Iphone or Itouch? pros, cons

United States
October 17, 2008 11:40am CST
Well the iphone allows you to make calls, but includes a camera and also works as an ipod. It's more expensive than an itouch though. An itouch has no camera or phone calls but has more storage capacity and is cheaper. What do you guys think?
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@zand210 (56)
• United States
17 Oct 08
Well, since I do have the new iPhone 3G, it holds up pretty well. Yes, there are a lot of features that the iPhone has that the iPod Touch does not, but there are a lot of features that a regular phone has that the iPhone does not. A regular flip phone usually includes a camera that takes pictures and movies. The iPhone can only take pictures. But it is on the person's discretion. If you want an iPod that only plays music and then you can check your e-mails when you are in a wi-fi spot, the iPod Touch is for you. But, if you are always on the go, like a business man, and always wants to be up to date with the stocks and everything, then yea, you should get the iPhone.
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@snowy22315 (55796)
• United States
17 Oct 08
I dont know which would be better. i have an ipod but since the iphone costs like an extra thirty dollars a month I dont think that will be in my future anytime soon. It is nice to dream about though and to consider buying. I like my ipod alot.
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@jessej9 (394)
• Philippines
18 Oct 08
Hi, I think that it really depends on the person planning to buy one. For me I like the iPhone for it's practicality of being a gadget to do many things at once, but I like the iTouch because of it's capacity. Pros of the iPhone is that it's an all in one gadget while the iTouch can only be a dedicated media player. Now for me, I would personally choose the iTouch because I rather have a dedicated media player than to make it all work in my phone. I believe that nothing can be a jack-of-all-trades even in gadgets. And I the reason I just like to have an iTouch rather than an iPhone is because I love flip-top phones.