Yesterday's Boy Genius Report post citing the top ten deficiencies of the iPhone (no copy & paste, no video recording, and more) has generated more than 100 responses, some suggesting a fix for many failings (jailbreak the phone) and others hopping on the Blackberry or Palm Pre bandwagons in the hope that competition for the iPhone will spur more software innovation from Apple. While the App Store may be the hottest thing since that soldering iron you accidentally left turned on that ignited your Dad's workbench (and that's why you're not allowed in the garage anymore), even the sneakiest third-party developers can't effectively replace what Apple has failed to provide.

Given the sense of pent-up frustration from some (but not all) iPhone 3G owners over a laundry list of things the phone doesn't do, or doesn't do well, here's your chance to cheer or castigate Apple in the hopes of a brighter day to come. Vote in our poll and comment below with your top priorities for improvements -- or, if you're a happy camper, your favorite feature of today's iPhone.

Based on the Boy Genius Report top-ten, which iPhone failing irks you most?
No custom notification sounds437 (5.3%)
Copy & paste. Dude. Really.3548 (42.9%)
No unified inbox483 (5.8%)
No video recording1055 (12.8%)
Can't forward SMS618 (7.5%)
File structure isn't user-accessible355 (4.3%)
Push services still not here1146 (13.9%)
A different choice from the BGR list202 (2.4%)
None of the above, leaving a comment421 (5.1%)

[via Smoking Apples/Twitter]

This article was originally published on Tuaw.
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