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
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2010"LoL, i'll email you in austria gladly, but should I email another 10 people that are in ... moreEach at a time? are you living under a rock? have you herd of queues?
I can bt 1000 contacts while you manage to send one via email.
Not to mention most people aren't confortable in
-pick internet connection
-connect to the internet
-check mail again
-finally import the contact
When they can simply turn bt on and click accept.
Bt doesn't work on iphone because:
-they don't have the license to fully enable it
-record companies have the by the nuts with "sharing tracks"
As for your idol's answer... doesn't he know the catchphrase "think fast!", probably he dies, but
What a ridiculous forum... BT in 2010 and a 1000$ phone that can't use it...
Hans, 18 Jan 2010LoL, i'll email you in austria gladly, but should I email another 10 people that are in the sa... more"LoL, i'll email you in austria gladly, but should I email another 10 people that are in the same room with me? that's ridiculous.
But as far as iphone goes ridiculous is the perfect word describing it. 3 years for a product that is still unfinished. An ipod with a phone LoL!"
Dude, honestly, i rather e-mail 10 other people in the same room, than conect EACH one through BT, ALLOW everyone, than ACCEPT every file.
Bluetooth is gettin' old...
Anyway, im in Brazil at this time. You can BT me a song please?
No, u can't.
I'm workin' with maybe 30 persons in my office... BT them ALL should be very annoyin'...
I think i'll just mail them.
Steve Jobs joke at Microsoft's Zune once, about some random Microsoft comercial, that one guy was chatting with a grrl, and transfered her a song by BT.
Steve's joke was that Apple users don't need it... they're smart enough to just put their headphon in her ears. LOL
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2010Yes when it's done over wifi, why are you such a mean spirited person, making fun of sick peop... moreI actually make fun of you.
No hospital alarm relies on wi-fi since any router gets instantly reset in any kind of powersurge.
If a patient needs help, an allarm sounds on the corridor and in the nurses room while a light flashes above the patient's room.
I don't ever wish anyone to have to go to a hospital, but you should go and see how it's organized.
-a little more complicated than your phone booth.
Don't fool yourself with cheap advertising, beleieving anyon would rely on a tool as unreliable as iPhone. If anyone uses it those are the student's who think every .pdf has to be an app and haven't heard of pdf reders.
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2010Yes, this is an application indeed for children:
http://www.mobile-marketing-blog.net/2008/10... moreYes when it's done over wifi, why are you such a mean spirited person, making fun of sick people in hospitals and the systems being used to take care of them.
You just can't stand the iPhone's success and that, as a computer it can do extraordinary things.
doesthe bluetooth really work? any specific tweaking required? mine does not connect with another bluetooth mobile. need to connect to rransfer contacts from my other phone e90. help.
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2010At least you can email 10 or more people at once, BT it's one at a time and you have to author... moreYes, this is an application indeed for children:
I guess enabling nurses to have alarms and send sms is of much greater importance =))))
I don't know why you need to send them one by one, I can symply select which I want to send.
I can also sync all data over 3 different phone brands with bluetooth, but I quess that's to advanced for you narrowminded isheeple and your one brand only fidelity.
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2010On a regular basis the battery works for almost 3 days.On a regular basis = not using it at all.
Min didn't make it through the day...
As for bluetooth, iPhone is just as smart as it's users, no wonder NOTHING has improved since iPhone 2g.
adam, 18 Jan 2010Does any one have a problem with battery life? how long should it last?On a regular basis the battery works for almost 3 days.
Hans, 18 Jan 2010LoL, i'll email you in austria gladly, but should I email another 10 people that are in the sa... moreAt least you can email 10 or more people at once, BT it's one at a time and you have to authorise and link to each one.
It's for schoolkids to transfer ringtones.
Kajar, 18 Jan 2010What email can you sent? take ages with apple internet conection. It fails all the time. Alway... moreAT&T may fail and a whole lot of septics may whine about it but here in Australia mine works fine.
Hans, 18 Jan 2010LoL, i'll email you in austria gladly, but should I email another 10 people that are in the sa... moreOnly way to decently use is with wifi, in city is matter of luck. Other handset never loose signal.
To transfer contact you have to copy it every number.