Allan, 25 Apr 2009Apple should be ashamed of themselves that an app promoting violence against kids was ever app... moreSo what, people complained Apple withdrew it, there's over 35,000 applications these things happen.
Storm in a teacup from a bunch of wowsers, who probably want to ban GTA too.
Anonymous, 24 Apr 2009But its selling better than any other crap "smartphones "Apple should be ashamed of themselves that an app promoting violence against kids was ever approved. Apple messed up but thankfully, they said they were sorry. How many people have the game? It's all in the name of money!
Anonymous, 24 Apr 2009Does the iphone 3g get the e-mails live, i mean that when you receive an e-mail do you get it ... moreYes, if you use exchange or MobileMe though it does chew through a lot of data.
Anonymous, 24 Apr 2009But its selling better than any other crap "smartphones "Does the iphone 3g get the e-mails live, i mean that when you receive an e-mail do you get it on the phone instantly?
When is iphone V3 going to come out. I hpoe they will finally add video calling, 3.2/5 mp camera and unlock it to all providers instead of O2, THEN I'LL BUY IT, therwise i'll go for the Samsung OMNIA HD
apple sue palm pre, elan sue apple for patent infringement! funny:)
Remember all the fun everyone had watching Palm and Apple's legal wordplay regarding multitouch patents? If you missed it, Apple delivered a very thinly veiled threat to Palm, flouting how it had touch-sensitive intellectual rights up the wazoo to protect itself from the competition. Apple, though, may be due for a heaping helping of humble pie, as it's now on the receiving end of a lawsuit from Elan Microelectronics claiming infringement on two patents -- both involving multitouch. Elan, best known for its keypads found in Eee PCs everywhere (along with some other diversions), won a court injunction against Synaptics for infringement on one of those patents, and seems like it may actually have a shot of shaking down the house of Jobs. It's also seeking an injunction against Apple to prevent it from selling the MacBook, iPhone, and iPod Touch until everything gets legally sorted. That seems like a long-shot, but anything could happen. Oh, and Palm corporate officers, try not to look too giddy today, yea
this phone is really bad ive had and im so over it
even a little 13 y/o boy had it its a childs toy not professional phone
freezes if theres too much data
it restarts all the time
no sms forwarding so youd have to retype the message you want to give to the other person
no 3g video calling i dont get it hows it a 3g phone if theres no 3g video compatibility
no video camera so you cant record you kids first pony ride
i had this phone no lie im being serious and i got over for now its fun but in 5/6 months youll get over it i assure you.
Dg, 24 Apr 2009Haha iphone battery become worse each day, and yoi need expert to change it, they will scratch... morewe chenge the handset if u facing a battery prob and one more thing we have sold some where abround 500 iphone 3g only we get 1 customer who is facing a battery issue and one more thing if u keep the bright ness less u will ger a good batery pack up
therock, 24 Apr 2009uhhhhhhh...symbian phones are not limited to one website to download applications unlike the i... moreI wonder how Nokia will get people to use the Ovi store?
Build it and they will come...
...to pay money to Nokia?
If they don't, it will fail.
Haha iphone battery become worse each day, and yoi need expert to change it, they will scratch your phone! D
Nokia users just go to shop and buy battery, replace the old one, simple!!!!
Anonymous, 24 Apr 2009See what people prefer WITHOUT swappable battery : Apple sells its one billionth iPhone app... moreuhhhhhhh...symbian phones are not limited to one website to download applications unlike the iphone (apple store only).
Anonymous, 24 Apr 2009I prefer a phone that doesn't fly apart when you drop it.
I prefer pulling my back up batte... moreSee what people prefer WITHOUT swappable battery :
Apple sells its one billionth iPhone app
Posted on Apr 23, 2009 11:03 pm by Jim Dalrymple, Macworld.com
Nine months after opening its App Store, Apple announced on its Web site that it reached the milestone of selling its one billionth iPhone application on Thursday
TRY THAT Symbian !
Anonymous, 24 Apr 2009I prefer a phone that allows the user to change batteries. You can all pretend that your iphon... moreI prefer a phone that doesn't fly apart when you drop it.
I prefer pulling my back up battery from my pocket and plugging it in without switching my phone off.
People prefer different things, be happy with whatever you choose.
I prefer a phone that allows the user to change batteries. You can all pretend that your iphone is the greatest.
h_edged, 23 Apr 2009For those who thought that this toy 'overcapable' of doing many..many things then just list it... moreThe thing is the iPhone gives you that choice. I have apps that I actively use for work, as well as games that I play on the bus. If you don't want to play games, don't buy them.
Don't forget the fact that I have them all backed up on iTunes, so I can only have games on it one day, a quick sync and only have productivity apps the next.