@Darren Coleman - Apple fans = not very bright
Totally agree mate, they are rather stupid and obviously have more money than sense but there you are, it takes all sorts.
I mean, what other phone would possibly sell without a user replaceable battery? in this regard alone, how does Apple expect it to take off as a business tool.
I'll admit to owning an iPod Nano 8GB for the following reasons:
1. Its size amd weight
2. Does exactly what it says on the case i.e. its an MP3 player that allows me to enjoy my music during my lunch break at work.
3. Fpr whatever reason it enjoys more widespread connectivity support in terms of stereo equipment/vehicle audio systems than competitors.
4. Have managed to track down a couple of tracks through Itunes that I have not been able to get hold of elsewhere or as cheaply (though the cost per track is rather high)
However I am not likely to rush out to buy a 16GB Nano should one come out tomorrow as the device does what I need and will continue to do so for a number of years and when the battery goes I'm not going to pay an arm and a leg to have them fit a new one as there will be better and cheaper devices on the market by that time.
Apple support is also dire (their own forums testify to this) but they excel at PR obviously and make the UK Labour Party look like amateurs.
The fact that they have changed metal for plastic proves they are miffed about their product being ignored by the thinking population and thus having to attempt to make their product more competitive (which they have failed to do as the software lacks a lot of features mainstream mobiles have had for years in order to maintain their margins by not spending on development)
Apple fans, Evil Jobs sees you all as walking credit cards/piles of cash.