iStuff=iProblems, Part 1
The iPhone was released in June. After this, groups such as the iPhone Dev Team began hacking and unlocking the iPhone. Because of this, Apple warned folks not to unlock or hack with the iPhone, saying that the phone could no longer work. This warning proved itself true as iPhones were bricked. After all this, I felt Apple could have handled this better by disabling the offending hacks, instead of killing iPhones. This, along with Apple and AT&T's actions make it unlikely I get an iPhone.
After seeing the iPhone at an AT&T store, I am impressed. It's about smaller than my palm. But as I said above, Apple and AT&T actions leave me a bit sour on the device.