JohanS, 18 Jul 2008Quite worthless phone that's going for sale ASAP.
I am NOT happy with the battery life.
I ... moreJohan - if you are not happy, you better change the phone with the same contract...by buying a different phone..ATT still has better phones but not so hyped. I am using LG Vu which is so far good except for features like GPS, exchange server. The interface is excellent than ifone...the only thing is you will be paying additional price..for the fone
Quite worthless phone that's going for sale ASAP.
I am NOT happy with the battery life.
I am NOT happy with the camera.
I am NOT happy with how tangled in I feel by using all the proprietary stuff Apple stands for.
I am NOT happy with the less than average build quality.
I am NOT happy with it not having even the simplest MMS-program by default.
I am NOT happy with the screen-quality (Yellowish).
I am NOT happy with the price for this 3 year behind product.
In short... I regret every day except the first one I spent with it. I also regret looking/acting like a fool in the line trying to get one...
My appologies to the other phone-producers that I dissed during my wait for this worthless piece of crap. I'm now looking for alternatives (LG? Samsung? HTC) from a real producer.
One thing is that how is the internet connected? a Sim??? and can u install programs???
SMT, 18 Jul 2008iTunes itself can makes ringtone and upload to ur iPhone 3G (im talkin about the mp3 from anyw... moreyeah but it's not free to do ringtones in iTunes unless u do it the way I said!!!!!!
Is it true that if you have cold fingers or acrylic nail the touch screen won't work well?????
Man, I love my new toy! works like a dream, fits in any pocket and makes everyone jealous (although most, as with this blog, won't admit it and rather slate the product.)
If you own one and don't like it, please tell us why. If you don't own one, what the hell are you doing commenting on it?
this is more like a ermmm... was going to say media player... but with no java and bluetooth im bafed... its like a toy lol.. and it seem there just ver charging you for the stupid amounts of memory there sticking in there! pathetic apple...
To those that do not like this phone, you do not understand technology. To those that say any other user interface is better, you are extremely uneducated... And to those that say WINDOWS MOBILE IS GOOD... you shouldn't own a phone as you don't own a brain
Well, it is a very nice phone for buisness people who travel alot and need access to their emails. In my opinion it is a wonderful phone, because of its internet capabilities and downloadable apps. I have had it for a week and have no problens with it so far. I wish people would STOP complaining about the camera because HONESTLY, Ever heard of a Digital camera!!! And as for the Bluetooth file transfering, First, it is a thing that 12 year olds use at school to transfer pointless ringtones and stuff, secondly, it will almost certainly come out as an app in the app-store sometime. Same for MMS! And why OH WHY do you need MMS when you have HTML RICH emails?? Anyway.... All up a great phone from Apple... Well done 8.5 stars! =D
guys im in s.a. and using iphone and n95, nt to discriminate but n95 is the best and for touch screen- iphone does it, so i actually enjoy having 'em both.
ahm ithink this fone i also good for emos because it can store music a lot?., i will buy this phone i think?.,
i am just trying to get this phone
can u please say me is this is a cdma phone or gps phone
If your 3G iphone has access to internet and with unlimited data packet usage, this one really rocks... the best handheld device because ease of use, fast and very nice screen..
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