Josh Glover wrote:
> On 18/07/07, Michael Watterson <watty at eircom.net> wrote:
>>> I'm not convinced of advantage on a small handheld/pocket device screen.
>> Have you used an iPhone? Once the demand dies down a little, go to the
> nearest Apple Store (there *must* be one or more in Dublin) and test
> drive one.
Our nearest Apple store is in Manchester. Our nearest Apple store
actually with an iPhone is somewhere on the east coast of the USA.
That's a bit of a trek just to play with something.
That said, when it's released in Europe (I'm not holding my breath)
there will be plenty of outlets of $TELCO_THAT_CARRIES_IPHONE some of
which may actually let you play with one.
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