check this link... and see how fast Iphone 3G really is
still wanna buy it?
its not fake, just to eliminate suspicions :)
Anonymous, 29 Aug 2008does the iphone support english and chinese text input using handwriting recognition? thks!Sorry, I've overlooked the English part. No, there's no handwriting recognition for English.
Yes, it comes in many different languages. For Chinese, you can input with traditional or simplified Chinese (both Pin Yin and handwriting). It's very easy to do the setting.
nick, 29 Aug 2008on paper, the iphone resolution is just rubbish. cmon, the screen is 3 and a half inches an... moreThe Apple iPhone, be it 1G or 3G, still has the most impressive full touch user interface to-date, and with the concept of AppStore, it have just gotten better. The iPhone 3G is evidently more evolution than revolution, but it still packs quite a punch. And there's some unique features that you can hardly get in any other high-end gadgets.
Anonymous, 29 Aug 2008Both iPhone 1G and 3G have wonderful displays. With superb automatic brightness control and th... moreon paper, the iphone resolution is just rubbish.
cmon, the screen is 3 and a half inches and it just manages have VGA. thats just stupid. yeah the HTC diamond may be quite small but the screen res kills the one on this.
i dont think any other manufacturer would be as dumb as to put such a bad res on such a big screen
nick, 29 Aug 2008are you joking? the diamonds display is a million times better. well 2x better to be precise.Both iPhone 1G and 3G have wonderful displays. With superb automatic brightness control and the unsurpassed (not even by Nokia) sunlight legibility, they are easily the best on the market (in both touch and non-touch categories). There's not much of a difference between the two units, though it seems the iPhone 3G has better white balance. The iPhone 1G display is cooler (white is bluish), while the iPhone 3G display is warmer (with a more balanced white). There were some early buyers that had their screens too yellowish, but Apple quickly remedied the issue. So, now as it seems, the best mobile display out there has now gotten even better.
nick, 29 Aug 2008a higher resolution on a smaller screen easily beats a lower resolution on a bigger screen!the IPHONE display is more than perfect guess your glasses are to strong .........
this fone is overpriced/underpowerd and a knightmare to use what were apple thinking the camera is poor it loses internet conection at the drop of a hat it looks ugly as sin i had it 3 days and got rid of it for a samsung toco now im a happy man again
nick, 29 Aug 2008are you joking? the diamonds display is a million times better. well 2x better to be precise.the diamind display is to smalllllllllllll
and the phone is unknow brand......
nick, 29 Aug 2008are you joking? the diamonds display is a million times better. well 2x better to be precise.a higher resolution on a smaller screen easily beats a lower resolution on a bigger screen!
nick, 29 Aug 2008are you joking? the diamonds display is a million times better. well 2x better to be precise.dimonds are the best girls friends
ha ha ah
and iphone is the best phone ever
Anonymous, 28 Aug 2008The iphone has the best display, so how can you say it's useless? lol. Most phones out there h... moreare you joking? the diamonds display is a million times better. well 2x better to be precise.
y_kurniawan, 29 Aug 2008don't buy this phone yet. i bought the new iphone 3g on the 10/08/08 in telstra shop in austra... morei do not have any problem with my iphone nether my friends do i think this is an islated case Iphone is the best phone ever.........
y_kurniawan, 29 Aug 2008don't buy this phone yet. i bought the new iphone 3g on the 10/08/08 in telstra shop in austra... moreThat's not Apple's fault, that's Telstra's.
You should have gone with Vodafone
don't buy this phone yet. i bought the new iphone 3g on the 10/08/08 in telstra shop in australia. loved it, enjoyed it until found out that there are too much faults with the phone. 1st the 3g didn't work with the phone, apple had to replace me with the new one. after they replaced me with the new one i had to bl**dy recharged the phone every night even though i don't use the phone much at all.
so after 10 days i was fed up with the phone so brought it back to telstra shop for repair. they took away my phone. didn't even give me the replacement phone, no invoices at all then after a week i went back to ask about the progress, they said it will take at least another 2 weeks until they can give me my phone back.
in conclusion i had my phone for 10 days and it has to be sent away for at least 3 weeks.
what the hell is going on with apple.
so think twice if you want to buy the new iphone people.
does the iphone support english and chinese text input using handwriting recognition? thks!
Anonymous, 27 Aug 2008If the iphone has nothing to offer according to you and is expensive you do not need to warry ... morei have a nokia E90 and i got it for around the same price. now that's not cheap, is it? but certainly DOES things the iphone can only dream of doing haha. i'm not being sour... just sharing my thoughts you know
I love the iPhone 3.5" wide screen, I love the multi-touch input. I love the iPod player. But I hate:
1). No Bluetooth stereo (A2DP)
2). No expandable memory
3). Not available in Cambodia
4). Not support Khmer language
I bought the N95 - that phone was horrible, it kept rebooting during calls, battery life was very bad. overall a really bad product for the price.
I changed to the N95 8gb - that was such a big improvement over the original N95. bigger screen, longer battery. And I was happy with the phone
I decided to buy the iphone to try it out, but was apprehensive because of the lower specs - no mms, 2mb camera etc
I have been using the iphone for 4 days now, and I have to say, it is the best phone i have ever used.
It took me less than 1 hr to set up everything on the phone. In comparison, it took me 2 to 3 days to set up the N95, with several calls to Nokia (especially issues with the Nokia Maps)
The iphone does everything so well, with nothing much to set up.
The user interface is so well thought out - Apple has better interface designers than Nokia. Nokia assumes you are well versed in technical nitty gritty, Apple assumes you are not
The other big difference for me was the thickness. The N95 in my pocket feels bulky, the iphone is so thin, you almost don't see it. this is a big deal because my pockets already have enough keys, notes etc.. I hate looking like I have a chicken stuffed in my pants
And the amazing thing is that the iphone is cheaper than the N95! (Nokia just launched the N96 at double to triple the price of the iphone - i predict the sales of N96 will be badly affected by the iphone. I was a Nokia fan, but now will not change back to a Nokia)