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Gresso-designed iPhone 4 is a joy to behold

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Gresso-designed  iPhone 4 is a joy to behold - read the full textSure, the Apple iPhone 4 is stylish on its own with its glass-coated body, metal frame and slim profile, but it still doesn't come anywhere near the Gresso limited edition version. Available in a couple of styles (for men and for women) the Gresso-redesigned iPhone 4 costs between 3000 and 3500 US...


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I hate it when people brag about their phones. All I hear is "better this" or "better that".. All that matters is, I'm NOT DUMB enough to buy ANY phone that has serious signal problems. It's a DUMB and SMART situation. What's it gonna be?! Btw, Apple have NO plans on recalling the IP4 based on the statements they have released on their website.

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  • 2010-07-04 06:41
  • 9x71

> In reply to [deleted post]It's your PC that gives of the "IP" signature on GSMarena, not your you network or Wifi, hence the PC signature. I can empty cache my PC and scramble the signature to give of a completely diffrent signature from the same network. This signature on GSM has nothing to do with what IP adress you have, it's local network you are apart of inside the same house

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  • 2010-07-01 16:15
  • M8Tu

> In reply to suvdaguv @ 2010-07-01 15:20 from m55V - click to readAre you kidding or are just that daft? Don't tell me you just drew a comparison to Lamborghini and BMW employees with Nokia employees?

Nokia makes on average 400 handsets which all official Nokia employees gets as work and promotional, do you really think Lamborgini give all their 2000 a month emplyoees 300 000 cars as workbenefits? Really mate?

Did the repair centre do a IQ test before they offered you a job or are you just that uneducated that it's scary?

Whether you are certified by Nokia as a repairman or not has nothing to with my comment and answer. It still dosen't change the fact the you are not a official Nokia employee and do not work at Nokia Care Centre. What part of the clear red line of subject in the conversation did you not follow?

Before a answered yoyur first comment you made it sound like you work at a Nokia Care Centre and use an iPhone 4, which would have been total bull lie.

Go back to highschool, learn how to comprehend the English language, boost you IQ and then come back when can follow the little dot in front of you in better way so you don't need to stray of the subject of matter when talking.

The IQ boost might also help you not to answer you ypur own comments and give yourself kudos cause everey can see from your PC signature you are the same person i case you didn't know.

And please, no more daft comparisons like Lamborgini and Nokia, thaa was just plain scary for someone who is supposedley a sane person walking around in society.

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  • 2010-07-01 15:48
  • M8Tu

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2010-07-01 11:27 from M8Tu - click to readAs a fully accredited Nokia engineer (accredited by Nokia themsleves I might add) I think I have every right to voice my opinion on Nokia's bad attempts to regain the mobile market. They may sell a lot but they're no Apple or BlackBerry and they're even miles off HTC who are closing in. Its upto the user what phone they have, not their company. Dya think all Lamborghini or BMW employees have Murcielago's or 5 series? Some may lease them from the manufacturer but not many buy them! I for one wont be having a Nokia anytime soon. Its obvious you are a wannabe who has no clue so I'm going to leave you to think about your life as I continue to repair N900's and N97's etc as it seems you need to try and belittle people to make yourself feel good. Goodluck with that diiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn!

Goodbye (don't expect a reply as I'm not goin to play your games little boy)

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  • 2010-07-01 15:20
  • m55V

got an iphone4 day one no issues with mine so far

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  • 2010-07-01 14:47
  • 3AxW

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2010-06-30 07:43 from q$X} - click to readand even though the phone lacks all that still they sell millions and customers come in asking for the iphone4 more than any handset, hmmmm how do you feel?

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  • 2010-07-01 14:45
  • 3AxW

> In reply to suvdaguv @ 2010-07-01 10:19 from m55V - click to readNow you are talking about a simple Nokia affiliated repair shop, not an actual Nokia Care & Repair Centre, there is a big difference.

Maybe you should visit an actual Nokia Care Centre before you tell people you work for one. Seeing as you say that work you in a phoneshop you should know the difference.

If i wouldn't have replied to your comment people would think you were a official Nokia employee running around with a no reception yellow spot screen iPhone 4.

Next time, do it right or not at all.

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  • 2010-07-01 11:27
  • M8Tu

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2010-07-01 00:55 from M8Tu - click to readI do work for a nokia repair centre actually. If you were so on the ball (which you obviously think you are but clearly are not) then you would know that nokia have many of their repair centres within other phone shops located all over the uk (not sure if its the same for other countries) so that customers get handsets repaired in a quicker turnaround just like apple. therefore as we are a just a phone shop selling many other branded phones and only repairing nokias, we do not have to use nokias! Everyone with our business uses iPhones or Blackberry handsets. Not one person within our 19 staffed business uses a nokia.

Don't get me wrong, i see your point! People in the apple shop will have iPhones and so on but i do not work for nokia, i work alongside nokia.

A bit of advice, when you think you know something but actually dont, dont go running your mouth off!!!

Goodluck for the next time you try to belittle someone, it might work next time?

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  • 2010-07-01 10:19
  • m55V

So we´re now killing 200-year-old trees to put some "style" on these phones, nice.

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  • 2010-07-01 03:35
  • LE5B

Don't go to iPhone or nokia...
They're suck!
Better sony ericsson, lg, or samsung...
But, N8 is a good try with USB-on-the-Go...
Thats feature is what i waiting for a long time...

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  • 2010-07-01 01:47
  • tDMx

> In reply to suvdaguv @ 2010-06-30 18:07 from m55V - click to readYou don't work in Nokia repair centre, you don't to lie in order to try to prove something. Yeah, and i work in Mobile Repair centre where 9/10 faulty phone are iPhones. Wll actually i don't but see how easy it is to just say something?

If you work in a Nokia repair centre then you would know that you are not allowed to use iPhone or any other phone, i know that as a fact that Nokia policy is that repair centre personel use Nokias to set a good example for customers.

Wouldn't it be funny if you went to a Apple repair centre to fix your troubled iPhone and the repair personel where using HTC phones? That would really be setting a bas example for Apple products, the least. Now you see how dumb it sounds?

Stop lying and just say Nokia N900 is faulty, that's it. Stop being poesers and pretenders cuase ver few people actually buy tha that bullcr*p some of you write.


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  • 2010-07-01 00:55
  • M8Tu

I love how this company stole my picture.

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  • 2010-06-30 19:47
  • 43n1

we all respect to apple fans which i am one of them, i bought the iphone 4 the day it was relised. i can see the bar signal going down once i cover the bottom left side with my hand, it's not acceptable for a respectfull company like apple to bring out it's advisor to tell the users "simply don't hold it from there and i advise to use a case".. that is really bad.. we have to admit as fans that it is a killing failure in this model, specially that iphone in general have lower signal recieving comparing to NOKIA (i use both) and that from my own experience. apple dissapointed me , i paid UK 600 Pounds for iphone4

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  • 2010-06-30 19:31
  • 3x8c

> In reply to suvdaguv @ 2010-06-30 18:07 from m55V - click to readi never said the n900 had no issues. yes the n900 has many issues just like many other phones. but my main point in the previous post was to point out that the iphone4 can't be held normally like us normal people would. i have an iphone3gs and n900 by the way so don't think im a fan boy of any company.

i just give credit to great technology, and this antenna problem is a major issue. instead of admitting to the problem, they come back and blame the customer for holding it wrong? tell me how should we hold it? since you've had no problems you've must've been holding it right....or are you?

apple needs to release a how to guide on how to hold your iphone4 the apple way.

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  • 2010-06-30 19:19
  • 40L}

> In reply to iphone4designflaw @ 2010-06-30 17:52 from 40L} - click to readi tell u something mate, i work in a nokia repair centre and the n900 is above the 5800 and the n97 in terms of faults and issues with the device. its a terrible phone. the iphone4 has some flaws as do every other phone, they're just not as documented as Apple as they are not big enough brands! Touch wood, i have not had one fault with my iphone 4 and if i do so what, all phones have problems!

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  • 2010-06-30 18:07
  • m55V

first of all n900 is the best, and iphone4 sucks. why? well the only way you can use the phone is by not holding it the way normal people would hold it. but no matter what we say here, apple and apple fan boys will defend it and say we are holding it wrong, LOL, fan boys are funny. the only way to use your iphone is by bluetooth or speakerphone since us normal people can't hold it. the new ad for iphone4 should be (can't touch this, unless your an apple fanboy)..... funny how apple is currently looking for antenna engineers lol i wonder why... it looks me to that apple focused more on the design, than usability of the design. apple phrase of the day: "it doesn't matter if it doesn't work, it looks good"

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  • 2010-06-30 17:52
  • 40L}

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2010-06-30 13:44 from q$X} - click to readAs I said I "scanned" through it. I personally do not have the time to sit here and read all that, as for writing it well they must have a lot of time on their hands.

I have had the iPhone 4 since the launch day and it is immense.

It works for what I want it to do and I have so far not had any issues with it, its an amazing product!

Why are so many iPhone haters on the iPhone pages?

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  • 2010-06-30 14:35
  • m55V

to be honest if this phone came out a yr ago on a normal price plan and not the price iphones r comin out with then i would of got it, but its now a yr on since features like, so called 720p etc.. came out, so come on ppl ur not tryin other phones out, and u should coz theres many phones wat dont have the apple logo what kicks any iphone and always will do.

most ppl dont know anything about mobile phones and get the iphone purley coz its cool and they feel they look good, well wen i see one of my mates with one im like, y did u get that its shite and they respond to dnt i know it, for the cash its a knock.
most ppl i know who has a iphone dont no about mobile phones, so this is where apples promotion team come in handy, by tellin them iphone is the fone to have and havin such a good support team is the main thing.

so even iphone users r complainin that iphones aint so great.

u see most iphones wen ya on the london tube or trains, and thats because most of them ppl work up the city and again is gettin the iphone, just to look good,

when i show someone my i8910 my friends r like, can ur phone do this and they will show me something, n im like yeh my fone can do that and more and my fone is a yr old haha.

so ppl if u like the iphone coz u feel u would look good then go ahead and spend ur hard earnin cash of this shite thing.

and for u rich boy, get alife mate, anyone can afford this iphone, u dont have to be rich to get any iphone or any mobile.

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  • 2010-06-30 14:20
  • n5Pn

> In reply to suvdaguv @ 2010-06-30 11:37 from m55V - click to readAnd the handwriting issue is the only thing disturbing you? Because ya know there's apps for that and people seem to want it.

There's no apps for the rest of the flaws on the other hand.

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  • 2010-06-30 13:44
  • q$X}

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2010-06-29 18:04 from YT8p - click to readyeah right, man its a phone not a 1980s radio that wants to to keep the hands of the antenna, i am an iphone user but this is just PATHETIC, it should be held in way people want and not decided by apple what way to hold the phone, people and apple just wont admit that its a huge flaw in their so called "MAGICAL" engineering..

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  • 2010-06-30 12:08
  • upqI

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