nj3. people see the look's of the i phone and that's what apple want's. to attract people to it that way. then after people buy it they realize there is many thing's it can't do. i will admit it does look nice, but i also really like how the n95 look's plus i have all the feature's. you are a shareholder as you said. That's why you are defending the i phone so much. the n95 is very popular but i was not sucked into a contract when i bought it. how do you know how many people have the n95!
guys i have already the iphone for almost 3 months now.... i want to trade it in for htc tytn2... what do you advise??? should i do it or just keep my wonderful iphone??? bare in mind that i do also have N95 8Gb and motorola Z8.. please help me decide and email me what you think. thanks all
Lets be honest,,most people are putting the fone down because of its price,,lack of features and length of contract,,
Well the specs are on this forum you new what they were so how can you complain,it does not video record you new that so how can you complain you new that,,this product is overpriced your damn right about that my fairly high spec laptop was cheaper than this and these contracts get bigger here in uk 12 then 18 then 24 months.However carfone are looking to start different contract lengths,,so people are right on 2 accounts about the product,
My verdict tho it is a nice product and wat it does is special but well out of my price league
Just got a mail on my Iphone with a PDF attachment opened it right away with no particular software zoom in on it with
Fingers and read it on great display
why they do not use the N95 instead if it is so good.....
People talk and the quality of the Iphone is well appreciated
Btw writing this from the Iphone
nj3. Cell companies just use the iphone to suck people into 2 and 3 year contract's by selling it cheaper. They know enough people buy this phone that can't even compare to the quality of the n95.
Lots of Iphone now in the market "China Made" and their selling in much cheaper price. How will we know the real one.
Iphone has done really well, just think apple has only been in the phone industry for about 1 year and they have sold millions of iphones.
Try telling the people who have already got the iphone that the phone is crap, They would probably laugh at you and tell you to wake up or say stop been jealous because your not having it
Sound and the internet on the iphone work like a treat in my mind it's the best phone ever to touch this planet.
I think every person out there been negative about the phone are jealous because they simply can't afford it so all the haters out there can keep complaining because you aint having it haha.
Let's be serious if ever a super handset comes out those who can't afford it will always complain and make silly negative issues on the phone
However if you fancy a cheap h/set go for the n95 it's free on some tariffs.
I have the h/set myself but use it mainly for the tomtom in my car.
Apple have done a really good job with iphone, just watch youtube and surf the net and listen to the music on the phone you will see why the iphone is the king :-)
You are right it is not a phone but a new internet mobile device :
this is why millions were sold in such a short time and phone companies compete to get it exclusive and pay millions to Apple for traffic generated on the Iphone.
I hate Iphone, crappy confic, issues about unlocking, ugly apple os platform, no 3G, BLUETOOTH only for headset, crappy, windows mobile devices are best
eveything stunning except two things:
-must use with two hands
-text typing just like pain in the a**
announcementiphone 2 in january 2008
specs: 80gb flash memory
you can google prototype picture
you will see a black iphone 2 at apple HQ
the phone is turned(look at the icons)you can also see that the phone is smaller watch the sides to see 6mm
guyz, this is just an ipod with phone function. i rather get a nano video and nokia n82. yup separate device but they do what they do best....satisfy me! yeah!
I dont see what the fuss is about. Looks to me like a PDA with less features. Apple need to do better than that
More on the fanatics issue :
Apple has been seeing record Mac sales for quite some time now and as expected, the company’s platform has been slowly but steadily gaining market share. While the Cupertino company may only have a tiny fraction of the entire worldwide market at the moment, its growth is unparalleled.
iPods, iPhones, the ‘Get a Mac’ campaign and even the latest Mac models themselves have all generated so much buzz that Apple’s mindshare has grown dramatically over the past year. Not surprisingly, this buzz as well as the halo effect have had a major impact in attracting new business to Apple.
Research firm Net Applications reports that Apple’s global share of the personal computer market had grown to 6.6 percent in September. Considering that during the same month last year Apple had 4.7 percent, the year-over-year gain is over 40 percent. Even on a short term, Apple’s market share grew from 6.15 percent in the previous month, which would amount to a sequential gain of over 7 percent.
The growth that Apple is seeing is simply amazing, especially when taking into account the fact that Leopard is due to be released at the end of the month and many users are postponing their purchases in order to get the latest version of the operating system with their new machines.
All that market share had to come from somewhere and it is not surprising to see that Microsoft saw a decline of 3 market share points from the same month a year ago. Apple has been reporting that over half of their Mac sales are to people new to the platform, and the market share results are starting to reflect that in a big way.
The company is expected to continue to do very well in the current quarter, due both to back-to-school sales and the recently released iMac models. Some analysts are predicting that Mac sales will exceed Wall Street expectations by as much as 400,000 units, for a total of 2.35 million iMacs and MacBooks.
Apple Inc.'s share of the U.S. personal computer market for the third calendar quarter of 2007 was 8.1 percent, up from 6.2 percent during the same period one year ago, according to preliminary results released from Gartner on Wednesday.
The Cupertino-based company's U.S. Mac shipments grew 37.2 percent year-over-year -- more than twice as fast as any other manufacturer ranked in Gartner's top 5 PC vendors for the three-month period ending September -- helping it snag a spot as the No. 3 U.S. PC vendor overall.
no one needs a feature that the iphone has not..that's the point.....of a fanatic! =)hehehe
If you are unable to get all of the software available online to make Iphone the greatest portable internet device ever do not post your
inabilities on this blog, It is evident you have never used an Iphone
the does are A LOT MORE than the does not, sure it does not have a kitchen sink included, but it enables you to have internet in your pocket with a fantastic user interface that only OSX can give.