iPhone 32GB?

 If you’re like me, you weren’t seen on line at the Apple store or AT&T store. You might have wanted to be on that line, but you weren’t. If you’re like me, you’re waiting for a 32GB iPhone. The question is, when will we see one?  I don’t understand why there is no 32GB model yet. If I want a phone that does everything, I think it should have adequate space for all my data. The point is to have everything on one device. I don’t want to have to carry around an extra iPod!

Another thing that really annoys me is the battery life. The forbidden topic. It angers us all. Seriously. 5 hours on 3G? We all know that’s worse than the first iPhone, and we also know the first iPhone battery sucked. My mom needs to bring her charger everywhere she goes…not the average American, or should I say Apple dream.

While I am on the topic of what I despise about the iPhone right now, I might as well talk about the fact that some of these apps are overpriced. Really. I don’t even think some of these 9.99 apps are worth what they cost. I have already downloaded some free apps, because I’m so cheap…no not really. It’s just us teens don’t really get money as much as we used to, unless we babysit. But anyway the free apps I downloaded were amazing, and probably should have cost money. It’s funny. The high-priced apps aren’t worth what they’re asking for, yet the free apps are so cool they should cost something.

Another thing. What is with the camera, and why can’t we MMS? What if I want to send a quick pic to someone? What am I going to have to do? Email it? Let’s get one thing straight. As teens, we don’t email anymore. Everything is texted or Instant Messaged. We hardly even call each other. Texting has totally taken the place of that. If I am going to shell out over 2,000.00 for this phone in the coming two years, I want to at least be able to send pics with my phone. I thought that was one of the basics, that every phone should support. I guess I was wrong. The same with the camera. You can surf the web at supposedly “blazing” speeds, yet you can’t take videos or better quality pictures. Why can’t they start with the basics, and add on after that? I have to admit, the pictures look great on the phone, but once you sync it to your Mac, or  PC (I hope not), they don’t look so great. I guess I’m going a little too far— but one would expect a good quality camera, with such a “revolutionary” phone.

I’m not here to start a mutiny or revolt against Apple, but these are definitely some things you should think about. I just sometimes wish hard for the perfect product. I don’t want to have to wait until I get so old I can’t remember how to work the DVD player (if they’re still of use), to get the ultimate phone…or something near perfect. The iPhone has great potential, and is nearly there. Maybe just a few more years before it has everything a regular phone has….tisk tisk Apple…



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