so does anyone get one of these puppies already ?? how is it ?? is it like stupid chocolate LG ??
hi i want to ask questin about iphone does it work in europe if i buy it from ebay ....
or it is maid only for US
This phone is a best elect for me , that am a computer student...
I like I phone , because is a phone that lunch 5 years sooner...!
man i hv bought dis phone .its jus a fabulous one .luvvvv dis cell ...
No 3G, Battery power keep only 8-9- hours and done..No regular Bluetooth, no MMS, No Video recording, and you have to make new 2 years contract with New sim card, and your voice mail will change to Iphone special voicemail..This is all for me problem and headache. I Return it 2nd day..But i cant say bad or good..You have to go store and ask them allot of questions before you buy..
This phone is so good I would make love to it if I could. I've tried, unsucessfully. My fiancee understands. The camera and screen are apple-worthy. Its incredibly intuitive. Its almost rediculously priced, despite how Steve Jobs breaks it down. But it performs as much as it is aesthetically pleasing.
$60 /month plan is what I pay now for my regular cell bill w/o data. Good buy overall despite any critics.
Hi,I am very interested with this mobile phone.Can some one tell about it???Does it has a good camera,is there 3G,how is the battery life and how frigile it can be.Also,how many year it can go???Thankx in advance
Well, this place used to be a good place for reviews, but h*ll with this... you guys don't know sh*t about writing a review... if you want a phone then just buy it, experience it and the write a review if you find a factory default or any dissappointments.. but without havin one!! Anyway, apple is innovative atleast in multimedia... adioz
I don't see what relevance arguing the existence of the iphone actually accomplishes!
It is a great product that is revolutionizing the way the current mobile market operates. We don't have them in Canada yet, but it is easy to see the business case develop. This phone is much more than a phone, its the beginning of a resurgence in the industry.
This is a very simple case of supply and demand on two sides. The phone and the service provider have come together to place a niche product in the hands of customers whom are frequently changing phones and service providers. They have taken the unlocking power out of the hands of code-artists by implying the possibility of re-locking via software updates. They have supported a profit system that is two-way, whereby producer and provider share profits. Thirdly, and most importantly, they have created a total product evidenced by lineups across America that people actually want.
If you are wondering if you need one, you probably don't...yet. However, this is the way the market is moving. You will own an iphone or something very similar to it someday. Stop hating on innovation (yes, it is innovation regardless of how you truly feel about the iphone &/or AT&T). It is because of visionaries, like Jobs, Gates, Rogers, etc... we even have the products we do.
Question - is this phone ONLY supported by the Serivce providers. I ean, can i buy it on my own without being subscribed to a service?
For Carlos, and others that don’t understand MMS:
An MMS is really sent to an email address–the email address of your phone. So, if you are on AT&T, for example, and want to send a picture message to a T-Mobile customer do this: Email them the message to their number followed by @tmomail.net. E.g. firstname.lastname@example.org. A T-Mobile customer, who wishes to send a MMS to a iPhone, should send the message to the user’s email address that is pushed to the iPhone. It’s just as fast as a typical MMS service. Why? Because this is what is happening anyway! So, any phone capable of sending a MMS can send one to the iPhone and visa-versa.
Somewhere is a consumer looking at the Apple iPhone in an Apple store. They have always admired this phone and wished to get one. They like the beauty and simplicity; It does what they need. Upon announcing their intention to get it, they are advised by a freind, family member, colleague, or significant other, not to get it as there are much better phones for the price. So, they are told about the 'Belchfire-2000' model with the turbo charged WiFi, 200 giga-pixel camera, DNA reader, and on-the-go breathalyzer (Oh, and yes, even a hair-dryer ;-)).
While sitting in STARBUCKS with the manual the size of War and Peace, they notice someone at an adjacent table sporting the iPhone. They look at their Belchfire-2000 and the voluminous tome of a manual and sigh; tears begin to well up in their eyes...
Get the point? If you like it, have always wanted it, get one. Don't get a phone someone else wants. It may do lots of things; but if the iPhone does what you want, then it's a good phone for you. And it is, in fact, pretty cool. And if you don't like it, you can always return it.
No matter what, none of our opinions worth a dime, cause this phone gonna go down in history as the most sort after phone
i want to make an apology to the readers 'cos the comment posted below is mine. i forgot one thing that though, this is apple's first experience in phone industry specially in smartphone, they had built really new & nice device but not totally perfect. peace
the biggest disapointment of the year; no radio, no keypad, poor camera, no flash. what a piece of crap this is
woow nerddds chill, it nly a phone nd it a ledgend phone at that. apple made it of course its gonna be great
This phone will be a big disappointment it was released ages ago and is now only making it to the uk does that not tell you any thing dont see this being a best seller for long
i thought it wud be better to take this phone, for that i waited alot but this one is something called 3rd class