We all know how much Apple has talked up the benefit of a walled-garden environment, such as they have crafted for the iPhone. A limited development environment with limited ability to install applications does not a perfect firmware make, however, and the folks over at Applehound are compiling a list of bugs discovered on the iPhone.

The list is rather long, sitting at 68 so far, and is chock full of things from minor glitches to fairly show-stopping problems. Likely, Apple has firmware updates as part of their overall iPhone plan now it's just a matter of seeing what they decide to fix.

In terms of robustness, however, they claim Apple has done a fairly good job. The list is interesting, for sure.