I bought the iphone recently and it works great for me! I am glad I didn't listen to all the naysayers. It is based on the needs of the buyer. All U people harping on how great the N95 is - it's also double the price of the iphone & is a bulky item with an old style to it. You can't beat the iphone on it's style, functionality and innovativeness. I recommend for anybody thinking abt buying one - go for it!
Im still waiting here in Holland for the Iphone. But if I read it and all, the phone isnt that good. Many people prefer the N95 but I hear a lot of complainments about that phone (I sell phones for my living).
So now Im thinking, is it really that bad? I hope it wont take long anymore before it comes here in Holland so I can also try it out once.
Hello to everybody!Have read to many comments and realized that one goes by his needs.This phone (iphone) can't be compared since we all have different level of demands to anything.I just purchased a Nokia E 61i and still can't let go my Nokia 6230i,cause it does the whole work for me except WLAN,and I simply love it for its classic shape.Definitly Nokia N95 is a grate phone I bought one,then again iphone is also a grate piece of device.All the best to everyone!
n95 doesn't have visual voicemail, that's cool if i phone has it, wouldn't make me switch, but it is neat.
To: nhk - Have you already tried the Wi-Fi and it works? Have you tried the Internet through available network in Bahrain? I would like to think that the real beauty of iPhone is when you are using the Wi-Fi and Internet. However, if Wi-Fi works and the unit does not lock, then to have this unit in Bahrain would be nice.
n95 8gb is very good. it is most have everything of phone technologies. but iphone also good for some person like touch screen only phone. other less n95 8gr at al.
but everything is upon us if we think we like iphone. ok we can get iphone. and like me i like iphone also but it is not enought the technologies i need so i go to n95 8gb or other to get enought technologies i want..
i want to thanks to all companies make all this products...
I got an unlocked iphone here in bahrain and i love every thing about this phone its unique in every way i've been! the crystal clear screen is simply mind-blowing! the touch-screen is so good user friendly.. only thing missing in this phone is not being able to forward msgs.. text msgs are shown in chat bubbles.. so when you receive a msg you cant forward it.. Other than that this phone is simply the best :D
If anyone has a question i'd be happy to answer :)
rxx. N95 is thick but is a well made phone. I keep mine in my shirt pocket. To other guy, people who use cell phone's do not care about market share's spec's are what are important !!!
Stop talking about the N95! This is the iphones page! sheesh.
Back to the iphone... How purty i want it for my sisters nephew. He is 4. Do you think he will like it? Im worried it will get scratched when he goes to kindy so is there a cover i can buy for it? Does it have moving screensavers? I know he will want a moving Elmo one on there Elmo is his favourite. Does it have satellite tracking by the way?
The N95 is so thick . Why would you wanna put that fat peice of plastic in your pocket
Too bad that no phone provider is paying for traffic on N95 and you can buy as many as you want, but the market ant thinking the same way....
The iphone cannot send or receive files from other brands of phones. The iphone does have alot of features and it looks amazing , it has a crystal clear screen and a 2 mp cam but cannot video record. It is unique with its touchscreen facilty but like all other phones , after a while it will seem ordinary and you will get bored. Stick to SE for mp3
iphone was tested against the N95 on the Gadget Show on UK TV and did not do very well.
Nokia was much better.
i got an unlocked one here in kuwait. its a great experience. iphone is really the best.
Keep your N95 Apple does not have enough phones to fill the market request, maybe one day it will happen for the N95 but I doubt it :
Published reports over the weekend have said the company will limit customers to purchases of two of the devices, and that they will have to use a credit or debit card to buy them.
The move is purportedly an effort to ensure that customers won't be disappointed this holiday season, though the restriction does seem to fly in the face of the notion that U.S. currency is "legal tender for all debts public and private."
Still, it's not as if there aren't millions and millions of other phones out there for credit impaired customers to buy.
I WILL STICK TO THE N95. Got an apple i-phone and it is not all that great. Got it from America thinking it would be amazing from all the ratings but was so disappointing. Its not user friendly AT ALL. So confusing to use. I put 5GB of music on the phone and it barely worked. VERY VERY SLOW.
!!!!!!!WARNING DONT BUY ONE!!!!!!!