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I just wanted to share a strange happiness that came over me today.

I have a 3G that was given to me by my job and I have my personal Iphone 4.

I haven't sent a lot of texts on the 4 until today and I am amazed at how different the typing feels on this thing. I can crank out texts and the glass is so much smoother than my 3G. It just feels better!

I don't know if it is just in my head or the glass change by Apple is that huge, but just another reason I love the Iphone 4.
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I'll agree the glass feels different than the one in the 3GS. Overall it's just a pleasure to use, and makes the iPhone 3GS feel so outdated! I love the screen, just amazing!
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Finally stopped by the Apple store to check it out today also.

I'll be keeping my 3GS.

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I'll agree the glass feels different than the one in the 3GS. Overall it's just a pleasure to use, and makes the iPhone 3GS feel so outdated! I love the screen, just amazing!
i totally agree.... so far, i like everything about it.

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Finally stopped by the Apple store to check it out today also.

I'll be keeping my 3GS.
I'm hearing this a lot, surprisingly.

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