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You can be sure that Apple will have wave after wave of innovation to keep the iPhone-mania alive. This is one of the keys to the success of the iPod.

But. Will you be able to wait for 2.0 when 1.0 is there looking soooooo cool?!


I have to say, I am extremely keen to get my hands on an iPhone when it is released here is Oztraylia (circa Jan-Jun 2008).

My only hope, however, is that we get iPhone v2.0 - there are some things that Apple could alter to make it a much more competitive and useful product:

1. How about making it run at 3G/3.5G speeds, not the slower EDGE speeds?
2. I haven't been able to find an article anywhere about if the iPhone will connect to a Microsoft Exchange server and run your e-mail. I hope so...
3. BIGGER HARD DISK! 8GB is never enough, particularly if we are talking TV, movies AND music.
4. Third party apps - at least having had the iPhone out for this long before we get it we should get the benefit of others developing for it.

That's by no means an exhaustive list, but it's a start. I'm dead keen - it'll be the first Apple product in my house (as a dedicated MS man) - but they have a few things to fix as far as I am concerned before I shell out my hard earned's...

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