therocks, 16 Oct 2008Nokia phones, such as the n95, are also capable of the 3.5g connection. That connection is als... moreActually Mr j9@V I was referring to this comment by Mr C54Q
"--- Where was the party held? In a restaurant that provides free wifi? Your 25 friends must have wifi function on their phones or they all have data plan in order to view your photos at your party. Do I believe it?"
All my 25 friend's need is access to the Internet from anywhere on earth, it's pretty pointless showing photo's to people who are already there.
Anonymous, 16 Oct 2008The parties I go to people don't stand around staring at phones, waiting for a video to blueto... moreNokia phones, such as the n95, are also capable of the 3.5g connection. That connection is also available in the US.
sms, 15 Oct 2008I used my iPhone to take photos of a party, uploaded 45 pictures to Facebook and emailed the l... moreThe parties I go to people don't stand around staring at phones, waiting for a video to bluetooth across.
Which phones did they have, some Nokia's (that use the message inbox system will not accept a file unless it's smaller than phone memory e.g 6300), also what resolution was the video you sent?
Not all phones can play 30fps VGA so you would also have to lower the resolution to cater for those people, the of the one's that are capable what was wrong with their camera?
The people who weren't there and anyone who cared to browse my Facebook page had immediate access to the photo's from from anywhere on earth, Facebook cut down the resolution a bit so 2 megapixels was more than enough.
If people want to see photo's straight away the 3.5" screen is more than adequate for them to look at when I passed it around.
Haven't you ever heard of a 3.5G connection?
I don't know about where you are but in Australia it works and I have a plan that includes data so I'm not afraid to use my phone.
A phone is just a tool it's up to you how you use it as far as I'm concerned the iPhone is more than adequate for my needs and is currently the best for the way I use a phone, I'll stick with it thanks all the same.
The ease of setting up Exchange is one of the best things about it as far as doing business goes it's incredibly efficient.
I like the way you can search in Google maps and add the search details directly to contacts, when I get back to the office it's already on my PC.
There is two directions where smartphones are going - digital camera or internet tablet/laptop. They won't completely replace either two for the forseeable future, but they will make substitute. I have an N82 as a backup phone for weekend fun and nightclub shots. I'm looking hard for a great device that can take the workload off my laptop. iPhone is NOT the way for me. After using it for months, you start to miss the buttons. I hate the QWERTY on this and Apple finally decided to turnoff that predictive feature. For many, WE NEED BUTTONS! Need tactile feedback. Try playing ROMs on it and it is tough to get used to for action games.
Anonymous, 14 Oct 2008"I took some pictures and video while having dinner with my friends in a restaurant, they aske... moreI used my iPhone to take photos of a party, uploaded 45 pictures to Facebook and emailed the link to 25 friends.
--- Where was the party held? In a restaurant that provides free wifi? Your 25 friends must have wifi function on their phones or they all have data plan in order to view your photos at your party. Do I believe it?
Hi everyone. Firstly, in my opinion. The Iphone is a beautiful, well oiled machine. It lacks in various areas, unfortunately but it remains a gr8 phone :) i've tried it and it's awesome. It's not for me tho, for it has no video calling, no HSDPA and limited functionality as far as bluetooth and multitasking go but that's my opinion for my needs :) it doesn't make it a bad phone at all. Individual preference ppl. Same goes for the much hyped Omnia, which is my first option to get next month, N95 or N96, Htc touch diamond, the xperia etc. All marvellous phones and best choose that which is suited to you. I slammed and bad mouthed samsung to the grave cause personal reasons lol but in the end, they made a phone which caught my eye, the omnia or F480. So pls, all phones are unique but not without flaws. Iphone rocks!!. . just omnia rocks for me :) peace all
ViL, 15 Oct 2008not if u use it at moderate rate, anyway i was using my friend's pro at school today and wh... moreAgain, I do have an Iphone 3g. I got bored with it, so I bought an n95 because of the all-around entertainment it can offer..camera (able to use it day and NIGHT), internet, music, email, etc...etc. The powerful flash on a camera phone is a MUST for me.
ViL, 15 Oct 2008not if u use it at moderate rate,
anyway i was using my friend's pro at school today and wh... moreAgain, the iphone is not the best phone in the market, but a decent one. The only way it will be the best of the best is with this equation: missing features + upgraded camera with a powerful flash + the large screen and features it already has = one sweet apple.
You worship the iphone too much! You even compare it to different high end phones too much (such as htc touch pro, omnia, n95, etc..etc...which in my opinion are better than the iphone). That shows that you have nothing better to do. No phone is perfect. Every phone has a flaw.
I guess you must love them apples: green apples, red apples, sweet apples, sour apples, snow white eating a cursed red apple...etc...lol.
I agree with "Problems"..the person that stated iphone targets the teenagers and kids. The iphone is one of the prizes to my co-worker's son's fundraiser.
Iphone same as Itouch is cool. It is not small at all but I like the applications you can put. I like the touch but it is not easy to write sms.
This phone (Which i had... and returned..) distinctly reminds me of a Child's toy laptop. It screams metrOsexual. Like i would subtley lOok forward to using it after my tRi-weekly manicure. I think ill go buy a Real phone now. With Actual Business and Overall functionality. Goodbye. ;/
Vall, 14 Oct 2008apple iphone 3g......it loooks nice....but still no videorecording.......why?????....no call d... moreiPhone 3G is a music phone and I have no objections to that. Weather and stocks are fine.
Other than that, there's room for improvements.
iPhone 3G is the best music phone in the market, but not an "overall" phone. Its just so over-rated. This tends to appeal more to teenagers rather than business / working people. Music and games integration in the iPhone 3G meant that Apple is gearing towards attracting the teenager's attention.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970I don't really bother which is better.
What concerns me now is that you are posting up some feed link which isn't relevant here.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970not if u use it at moderate rate,
anyway i was using my friend's pro at school today and what surprise me at first i play with it the touch screen is sux,,
if u never use iphone u'll think it rox but try iphone's and see the difference...
after a while it lags a lot,, VERY lags,,
and after a while it gets hangs up ==
wth it surprised me since everyone says pro is powerful, i personally likes the cinematic weather forecast no matter how much i saw it be4 it just so nice,,
but what a pitty that it lags, slow and hangs...
this is a review 4 people compare pro and iPhone,,
pro might has some features but its still not as good as iphone..
apple iphone 3g......it loooks nice....but still no videorecording.......why?????....no call duration in call log ...yes a good pnone......no zip and rar suport.....so that means that you can,t transfer somethink archived from your computer ......not that u can transferr somethink from your computer,,,,,,in special music so yes is a nice phone,,,,,expensive .glamour but very useful.....
If I don't use it much it will easily last 2-3 days.
HSDPA has a massive hit on battery life, on ANY phone, battery life will continue to be an issue as Internet speeds get faster.
That's just the way it is and will continue to be until fuel cells come along.