Apple IPhone 3GOver the weekend, Apple sold one million 3G iPhones across the 21 countries in which it is available. The Apps Store also saw 10 million apps downloaded in the same time period. We can’t say this is a surprise… but it is sweet to see. Many people were able to get a hold of an iPhone 3G over the weekend and reviews has started to show up around blogosphere. Most of the reviews are favorable toward the phone but does raise concern over weak battery life when 3G data connection is enabled.

If you know what you’re looking for, the fastest way to get it is to enter keywords in the search field. To download an app, simply touch and hold the Install key. The phone will ask for your iTunes password, and then will automatically load the app. If the app maker charges a fee, the amount will be charged to your iTunes account.

Five buttons — Featured, Categories, Top 25, Search and Updates — line the bottom of the screen, and that’s about all you need to navigate. Each app includes an overview from the publisher, a rating (one to five stars) and user reviews. If you’re considering a for-pay program, read the comments first because reviewers often describe glitches that might change your mind.The Categories screen will give you a good idea of the sweeping breadth of apps available, from work (scientific calculators) to play (tossing cows), with an emphasis on fun.

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