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
dis Iphone is a huge success evn before da launch..bt NO BLUETOOTH?????i mean,dis is crap..why is APPLE launching da phone dat `dsnt hav da BASIC FEATURES like BLUETOOTH,MMS...
I work with phones in the uk and got my hands on one of these today. I would prefer the old iPhone, this feels very plastic. everything works pretty much as before apart from the few added bits (gps, etc) It did little for anyone who had a play, the gloss black finish is worse than the screen at picking up fingerprints, the signal strenght is terrible seeing as we have an o2 mast across the street from us and it could barely pick up 2 bars!
Generally not impressed, I'll not be getting rid of my Nokia N82 at any point, well not for one of these at any point, maybe an N96 or a C905 or even one of those swish looking Blackberry 9500's.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Frank, dude, just read/compare specs... you'll get your answer soon enough!! It's a no brainer! Later!
Yes, you can upload games and other apps but you would have to purchase them from Apple. There should be some that are free, too.
Renting a movie to watch on 3G at this time is $10/movie (auch!), also from Apple store.
Currently, the price of a 3G in US is $199 for 8GB and $299 for 16GB w/ 2 year AT&T contract.
There may be loads of people who think the iphone is rubbish, but it is still amazing. The competitors may have a better camera, bluetooth and other things, but this is still better at everything else.
The user interface is the best, the browsing is amazing, it's got a great ipod in it, and it has regular software updates that are improving the device all the time.
It may be controversial, and lots of people may slag it off, but that doesn't stop it from being a great device and the thing to beat.
i will wait for the white edition here in the philippines :) i hope globe can have the phone so that all the subscribers will enjoy the iphone much better :)
L Harrison, 08 Jul 2008"You forgot to mention apple takes an non negotiational THIRTY PERCENT of the developers fee a... moreOh that's mighty good of Apple!!!It's fairly easy to grab programs for other platforms.What's so difficult about pointing your browser at sites like freewareppc.com or pocketgear.com and downloading a cab file?If you want to enhance your iphone your Indirectly forced to Pay apple...screw that
"in Australia they are going to be selling the iphone 3g for $729 on pre-pay where in the US its is US$199 now in Australian dollars that is $229 I think Australians are getting ripped of in a big way."
the iPhone in America is $199 with a 2 year contract tethered to AT&T carrier provider, not prepay. i don't think a prepay option is available at all in the States. however it costs $599-$699 to buy the phone without a contract in America, just like prepay, so no you Australians are not getting ripped off.