Guys, have any of you heard of the Iphone mini which is basically a mini version of the outgoing iphone. i have seen one in Thailand but could not find this product on anywhere on the apple website.
hi, boys i would like to buy iphone 3G but i want to make sure could anybody tell me if its bluetooth work with genuine car bluetooth correctly Skoda Octavia.
hi, boys i would like to buy iphone 3G but i want to make sure could anybody tell me if its bluetooth work with genuine car bluetooth correctly.
there is something missing about iphone.i don't know i used it but not contented but here in america it's the best smart phone so far.i still prefer nokia and Sony erricson over iphone
Anonymous, 12 Feb 2009I love my iphone. But I recently met someone who hated it, and I really wondered why. Turns ou... moreJust a quick clarification... I'm assuming you are refering to a 'jailbroken' iPhone.
Unlocked = Free to use with any network. For example, I bought mine here in Australia, with Optus, but because it is unlocked I can put a Vodafone SIM in if I so desired.
Jailbroken = Where one has unlocked the phone from Apple's OS. I personally don't fully know the details regarding how a jailbreak affects the iPhone, but I do know it allows one to download applications from Cydia that include video recording, MMS and other features that aren't native to the iPhone or App Store. This voids Apple warranty and should only be undertaken by someone who really knows what they are doing.
I love my iphone. But I recently met someone who hated it, and I really wondered why. Turns out, he has the unlocked version. He's not enjoying all the benefits that I am through AT&T. He pretty much use his iphone for calling, saving pics, and texting only. What a waste. That's why I always discourage those interested with the iphone, not to get the unlocked one unless they really know what they're doing. If you're not really tech savvy, I suggest you go through the official carrier, that way you enjoy everything the iphone has to offer hassle free and with security.
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Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970*Sigh* the iPhone still has one main advantage over the N97... that being, I can own it now. And if Nokia is going to continue their recent trend in handsets then the N97 will just be an epic fail as well.
And I have 16GB on my iPhone... research before you post.
well tbh ypu can get it hacked and make it better than it is...makeing mp3 tracks ringtones and changeing the menus and getting all the apps for free i thort the phone sucked the i hacked it and works a charm XD xxx
Anonymous, 11 Feb 2009Documentation???
You just touch things and see what they do, I've never needed... moreiphone 3g launch sales on opening day
nokia 5800 xpress: 1000+ sales
figures and tech specs speak for themselves
why dont they just come up with something called Apple'I-SLICE'a smaller version that has all the features and is kinda cheaper
this phone is not so bad
sorry to say this bud this is nothing compared against a htc . . .
sorry for all the i-phone lovers
i just say my opinion ;)
kevin, 11 Feb 2009where do i start with this phone ?, i have had the misfortune to have owned this 16GB i phone ... moreDocumentation???
You just touch things and see what they do, I've never needed it.
Good luck with your Nokia you can read the big fat book that it comes with to find where they've moved the things you need.
If you want the best Samsung are all over Nokia who seem to be stuck at the N95 specs.
Sir Josiah, 11 Feb 200917 million 'no threat' handsets sold in under a year. It also is changing the look of phones, ... moremms ia always an option for sending colorful pictures to those who can't access email instantly;
better quality camera can give users to choose the quality for take picture, choose lower resolution if the picture is going to be uploaded, while u can choose better resolution when the photo is for keep.
kevin, 11 Feb 2009where do i start with this phone ?, i have had the misfortune to have owned this 16GB i phone ... more17 million 'no threat' handsets sold in under a year. It also is changing the look of phones, both physically and in the OSs used. The phone that is so below market level that every new handset by Nokia is dubbed 'iPhone killer', and yet fail miserably.
No MMS is due to it being outdated and the fact that email is significantly cheaper.
The 2MP camera, as has been previously noted, is more than adequate, especially when the screen resolution is so good. Great quality pictures at a low size, perfect for email attachments and uploads to Facebook.
I believe you will find pages upon pages of documentation on the Apple website, along with video tutorials. Apple is keen on reducing their carbon footprint as their latest line of notebooks proves, so the less physical documentation, the less paper used, and the less packaging needed. (You need internet anyway to use the iPhone, so I don't see a problem)
As for the usb cord... you can always get an extension lead. They are pretty inexpensive nowadays.
where do i start with this phone ?, i have had the misfortune to have owned this 16GB i phone now for some time and all i feel i have to say about this phone is what were apple thinking of releasing this model which is underweight and poses no threat to some of the other major manufacturers of cell phones, to start there is no mms or even something as simple as setting a song from the ipod music feature is non existant and a 2 mega pixel camera, what were apple thinking of?, the usb lead for the home charger could do with being slightly longer, my biggest groan with the phone is the lack of documentation that ships with the handset, very poor i believe, on the posative side though there are endless amounts of applications that can be downloaded to the phone and the safari browser and e mail were of an above average standard. albeit it when my contract expires i will almost certainly return to nokia for my mobile telecommunication needs in the future.