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Katie:

Thank you for sharing your post with us. I was at an event these past couple of days and I witnessed the love that iPhone users have for the phone. Three of the speakers lined up theirs to take a photo. Each iPhone has been personalized.

I'm keeping my fingers crossed about the wireless companies starting to pay attention -- they should, then again, they built their business empires on the old ways... I am hopeful that phone makers can finally get some traction with the help of consumers.

I really love the fact that the iPhone is a disrupter that is changing how American consumers view cell phones. Love it or hate it, it's gotten people talking.

A little while ago on my innovation blog, I wrote a post called "The iPhone is worth its weight in gold for its ability to inspire thinking" about the many questions that the iPhone raises: (http://www.getfreshminds.com/2007/07/the-blogosphere.html)

I think it's really true that the iPhone will be a game-changer. It's shaken up the cell phone industry so much that interesting things are bound to happen!

Very interesting post, by the way, I'm looking forward to reading more of your blog!

Matt:

I actually hope that Nokia is in hot pursuit not of the features per se... of the design and user experience. You should see their phones in Europe.

One of the reasons why consumers want it is that wireless companies have so far limited the scope of features a phone could have.

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