David Pogue’s Review of the iPhone — Engaging Videocast Worth Watching

This is NY Times columnist David Pogue’s review of the much anticipated, over -hyped iPhone. I love Pogue’s videos.

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2 thoughts on “David Pogue’s Review of the iPhone — Engaging Videocast Worth Watching

  1. Gordon

    Excellent, and a nice juxtaposition against the ‘official’ Apple videos, good to see someone outside of Apple using that keyboard as well.. doesn’t look TOO bad..

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