Closest thing I've got to the iPhone right now, the iPod Touch. Used it today in Apple shop in Glasgow, seems ok. Some niggles. 1. Screen frequently fails to sense actions, or requires a few attempts to do something 2.The correction for typing is bad, like, it zooms into the piece you have typed for you to find the error, but once you let go, it moves to somewhere else, thus, is pointless. 3.Cover-flow only activates if the unit is held upright, yes, I know this can't be helped, but I never hold my iPod complete vertically. Other than that, it's a slick looking machine that's uber thin and will certainly impress.