my nem i sam oakes and i work in carphone warehouse. i dont usually get excited about phones but this one makes me twitch ;)
iPhone is dangerous to your brain?
Posted by Will on Saturday, November 10th, 2007 at 5:34 pm under iPhone, Apple
iPhone radiation could be dangerousRight. The iPhone could be dangerous to your brain. But then, so could any other mobile phone. And, the complete opposite could be true - we just don’t have any conclusive data one way or the other. That being said, The Register is reporting that replacement battery firm Exradia has called Apple out for ignoring “potential health issue[s]” with the iPhone. As we all know by now, the iPhone’s battery is sealed inside the handset and isn’t (easily) user replaceable. And, Exradia just launched a new line of mobile phone batteries with an integrated circuit that keeps your phone’s wireless radiation from wreaking havoc on your brain/DNA.
It looks like Exradia’s just playing up the potential danger of the radiation emitted by the iPhone to help sell a few extra batteries with integrated RF-absorbing juju. If you want to play it safe, just use a headset.
i also have no problem's with wi fi ,bg, my mp3 is also alot louder than your's with great quality. apple make's the i pod and this is the kind of music player they put in the i phone. bg, you have nothing to talk about with the i phone. that thing won't even fit into a shirt pocket it is so long and wide. my n95 fit,s in just fine. well i'am off to do some video recording of my son again with my phone! take a picture at night with the i phone, it has no flash or auto focus!!!
Today I was in a shopping mall waiting for my wife tried to get into WI FI with a Nokia E 61 impossible to do it, my Iphone went onto the WI FI network on its own, since I like to have a phone Internet device that serves me and not a device that drives me nuts without giving me the needed service i say IPHONE is the one, Nokia in the same league as PC where nothing ever works, gets viruses, drives you crazy with complicated software, but the average IDIOTSS keep on saying it is good except when they finally see you relaxed setting up and using excellent Apple products at your SERVICE !
"People, buy iphone, and if you don't like it, return it after 14 days, and go buy some other kind or brand phone..But i would say this..After couple of days, you will miss again iphone, and you will go buy again iphone..Because this phone really has a Magnetic skin, which mean, it can pull you in her body.."
Do you smoke crack?
just activated my new iphone .superb.dont be put off by n95 lot as i still have a n95 and iphone is superior.only thing is speaker used for music is quite distorted at full volume.overall 99 per cent.
dont be crazy to uy this phone its a resolution phone and limited options
People, buy iphone, and if you don't like it, return it after 14 days, and go buy some other kind or brand phone..But i would say this..After couple of days, you will miss again iphone, and you will go buy again iphone..Because this phone really has a Magnetic skin, which mean, it can pull you in her body..
Dont wait to 2nd iphone, and buy this iphone, because with this iphone you can update or upgrade all new futures and you dont need to pay 300.00 more to 2nd iphone..This is business, so they can make 300.00 more from peoples.
Apple are awesome but iphone is not very good. iphone revision 2 which will be out in autumn 2008 will be much better. I know 2 people on the iphone development team and they told me to wait for the second iphone. They said the features ready for the update will just blow everyone away.
One thing they did let slip is that the multi touch will evolve and include a sensor which reacts to how your fingers move over the screen without your skin actually coming into contact with it. So I could be moving my finger about and the iphone will sense my movement and perform an action. Think a along the lines Minority Report with Tom cruise who use those gloves to control the screens.
i phone has nothing. no camera auto focus, 2 meg not 5, no flash, no bluetooth transfer, nosms forward, no voice dialing, no navigation now that's a big one, no applying song's as ringtone's unless you pay pay pay, no video recording come on , even free cell phone's have this,150 dollar's to get it unlocked, mp3 player not very loud,phone must be sent in after a year to have the battery replaced and no sd card to take out to protect your private information, i phone is almost 1 foot in length and like 4 inches wide so don't talk about n95 being thick, no 3g, no a2dp. n95 n95 n95 has everything this i phone thing has nothing. apple of discord. even rating's on gsm arena are not as good as n95. spec's are important not sale's. apple has a big selection of phone's 1. i phone user's know it is to late to take this so called cell phone back that is why the n95 pisses them off so much. for my last word's n95!!!
to bgj7,, the little touches do help the consumer a lot, even tho they do not consider it big at the time as in this instance yesterday.. On qvc channel they had a laptop on,,yet without switching it on at all you pressed a button on the side and it lit up if you are in a wi-fi hotspot..So instead of booting up the whole laptop and finding that you cannot get a wi-fi signal just that simple switch idea can help the end user wasted time and battery.You stated about the orange aeroplane flying onto screen to show airplane mode just a litle simple extra effort makes things so much easier even tho its not the biggest invention ever
Time magazine named Iphone invention of the yuear, NOT the N95:
Stop. I mean, don't stop reading this, but stop thinking what you're about to think. Or, O.K., I'll think it for you:
The thing is hard to type on. It's too slow. It's too big. It doesn't have instant messaging. It's too expensive. (Or, no, wait, it's too cheap!) It doesn't support my work e-mail. It's locked to AT&T. Steve Jobs secretly hates puppies. And—all together now—we're sick of hearing about it! Yes, there's been a lot of hype written about the iPhone, and a lot of guff too. So much so that it seems weird to add more, after Danny Fanboy and Bobby McBlogger have had their day. But when that day is over, Apple's iPhone is still the best thing invented this year. Why? Five reasons:
1. The iPhone is pretty
Most high-tech companies don't take design seriously. They treat it as an afterthought. Window-dressing. But one of Jobs' basic insights about technology is that good design is actually as important as good technology. All the cool features in the world won't do you any good unless you can figure out how to use said features, and feel smart and attractive while doing it.
An example: look at what happens when you put the iPhone into "airplane" mode (i.e., no cell service, WiFi, etc.). A tiny little orange airplane zooms into the menu bar! Cute, you might say. But cute little touches like that are part of what makes the iPhone usable in a world of useless gadgets. It speaks your language. In the world of technology, surface really is depth.
2. It's touchy-feely
apple didn't invent the touchscreen. Apple didn't even reinvent it (Apple probably acquired its much hyped multitouch technology when it snapped up a company called Fingerworks in 2005). But Apple knew what to do with it. Apple's engineers used the touchscreen to innovate past the graphical user interface (which Apple helped pioneer with the Macintosh in the 1980s) to create a whole new kind of interface, a tactile one that gives users the illusion of actually physically manipulating data with their hands—flipping through album covers, clicking links, stretching and shrinking photographs with their fingers.
This is, as engineers say, nontrivial. It's part of a new way of relating to computers. Look at the success of the Nintendo Wii. Look at Microsoft's new Surface Computing division. Look at how Apple has propagated its touchscreen interface to the iPod line with the iPod Touch. Can it be long before we get an iMac Touch? A TouchBook? Touching is the new seeing.
3. It will make other phones better
jobs didn't write the code inside the iPhone. These days he doesn't dirty his fingers with 1's and 0's, if he ever really did. But he did negotiate the deal with AT&T to carry the iPhone. That's important: one reason so many cell phones are lame is that cell-phone-service providers hobble developers with lame rules about what they can and can't do. AT&T gave Apple unprecedented freedom to build the iPhone to its own specifications. Now other phone makers are jealous. They're demanding the same freedoms. That means better, more innovative phones for all.
4. It's not a phone, it's a platform
when apple made the iphone, it didn't throw together some cheap-o bare-bones firmware. It took OS X, its full-featured desktop operating system, and somehow squished it down to fit inside the iPhone's elegant glass-and-stainless-steel case. That makes the iPhone more than just a gadget. It's a genuine handheld, walk-around computer, the first device that really deserves the name. One of the big trends of 2007 was the idea that computing doesn't belong just in cyberspace, it needs to happen here, in the real world, where actual stuff happens. The iPhone gets applications like Google Maps out onto the street, where we really need them.
And this is just the beginning. Platforms are for building on. Last month, after a lot of throat-clearing, Apple decided to open up the iPhone, so that you—meaning people other than Apple employees—will be able to develop software for it too. Ever notice all that black blank space on the iPhone's desktop? It's about to fill up with lots of tiny, pretty, useful icons.
5. It is but the ghost of iPhones yet to come
the iphone has sold enough units—more than 1.4 million at press time—that it'll be around for a while, and with all that room to develop and its infinitely updatable, all-software interface, the iPhone is built to evolve. Look at the iPod of six years ago. That monochrome interface! That clunky touchwheel! It looks like something a caveman whittled from a piece of flint using another piece of flint. Now imagine something that's going to make the iPhone look that primitive. You'll have one in a few years. It'll be very cool. And it'll be even cheaper.
its just a pda fone...id rather get an entertainment fone and pda than the iphone...
So if the N95 can be had for free and is such a great phone there should be lines of people going for it, but it is not the case, admit that Apple has introduced a new HIGHLY successful product and people are willing to pay for it top £ $ € like it or not this is the hard evidence.
By the way I am european, slim and the five Iphones I am bringing back for my european countryman.
£269 and an 18 month contract! Do you seriously want to line Steve Jobs's already bulging pockets????
forbes magazine say's can anyone catch the cellphone giant nokia , 1 billion customer's. Nokia is also on top of the list at gsm arena with apple at the bottom. Gsm arena say's apple of discord. N95 blow's away the iphone by a million miles.
> I am bringing back five for my friends in > Europe next week, how come nobody, I mean > nobody asked me to bring back an N95, and > with the low dollar it would be VERY
> convenient to buy it here in the U.S.
Perhaps this is because in Europe many of us can get our phones for free so why ask you to buy what can be had for free? For example in the UK if you want the N95 from 02 you can get it for free on the £30 tariff. This represents a £359 saving over the iPhone over an 18 month period (£269 + £90).
The pricing above is the standard O2 pricing from their website but you can get better deals from resellers or even from O2 themselves if you talk to them. You also have the huge plus of not being stuck with only O2 as a choice of carrier and you can get different deals from different carriers and their resellers. With the iPhone it looks like the pricing is fixed until Apple say otherwise.