Has anyone got Tap Tap Revenge, Nine Inch Nails version?
It looks ok but you have to pay for it, not like the free versions.
Trent Reznor picked the songs.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970yea buddy i got whithout contract
i bought with optus prepaid iphone 3G in australia
try to go to hongkong,singapore, italy or a new zeland to buy Factory Unlock and non contract iphone 3G but its cost you a lot of money.... A LOT MAN
I.H, 31 Oct 2008Can anybody tell me how the battery life of the IPhone is and if its easy to text. I really am... morei own that phone
and that battrey is sux man, hardcore user need to recharge the battrey everyday for me every 2 days
I had a look at the iPhone 3G, and found out that the Safari web Browser (as well as the iPod touch)does not have Adobe Flash.
Anonymous, 01 Nov 2008iPhone 2.0 SDK: The No Multitasking Myth
March 13th, 2008
Daniel Eran Dilger
Certain pu... moreI think he means applications requiring a task manager to exit from so you don't keep running up a phone bill, by using data in the background without being aware of it.
I like the way I can leave 4 or 5 pages open at once in Safari and when I flick between them they refresh, updating the sites, it's handy for news.
iPhone 2.0 SDK: The No Multitasking Myth
March 13th, 2008
Daniel Eran Dilger
Certain pundits have developed a rash of malignant concerns about iPhone 2.0’s SDK. The first issue they’re scratching at is the iPhone’s apparent inability to run multiple applications at once. The suggestion is that the iPhone is a multitasking impaired appliance just like the original Mac or the Palm Pilot, and unlike the supposed multitasking powerhouse that is Windows CE, which powers Windows Mobile devices. That’s wrong, here’s why.
The iPhone is Unix.
The first clue into discovering how the iPhone works is a look at its core OS. The iPhone runs Apple’s same kernel as Mac OS X: a hybrid of Mach and BSD that hosts a standard Unix subsystem. It supports multiple concurrent processes and multiple users.
At this point, it’s useful to point out that the Palm OS was also built on top of a multitasking kernel, but Palm only licensed it for use from Kadak as a single-tasking environment. That made the Palm OS very much like the classic Mac OS from the mid 80s: to launch a second application, the first had to be shutdown.
Apple doesn’t face the same problem with the iPhone; it owns the iPhone’s kernel and faces no other external technical limitations to prevent multitasking. The ability of the iPhone to answer a call, pull up the Maps app while the call is in progress, and then follow a link to a web page before ending the call was demonstrated in one of its first advertisements.
The iPhone rings when browsing the web, music plays in the background while performing other tasks, and can check emails periodically in the background. It can clearly multitask.
In Steve's keynote demo he showed a bunch on multitasking with the iPhone.
Thing like listening to music which fades down when a call comes and looking up stuff on the internet and sending emails while talking on the phone.
So yeah it can do that kind of stuff.
You should also know that multitasking depends also from the network, not from the phone alone, in 3G you can do a lot more than on edge as you need bandwidth...
iLUVZtehIPOWNZ, 01 Nov 2008How ironic is it that you say "unparalleled performance" when the phone itself can't run impor... moreYeah, it's a pity you have to switch the music off when you want to browse the web and calls, messages or emails don't come in because it can only do one thing at a time...
...hang on a minute, the iPhone can do this, hey what's it called when a phone does a few things at the same time?
before talking misinformation study and learn the way the real business world works and informs the public according to fed rules
CUPERTINO, California—October 21, 2008—Apple® today announced financial results for its fiscal 2008 fourth quarter ended September 27, 2008. The Company posted revenue of $7.9 billion and net quarterly profit of $1.14 billion, or $1.26 per diluted share. These results compare to revenue of $6.22 billion and net quarterly profit of $904 million, or $1.01 per diluted share, in the year-ago quarter. Gross margin was 34.7 percent, up from 33.6 percent in the year-ago quarter. International sales accounted for 41 percent of the quarter’s revenue.
In accordance with the subscription accounting treatment required by GAAP, the Company recognizes revenue and cost of goods sold for iPhone™ and Apple TV® over their economic lives. Adjusting GAAP sales and product costs to eliminate the impact of subscription accounting, the corresponding non-GAAP measures* for the quarter are $11.68 billion of “Adjusted Sales” and $2.44 billion of “Adjusted Net Income.”
what matters in business is your actual and potential future performance,
history in the market is ZERO
sorry that is the way reality is.
Anonymous, 01 Nov 2008But it sold 12.5 million pieces and became the 3rd phone vendor in 15 months, obviously the m... moreThe features are basic and not just for cheap phones. It's just annoying that Apple included all sorts of advanced features but cannot even include the basic features like received sms forwarding and mms sending... It sold a lot of units because of reasons other than it's features. The main reason it sold a lot of units is because of the Hype and superb advertising. and a lot of people are not yet buying it because they are hoping that the next iphone will include the basic features that were excluded in the 1st two iphones.
I.H, 31 Oct 2008Can anybody tell me how the battery life of the IPhone is and if its easy to text. I really am... moreits ok when u get used to it
you cannot forward sms that u've recieved
you cant blootooth or set ur own songz az ringtones
overall its ubercool and is very enjiyable apples got it coverd here....
Anonymous, 01 Nov 2008But it sold 12.5 million pieces and became the 3rd phone vendor in 15 months, obviously the m... moreYour quote is how misinformation spreads. Apple was the 3rd phone manufacturer for that time period, not of all time.
Please give credit where it is due, and applaud Apple for a job well done for the past few months, even outselling RIM (BlackBerry).
But saying that they're the third phone manufacturer in the world right now? That's a fanboy talking and trying to get away with it.
The iPhone is great. I always recommend it to anyone. It is THE phone at the moment. But when you know that it doesn't do half of the things you expected it to, you inform other people, like what I'm doing here.
As a business user, a SmartPhone (you know, one that multi-tasks) is essential. This is NOT a smartphone. Not even the WORLD BANK CHIEF can change facts.
Anonymous, 01 Nov 2008Why is it then that SAXO DID NOT made a trading platform for other
They are m... moreHow ironic is it that you say "unparalleled performance" when the phone itself can't run important applications parallel to each other... LoL Nosebleed!
Well, like I said, immature bankers brand this as a smartphone, whilst those experienced teenagers will go for the Nokia N97.
Acceptance is part of the solution. If you guys accept that this is a smartphone, then it will stick to the same formula, instead of upgrading to its full potential.
I gotta hand it to you though, that parallels reference was a good one! LoL
But it sold 12.5 million pieces and became the 3rd phone vendor in 15 months, obviously the market loves it and do not care about MMS and the other cheap phone features
The device is a glorified ipod. completely overated. it does not support the following: video calling; voice activated dailing; forwarding sms; sending & recieving mms; copy/paste; switching off predictive text; bluetooth file transfer; video recording; fm radio; A cheap phone does more than this overpriced one does
DJ, 01 Nov 2008The Apple iphone has no Bluetooth 4 sending data (fotos,music files etc) only 4 headset.It is ... more
Intel Pulls Back Execs' Comments on iPhone
by PC Magazine Staff
A statement by Intel, released Thursday, appears to slap down executives who reportedly made disparaging comments about the iPhone.
Intel executives Shane Wall and Pankaj Kedia criticized the iPhone in a session at the Intel Developer Forum Taiwan, as reported by ZDNet Australia. The comments dealt with the iPhone and its ARM microprocessor, which Intel competes against with its own line of embedded microprocessors, including the Atom microprocessor.
But Anand Chandrasekher, senior vice president and general manager of Intel Corporation's Ultra Mobility Group, repudiated the comments in a blog post on Thursday. (Intel does not link individual posts.)
"As general manager of the Group responsible for Intel's ultra-mobility products, he acknowledged that Intel's low-power Atom processor does not yet match the battery life characteristics of the ARM processor in a phone form factor; and, that while Intel does have plans on the books to get us to be competitive in the ultra low power domain - we are not there as yet," the post stated. "Secondly, Apple's iPhone offering is an extremely innovative product that enables new and exciting market opportunities. The statements made in Taiwan were inappropriate, and Intel representatives should not have been commenting on specific customer designs."