oh and i know your average consumer wont hack the iphone but me and msny others even those with limited knowledge know wot the iphone is capable of. NO 3rd party apps? Dude you should see my home screen. Its so packed with features most of my mstes r scared to touch it. Lol
Dude r u crazy! Just by me mentioning the certificate and selfsign you should have guessed that I hacked the n95 to death, I only choose smart phones cos I like to see what they can do. I liked my n95 its just to weak. The iPhone is awesome and very easy to hack that's why i like it, I'm counting down the days till the sdk release
Unfortunately the phone sucks. A beautiful but a shallow form. I'am bored and I have arranged to sell it. Never trust a commercial.
Does anyone else in the UK. feel a little bit as if their Jaw is perminantly dropped, now that they've found out that O2 have somehow managed to gain exclusive rights to the sale of I-phones?
Personally, i don't want an I-Phone, but is it just me?
or was that move was really below the belt.
(In a factual way, not a bashing way.. one of my numbers is with O2, i appreciate their wide network coverage.).
i have a problem with my iphone which is i can't display the messages tap (messages icon) so pls can u help me out there to fix it.
Oh also forgot in that £27.50 you get unlimited calls to any o2 number... so if you had signed up for a £45pm 18mth contract in theory your saving £318 over the 18mths which means your easierly saving the cost of the phone.
Not being bias or funny as i`ve owned many nokia mobile phones through-out the years but seriously the iphone in my opinion is in a different league. People worried about 18mth contract dont be just buy the phone for £269, pay £29 to have it unlocked then get an o2 sim on the £20 pm tariff (500 mins 500txts) add unlimited data for £7.50.. and there u go no contract and just paying £27.50 pm.
apple , atleast , should have made this phone with 3.15 mpx camera, vdo recording, caller id/photo call, no more than 110 mm length, FM radio,secondary vdo camera, auto focus with flash, card slot, etc. apple has frustrated many ppl.
is it tru that wid and iphone u must buy ringtones from apple.com and not just get ringtone from somewhere else?
side by side. a broken i phone in 1 lane and a broken n95 in the other lane. The differance is skid mark's in front of the n95!!
wait for the 2nd i phone , sure then you can spend the money again , when they should have given you everything the first time.
we all just have to wait for the 2nd gen iphone. perhaps they will going to include all the missing elements from the first one.
hey u dont make fn of nokia ,just because there fat and ugly and are weak with their battery power doesnt mean they suk thaey still have a 5 megapixel camersa which thay can take about ten photos b4 the pone dies out. all in all iphone rox
u guys guess wat im getting an iphone from my girlfriend
and so all nokia users could go kill themselvewsx wid dere heavy weight phonesss
An Os is like a language, the ancient Greek was a perfect but very complicated language and eventually disappeared, English is far more simple although not nearly as accurate, but is becoming the world standard ........
If you want to be serious it is the ease of use for the masses, this is what makes this os great, if you ere a techie you may like other os better, but they are harder to understand and use for every day's Joe.
i dnt get why everyone loves the OS.
what does it do that no other os does :S
Good news to all ATT iphone members who has a 1.1.2...Apple just add SMS FORWARD, and one one good option...
When you see companies like SAP adopting the Iphone for their new business software line, you get to understand that the Iphone is revolutionary, even without 3G or a more megapixel camera...
OSX makes the difference not specs
Fact of life :
Here is what a CONSERVATIVE german company is doing :
BOSTON- SAP has rolled out the first in a new generation of business software products that focus on ease of use, borrowing tools that have drawn hundreds of millions of users to Google.
The German company is the world's biggest maker of business management software and, while analysts generally praise its broad line of products for their deep functionality and analytical abilities, they say they are difficult to use.
SAP Vice President Ian Kimbell demonstrated the first in a new line of software dubbed SAP CRM 2007 at a conference attended by some 500 industry analysts and customers in Boston.
"It didn't look like SAP," said Daryl Ganas, director of sales and marketing operations for Intel, one of several companies that has helped SAP test the software.
"It felt and looked to me like something my sales people would use," he said in an interview
The software can be customised by each user with as much flexibility and ease as one might be able to customise an iGoogle page, or myYahoo page, officials with SAP said.
They said SAP plans to roll out versions of software other than customer relationship management, or CRM, though they declined to discuss the timetable.
SAP said that, when it starts selling the new CRM software later this month, it will make a program available that sends customer data to Apple's iPhone.
SAP is breaking with precedent by introducing versions of the new software that are compatible with the iPhone ahead of programs for mobile devices businesses traditionally use, such as Research in Motion's Blackberry, Palm's Treo and devices that run on software from Microsoft.
"The iPhone has become such a popular thing," said Bob Stutz, a SAP senior vice president who is responsible for developing customer relationship management software. "Everybody wants the ease of use of the iPhone."
The first generation of the iPhone software will load business contacts, information on sales prospects and account data onto the device, Stutz said.
Stutz said SAP decided to introduce the iPhone software ahead of programs for other devices at the request of its sales people, saying they prefer using iPhones to the other devices.
Programs for the Blackberry and other devices will ship a few weeks after the initial launch of SAP CRM 2007.