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Many would-be iPhone 3GS owners are speculating about the new device, but what does Engadget think of the next StevePhone? We talk to Engadget Editor-In-Chief Joshua Topolsky about the new device, and get his take on the next iteration of the iPhone. He’s lucky enough to have had the phone for a bit, and gave the device a thorough run-through. His takeaways? It’s a nice update that adds many natural items, but rather than the revolution of the original iPhone, and the subsequent madness of the iPhone 3G, this next iteration is just that– an iteration. When hard pressed, he thinks he’s still in the market for a device that’s somewhere between Android and a Palm Pre, but says that the vast majority of non-nerds (and nerds, for that matter) will still dig the iPhone 3GS, if for nothing else but the improved video recording.
The biggest downsides to the device? Joshua thinks that they have little to do with the actual device itself, and more to do with AT&T’s lack of braincells regarding MMS messaging and using the iPhone as a tethered modem, since the carrier hasn’t started supporting them though Apple has support built-in.
For more info, hit the link below to check out Josh’s full review over at Engadget. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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We round out our day of coverage on the iPhone 3GS with two more journos' take on the device. First, Christina Warren from TUAW.com tells us that the reduced crowds might have actually played in Apple's favor, since they haven't seen as many emails and comments about activation issues. Marco Chiappetta from HotHardware headed down to his local store, and saw much of the same subdued environment echoed across the country. Christina is poised to pick up the phone once her upgrade pricing kicks in, but Marco still can't live without that physical keyboard.
What's your take? Are you going to take the plunge? Head to our new YouTube YourVoice page, and let us know what you think of the device, or leave a comment here. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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The S really does stand for speed in the iPhone 3G S, as the folks from Anandtech have tested that the iPhone 3G S is currently the fastest web browsing phone of the current generation of "blockbuster" smartphones, including the T-Mobile G1, iPhone 3G and, perhaps most notably, the Palm Pre.
We talk to Anand from Anandtech about the test results, and get his extremely informed opinion as to why the latest iPhone can beat all comers. His take? On top of the fact that the iPhone 3G S actually has a faster processor than the G1 or 3G, the iPhone OS has been developed for a few more years than any of the other OSes, which leads to significant speed improvements and optimization. Anand thinks that materially, the Palm Pre and 3G S are extremely similar devices, and that the Palm Pre still has lots of room for speed improvements in the browsing experience, especially if Palm doubles down on optimizing code.
Keep in mind, these aren't necessarily the 100% conclusive results, and much of the experiment depends on network bandwidth and coverage. Take, for instance, CNET TV's unscientific test in San Francisco, where the Palm Pre tended to top both older iPhones. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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Frank Gruber of Somewhat Frank (http://somewhatfrank.com) just got the iPhone 3GS and tests the video capabilities out for the first time by recording and sending this video directly to the Web. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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