By Rob Beschizza at 12:49 am Fri, Feb 27, 2009
Why does Japan not like the iPhone? Simple: it lacks essential features like video and picture messaging, it isn't very fashionable there, and user-friendliness isn't important to the locals. Wired's Brian Chen explains.
And, perhaps most importantly, it’s impossible to attach cell phone charms to it.
interesting lack of buttons for this post
Japanese people are crazy. I used a japanese style phone for a while after arriving here, and ended up wearing the $200 cancellation fee just so I could get rid of the bloody thing.
Oddly enough, every japanese person I’ve met has been very impressed by the iphone.
They’re just being polite. ^_^
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