Well chrissy i've never had my n95 in for repair and i've had it for a year!!
for everybody who don`t know: iphone support A2DP. i use PLANTRONICS PULSAR 260 BLUETOOTH HEADPHONES,for them you must have a2dp option and a paired my iphone with them, they working very well...
I sell phones and have great enjoyment in telling people about all the horror stories about the n95 and telling them that the best phone on the market for general sale at this moment in time is the iphone, its not speculation its fact, i can ask anyone in this store or our other 3 stores in the city and they will agree 9 times out of 10.
The n95 (original) was a god awful phone......we have one customer who has had twelve replacements as they keep going wrong, not one fault many faults.....how many replacements before this guy bites the bullet and gets a decent phone.
I cant say the n95 doesnt have features as it does but its pointless ramming a phone with quality features if its in for repair for 6 months of the year.
I had the n95 before i upgraded to the iphone, the n95 was the worst phone i have ever had, its a joke. rubbish battery life and a sucky OS. the iphone is the only phone i have ever had that i can happily say there is no other phone in the world i would rather have than the iphone.
Please note that the iphone has
"Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate) was introduced with a different encoding scheme that increased the data rate to 3 Mbps"
This shows that the phone is able to send data via bluetooth, which it will do as soon as apple can clear copyright laws for music transfer.
The iphone will also now include the bbc iplayer in update 1.1.4 with will give OD tv on your iphone! NO other phone can do that!
People who can afford an iphone need to get of this forum and get back to the n95 forum.
I like my iphone so much it has converted me from windows to mac so i am going to sell my vaio and get a macbook, its just so much more clever, just like the iphone. regards
this phone is the most overrated peice of kit ever released. its a poor phone, and a poor ipod. and an even poorer camera, so frankly its a failure.
its over priced and the only in your face nice feature is a touch screen and decent memory. i have an ipod as a music player, i have a n95 8gb as my phone that does everything, the 8gb memory is a bonus and not needed, the high ram is a nice bonus also.
i have nothing against people who love this phone but everything it does has and can be done much better. the n95 for example is not perfect but smashes the iphone in every respect as a phone and what a phone is suppose to do. very dissapointed in iphone, too gimicky and as a result lacks any amazing features
I am really to intrusted to buy this, but what really concerns me is the absence of GPS, can GPS be installed in this from outside sources.Will this hanset support this.
Thanking you for the same...
I absolutely love the design of this phone! You can walk up pull out your iPhone and get looks of envy. Everyone knows Apple, they're just going to keep getting bigger, and they know that. I would like to see more phones from Apple. Slow down on the iPods... lets see the Phones!
I can receive e-mails without being in an edge area, i havent actually been able to get an edge coverage in my area (plymouth) since getting the phone.
This does however cause problems with youtube as this DOES need an edge connection.
if this is intended to be used for some business purposes then its just crap. i mean the web browser doesnt support flash (LOL?)
the emails come in via edge? (in the UK thats like 30% coverage as most of it is 3G).
i do complain but i just want one for some reason
I can see the code, but that happens to be cause we are on the same computer network for the same company you dum sh*t
You are a Blackberry lover, in less than 1500 words tell me the differences, advantages and disadvantages of a blackberry as opposed to an iphone.....
Does the 16gb iphone have any new features from the 8gb one (other than the memory size)
hi mr ahmad
it's very easy to install software. u must be connected to internet via ur phone network or wi-fi. if it is so, proceed as under
1. tap installer.
2. tap install, or if u r doing for first , tap source and then refresh at the left top corner.
3. after refreshing, tap install at the left bottom.
4. find a lot of software, choose one and tap install at the right top corner.
care: dont upgrade ur phone from here, it will lock again. cheers
Networks have always had the ability to unlock phones and in the UK especially when a contract runs out the network (excepting 3) will normally allow a customer to unlock a phone, even help them to do it as after a contract a customer isnt tied to that network anymore.
How this will figure with the iphone is a different story as it appears when you upgrade the phone on itunes it re-locks the handset. So our customer rights seem to be violated.
Anyway back to the gist of this post, the network has the ability to unlock the phones and if AT&T have an abundance of iphones, too many to sell, then it wouldnt suprise me if they try to get something back for them by unlocking and selling.
From some source had told me that AT&T has a back door for selling unlock iPhone that is already been simm lock free. Due to over stock, AT&T can not sell out all of their Iphone. AT&T is responsible of masses iPhone that is been sold in black market today.
No individual person can buy masses sealed Iphone with newly firmware updated and unlock.
AT&T has the right of what they want to do with the iPhone. Unlock or not unlock.