I’ve long been on a record as a strong advocate of smart phones, and the Treo 650 in particular. I’ve had a Treo 650 since mid 2005. This weekend, after an hour’s drive and a short wait at an Apple Store, I now own a Apple iPhone and am in a position to compare the two phones.
I’m not going to gush about the iPhone’s beautiful screen, or it’s remarkable touch screen interface, or even it’s keyless keyboard (which I’ve found amazingly easy to use), instead I’m going to concentrate on the specific features the iPhone seems to be lacking versus those available on the Treo 650.
Things That the iPhone Doesn’t Do That The Treo 650 Can:
Things That the iPhone Does That the Treo 650 Can’t:
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