iphone is the next generation ... as for the rest of the phones steve jobes describes them very well
"The products suck! There's no sex in them anymore!" ...
take a second and think about that
To let everyone know about the iphone battery,
The battery is this device is soldered on the device and cannot be removed or changed by the owner. You have to send it to Apple and have them replace the battery for you. To replace the battery costs $79 plus $6.99 for shipping. and will take 3 business days to do it. Also, Apple will offer a loaner iphone for $2.99 while yours is at the shop.
so, who needs anymore card-slot, if the memory of tis phone reaches to 8G???what phone in the world have a 8G memory card?iphone supports java or other application...and it's a fancy phone as well.more good looking than Prada & Co.and the OS X is simply amazig...
It is an iPod with phone features slapped onto it with few other nice amenities; like video being the amenity in the 5th gen iPod.
But i'll wait for the 6th gen iPod.
jozefe bergomi: No it wont. It is SIM-locked to the AT&T/Cingular network. So the security needs to be cracked first and it is not (yet).
hi there ,if you buy a iphone in US and bring it to japan,it will works there, all you must do is register it in japan,in some country the registeration is free but in other you must pay for it,the mony that you pay is very low,so no prob ,yu should go for it!
This is Apple's first try! It's a very good first try (in my opinion). There are other phones with more features. But none had a start like this. And, most copied each other.
I keep seeing post that request a GSM Arena review. Hmm, there are many honest reviews on the Internet that I've read. Also, GSM Arena will have to test it in the US and only with AT&T.
I have a Blackberry 8800 with T-Mobile. It works without failure.
I just got the iPhone (Could not help myself :-)) The signal is clear and load in my area, just as good as any other phone I've used with GSM. A bit over priced; but remember a 8GB Nano is 250.00; and the price has remained the same. So, I don't expect Apple to lower the price of the iPhone for a while.
Purchasers, go to an AT&T store and get a pre-approved code.
if you have a Macintosh, an Apple I.D., and a .Mac accont...it takes about five-minutes to activate.
My iPhone is sending e-mails to and from without any error. SMS are working perfect. And, since it has an e-address, it can receive a MMS from T-Mobile or Verison; don't know about Sprint.
To prolong batter life, push the standby button after use -- turn the screen off.
People asking questions: Go to apple.com and watch the 20 minute video; or download the pdf manual from AT&T. It's all there.
This is a big screen iPod with mediocre "smartphone" functions... Good attempt but I'll wait for the next iPhone versions... I don't like this.
for a phone to be charged at that amount you think it would be 3g compatible. i think its stylish but nothing special regarding the features.. check out the W880 or K800 s/e can not go wrong
so finelly most anticipated iphone is arrived.Apple is a pioneer to make a ipod,no dought about that,but when the thing is comeing on to make a good well balanced phone,apple is failed here.big size,no keypad,worst camera,no video recording,no irda(not bothered),no hscda,no 3g,its worth buying this phone?.
It's an amature phone. If it wasn't apple they wouldn't have sold 750 thousand copies in 2 days.
for that price i ll never buy it you cant even send a sound file via bluetooth . for half of the price iyou will get a phone with much more features
hey, dude, iphone is the best phone i have ever used. its functionality is great. Safari which functions the same as internet explorer works great, it is intelligent, reactive and smart. Besides, i phone is an icon and it definitely will be the revolutionary. future is iphone!