You’ve seen why the iPhone sucks, now check out five things to love about this device, or so we think. What do you like about the iPhone?

Multi-Touch Input

Finally no more lost or fiddly stylus action! Apple’s Multi-Touch software makes the stylus redundant. I rate this near the top of the features to love

Interactivity

With three built-in sensors, the iPhone knows more about what it is doing than I do. A proximity sensor, an accelerometer that automatically switches from landscape to portrait mode and back and ambient light sensors make this more self-aware device on the market

Safari Browser

I’ve enjoyed using Opera mobile on my Nokia, but the full-strength Safari included in the new iPhone just blows it out of the water. It does really look like “the Internet in your pocket” as Steve suggests

OS

The iPhone runs Mac OS X. It’s hard to tell from the keynote if it is a cut-down version or full-strength, but it promises the same intelligence, stability and elegance that I currently enjoy on my MacBook Pro

Design

Sure it looks nice. What Apple product doesn’t? But the real triumph is Apple’s commitment to a design philosophy that it not just about looks. Thin (11.6 mm), sparse and elegant, designed so that the software and hardware work perfectly together

[via APCMag]

You’ve seen why the iPhone sucks, now check out five things to love about this device, or so we think. What do you like about the iPhone?

Multi-Touch Input

Finally no more lost or fiddly stylus action! Apple’s Multi-Touch software makes the stylus redundant. I rate this near the top of the features to love

Interactivity

With three built-in sensors, the iPhone knows more about what it is doing than I do. A proximity sensor, an accelerometer that automatically switches from landscape to portrait mode and back and ambient light sensors make this more self-aware device on the market

Safari Browser

I’ve enjoyed using Opera mobile on my Nokia, but the full-strength Safari included in the new iPhone just blows it out of the water. It does really look like “the Internet in your pocket” as Steve suggests

OS

The iPhone runs Mac OS X. It’s hard to tell from the keynote if it is a cut-down version or full-strength, but it promises the same intelligence, stability and elegance that I currently enjoy on my MacBook Pro

Design

Sure it looks nice. What Apple product doesn’t? But the real triumph is Apple’s commitment to a design philosophy that it not just about looks. Thin (11.6 mm), sparse and elegant, designed so that the software and hardware work perfectly together

[via APCMag]