iphone comments and a rant :-)
@h 6 says that "Most iphone users are very happy with the soft keyboard" ... I suppose that could be true (the iphone is great, and so if you don't have a choice of a hard keyboard or a bluetooth keyboard, you learn to love what you have got), but as an iphone user, I'm not happy with the keyboard, and only the clever predictive text makes it useable.
@andy 115 would love a dual sim phone, so would I, but it's really unlikely as most iphones are sold on contract with a big subsidy that the operator wants to recoup, and so they are going to dictate that the only dual sim they would allow is if both sims were locked to the same network.
Of course you and I probably want it so we can have a work sim and a personal sim in there for receiving calls (and not to use the cheapest connection for making calls and the other connection for the unlimited data!) but convince O2 or Vodafone about that and we may see dual sim phones more commonly available.
Looking forward to the Vodafone launch as I've found O2 support unpleasant and unhelpful ... and I'm getting really annoyed that everytime I apply an OS update to my iPhone it resets the APN to contract (rather than the PAYG I have) so I lose my data connection until I can dig out the PAYG APN details and rekey them into the phone. Took O2 two months to let me know that's why I had no web access (but of course they didn't refund the two months of web'n'wifi bolt on I'd paid for and was unable to use ... so I will never use O2 again if I can possibly help it. I have a choice and poor customer service is inexcusable)