I can't take my iPod touch seriously as a typing/text-based input device until I can 'save drafts' and do 'copy and paste.'
I see this as pretty binary relative to the aspiration of being able to input fully formed, type-written thoughts.
What's the point if you can not easily edit your words?
For now, this segment of RIM's (Blackberry) business is safe.
Love the iPhone 2.0 platform and my iPod touch, but my Blackbery 7130 'aint going anywhere.
- iPhone 2.0 - What it Means to be Mobile: a detailed summary of my experience to date with the iPhone 2.0 platform.
- iPhone 2.0 - swinging for the fences: an analysis of the WWDC Keynote by Steve Jobs.
- iPod touch: the first mainstream Wi-Fi mobile platform?