Some people say Sneak has an unhealthy obsession with Bits and Bytes and should really get out more. Well, to be perfectly honest, these people obviously didn't bear witness to the horrifyingly vivid sight of several hundred uber-geeks queueing down Regent Street last week, to get their filthy little mits on an iPhone. Yes, for the low, low price of £269 plus a compulsory 18 month O2 contract which will rack up another £600 +, you too could own the most over-hyped piece of technology since the Sinclair C5 … oh, alright, since just about ever.
Between you and Sneak though, however beautiful it looks, Sneak's advice is to hang tight to your filthy lucre and, unless you’re the hardest of die hard iPhiles, wait until Apple rivals bring out their own versions of this new design classic. Just like the iPod, the market will soon be saturated with a multitude of imitators – some may even, shock horror, be better than the original…
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