Can we send files through bluetooth to other cellphones (Not Iphones) after jailbreaking ? Can anyone please confirm ? I have heard about iBluetooth but does it work that way or can we only send a file from 1 iphone to another ?
And is there a restriction on what kind of file can be forwarded ? Thanks.
Hey I am from Egypt and there are a few bugs with that anntenna signal loss thing iwill wait till they fix the problems the iPhone 4 might have other than that it is trully amazing i mean of course the Nokia N8 is great and has that great camera but the iPhones are greatest
I'm using balckberry 9700&8900 and also iphone 3G.. and currently thinking about trade in my bb8900 and iPhone for iPhone 4G..how about the price in Australia or Hongkong?? in Indonesia this phone costs a lot of money! it's about 9 million rupiah or USD 990! i heard it's only about USD 400 in USA..
and which one is beter samsung Galaxy S ( USD 704) or this phone(USD 990)?
tictoc, 06 Oct 2010it's good to know there are some sensible people out there, thanks for the info Jeff.
Can you... moreTictoc,
I don't think we can store any map. We need to "ON" the location services via the preloaded "Maps" app in the phone itself to determine your current location. Of course this will require you to connect to the internet.
When Apple produce Iphone with other colors like
Pink, Silver Moon, Galaxy Blue, Venus Ruby that would be great great , black & white quite bored
Anonymous, 07 Oct 2010Actually Facetime is not only great but it is the best of it's kind. The great thing about Fac... more"The great thing about Facetime is that it works universally. You can Facetime with anyone who also has it(currently iphone4 and ipod touch 4g users)"
That's universally? Hate to tell you but u miss the point.
Universally will be if you can call ANYONE. Like this, this is called RESTRICTED. To be even worse, you are restricted, not by your own choice but by Apple. I expect that new iPhone 5 will be even more restricted, to make regular calls to iPhone users only. But that's your way to choose friends. I will never make selection and pick my friends according to what they use. I.E. what kind of phone they have.
Hi guys im currently using a BlackBerry 9700 Bold2 and is intrested in getting me the Iphone4 aswell..
Is it really worth it to get a iPhone when i aready have a really great phone?
How is the Iphone on the data usage?as far as i know its a bit heavy on the megabites...
wow....gre@@@@@@@@@@t......totally new genereation phone and oh rapchik,,,screen touch resolution given by apple...only one word ((('''Great''')))..
[deleted post]You said "stupid wifi only", why is wifi stupid?
Is it stupid because it's free?
Don't you like money?
I think I'll videocall my mates N97 from my iPhone 4 using Fring over 3G and ask if he thinks you are strange too.
[deleted post]blah blah blah blah blah blah blah......ur boring same broken record goin on nd on nd on.......at the end of the day there's one thing......its IPHONE nd no other phone can be premium as iphone
even my 1st gen iphone still works like a charm,my ip3g still goin on...no prob...iphones r damn reliable
nd my prevoius n82 went dead within 1.5 years of usage.. nd dats the quality of nokia...it slows as days goes by...even the body materials nd colors peels nd flakes away....
nd this ip4...well its built with eveen better materials...its the best balanced smartphone one can have...its best in every department... nd for these reasons apple devices cost this much nd its worth each nd every penny..
nd we know very well the quality of samsung nd nokia..
Actually Facetime is not only great but it is the best of it's kind. The great thing about Facetime is that it works universally. You can Facetime with anyone who also has it(currently iphone4 and ipod touch 4g users) practically anywhere in the world for free. And it is far smoother than simply using a webcam or isight and such.
I am not a fanboy by any means. I actually love the Euro/Asia versions of the Samsung Galaxy S. I actually do believe in real world conditions the Super AMOLED is a better choice. I also don't like the fact that there is no true home screen, no widgets or live updates, no instant availability of any info (messages, texts, etc) while in app. And there is essentially no multitasking, no multiple screens or profiles. Kinda getting bored of the litter of apps.
In terms of ease of use, I think the iOS is practically idiot-proof. But that in essence is what makes it so great. The robust amount of apps (despite most being garbage) really add a lot to the experience. Because there are some cool ones. Though I wish they would include drop-down menus to break the continuity of the litter of apps.
The phone itself is really a luxury item, not so much by price, but by feel and the tolerances on the phone. It is exquisitely crafted, the type only seen on high end phones (Goldvish, Gresso, Vertu, etc). I really love the way the screen seems to just float on top of the glass. It's really very futuristic looking. The screen angles are the best bar none despite what I said about super AMOLED (which is better for videos, movies and outside).
The camera is better than the 8mp on the Ericsson phones I have demoed, very easy to use and quite responsive. The video camera is good, not great but more than adequate. I notice jumpiness, more than I would want. Oddly enough the iPod touch 4th gen takes better videos.
Voice and call quality is very good though I do wish the speaker was at least as loud as a four year old Motorola v8. Is that too much to ask for Apple? I havent had too many signal issue that werent directly caused by AT&T's inferior service in the NYC metro area (yes it is really that bad). I had the proximity sensor issue when I got my phone in June but that has been addressed in 4.1. The phone is fairly zippy but not much more than the 3gs.