If your 3G iphone has access to internet and with unlimited data packet usage, this one really rocks... the best handheld device because ease of use, fast and very nice screen..
iPhone 3G “the touchscreen phone to beat”
“iPhone 3G is the best touchscreen phone and media player by far on any network,” proclaims Mark Spoonauer (laptopmag.com) in his 4-star (out of five) review of iPhone 3G. “It delivers the best mobile Web experience on any smart phone,” offers “excellent App Store integration,” “vastly improved call quality,” and “Microsoft Exchange support.” And, he adds, iPhone 3G is a “stellar music and video player.”
Unleashing a flood of apps for iPhone
“If you have an iPhone,” cautions Rik Fairlie (NYTimes.com), “you just might forget that the device is capable of making phone calls,” considering all of the diverting applications available on the new iPhone App Store. “Simple to use, thanks to its elegant and intuitive interface,” the App Store offers “an object lesson for other cellphone makers and carriers on how to make your customers’ phones indispensable.”
New App Store offers addictive fun
So far as Ed Baig (usatoday.com) is concerned, “the App Store for iPhone and iPod touch” is “the killer app many of us expected,” an application that “turns the iPhone into an important new computing platform.” In his review, Baig takes a look at some of the apps — Pandora, AOL Radio, Super Monkey Ball, MooCowMusic: Band, Etch A Sketch, and five others — that can make “you feel like a kid in a toy store.”
Five stars to iPhone 2.0 software
From the new App Store to easier mail management to support for Microsoft Exchange and MobileMe, PC Advisor steps you through the major and minor additions and improvements offered by iPhone 2.0 software. Awarding it five stars for its value for the money, PC Advisor concludes that iPhone 2.0 offers “a welcome step-up for what was already arguably the best mobile platform on the market.”
I wanted to buy an iPhone. But after reading your opinion i made up my mind not to buy.
- A phone without Bluetooth(for File Transfer),
- 2 MP camera without flash, Autofocus, No video recording
- Higher End Phone without java
- No FM radio (one of the main features now a days)
- Can't change battery, can't remove SIM
- Need to keep on paying for every thing - - iTumes, Internet, Geames, Movies Etc.
I am in Sri Lanka, If this new released Apple iPhone 3G is support to work with Sri lankan Mobile service providers?
se23, 17 Jul 2008If your ring tone is low or u want to make your own for free AND YOU OWN A MAC.... download m... moreiTunes itself can makes ringtone and upload to ur iPhone 3G (im talkin about the mp3 from anywhere not from iTunes store) doesn't need to dl other software.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Maybe you should post in your native tongue, perhaps then it would be somewhat more decipherable.
Just so you know...I have a Blackberry Curve. I'm not 12 years old so I don't purchase phones based on how "cool" they are, but how useful they are for my needs. And I read forums, such as these, to find useful information about the phones in question, not to read tired diatribes that have no such relevance.
Doesn't seem to matter what phones you read opinions on they are made out to be BAD. Don't think can rely on opinion unless the person has one and used it for a while.
wats the use of 8 gb space if there is no option to transfer the datas ..No infrared and no Bluetooh...weird ...
Anonymous, 17 Jul 2008good toy for beginners and ipod users i like the tv out and 3 g i prefer the samsung omnia at ... morei agree. nothing a iphone can do a windows mobile PDA cant do! to be fair, iphone user interface is god like.
no sd card slot?! your data is pretty much locked down inside the phone. this is Apple stragey to make you dependent on their software. Just like ipod must use itune. it sucks!
Anonymous 2, 15 Jul 2008If your iphone 3g is jailbroken and is unlocked, it will only re-lock itself if you do a softw... moreConsidering I have been involved in promoting the Iphone i would suggest you think again.
The phone will lock if you purchase it from oversea's... All purchases before launch date are bounded to contracts no BUY OUTS!
I think it is crazy that people are going crazy over this phone! Its only advertising! The phone isnt that great... One great example if your fingers are cold or you have fake nails it will be very difficult to use!
the n71 is the phone for me. what think about this one its bull... the previous one much better
i think 1500 dollars in philippines is not expensive, because this is only intended for rich people especially government officials who has lots of tongpats.. ask abalos, definitely no problem with him the 1500 dollars.. i have one from japan, got for 0 yen but must be paid in two years for about 35,000 yen and under contract of 2 years with monthly dues of 7,000 yen.. phone is very good indeed much better than my samsung omnia... i sold my omnia to my friend in singapore..
Every thing is great, but only battery life is short than 1st iphone..
in the philippines they sell the iphone 3g for $1,500.00 why do you say that its cheap????