Anonymous, 29 Jan 2009its a fix for safari and other minor things, it also disables yellowsn0wThe baseband was updated, if you are into jailbreaking you be best off not applying the update.
Safari seems a bit snappier, especially when entering text.
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2009i'll tell you now, iphone is the end all and be all, i have refallin in love with my wonderul ... morewow really ? What r u doing here then. Apple urgently needs JailBreakers like you. Go Man Go...
Anonymous, 28 Jan 2009Its has been released but there is NO news so far it is just bugs fixis.................its a fix for safari and other minor things, it also disables yellowsn0w
i'll tell you now, iphone is the end all and be all, i have refallin in love with my wonderul iphone after jailbreaking it, i can now: mms, capture video, copy and paste, change themes and soon will be able to transfer files via BT.
to those of you who whinge: its pretty well known that these funtions were available through jailbreaking, some people just have to have faith and take a few risks to get what we want.
I'm here at dubai! i want to buy iphone and i want to use it in the philippines it it possible? can you pls help me? is this phone is good? Pls.
What is the mystery of iPhone 2,1?
iPhone 1,1 = iPhone 1st generation
iPhone 1,2 = iPhone 3G
There are strings in the latest update that mention iPhone 2,1
There are mysterious hits on websites from an iPhone 2,1
Apple must be testing a new model.
chikas, 29 Jan 2009yeah! ur right! iphone is not that good it cant forward messages,no video recording and it has... morehey loser, look under your opinion there is a code (so when you post opinions prentending to be someone else people can tell like me!) so um yeah you might wanna get on that..... drrrrrrrrrrr
Hey i get attacked for defending the iphone then i get attacked for understanding peoples opinions and comprising with there opinions how about you all get stuffed.
Anonymous, 26 Jan 2009ur a shame coz time of mms and bluetooth is gone. Have u even used iphones email client, its b... moreBut i do know how to punch boys in the face. Keep your crap opinions to yourself as im educated and i do have email on my iphone and use it very well. So get F***d. Emailing photos is a better idea.
Bebe Gandangharry Pa, 24 Jan 2009Based on my experiences with this phone, sooo nice.. i love that camera!! you can't zoom it!!!! Thats the whole reason a camera is used for you doofus for zoom. Go back to where you come from.
Why you people keep fighting and post opinions that you already know that iPhone is only for minimalist?
We know iPhone started of it all, we know it has limited features, we know its expensive, we know its better to buy Samsung Omnia and other notable units?
The answer is: there are people exaggerately follow the tradition even they know the phone they use has negative impulse.
Critically speaking, as a true iPhone killer and also to overcome all in features, Samsung made the Omnia as answer for all the questions. For minimalist: iPhone, for extremist: Omnia. Period.
orbit d2d, 28 Jan 2009Hi just want to ask if i buy this iphone 3g it will work in the philippines? im here in dubai ... moreyeah! ur right! iphone is not that good it cant forward messages,no video recording and it has only 2MP camera compared to his closest competitor Samsung omnia...
samsung omnia is better than that of iphone 3g, when it comes to camera functions omnia offered the best..even in haoffice application its like a computer type function which you can edit your files
If Nokia phones are so good why is it that THIS is the reality of life and people do not switch networks to get Nokia phones :
Fortune analyzes how the iPhone has helped drive AT&T's wireless growth:
1. AT&T has activated 4.3 million iPhone 3Gs since its launch, 1.9 million in Q4 alone -- more than double its iPhone activations one year earlier.
2. The average revenue from Phone users is 60% higher than the typical AT&T customer -- thanks to that $30 per month data fee. Their heavy use of Web services helped drive AT&T wireless data use up 51.2% year to year, which as reader Jon in Brentwood, Calif., points out is not necessarily a good thing.
3. About 40% of the iPhone activations this quarter were new AT&T customers, either buying their first cellphone or switching from another carrier.
4. The churn rate -- the percentage of customers who drop AT&T's service -- among iPhone owners is significantly lower than the rest of the network, sharply reducing marketing costs.
Overall, AT&T's wireless revenue rose 13.2% year-over-year and made up 41.4% of AT&T's total revenue, up from 37.4% in the year-ago quarter.
Hi just want to ask if i buy this iphone 3g it will work in the philippines? im here in dubai right now. They told me that it keeps on hungin and its not good phone. can u pls help me?
Sir Josiah, 28 Jan 2009Sorry, but I believe you are mistaken. You cannot delete a single SMS, only whole conversat... moreI just realized what you're trying to say. I never had a problem with how SMS deletion is set up on the iphone. That's why I missed what he was trying to refer to, which is individual SMS, not SMS events by sender. Because FYI, on the iphone, multiple text messages from one sender APPEARS AS ONE event when you view it on the main SMS page. And you can delete each SMS event one by one. So I was right. Other smartphones do not have that feature, instead, they overkill you with lines after lines for each SMS you get, instead of putting them all together in one SMS event by sender like what the iphone does. I know what I am talking about, and what I said is true, so I was not giving out false information like you said I was. Misunderstanding, yes, but I was not deliberately giving out false info. And yes, you are rude and arrogant =)
MFi, 28 Jan 2009Who that you that bluetooth is made only for transferring music? you can do many things with p... moreI don't think that BT features are useless, but, it's not that important to have for most people either. So it shouldn't really be a big deal. Why? Because there are other ways of achieving the same results. Yes, you can BT files, but you can email files as well. As for connecting to your computer, the iphone has an application called Airshare that connects to your computer wirelessly as well and even works better than BT because you can just drag and drop. The iphone also has iremote app that lets you use it as a remote control. As for BT webcam, ummmm, why would you need that when most of the laptops out there already have built-in webcams, or may already have existing webcams at home. As for presentations, I've been a professional for several years now, and honestly, I have NOT seen anyone giving presentations using their phone's BT feature, LOL. I'm saying this not because I am justifying the absence of full BT functionalities on the iphone. Of course it would be better to have all those BT functions as well, but if not, it's not a big deal either like you are trying to make it to be.