Pierre-Louis Ricardo, 20 Apr 2009Is it easy to surf on internet using an iPhone 3G?It's very easy the browser on the iPhone is almost the same as using a computer, I'm using it now.
I spend so much time doing it I have to charge the battery twice a day!
I have four other forums open on pages in the background and I just jump between them.
just a heads up for people that are big iphone lovers, I work for one of the uk biggest indepentant mobile phone companies.
My colleague just had a customer in store, customer thinking he has the latest iphone which he purchased online from Hong Kong, it was much lighter in weight, smaller screen, quality of the screen was poor, same frame size as the iphone 3G, the ring tones are also poor quality, he came to us in help as he could put his sim card in. also says its a 3.2 mp camera.
Clear wasnt an offical apple product.
Becareful what you buy online,as this customer clearly got robbed of his money without knowing it and didnt have the heart to tell him.
The App store downloads just passed 980,000,000 not long now,1-2 days max!
Oh ok, u didnt suprised me here, im working for vodafone so i know that already Mr. Cleaver!! As far as i know iphone is locked for 02 and if u unlocked it there is some issues with it later,so if there is anyone who use it with different network pls let me know;)
what will hapen if i want to use an iphone with other network,coz im curently on vodafone and iv got an iphone from my bfriend?????
Anon, 19 Apr 2009Immitation of iPhone... yeah, because the specs are comparable =S
Not only did LG do touch sc... moreHow many did they sell, how many apps are there available
where is the app store ?????????
Immitation of iPhone... yeah, because the specs are comparable =S
Not only did LG do touch screen well before iPhone, but the actual specs of their current touch screens are far better, and they are still looking to improve > The GD900, GC900, KM900?
2 phones announced that frankly are far better than anything else on offer and 1 that's comfortably better than iPhone that's out already =P
I have purchase this phone in Friday and it is the best phone i have ever had, I absolutely love it!!!
Long life APPLE and iPHONE
yeah, think twice before saying anything. LG was the first one to release a touchscreen phone[PRADA] than Apple. stupid.
Anonymous, 19 Apr 2009I may live in a convict colony but at least we don't have three year contracts with our phone ... moreMan, is that ever funny. So what you are saying is it's better to live somewhere ridden with crime that has good cell phone plans with data then the opposite of a safe place to live with expensive cell phone plans with data???
Wireless phones replaced wired ones and the same will happen with virtual keyboards replacing mechanical ones, once you get used you never go back !
Typing on glass is the way to go, mechanical keyboards, flip out are prehistoric devices, just wait and see, anything you can do with software to replace hardware
is a clear winner, remember typewriters ??
April 14, 2009 - 12:04 A.M.
Forrester Research *gasp* recommends the iPhone for enterprise
TAGS:enterprise, forrester, Gartner, iPhone, IT Administrators, research
IT TOPICS:Business Intelligence, Emerging Technology, Enterprise Software & Services, Macintosh & Apple, Mobile & Wireless, Personal Technology, Windows & Microsoft
Forrester Research's Ted Schadler put out a report today called “Making iPhone Work In The Enterprise: Early Lessons Learned,” which chronicles three companies' experiences with integrating the iPhone into their enterprise. Kraft Foods, Oracle and Amylin Pharmaceuticals all took the plunge, and their experiences were overwhelmingly good.
So good, in fact, that Forrester opened up the report with the following:
The iPhone’s intuitive interface, superior browsing experience, and rapidly evolving developer tool kit make content-centric applications far more appealing on an iPhone than on a BlackBerry or Windows Mobile device. While BlackBerry is still the email and calendaring winner, iPhone devotees do make the shift to typing on glass.”
They follow with a list of reasons that IT management should consider the iPhone.
Employees like them. “In this era of Technology Populism, where consumer IT is often better than enterprise IT, it sometimes just makes sense to give employees the freedom to choose the tools they want.”
They make mobile collaboration easier. “As anybody with experience on both iPhones and BlackBerry will tell you, the Internet feels natural on an iPhone and a like a chore on a BlackBerry.”
iPhone users need less hand-holding. “All three firms have set up wikis so that employees can support each other. ‘Our early adopters sometimes teach things we’d rather our iPhone users not know, but overall they provide better support than we can,’ said one person we interviewed.”
They can be cheaper in the long run. “In at least one case, an iPhone adopter found that the data plans for previous mobile devices were more expensive than the consumer plans AT&T is offering for iPhones. This company was able to reset its baseline plan pricing 30% lower for all phones because it supported iPhone.”