I'm sure I'm not alone in seriously considering adopting new iPhone when my current handset comes up for renewal - I've so far remained loyal to Nokai - with my unfortunate N97 being the current squeeze.
The social media, the apps, the camera, the music and creativity possibilities, all make it a more and more compelling device. Up to now, I've been resistant, but this new phone has yet again got me in a connundrum as to what to get - Android is looking pretty sweet too from a Google integration point of view - we use Google Apps extensively on Sonicstate. But Android isnt yet a creative platform in the same way the the iPhone is.
However, this new video shows there may be an issue that detracts from the overall iPhone experience - after all, this IS a phone too.
Check out this piece in the Register demonstrating a possible design flaw when it comes to the internal arial and signal strength.
White iLoud monitors and a new modelling guitar pedal
CV controlled mixing console and some distinctly dirty effects
Lightweight hammer action keys that can run on batteries
Zebra 2.9 + ZebraHZ and 4000 or so patches
All the fun of the fayre
Nopia and Questions