No Commitment, 02 Jul 2008Here is the latest on the "no commitment" iPhone: http://tech.yahoo.com/blogs/patterson/23890 Unlocked iphone $ 599 this sucks big time $199 only for eligible customers of atnt, that sucks even more
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Well, I'd have to say your reply was, in my opinion, too harsh. Maybe saying it was extremely rude would be correct.
But, I'd like to point out, you have made quite a few grammar and punctuation errors. I won't say you've been hit in the head; but I'd like to ask how you missed the -
Expressions of hatred...,
No all caps...
rules before you made your post?
So, I'll end my post this way:
I have the original iPhone; I've had it since it was released; I was one of the many standing in line; to this day...I have no regrets or buyers remorse. It's certainly not the best; but I love it all the same. :)))
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970You have this phone? Do you also have a problem with telling the truth? Personally, such comments always seem like a scam or scheme to me.
Hey people: the new iPhones with 3G are slated to be released (as most of you know) on July 11. There have been some changes with regards to how the phone will be activated. Both GSM Arena and Yahoo have written about this. Therefore, it is my suggestion it be purchased from an authorized dealer or directly from Apple. (Again, it's just my opinion.)
I believe I will manage to find the way how to use skype on this phone. Then my call will be even cheaper! :))
Disregard my last posting asking if the iphone 3g had a simcard slot or not. I've read the full technical specs on the official apple.com website and they state that the iphone 3g has a simcard slot/tray, so that answered my question.
To the person a few posting back who stated it didn't have a simcard slot, should read the full technical specs as well, so information isn't correctly put up here.
Is it true in what i'm reading, that the iphone 3g does not have a simcard slot to use my existing simcard with?
If it doesn't have asimcard slot, then hbow do we connect it to out mobile/cell network provider?
Thanks in advance
i wait the price to drop ,in malaysia it is too expensive, even i ebay the phone after change currency only RM700++
Admit it or not, apple iphone change the way we look at mobile phones. They set the bar on how a multi touch should be implemented cause it's flawless. This device is on the league of it's own. Even the best offering from other brands, maybe over-flowing with features can"t even touch the iphone. Much to say the word "iphone" itself is already statement
Here is the latest on the "no commitment" iPhone:
This device has a problem, it can't share music with other devices over bluetooth =(
500 quid for a phone that can't even record a video or picture messaging? the bluetooth can't even send files... for f#%k sake! get a life apple fan boys and look for a phone that has the features? its been industry standard on every medium priced handset for the last 4 years!
this is a excellent phone.i like a very much.when is comming.im waiting.i buy the phone.im a bangladeshi.my home country is bangladesh.so plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.
If u compare features with nokia n96,apple iphone 3g is way behind,but the looks n finger touch interface of this phone makes people to compromise with features,
if in future apple iphone is equipped with all features that nokia n96 has then that phone will be the revolutionary phone,
I hope nokia is the best of all might be havin bacup plans to maintain its "BEST"
Anonymous, 01 Jul 2008Doen any1 knows if nokia is producing a good touchscreen like the iphone ?Yes, Nokia produce 5800 XpressMusic with full touchscreen 3.2" TFT 16 Million colours, 3.2 Megapixel camera & Symbian S60 operating system.
obsolete device far far behind Windows Mobile products. strictly for Apple fanboys with one track mind.
Video Calls, 28 Jun 2008Raise your hands people (it's good exercise to get your hands off your mouse) if you have seen... moremost people i know DO have 3G phones, at least half of them occasionally use video calling, though usually only for the fun of it. then again, we've had 3G networks and video calling here in Australia for a good 5 or 6 years, now its available to 94% of the population. I hear USA is a bit behind when it comes to things like 3G networks and high definition digital tv etc.