Here's is my question, everybody buys a Blackberry cause you can ping free with your friends with BBM, now if iPhone and bb work together to a program that the BB's and the iPhone can ping together (for anybody who doesn't knows what ping is) Free messaging. I think i am going to buy the new blackberry bold 9650 or the iPhone 4g and the BB is winning cause all my friends have one and they ping together for free now iPhone has wazzup and stuff but that is like 2nd hand food.
Anonymous, 17 May 20104g refers to the device being apples 4th generation Iphone not the network speedI think your wrong dude
Anonymous, 16 May 2010It is the iPhone 4G, There is no 4G Network in Australia, so it will be a LONG time before it ... more4g refers to the device being apples 4th generation Iphone not the network speed
Anonymous, 16 May 2010If this is not UMTS900 then EPIC fail for use on the Optus and Vodafone networks in Australia.... morewhy bother with voda / optus when telstra have the worlds fastest 3g network, with supirior coverage and better prices?
It is the iPhone 4G, There is no 4G Network in Australia, so it will be a LONG time before it is released here... We are all waiting for the government to allow the networks to release a 4G network so that the infrastructure can be built so that we can start benefiting from the faster network speeds and new phones that will be coming out.
12334, 16 May 2010compared to the Nokia 8, i would no doubt purchase the Nokia 8. Apple seem to be fussy about t... morei can imagine the user expirance that the N8 will offer compared to iphone. don't be stupid by an android or palm or an iphone or even a Bada.
ive got an iphone myself, but that picture looks more like an htc, it's too square & rigid, all the other iphones have a slight curve to them, you only have to look at the ipad, they've made the same shape with them too, so i think it's a fake, i don't think they'd make such an ugly shape as that.
Apple want the lost IPhone in Vietnam!
If this is not UMTS900 then EPIC fail for use on the Optus and Vodafone networks in Australia.
Apple are too arrogant and have too many fan bois!
Bring on the Nokia N8
Anonymous, 16 May 2010Sure... and if you summed up the interest figures for iPhone 2G, 3G, 3GS and 4G together, woul... moreOh man, you comparing all iPhones interest against 1 Nokia model? How about against.. let's say 2? N8 and ancient 5800? 5800 was realized 2y ago or something?
STILL daily surfer interest for this model (according to this site) is more than any iPhone solely! Meaning?
C'mon be real. I compare newest models cause I want to change my Bold 9000 with some TS device in near future.
I want best gadget at this moment and last, but not least.. freedom
Sick and tired of "special" services, plans, extra paying for this and that etc etc.
Don't want to cut my sim, don't want to jailbrake blah blah
At this moment N8 give more for less.
Beside TS, witch is undoubtedly best on iPhone, every 4G hardware characteristic is 2 or more years behind Nokia.
I do not need phone as status symbol. I do not need chicks with uhhhhh.
I need affordable phone with top characteristics.
Maybe I will buy one 4G for my 16y old son to impress girls in school ,)
Anyway that's the reason why is made for, to be status symbol, isn't it?
compared to the Nokia 8, i would no doubt purchase the Nokia 8. Apple seem to be fussy about their product and dont like to share.
Anonymous, 15 May 2010Maybe best indicator is this site and surfer interes for iPhone 4G and Nokia N8
Take a look d... moreSure... and if you summed up the interest figures for iPhone 2G, 3G, 3GS and 4G together, would Nokia N8 still exceed them? I seriously doubt it. Use logic, man... "There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics." (M. Twain)
The latest iPhone may or may not bring revolutionary new features or design (that would call for "huge interest figures") after three generations, but that does in no way change the fact that iPhone is still a unique device, both HW and SW-wise, that most other manufacturers are still looking up to and most phones still being compared to. 'Nuff said.