10. Hey Steve, you're a great visionary and an incredible salesman. Get someone in your organization that can help you develop a plan to release new devices. Your servers were locked up on PreOrder day, and it took me 3 hours to PreOrder my phone. I wanted to ship the device to my house, but by using the iPhone app shipping to my house was not an option so I have to brave the store for pickup. Then on Release Day at the store I have to stand in line for 5 hours waiting to pick up my PreOrdered iPhone 4? #FAIL.
9. It's heavier than I thought it would be. Glass feels good holding it. More solid that my 3G. Glass on front and back SHOULD last longer than the plastic backing on my 3G.
8. F-A-S-T. Never really played with a 3GS. But the difference between 3G and 4 is incredible. This phone FLIES. Even graphic-intensive games like WORMS are flawless in iPhone 4.
7. Multitasking opens a completely different functionality on the phone. Apps like LOOPT or Pandora running in the background? Awesome stuff. (I wish there was a way to select what applications stay open in Multitasking. Evidently I had Bubble Wrap open in my iPhone 4's memory for 48 hours, and I don't need easy access to pop bubbles...)
6. Signal drop? I really haven't had an issue with it. However, I purchased the $29 black bumper on ReleaseDay. Apple says that by using the bumper physical contact with the antenna is limited and your phone will work flawlessly. Guess your new iPhone 4 is a little more expensive than we thought.
5. I've had one FaceTime chat, and that was with @garyorr. During said conversation I had the thought: "Hey, I wonder if Gary is wearing pants right now..." FaceTime is cool, and definitely will have its place... but I think FaceTime will become like the Nextel "Direct Connect" Walkie Talkie system... it's cool to have, but you're still going to call someone b/c you want to have a private convo with them when you are in public.
4. iBooks on iPhone = Kindle on iPhone. If you could handle reading a book before, it's the same (except iBooks lets you choose what color to highlight). Speaking of Kindle, I forgot to "deregister" my old iPhone, and I've already wiped my old iPhone. As of right now I do not have access to the 20some books I purchased through the Kindle. #FAIL.
3. The camera app is incredible. Quality is so much better than 3G. Not to mention I can now do video for real. USTREAM is awesome now (and with the increase in processor speed and upload speed). iMovie for iPhone was okay, but not very intuitive. After downloading it took me a while to figure out simple tasks (like cutting)).
2. Retina Display. SHARP. CRISP. FOCUSED. This display is awesome. Brightness on it is ridiculous. Seriously, iPhone 4 as a flashlight could blind someone.
1. Battery. Oh won't someone please think of the battery. I'm a heavy user. Lots of data. Lots of voice. Lots of push notification. I get about 14 hours of usage out of my battery. Thankfully, I need it about 14 hours a day (7am-9pm). It's unfortunate that Apple cannot find/create/develop a battery that could actually make it through the day entirely...
In short (too late) I LOVE the phone! Worthy upgrade for anyone using a 3G or 3GS.