If you've been following the news surround the iPhone for the last week, you've no doubt read about the public outcry about the battery within the Apple iPhone, and Apple's replacement program.
Though the newly released Apple iPhone has seen a great deal of critical acclaim, it has by no means been impervious to criticism. Though naysayers have found many an iPhone shortcoming to nitpick about, critics and advocates alike have been able to agree wholeheartedly about two major iPhone omissions: support for AT&T's 3G (third generation) data network and the lack of GPS.
One of the big questions leading up to the iPhone's release was whether or not the iPhone would be able to display Adobe Flash within it's revolutionary Safari browser. As the launch neared, and since, we've all learned the answer was that it would not.
That seems likely to change in the near future. At least, that is, according to the Wall Street Journal's Walt Mossberg.
Finding itself sorely out of the limelight during the recent nationwide iPhone frenzy, Verizon has decided to supply it's sales staff with some ammunition to squelch customer concerns about their inability to get an iPhone through Verizon.
Remember the iPhone we all heard about for months? You know, the one that was "impossible" to unlock? Well, so much for that. A mere 5 days into the post-launch iPhone era, we've got an unlocked iPhone.