Anonymous, 02 Sep 2010This is so funny reading all these anti-iPhone insecure comments. As more and more iPhone 4 ar... moreYup, when at the end of the day, all they can finally resort to are "stupid" and "idiot" like 9 year old kids, you know that it's just sheer desperation. Although I have no idea why I would get my panties in a twist, just cos someone likes a phone different from mine. Rather sad bunch really, these haters. Feel a bit sorry for the lil losers. I almost feel like agreeing with them next round just to make them feel a bit good about their lives lol.
[deleted post]It means there is a huge installed base, not necessarily 120 million of course. A huge installed base means that, when certain features such as Facetime is introduced, many will use it immediately. This enables the rollout of technology on a widescale.
This is also easier to do, on a standard interface, with a certain uniformity between devices, such as the iPhone, iPod Touch, and to a certain extent, iPad.
Not so easy to do in lets say the Windows Mobile world, or Android world, due to a myriad of devices with differences in spec and capability.
This is so funny reading all these anti-iPhone insecure comments. As more and more iPhone 4 are being sold throughout the world more and more people will realize how it is one of the best if not the best smart phones out in the market. There are only a small and I mean a fraction of people are only having problems and the rest are from haters that either lied and said they have one and hated it or lied and say they don't want one but really deep inside they want one but just can't get it but then have to settle for less elsewhere. There are over 5 millions iPhone 4 have been sold so far and 99% of the people that owns it loves it. And this number will continue to grow at a staggering pace.
With FaceTime now on iPod Touch and iPhone 4, this will quickly become a standard in video calling/conferencing, by virtue of the huge installed base of users.
120 Million iOS devices launched since original iPhone.
One hundred and twenty million! *Puts pinky near mouth
Anonymous, 01 Sep 2010The retina display is the iphone4's display. It has nothing to do with making calls. The cal... more????????????who needs the display???i thinl apple should get the basics right and take it from there. I am a DSLR user and semi pro photographer so dont tell me that iphone can replace a digital camera. As a matter of fact none of the mobiles can double up as a digital camera. My simple request is to accept the limitations of iphone and say yes it has major flaws and apple should take care of them. I dont like lies and STeve jobs tells u bunch of lies all the time.At the end of the day if u are happy with ur purchase and can live with ur limitations then its ur personal choice and ur happiness matters the most. As far I am concerned I have couple of Apple products from Imac to i7 macbook pro and i love them , But again I am happy that i got out of iphone era and moves forward to better handsets ..
amith, 02 Sep 2010hi guys.. do we still have the reception issues with the iphone 4 which is currently on sale i... more"hi guys.. do we still have the reception issues with the iphone 4 which is currently on sale in the US market??"
No the new software update adds more bars to make signal strength better.
Generally using a bumper case or holding it properly there are no signal issues at all.
Anonymous, 01 Sep 2010So how many basic phones can do 720p video @ 30fps? What's that? None, even the N8 can o... moreThe death grip is legit, I work in a Voda store and play around with it. You gotta grab it pretty hard though. Still huge bluetooth issues though. As for 720p recording - I own an x10 and that'll get Android 2.1 in third quater this year, which'll give it 720p. Advantage x10.
[deleted post]Lol, when you tell someone to go do there homework AND then tell them to use wiki, you lose all credibility :p .... Sorry but it's not a proper site for research.
[deleted post]Yep and Apple used the stuff they licensed from other companies and told Nokia to stfu.
I see Nokia is already copying the HDR camera idea for the N900.
Anonymous, 02 Sep 2010Wrong, it belongs to a consortium who are supposed to offer it fairly.
Nokia went against t... moreEverything that Apple didn't have the patent you are saying that Apple need to get their hands on for free, companies patent their technologies because the need to make companies like Apple pay for the use.
hi guys.. do we still have the reception issues with the iphone 4 which is currently on sale in the US market??
[deleted post]Wrong, it belongs to a consortium who are supposed to offer it fairly.
Nokia went against the agreements they made and deserve to be punished, which they will be, when it get's to court, just like they had to pay Qualcomm for stealing their technology.
Yep i tried both the N8 and iPhone 4.
N8 hasn't been released yet but comparing the 2 N8 has the better features. iPhone is good for apps and thats about it.
Anonymous, 02 Sep 2010i will never use a phone that i can't maximize the features. This phone is an example. You can... moreSo what are you doing posting here, then?
I would have thought this phone would hold no interest for you and you'd be busy "maximising the features" (whatever that's supposed to mean) on your phone of choice.
Anonymous, 02 Sep 2010HDR Photo is xerox patent technology not Apple just do your homework before you your stupidity. Who cares? HDR is coming to iPhone! This will definitely raise the bar for cameras on mobile phones. Bravo!
Wow you guys really have to see the Project Sword demo. You'll be like whaaat, that's running on a phone? Mega impressive :)
Anonymous, 02 Sep 2010Running on Unreal Engine 3... ...3 as in the latest version, not some stupid 10year old qua... moreHDR Photo is xerox patent technology not Apple just do your homework before you your stupidity.
Anonymous, 02 Sep 2010You are waiting for ios 4.1 to fix all those bugs with the iphone 4 Bluetooth & Proximity ... moreYup 4.1 is gonna be awesome! Every firmware update improves what's already a great phone. Game Center will be the equivalent of XBox Live in the mobile world.
Rage demo, Project Sword demo, just a hint of what the iPhone is capable of. Android will continue to sell loads of course, but for gaming iOS is where it's at!