The iPhone 3G is a nice phone, but I don't like the idea of forcibly being on a subscription with a carrier in order to have this phone. Why does apple always want to "tie up" the iPhone with a carrier. Why is it so hard for them to sell the iPhone like how they sell an iPod, "no strings attached?"
i phone is so gud but main problem is cameraa and fm not having and java MIDP mig33 cant not have i want be a increse the camera futher and java & games also
Anonymous, 06 Jul 2008Hey Nokia fans, tell me when people will line up a week ahead for a new Nokia model : It Has ... morebecause there are many sheaps in the world victims of marketing doesnt mean that iphone is better than nokia. go see all comparizons throufh net man. see the specifications and not if there is a line out of apples store.
Its cool dont get me wrong but iphone has alienated itself by forcing subscriptions first time with iphone 2g. I remember trying to get one but couldn't and a woman at an english store said i would need to hack it for it to work. They were mean an stupid by encouraging hackers onto the phone and weakening osx as a system with people realizing its layout from hacking the iphone.
The iphone maybe a great device, but still it feels like it wasn't really in the "main stream" competition with other brands.
dat sucks no instant messaging..its just d name and how it looks..but nothing really special about it..
the iphone 3g is not going to be as cheap as 199$ as said ... infact it is gonna be around Rs15000--Rs20000. the new 3g system does not work in india so it is useless to have one. the phone with the worlds best touchscreen .. but hardly needed features
Was considering the iPhone3G (1st gen iPhone was lacking in just about everything), but disappointed again with the 2nd gen iPhone as it also lacks some simple features.
Now looking at Samsung OMNIA or SE X1 which have more advanced features - the OMNIA almost embarrasses the iPhone3G. (3rd gen iPhone may be better hopefully).
L Harrison, 05 Jul 2008developers are scrambling to make programs for the iPhone because Apple made it so easy for th... moreYou forgot to mention apple takes an non negotiational THIRTY PERCENT of the developers fee and that apple has to aprove every single application.Developers dream??I think not..!
I'm in love with my iPhone. I take it on dates, long walks on the beach. I just wish it could love me back... :-(
Hey Nokia fans, tell me when people will line up a week ahead for a new Nokia model :
It Has Begun! iPhone Line Forms At NYC Apple Store (AAPL)
Dan Frommer | July 4, 2008 7:25 PM
It's a week early, but a handful of people are already in line at the 5th Ave. NYC Apple Store for the new iPhone 3G, which goes on sale next Friday, July 11.
Right now, about ten people have started a line outside of Apple's flagship store on 5th Avenue in New York. Word is that the family at the head of the queue are attempting to break some kind of record which involves their baby -- which kind of sounds a little intense if you ask us.
ALL OF THESE THINGS ARE ALREADY FIXED WITH READY-APPLICATIONS!
MMS will come in an update just like sending messages to multiple people was.
Theres video recording software already
I bet there will be an app to have a landscape keyboard as well!
Everything will be done with software :D
softbank boy, 04 Jul 2008there's no video capture.you shoyld just instal its program !!
developers are scrambling to make programs for the iPhone because Apple made it so easy for them. and with the App Store, they have a direct access to customers right there on the phone.
the only advantage Symbian and Windows Mobile have over iPhone OS X apps is the number of apps and number of developers but that will quickly change in months ahead. the iPhone will have the best third party applications catalogue in the game and they'll all be secured from hackers who will someday soon begin targeting smartphones and PDAs more severely.
the App Store will be for the iPhone what iTunes is for the iPod. it will help drive growth by offering iPhone users like me something they can't get anywhere else. then we'll get hooked and never want to leave. then we'll be buying only iPhones for the rest of our lives. it's brilliant.
Developers are more interested in programming for the iPhone than market leaders Symbian.The iPhone will have more programs,which will be supported by the network.
Any used any A-GPS type phones before? I am wondering how reliable it is. I am disappointed with Apple for not building 'real' GPS chip. Why have a network service GPS feature. I am using the Mio A701 and I'd to get the iPhone, but I am not about to pay $10/mo + time fee for the GPS. I knew Apple would add the GPS feature to the 2nd Gen iPhone, and I kinda knew they would add the A-GPS...it's all about $$$$.