Anonymous, 08 Nov 2010what phone dont have problems? tell me 1 phone (im talking about smartphones not the cheap pho... moreThis phone Iphone4 has very bad reception and bluetooth conductivity if i use bluetooth forget this phone because the connection between the headset and the phone will cut all time
Sorry I forget to mention it depend on how you need to hold your phone with & without bumper cases & whether you want some versaility if it drops more than trice time. Also whether you want your phone to automatically drop calls due to crazy erratic iphone behavior LOL ok. Also your phone if an iphone might also drop calls without the antenna issue, this time it's a sensor that thinks your ear is not actually hugging your phone & call drops btw, this is not antennagate issue but close :)
Also do you want the ability to bluetooth files across to other bluetooth computers or phones, such as PIM information, or other data. Do you want Videocalling to work on 3G as well as WIFI. If you do, then please don't buy iphone, it's no good for you.
Also do you want to be able to have individual ringtones in which the OS doesn't care which one you use whether mp3, wma, wav, aac, etc...
Also would you like an FM Radio on your phone , then please don't go for Iphone4, it won't have it tbh.
Thanks Sonia & pls we Nokia guys welcom your questions, by all mans pop over to hte nokia forums & we'd be delighted to help you.
Alternatively if you must require it here in another DOMAIN, then we would still be delighted to allow you to know of a phone which will do all those things & more.
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I see there aren't many helpful Iphone 4 users here willing to help you yet. So I may aswell advertise & help Sonia. Nokia guys are nicer so.. ¬
It depends on what you want to do with your phone really! Please tell us what you would like to do with your phone, your uses with it, then we can give you a general assumption of what both brands & platforms can offer you.
P.s "Typed from the comfort of my armchair with Intel Core-I7 720"
my bumper is only for style and it was free
*Posted from my iphone4 held incorrectly in a bumper case to prove any talk of signal loss is a Lie
Anonymous, 08 Nov 2010They NEVER had an antenna issueNot true. Some of the 1st batch had antenna issues regarding reception but mine bought just a while back is fine.
any audio enhancement s/w for iphone4? i'm using srs for winmo, currently, plans to buy an iphone4, two thing unsure..the antenna issue and audio quality...is iphone better that srs-packed winmo?
Anonymous, 08 Nov 2010i'm planning to buy this phone, but tell me friends..is it true about the antenna issue..or if... morePure BS I got it day one, two months after I got the free bumper, but I do not use it
works just fine as it is.
The only use for the bumper is to protect the phone in case you drop it.
i'm planning to buy this phone, but tell me friends..is it true about the antenna issue..or if it is real..is it really that annoying? any opinions please, to help me decide whether to buy or not...
Anonymous, 08 Nov 2010Yes the issue is to make enough of them due to GREAT market demand,
BIG issue !
Apple stock again today at all time high !
Big issue !
Market rules id!iots write on blogs about reception issue.
Anonymous, 08 Nov 2010they always had an issue,a big issue.Yes the issue is to make enough of them due to GREAT market demand,
BIG issue !
Anonymous, 08 Nov 2010They NEVER had an antenna issuethey always had an issue,a big issue.
if u wanna buy iphone 4 go buy it, theres no iphone 5 in early 2011, all new batch of iphone 4 have no more antenna issue..
Here is how Apple is going to be soon the LARGEST company in the world and how Nokia is slowly going down the drain :
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If you're in the market for an iphone, better wait for the iphone 5 which will come out early 2011. The iphone 4 has plenty of issues.
Anonymous, 08 Nov 2010“We are not perfect every phone have problems including iphone ” That's what steven h. jobs s... moreNo, I live in a land where I don't have reception problems, 4-5 bars all the time.
iphone4ing, 08 Nov 2010no *Posted from my iphone4 held incorrectly in a bumper case to prove any talk of signal lo... moreCant you go away, no one here likes you. You add no value here because your comments are stupid. Do you still live with mommy?
Hi to all !!!
Can some one give me the opnion about iphone 4 & Nokia N8 I want to buy amoung these one which one should I go for please do help me & give it to me their best suggestion ??? Thanks in advance I do really appriciate.