AGmon, 19 Jan 2010Guyz, need help here, on Apple store site, the price says 299 US dollars which is equivalent t... moreThe lower price comes with a two year contract (or so) with a network provider. The phone is locked. You can use other SIM cards but with limited functionalities. You can unlock and jailbreak the phone to enjoy full functions while using other SIMs, but then you still have to deal with your contract.
The higher price is the the unlocked version. The phone is all yours without limits. You can freely do the SW upgrade via iTunes.
AGmon, 19 Jan 2010Guyz, need help here, on Apple store site, the price says 299 US dollars which is equivalent t... moreIn the USA the price of the 16GB is $599 and the 32GB is $699 respectively. This is the price to purchase the handset either through Apple or AT&T, however it is locked to the AT&T network regardless. Obviously you can unlock and jailbreak it. The $299 price is a contractual price simply that the accompanying two year contract subsidizes the cost of the phone and offsets it for the duration of your contract. AT&T has offered "high spenders" who are within their contract period a discounted upgrade price of $399 and $499 (when upgrading from previous iPhone).
It says on the website of apple hongkong that the cost of an iphone 3gs is around New Zealand dollars 940. Is it true??? anyone from hong kong could help me out on this because the one in New Zealand from iphone store cost $1149
Hey how does iphone know how to switch between 3g and wi-fi because while i am at home i want it to use wi-fi and while im out i want it to use 3G. any idea anyone !!!
the best os in the world (windows mobile)
the most simple and efficient (symbian)
alredy stable os (android)
hardware is bad and not windows efficient (mac)
for business only (blackberry)
htc nokia samsung meat apple on thefeild
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Guyz, need help here, on Apple store site, the price says 299 US dollars which is equivalent to 15,000 in philippine peso, and according here on GSMArena its more than 600 EURO which is equivalent to 40,000 in philippine peso. what is the real deal here??? Coz i am planning to buy 1 in the US, and another question, if i buy it on the US and bring it here in the philippines, will i be suffering any troubles??? like can i use a local network SIMs on this phone with no glitch or problem??? please answer my questions, it'll hwlp me a lot!!! thanks in advance!!!
hi everyone,pls tell me is there any apps for iphone so i can use skype?so if i need to call by skype so i can call skype to skype?have u use like that??
is there any apps so i can use keyboard other one not iphone preloaded one??
is there any apps for call reject or text reject so i can black list those numbers i dont want receive those numbers??have u used?
pls reply i will b thankfull to u :)
Every1 here bashing iPhone, doesn't hjave money to get one.
This is a wonderful phone! I would recommend this to all people with the interest of computer, technology, texting, and just to have fun on! I have one and it works perfect! i have dropped it quite a bit of times, but it has never broken, nor slowed down, or had any problems. I have dropped it in the toilet just one time, but it still works as good as new! If you are getting one any time soon I assure you that you are going to love it. have fun with the IPhone 3GS! Hope i helped with something.
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2010You just bought a 50000$ car on a lease for 3 years, from your favourite brand but a bunch of ... moreNo one told me nothing.
I was a Nokia user for years. I've tried Sony Ericsson then, and Motorola at last.
Nowaday im using an iPhone.
I've tried, and took my own decision.
I haven't taken anyone's opiniou.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970You just bought a 50000$ car on a lease for 3 years, from your favourite brand but a bunch of people keep telling you it's carp?
Who will you side with?
-the company that makes the car and says it's excellent?
-those who tell you that you've not only wasted 50K bot that you should have gotten a prius instead?
I'd pick the first answer, eyes closed!
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2010Why do you have to "connect" to the Internet, it's not dial up my iPhone is always c... moreBt hacking cn't do anything more than mimmic avrcp functions, like starting a music player... but this doesn't work on iphone anyway.
Keeping the internet constant on is dangerous as iPhone always identifies itself because most sites have slimmed down pages to fit on it's small resolution... (though some have frogotten to update those pages for a while now)
Always online on iphone = sitting duck for hackers.
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2010Why do you have to "connect" to the Internet, it's not dial up my iPhone is always c... moreI'm not always connected because my 3GS battery doesn't last that much and I don't carry chargers around.
I don't think that "hey buddy, let me send you the new chicks number" supposes such a risk on short term.
On long term it may depend on the chick :)))
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2010Each at a time? are you living under a rock? have you herd of queues?
I can bt 1000 contact... moreWhy do you have to "connect" to the Internet, it's not dial up my iPhone is always connected and what do yo think cc in email means.
BT you have to find each persons phone and connect to them one by one or are all your "business" colleagues so bad with security that they accept anything by BT at any time?
A huge security risk.
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2010If I MUST rely my bank transations in a phone, that would be an iPhoneiPhone is the last device i'd use for bank transactions.
Even kids can hack into it: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/11/13/ikee_worm_vxer_speaks/
I wouln't even use it to pay bills.
Even so it's "based" on macos which is THE most unsecure system in the world as hackers can easily take advandage on customer that have no idea about tech:
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Your "under a rock" were talkin' about 2 years back Nokia phones, for example.
If I MUST rely my bank transations in a phone, that would be an iPhone