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iMockups of Tuesday Apple Products

Some of these are simply laughable. I mean, a tough-screen phone? That would be horrid!

Make sure you view beyond the first page of mockups.

4 Responses to "iMockups of Tuesday Apple Products"

  1. Actually I find touchscreen phones to work quite well. I've had one for over a year now.

  2. Really John? I do a lot of dialing without looking at the phone. The "5" on my RAZR is ever-so-slightly raised, so I can pretty easily feel out a number while driving (or whatever). I can't imagine you're able to dial without looking on a touchscreen phone, no?

  3. I guess it depends on how you use your phone. If everyone is in your phone book, then most phones that have touch screen also have directional buttons that would allow you to dial from your phonebook, and it's not hard to do that without looking. My current phone is a WM5 Smartphone - I think the next will probably be a pocket pc phone edition.

    However, the RAZR is hands down the worst phone I ever owned (I kept it for 3 weeks) - I'd take a phone with no buttons over another RAZR 🙂

  4. I thought about the dialing thing, but really, i don't do that all that often. If I'm using the phone, i'm able to see it, so it's not an issue. The address book functionality that I get from my WM phone is SO much better than the Razr's "most lame address book ever" that I could never go back to a 'standard' phone.

    The Sync Services integration via MissingSync WM is a huge bonus as well.


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