hmm can the Iphone be used in Asia ? I mean does it support the GSM network?
It’s also the best phone that anybody has ever made,” says Lev Gossman (Time). “The user interface,” Grossman marvels, “is crammed with smart little touches — every moment of user interaction has been quietly stage-managed and orchestrated, with such overwhelming attention to detail that when the history of digital interface design is written, whoever managed this project at Apple will be hailed as a Michelangelo, and the iPhone his or her Sistine Chapel.”
It only took two minues (at the most) to get the iPhone to use the wireless WiFi on my Apple Powerbook. Got to love it! :-)
Used it today at a café with free WiFi. Connected immediately! Got to love that too!
Leo Laporte, one of the most respected tech experts for the PC and Macintosh in the US, has said he was cynical about the hype of the iPhone before it came out. But once he used it, he says it's great and Apple has delivered as promised. He gives it a high rating.
So, go to:
You can learn what he advises on his national radio show and television programs with regards to PCs and Macs.
Don't by the phone in eBay at high prices. The guys on eBay are selling phones like a scalper sells tickets. The phones are available at Apple and AT&T:
The SIM Card will come out and can be changed.
And, there is inscurance for the phone.
It will send and receive MMS. You have to understand what they really are. Contact either T-Mobile or AT&T for GSM instructions on MMS.
Don't listen to the lies about the iPhone. It's a nice phone and will do many things people are saying it won't!
sure you can use the phone in Canada, as long as you don't mind paying for roaming. I heard Rogers will be carrying it in the near future, so you should probably wait.
I have to agree with a few of you that this has to be by far one of the best phone I have used thus far. It is completely intuitive and no need for a instruction.
u said some of features will not available if use iphone with other SIM cards than AT&T.
1- The Apple stuff theirselves told that to u?
2- What r these exact features?
I have owned the treo 750, the nokia n95 and other smartphones and the iphone beats them all easily. It is super easy to use and not as expensive as the n95. It was worth buying it, even if a better version comes out soon.
the iphone for me is still premature...id say hold on til apple release their next version of the iphone....
apple is such a clever company... they just want you to buy the iphone then if they think its no longer selling, they would release the updated version- a better 1..just like with my experience with ipods,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, i bought ipod mini thinking, ipod mini wud b the smallest they can get an mp3 can be, then afterwards releasing the nano which is smaller! so i got to buy again....
SO GUYS THINK ABOUT IT before you buy.
hi ya, live in south africa, wanna know if i can use the phone here, wanna order it so bad, gotta love the phone. plse refer to my name (vortex) when aswering tks
the apple iPhone is no where near as the nokia n95 the bluetooth only supports headset interaction its way overpriced it has an obismal 2 megapixel camera which is now pretty standard plus it has no GPS and also no 3g let alone the HSDPA broadband the n95 has software issues but the new nokia n95 tvedition will has all problems resolved
Also, to add to the post below. I urge all interested to get the iPhone and play with it. You have 14 days to return the phone to the store and cancel 2 year agreement with AT&T. You will be charged 10% restocking fee, so it will cost you $50 or $60 depending on the version you get. I think it is fare price to be able to play with it for 2 weeks.
I have purchased iPhone on its second day of release, so by now had played with it for a while. This is the best mobile phone I have ever had. The ability to look at web pages the way they intended to be, with zoom in and out is unprecedented. Also having 3.5 inch screen in your pocket to watch any movies is phenomenal considering this is the same device from which phone calls are made. Yahoo, Gmail … works great.
There is an issue with setting up exchange for corporate servers, but I think it will be solved within a year, and then this “toy” will become heavily used by business. All my coworkers said they would give up blackberry in a heartbeat the moment iPhone would work with corporate e-mail servers.
It is thin enough to carry in a pocket along with wallet.
Yes, it has shortcoming such as, 2mp camera, no video camera, edge (which works very decently, to my surprise), no games, no IM.
But all these shortcomings will be taken care in the near future. Meanwhile, I am totally enjoying the phone.