dude, 26 Nov 2009can someone please tell me whether the i-phone 3GS support media transfer via bluetooth?please... more no buddy,no apple iphone has bluetooth file transfer,the bluetooth only works for headset.
Anonymous, 27 Nov 2009"Most iphone owners rejected years ago"
Do you speak for everyone? Is pepsi one of them? I... moreSo the 50% of Fortune 500 companies that are currently evaluating iPhones for enterprise use are run by kids...
Anonymous, 26 Nov 2009Stop it you're putting us to sleep, if I cared I could install it on my N82 which is lying aro... more"Most iphone owners rejected years ago"
Do you speak for everyone? Is pepsi one of them? I think not.
Lots of iphone owners probably have never had a nokia b4,considering a good majority of them are kids.
Allan, 27 Nov 2009Just cause the iphone can't do it you resort to calling it boring.
Weak argument with no su... moreIf it was something that I used then I would have bought a phone with that capability, as I said before I've had phones with videocalls since 2004 and found it was pathetic and useless.
My IP changes when I use my iPhone.
Anonymous, 26 Nov 2009I was able to do videocalls in 2004...
...how underwhelmingly boring and useless, yawn.Just cause the iphone can't do it you resort to calling it boring.
Weak argument with no substance.
Allan, 26 Nov 2009who was asking you.i never did.This is skype we are talking about.Half way around the world yo... moreStop it you're putting us to sleep, if I cared I could install it on my N82 which is lying around somewhere gathering dust.
Your like a kid with a new toy that most iPhone owners rejected years ago.
i have the n85 , i want to get the iphone is it a good phone ??
please anyone reply
Anonymous, 26 Nov 2009I was able to do videocalls in 2004... ...how underwhelmingly boring and useless, yawn.Anything the iphone doesnt have or cant do you use a "cop out" or excuse by saying its boring or useless.Until the iphone can do it then you brag about it like apple just invented it.
can someone please tell me whether the i-phone 3GS support media transfer via bluetooth?please its urgent and really important.
heyy dse da iphone 3gs really support bluetooth file sharin ? I m plannin 2 buy it so wanted 2 cnfrm it
Jay Jay, 26 Nov 2009hi guys,
currently my contact is full and now is renewable. so i am choosing the phone to b... moreForgot to tell you it's depands on your taste.
You can also watch hand-on video's on youtube.
I'm shure this video's will help you making a choise.
Anonymous, 26 Nov 2009I was able to do videocalls in 2004... ...how underwhelmingly boring and useless, yawn.who was asking you.i never did.This is skype we are talking about.Half way around the world you could see and talk to relatives or friends on a cell phone, except on iphone with no front camera.Thats far better then any boring apple app.Yawn!
Jay Jay, 26 Nov 2009hi guys,
currently my contact is full and now is renewable. so i am choosing the phone to b... moreHey there,
Both phones are nice, but there is a big difference.
The I-phone is phone that keeps you entertaining! Internet with all kind of apps that you are able to download.The phone is simple to use and the touchscreen works very fine.
The HD2 is more an office phone, it has futures like pokket office. Its more a buisness phone. It does have sone beter futears, but the I-phone apps beats it all.
You can Hack the Iphone
With a jailbreak you can put all apps from appstore on your Iphone
currently my contact is full and now is renewable. so i am choosing the phone to buy. i am a application user. should i go to iPhone 3gs or Htc hd2? of course, battery life is also counted.
second worm to hit the iPhone has been unearthed by security company F-Secure.
It is specifically targeting people in the Netherlands who are using their iPhones for internet banking with Dutch online bank ING.
It redirects the bank's customers to a lookalike site with a log-in screen.
The worm attacks "jail-broken" phones - a modification which enables the user to run non-Apple approved software on their handset.
The handsets at risk also have SSH (secure shell) installed.
Many people use SSH so other programs can remotely connect to an iPhone and, among other things, transfer files. It comes with a default password, "alpine" which should be changed.
Only users who have installed SSH and not changed the password are at risk.
The new worm is more serious than the first because it can behave like a botnet, warns F-Secure.
This enables the phone to be accessed or controlled remotely without the permission of its owner.
"It's the second iPhone worm ever and the first that's clearly malicious - there's a clear financial motive behind it," F-Secure research director Mikko Hypponen told the BBC.
"It's fairly isolated and specific to Netherlands but it is capable of spreading."
He added although the number of infected phones was thought to be in the hundreds rather than thousands, the worm could jump from phone to phone among owners using the same wi-fi hotspot.
A spokesperson for ING Bank said that a warning was going to be put on the bank's official website.
"We are also briefing call centre personnel," she added. "It's important to remember that the worm only affects jail-broken phones and it is only aimed at customers in the Netherlands."
The first iPhone worm, called ikee, was harmless. Users with infected phones found their wallpaper replaced with a picture of 1980s popstar Rick Astley.
It also targeted jail-broken phones which were SSH enabled.
Its creator Ashley Towns said he wrote the ikee program in order to raise the issue of iPhone security.
spokesperson for the firm said that it hoped to offer the phone "in time for Christmas".
Although Tesco has not revealed tariffs, the spokesperson said that its prices were "competitive".
In September, it was revealed that O2 had lost its exclusive deal to sell the phone, which had been in place since its launch in 2007.
Both Vodafone and Orange have signed deals to sell the phone.
Orange has already begun selling the touchscreen whilst Vodafone will offer it from early 2010. Orange said it had sold more than 30,000 handsets on its first day.
Tesco Mobile is a joint venture with O2. It offers phones on both contract and pay as you go tariffs from its stores and website.
The firm already has 2m mobile phone customers.
O2 has offered the iPhone in the UK for more than two years. Its popularity allowed the firm to win subscribers from other networks, according to analysts.
Earlier this year, O2 said it had sold more than 1m of the phones.
All of the firms will offer the iPhone 3G and the newer iPhone 3GS