Look at it this way: if the author's 3G experiences are typical, then a 3G phone lets you surf for one hour at "fast" speeds... and then drops to zero bytes per second (along with a mysterious sudden inability to make calls, play music, or take/show photos).<br><br>The iPhone keeps on surfing past the hour mark. So... surf until the iPhone battery dies and then average the speeds of the two phones... with the 3G phone getting zero for all but the first hour <br><br>Of course, speed depends on reception. Side-by-side tests that make the iPhone look faster than 3G are meaningless to me. Some places EDGE will be faster if 3G reception is poor, but that's hardly a fair test unless you live/work at that location. It IS fair to say the iPhone processes and renders pages faster than other phones, but test that with WiFi (if the competition even has that) to eliminate reception issues.<br><br>nagr[color:red]o</font color=red>mme<br><br>I require stroyent!<br>TeamMacOSX.com | MacClan.net
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