Anonymous, 05 Dec 2009Apart from the fact that the iPhone does controlled multitasking, i.e. native applications mul... moreoh wise leader all knowing what else can you tell us?lol
Will technology from any other cell company ever surpass the "great iphone" ? all knowing wise leader.
Anonymous, 03 Dec 2009Well when you get your iphone in the mail, do not open the box. Return it to wherever you ord... moreThanx for the info.But all is well.Got the iPhone and it does have a radio and can BT! I'm quite happy. I only wanted to find out about BT becoz I wanted to transfer all my music from the Nokia to iPhone.
I have to admit that the phone is not as user friendly as Nokia,but I'm sure I will get used to it.
The only problem is getting the sim card in. But after a bit of a struggle I got it right.
I just need to find out what jailbreak means and how that will benefit my phone. :)
robert, 05 Dec 2009best of the bestU're wrong ... worst of the worst !!!
sosos, 05 Dec 2009i will buy it yesDon't even think about it ! cuz u'll regret it in the long run kid ...
Anonymous, 05 Dec 2009hey there iphone owners! i have to choose between a htc touch2 and an iphone 3gs 32 gb. what w... moreU'd better drop the iphone cuz it's a piece of sh*t ... So u can stick with Blackberry Storm 2 . It's just a piece of advice lol !!
Anonymous, 05 Dec 2009Apart from the fact that the iPhone does controlled multitasking, i.e. native applications mul... moreLoL and what a succes the newton was :))))
No multitasking = no real operating system
Better luck next firmware!
Anonymous, 05 Dec 2009I'm sorry but multitasking appears to be 16 years old on smartphones.
http://www.allaboutsy... moreApart from the fact that the iPhone does controlled multitasking, i.e. native applications multitask, Symbian has only existed for 11 years
"1998: In June Psion Software became Symbian, a major joint venture between Psion and phone manufacturers Ericsson, Motorola, and Nokia. As of Release 6, EPOC became known simply as Symbian OS."
and was first used in a phone by Ericsson (R380)
"2000: The first phone, the Ericsson R380 was released using ER5u in November."
Apple had the Newton 18 years ago..
The link you posted is by a couple of nutcase fanbois who don't know their facts.
The fairytales are getting monotonous.
Apple done a good job to rip you off and get you brain washed to believe IP is the god.
hey there iphone owners! i have to choose between a htc touch2 and an iphone 3gs 32 gb. what would you prefer?
iPhone 3Gs white 32GB fantastic device so far! when using calls/games/play app you feel you do something different than people around! No compare with any other devices!
Anonymous, 05 Dec 2009:))) it's only TWO years behind any smartphone on the market, regarding everything from the OS... moreI'm sorry but multitasking appears to be 16 years old on smartphones.
So mnope, iPhone's nothing but a cheap toy.
Anonymous, 05 Dec 2009Yay! only costs 1200 to buy, 200$ to make and can't do what a 200$ phone does!
http://www.you... more:))) it's only TWO years behind any smartphone on the market, regarding everything from the OS to the design!
1200$ for a device as outdated as grandma! That's hilarious :D
Hani Maseeh, 05 Dec 2009It seems stupidity to compare Nokia and iPhone …. No way to compare! iPhone is small computer ... moreYay! only costs 1200 to buy, 200$ to make and can't do what a 200$ phone does!
Great phone, GREAT phone indeed!
It seems stupidity to compare Nokia and iPhone …. No way to compare! iPhone is small computer in your hand! Amazing device! 3Gs the best (CYDIA) got fantastic applications to be run in iPhone! Cost here approx 1200$ expensive but its life device
Anonymous, 05 Dec 2009LoL... for music??? how about... NONE!?It depends on what you plug it into mine sounds awesome plugged into the dock that came built in to my home theatre system, it beats any stupid tiny, tinny phone speakers any day I don't know how people can stand listening to such BAD quality sound then babbling on about how important it is.
Any electrical store has hundreds of things with iPod/iPhone docks.
Anonymous, 04 Dec 2009So mister, It will come inevitably for iPhone aswell.
Apple learns from mistakes. Why ain't... moreWith the way Apple works, when full multi tasking comes to the iphone, they would make sure that its software, hardware & battery is poweful enough that user experience will not be compromised. It's not just about putting in features just because you can. It's about making sure it works well.
Mac is popular. Not as popular as windows, but it's popular. It has a lot to do with their walled approach. That is how they want to keep it. Macs are not for the masses like windows is. I love my mac book pro. It's not the standard software, but I find it more secure and stable than when I was using windows.
The iphone has the walled approach. It just happened to have pioneered the apps store plus direct integration to the giant itunes which gives it the edge and advantage over other devices that are less established on 3rd party apps stores.
Anonymous, 04 Dec 2009Sells what it sells bot we're all about handhelds here :)
So why run 28 apps? because we ca... moreYou are not making practical sense at all. So just because you can open 28 apps at the same time, you'll open 28 apps just for the heck of it because you can? Lol. That's silly. But hey suit yourself :)
Evolution is a good thing, but it has to make sense as well, or else it would not evolve into anything big.
It make sense to have multiple processes running simultaneously on a desktop computer, because it has the hardware, software and electricity to make it very able. But on a phone, you have to be practical and reasonable, considering the RAM, the processor and the battery life it has.
The iphone's limited multi tasking capabilities makes a lot of sense.