1. iKillYou's Avatar
    How stupid. If anything it needs to be in the Guinness Book of Records for "Device with Most Firmware Updates"!
    2011-05-15 10:13 PM
  2. ileaf's Avatar
    dont think its fair to list the iphone as a gaming system. u wouldnt buy an iphone if it only played games n that was it. u would still buy a PSP or an Nintendo DS if they only played games.
    2011-05-15 10:18 PM
  3. 6309phone's Avatar
    Oh it's fair to list it as a gaming system. Call Nintendo or Sony and ask them if it affects their sales and if they are worried about it.
    2011-05-15 10:21 PM
  4. yope's Avatar
    OMG! LOVE the picture
    2011-05-15 10:27 PM
  5. iphone?3gs's Avatar
    It does qualify as a gaming device because it does play games. What is a gaming device? A device that plays games. It's as simple as that. Regardless whether it does more or not. It plays games. It plays games that look better than some of the DS games. It looks better than some of the older consoles. The Sony Xperia Play counts as a Psp gaming device. It's also a phone. A computer isn't made specifically to play games, but it had the ability to do it. That makes it a gaming device, because it plays games. Same with the iOS devices. It had a market of games.
    Username is 3GS, but theres stuff past that:

    iPhone 4
    iPad
    Macbook Pro
    2011-05-15 10:28 PM
  6. 2Jaze's Avatar
    first two replies summed it up for me.
    2011-05-15 10:30 PM
  7. iphone?3gs's Avatar
    dont think its fair to list the iphone as a gaming system. u wouldnt buy an iphone if it only played games n that was it. u would still buy a PSP or an Nintendo DS if they only played games.
    But Lots and lots of people are doing exactly that. They are buying iPod touches for themselves and there kids instead of Other consoles because it plays fun games, and there cheaper than any other console games.
    Username is 3GS, but theres stuff past that:

    iPhone 4
    iPad
    Macbook Pro
    2011-05-15 10:31 PM
  8. x12_Carnage's Avatar
    Idc if you can play games on an iPhone or iPod touch.just because you can play a game on it doesn't make it a gaming system.the PSP, xBox and Ps3 are all gaming systems but the iPhone and iPod aren't.
    <a href="http://us.playstation.com/playstation/psn/visit/profiles/xl2_CaRnAgE"><img src="http://fp.profiles.us.playstation.com/playstation/psn/pid/xl2_CaRnAgE.png" width="230" height="155" border="0" /></a><br/><a href="http://www.us.playstation.com/psn/signup">Get your Portable ID!</a>
    2011-05-15 11:08 PM
  9. Jahooba's Avatar
    Words have meaning, people. The iPhone is certainly a "Portable Gaming System". Nothing in that term is contrary to what the iPhone is or can do.

    Some of you are stuck in your ways. You have a preconception of what a portable gaming system should look like, and how it should function and operate, and that's getting in the way of good judgement.

    If the category was "Dedicated Portable Gaming System" then the iPhone would certainly not apply.

    Furthermore, the iPhone won an award from a well-known and trusted publication. That is certainly news.
    Last edited by Jahooba; 2011-05-15 at 11:15 PM.
    2011-05-15 11:11 PM
  10. syedsufyan's Avatar
    Umm. The iPhone is not a "gaming system". Just because something has the ability to play games doesn't mean it should be classified as such. The primary functions of the iPhone are phone, Internet, and music.

    I can play games on my my Motorola flip phone. Does that make it a gaming system to?
    If Steve Jobs says it's a gaming system, it's a gaming system. Oh, and by the way, yes your Motorola Flip phone is a gaming system.

    Some people buy iPhones and never open the App Store(on phone and iTunes). If I buy an iPhone and never use apps, it should not count, right? I agree iPhone is a great gaming device, but it does not deserve a spot on the list so easily. I can play games on my PC too, you know. They should count it by accounts that buy games(not just regular apps). That would make it less unfair for other devices.
    Last edited by syedsufyan; 2011-05-15 at 11:26 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
    2011-05-15 11:26 PM
  11. Timstanley's Avatar
    Who cares what you call it, just say iPhone and shut up
    2011-05-15 11:34 PM
  12. The Man of Sand's Avatar
    There's no comparison between the iPhone and anything else unless the other device can call people.
    2011-05-16 12:41 AM
  13. RICO_'s Avatar
    If Steve Jobs says it's a gaming system, it's a gaming system. Oh, and by the way, yes your Motorola Flip phone is a gaming system.

    Some people buy iPhones and never open the App Store(on phone and iTunes). If I buy an iPhone and never use apps, it should not count, right? I agree iPhone is a great gaming device, but it does not deserve a spot on the list so easily. I can play games on my PC too, you know. They should count it by accounts that buy games(not just regular apps). That would make it less unfair for other devices.
    I don't care what Steve says or thinks it is. This is the same guy who blatantly accused his own customers of misusing their devices and causing their own signal dropouts. It's not a gaming system. It's a gaming device, but it's primary function is not gaming....like real gaming systems. The iPhone is designed to be used with a cell carrier, talk plan, data plan, and messaging plan. It's designed to be used AS A PHONE AND IPOD.

    If someone wanted to buy their son a gaming system for their birthday, they don't go out and spend $600 on a brand new iPHONE....they go and spend 1/3 of that on a brand new Nintendo Wii or a DS, or an XBOX or a Playstation.

    When Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo put up their sales figures of their gaming systems for the year or after a launch, do you see iPhone sales in that comparison. NO! You just see the XBOX, Wii, and Playstation figures.

    Guiness wants to sit here and call the iPhone a gaming system and yet the top 3 gaming system manufacturers themselves never compare their sales figures to an iPhone.

    So wake up! It's not a gaming system!

    It's a portable gaming device, not a system.
    2011-05-16 12:44 AM
  14. thetoothfairy's Avatar
    I remember the first commercial of the iPhone... I about flipped out on how cool it was! The iPhone should have set a guinness record because of its qualities and abilities. Just think everyone that bought one is part of the record setting process!
    2011-05-16 12:47 AM
  15. epignosis567's Avatar
    It's a sad day for American culture.
    2011-05-16 12:48 AM
  16. <(O)> Device's Avatar
    R u serious...the multi-touch interface makes it a gaming system!!! What level r u on in angry birds on ur stankorola flip phone...that's what I thought.
    Took me a while but I finally beat angry birds waiting for additional levels
    2011-05-16 12:53 AM
  17. feidhlim1986's Avatar
    Next year the iPad makes records for the fastest selling PC!
    2011-05-16 12:55 AM
  18. coolguy742's Avatar
    +1 give us real news modmyi
    News=current happenings. I don't see how ou don't consider this news.


    Sent from my iPod touch using ModMyi
    2011-05-16 01:37 AM
  19. coolguy742's Avatar
    Words have meaning, people. The iPhone is certainly a "Portable Gaming System". Nothing in that term is contrary to what the iPhone is or can do.

    Some of you are stuck in your ways. You have a preconception of what a portable gaming system should look like, and how it should function and operate, and that's getting in the way of good judgement.

    If the category was "Dedicated Portable Gaming System" then the iPhone would certainly not apply.

    Furthermore, the iPhone won an award from a well-known and trusted publication. That is certainly news.
    well said.


    Sent from my iPod touch using ModMyi
    2011-05-16 01:37 AM
  20. coolguy742's Avatar
    Next year the iPad makes records for the fastest selling PC!
    No it would make best selling tablet computer. You people need to stop whining constantly.


    Sent from my iPod touch using ModMyi
    2011-05-16 01:39 AM
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