Dear Mr. Jobs,
I purchased an iPod Touch over a year ago and have been very happy with it. Last January and February I started to listen to several podcasts while traveling by train from DC to NYC to visit my father in the hospital. The iPod touch was a great device for these trips because I could watch video, check my e-mail and read news while in NYC (the hospital had WiFi). But one glaring shortcoming was that once I listened/viewed the podcasts I could not get more. The iPod was synched to my home desktop.
One obvious issue with the iPod touch was that I had to find a WiFi network to take advantage of it’s full capabilities. This drove me to wait 6 hours on line last July and purchase an iPhone 3G. I appreciated the applications, did not appreciate the lack of trials and have overall been very happy. But again I was very disappointed that podcast subscriptions could not be updated wirelessly. Therefore I was excited when word came out that v2.2 of the software would have this capability. Today I saw the new release was available, quickly updated my phone and … WAS SERIOUSLY DISAPPOINTED!