The iPhone is no flop.
Engadget did a good job giving the top-level highlights of the three reviews that came out today on the iPhone.
On a very exclusive basis, Apple slipped three devices to three personal technology reviewers:
David Pogue of The New York Times.
-- Says its "revolutionary; it's flawed. It's substance; it's style. It does things no phone has ever done before; it lacks features found even on the most basic phones."
Walt Mossberg of The Wall Street Journal.
-- Says "despite some flaws and feature omissions, the iPhone is, on balance, a beautiful and breakthrough handheld computer."
Edward C. Baig of USA Today.
-- Says, "Apple has delivered a prodigy -- a slender fashion phone, a slick iPod and an Internet experience unlike any before it on a mobile handset. Still, iPhone isn't perfect, or even the most ideal smartphone for every user.