this phone is crap and not worth it you cant picture msg you can bluetooth anything you have to put your contact in 1 by 1 n thats a pain im going to buy it but apple is going to have another version with all them mistakes i listed above fixed...
when u unlock the iphone, you get an applicaton installer, from there you can install hundreds of apps for free.... i can send mms off my iphone, this app installer makes your iphone do so so so much more than you think.... i have to original 2g, and if the 3g is anything like it then nothging on the market compares to it in terms of slickness, smoothness, and alround just wokring.... perks of apple products.... they just work, unlike all else. only phone close to this are blackberrys.
No card slot,No mms,No video calling,No stereo bluetooth, only 2mp camera. Wow great 3G fone!!. Samsung i900 leaves this phone in it's wake. All the above and more + 5mp cam. Tough choice.
practically,it does not have bluetooth. you can do nothing with this "mobile". it,s stunning,why does it have some much sucess????? i can't explain. it's worse than a nokia 6300,6233
no no no, it DOES have bluetooth, it just doesn't support stereo bluetooth.
So you can only use the bluetooth for a bluetooth headset... but not for sending contacts, ringtones, or listen with a stereo bluetooth headset.
I held one of these today and it feels reeeeally nice in the hand. I really like the new plastic backing, the black looks really sharp.
The only thing that's really bugging me is no MMS and no A2DP support... the camera, cut and paste, and others are just minor.
Still on the fence whether I should get it or not!
No MMS; No Video Calling on teh "3G" handset, uh well now nearly a AU$1,000 sounds like a real bargain here... what are people getting so worked up about, in 6 months time (probably less) there will be an even better make and model on the market... Good luck with this one.
hello everybody i am an aussie and i cant wait to get my iphone...i really really want one but first i have a few questions maybe someone can plese answer for me????
1. If i want some apps for my iphone are they free to get if they say free or do i have to pay hidden charges?
2. Is it easy to use with itunes so it syncs and everything??
3. For soft ware updates is it easy and is it free or not??
4. Is itunes easy to use for getting things onto my phone?
Thnks a lot plese answer me here!!
Asad, 06 Jul 2008oh forgot to mention one more thing, the battery life! Wow, how did hey do it?? On other phone... moreAre you sure about the battery life? I think its worse according to http://online.wsj.com/article/SB121555740704037313.html?mod=yhoofront
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970dusane, just go to at&t s web site (ortype in cingular.com it will redirect you) and look up the info you need. yes, you can get it w/o the contract, but for something like $599
really buzzing now and cant sleep well at all,,it feels like at xmas with ecitement
ok no mms still whats that about??
an 2mp camera crap
and no video recorder and the sound is crap
if i was u id wait untill iphone remake it.
Hey folks, can we wait to actually see and use this phone before everyone expresses an opinion. No has seen this phone except for a select group of Apple and ATT employees. So, how can anyone have an unbiased opinion? Not. So, wait! Maybe it's a 10, maybe a 3, but it's certainly not 7 point anything . . . not yet, anyway.
all sold out in uk at moment plus it must be popular despite the forum here saying different because it blew up the o2 server as that many people logged online to pre-order it..Good at what it does but typical apple product,,you buy from us only and we will charge you the earth..Theirs no chance i am buying it till it passes my feature list especially at the price with massive contract length...
I can't wait to get my hands on an iphone asap!! I only have a few questions:
- does the gps have vocal guidance, if yes will the voice pass through bluetooth
- is the battery replacable
maybe someone can help me any further?
I don't understand the comments about no bluetooth
Cellular and wireless
UMTS/HSDPA (850, 1900, 2100 MHz)
GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)
Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR