One day we’ll have a review model to play with before everyone else. At least that’s what I keep telling myself every time I see the A-Lister reviews. The funny thing about most of these reviews is that 98 percent of what’s being said about the device could have been deduced from watching a video of it in use. But every now and again these “A-Listers” surprise us with an amazing review with insights that few could have assumed. This time around, it’s Joshua Topolsky’s review on Engadget. We don’t usually do the, “hey, check out this article” type posts on the site, but this one is so in depth, we figured you guys should give it a read.
I mean how can you not read something like this, “From the design aesthetic through to the actual build process, Jony Ive and his team have reset what we expect in an iPhone, coming up with something that clearly harkens back to the retro-future Braun designs of Dieter Rams.” Topolsky sure knows how to out-do his other A-List brethern. I’d even go so far as to say that if Apple shipped only one iPhone to a reviewer, Topolsky should be at the top of the list.