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Bricked, 12 Apr 2010 "Current iphone owners have likely, like me, bought one because the support is the best ... moreWhen you own a huge ammount of servers like apple, it's a piece of cake to influence results in google:
The support with apple is neither better nor worse, they simply advertise a LOT!
Google for iPhone issues, iPhone battery, iPhone etc... see if you will find anything of the above.
Unless you own an iPhone and know where to look it's impossible to get a straight opinion about pros & cons.
Anonymous, 12 Apr 2010Dude, what build quality? http://www.engadget.com/2008/07/30/are-iphone-3gs-cracking/ Free... more "Current iphone owners have likely, like me, bought one because the support is the best in the world. I've not heard ONE argument against that. "
Bricked, 12 Apr 2010http://reviews.cnet.com/smartphones/apple-iphone-3gs-16gb/4505-6452_7-33674172.html?tag=mncol;... moreDude, what build quality?
Free gifts at Christmas? Dude! that's cheap junk...
Have you ever wondered why people mock you?
Seriously, how can a smart man fall for cheap junk? the stuff you get for free is free for anyone else, apple only puts it on a silver platter because they squeeze ~1000 bucks out of you!
Anonymous, 12 Apr 2010This is the best one: http://crave.cnet.co.uk/mobiles/0,39029453,49303754,00.htm
Probably a... morehttp://reviews.cnet.com/smartp...ag=mncol;lst
Not a bad review actually, thanks for pointing that out.
That's a weak argument I'm afraid, another geek using Nokia's multi format sales and comparing it to one devices.
It's just not worth arguing, as people here don't get it. Current iphone owners have likely, like me, bought one because the support is the best in the world. I've not heard ONE argument against that. More apps, more updates, Free movies, Tv Shows games and apps given away at Christmas, I mean, that, plus the old Apple strategy of making things work WELL. Compare an iphone user to a N97 user, who has rare updates, poor build quality (scratched camera lens) and then has to watch as Nokia announces the N97 mini just a couple of months after the "beta version" is released? No wonder people are buying Apple.
It's a smart move, and guess what? When their contract is up, they might buy something different.
Bricked, 12 Apr 2010Yeah, the iphone was only reviewed and won all those awards from 10 year old gadget magazine p... moreThis is the best one: http://crave.cnet.co.uk/mobile...03754,00.htm
Probably apple was late in bribing Cnet.
Too bad that with all that advertising nokia has sold five times more devices in the 4th quarter than apple in the whole year:
Won't even mention samsung that almost overtook nokia.
The internet is a big place you should learn to see through apple's lies and fake advertising:
Watch the video if you don't believe me.
It's For kids, 12 Apr 2010Iphone = toy first, 'almost smartphone' second. Yeah, the iphone was only reviewed and won all those awards from 10 year old gadget magazine publishers.
nippon, 12 Apr 2010hey just wanna ask something, how does multitasking work with youtube on the iphone, for eg.if... moreNot yet, developers have to code multitasking separatley into their apps.
hey just wanna ask something, how does multitasking work with youtube on the iphone, for eg.if i'm streaming a vid on youtube then i get a push notification from an IM app like beejive.If i were to view that IM then would the youtube video keep streaming or would it pause?..and another thing , youtube videos is only viewed in landscape mode so so would you bring up the 'multitasking dock' ?..or maybe apple might change the way push notifications works with os4?..i'm a little confused actually so can you demo a video with iphone OS4 running youtube and then multitask?..plz reply man, your demo was kool
Anonymous, 12 Apr 2010Lol,
best for listening to music maybe, but email, don't make me laugh there is only one ph... moreWhy don't you go open a Gmail account on your Blackberry.
Oh, that's right you can't.
Why don't I send you a 5MB email attachment from my iPhone.
Oh, that's right a Blackberry has a limit of 4MB for emails.
Why don't you set up Gmail as an exchange account with email, contact and calendar sync.
Oh, that's right Google doesn't support doing that with Blackberry.
The only reason Blackberry are so successful is that they can be locked down by corporate owners so that everything users do can be controlled.
Anonymous, 11 Apr 2010If you look on this page, the iPhone stories have almost a thousand comments.
It shows just... morewell, depends what you mean as "smartphone market".
iPhone and other Apple products are sold because they are "cool" and people think that buying apple product will make them "cool" as well. However the truth is different - pretending to be "cool" is quite ridiculous, for 3rd party spectators (like me).
Besides classic smartphones are used as universal communicators - to make calls (mostly voice), to connect to internet by all means nescessary, to connect to corporate network and exchange files, and also to receive and send e-mails.
I have been in several hi-tech companies and can tell you that Symbian, WinMo and Blackberries _Dominate_ market.
iPhone for me remains ipod with bigger display, memory and gsm/umts/cdma connectivity. And I suppose that was Apple initial idea about that device.
secouric, 09 Apr 2010Another fine example of Apple leading the world in technological advancement.Pfft....do you live under a rock? Or does the iphone come with iblinkers?? Apples been ripping other people off, I wonder if nokia,android,RIM and Bada OS will be filing patent infringement suits??
And so 'apple stockholm syndrome' continues...you have been mr.jobs b**** for a few years now, he's taken the blindfold off now, and the handcuffs.you still have the leg irons and have to pee in a corner. I pity you strange folk.
Ajmal khan, 11 Apr 2010To me apple phones are best only for using email and surfing web...
best for listening to music maybe, but email, don't make me laugh there is only one phone when it comes to email and you won't get any better than a Blackberry.