Expert calls the iPhone 3G 'revolutionary'
23 January 2009 — 5:00 PM
Those in the market for the latest phones may be buoyed by the comments of one expert.
A spokesman for Phanfare, a photo and video sharing website that connects to the Apple iPhone 3G, said the device has set the standard for all future smartphones.
Speaking to USA Today, chief executive and co-founder of the company Andrew Erlichson said Apple had created a device that others would struggle to beat by seamlessly combining web, camera and communication technology.
"It's the beginning of a new era, where computers give way to more purposeful devices that are easier to use," he said, adding: "Apple has raised the bar and everybody is racing to catch up."
Available exclusively on the O2 network in the UK, the Apple iPhone 3G was launched in 2008 and was later made available on pay-as-you-go.
However, recycling mobile phones that are no longer in use could be one way to pay for the gadget.
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