The Apple iPhone will go down as the most successful launch, of any technology product, ever. Whether you like it or not, it's a revolutionary product that deserves much of the praise it's received. But it's not perfect, not by a long chalk.
Give us a 3G iPhone with push email and office apps
So here's some constructive criticism, for Apple, from PC Advisor. And yes, we are punching above our weight, but it doesn't mean we're wrong.
We've collated 15 big things that Apple can do in the next generation of iPhones to make using an Apple iPhone even better. Apple hasn't said when the next-gen devices will make their appearance, but some Apple watchers have speculated early 2008.
In fact, we might not even have to wait for Apple iPhone 2.0 to see some of the items on our wish list. It's conceivable that Apple could update the current crop of iPhones via software updates. Are you listening, Apple?