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Apple iPhone 3G S: Worth Standing in Line For?

At a Glance

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At a Glance

Third-generation Apple mobile phone

Price when rated: $199 (with two-year contract); varies for other levels of AT&T contract commitment; $599 (no commitment)

Pros

  • Bright, high-quality fingerprint-resistant touchscreen
  • Built-in GPS and compass
  • Decent autofocus camera with SD video capability
  • Extremely fast and responsive
  • All the new features of iPhone OS 3.0 Software Update
  • Voice control for phone dialing and music

Cons

  • Onboard video trimming is destructive
  • Requires two-year commitment to AT&T Wireless for lowest prices
  • Soft-looking video
  • Voice Control lacks some polish
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