This is from one out of a thousand reviews praising the iPhone, in Time Magazine:
The user interface is crammed with smart little touches — every moment of user interaction has been quietly stage-managed and orchestrated, with such overwhelming attention to detail that when the history of digital interface design is written, whoever managed this project at Apple will be hailed as a Michelangelo, and the iPhone his or her Sistine Chapel (Steve Jobs can be Pope in this scenario)

I sincerely don't know what to do. I'm going to San Francisco on Monday. I don't know how I'm possibly going to keep myself from NOT buying the iPhone, even though I won't be able to use it as "my Phone", and then only paying ridiculously expensive roaming charges if I'm taking incoming calls since I'm in Europe 90% of the time.

But: love is blind ;)

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