30 Days With the iPhone 4

So it's been 30 Days since I received my iPhone 4 from Apple. While upgrading iPhone hardware is not always as exciting as switching to a new platform, Apple has really made a significant jump from the 3GS to make this hardware update exciting enough. I would like to share with you my thoughts on some of the ups and downs of being an iPhone 4 owner over the course of my 1st month of ownership. 
 The Ups: 
 1) The hardware is beautiful.  2) It is resistant to cosmetic wear and tear from casual use. (unlike the previous 2 versions made with plastic and chrome trim) 3) The updated camera takes some amazing photos.  4) The retina display is unmatched. 
 The Downs: 1) iOS 4.0 on this iPhone is less than stellar in terms of stability. (even more so than a 3GS running 4.0)  2) I have dropped a few more calls on average than with my previous iPhones.  3) I continue to have bad Bluetooth connection issues. 
 Overall, am I satisfied with the upgrade? Yes. Would I recommend it to my friends and family? Yes. Is it my best smartphone experience to date? Yes. 
 In two words? Get one!

So it's been 30 Days since I received my iPhone 4 from Apple. While upgrading iPhone hardware is not always as exciting as switching to a new platform, Apple has really made a significant jump from the 3GS to make this hardware update exciting enough. I would like to share with you my thoughts on some of the ups and downs of being an iPhone 4 owner over the course of my 1st month of ownership.

The Ups:

1) The hardware is beautiful.
2) It is resistant to cosmetic wear and tear from casual use. (unlike the previous 2 versions made with plastic and chrome trim)
3) The updated camera takes some amazing photos.
4) The retina display is unmatched.

The Downs:
1) iOS 4.0 on this iPhone is less than stellar in terms of stability. (even more so than a 3GS running 4.0)
2) I have dropped a few more calls on average than with my previous iPhones.
3) I continue to have bad Bluetooth connection issues.

Overall, am I satisfied with the upgrade? Yes. Would I recommend it to my friends and family? Yes. Is it my best smartphone experience to date? Yes.

In two words? Get one!