snonre, 11 Nov 2010BTW u still need the fring app to make video calls through 3g on the iphone. But the main poin... moreok so...why did u ask when u knew already??? whats ur point?
yeah fring takes all of 5 seconds to dl from the app market..
all phones have there issues.. u said it couldnt be done on 3g.. i answered yes it can. simple
so why did u come in here declaring it could not be done???
whats ur motive???
i have no idea but i do know u got too much time on ur hands
Anonymous, 11 Nov 2010ok so u own an 10 yr old nokia/se/samsung or whatever with a black and white screen thats onl... moreCool beans. Basically ANY phone has multiple functions, even the archaic ones when they also have games, calculators and such. Unless we're talking about the oldest devices possible, then this is constituted as a fact. But capitalizing, on one secondary feature of a phone (e.g. gaming) doesn't mean it should be treated as a dedicated device for that feature.
If, for example, a PS3 has a web browsing feature. Why use it extensively when you have the superior PC to do the job? Same goes for the iPhone. If you treat it more as a multimedia/gaming device than a phone, and then praise it as "the best portable console ever," then you're doing it wrong. Buy a handheld like a DS or PSP if you want real portable gaming. The iPhone 4, believe it or not, is made to make calls. If not Apple could have gone the iPod Touch route and get it over with.
An all-in-one solution cannot easily beat a dedicated device. The N8 would never win against a DSLR, the iPhone 4 cannot kill off the handheld industry, nor any other device can best a phone when it comes to calling and texting.
Anonymous, 11 Nov 2010an app called fring... what u think im lying to u??? why do u need to know how to do it? u do... moreBTW u still need the fring app to make video calls through 3g on the iphone. But the main point is you cant use it by default without doing something to the iphone (unlike other smartphones out there). And i heard fring on iphone has some issues
snonre, 11 Nov 2010Then care to explain how do u do it?an app called fring... what u think im lying to u???
why do u need to know how to do it? u dont even have the ip4
why r u even in this thread for that matter???
as i said do ur homework
snonre, 11 Nov 2010thats because u jail breaked ur iphone. but at the same time u void ur warranty and it is bad ... moreagain, u guys come in here trying to diss the ip4 and u dont have ur facts straight... no my iphone is not jailbroken
do your homework
Anonymous, 11 Nov 2010Email is old fashioned, now you just upload your pics to Facebook and they are there for every... morehow would u send a file larger than 20mb from ur phone to a friend right next to u???
Anonymous, 11 Nov 2010Email is old fashioned, now you just upload your pics to Facebook and they are there for every... moreI have email set up on my phone so if people are a long distance from me i will send thing by email, but why bother when its quicker and easier to use bluetooth when they're in the same room as you
TSH, 11 Nov 2010First, I should say that I like iPhone. It's a great piece of tech and has its place in the ma... moreEmail is old fashioned, now you just upload your pics to Facebook and they are there for everyone, at the same time.
Really, really old fashioned people who don't know how to set up email on their phone probably don't even have Bluetooth anyway and keep their contacts written in a book.
Anonymous, 11 Nov 2010apps yeah sure,i dint know that ebooks and website shortcuts and bookmarks are also counted as apps.spot on. And when nokia/others do that with their respective stores, they call it cheating. Lol.
Anonymous, 11 Nov 2010thats ok,strange though cas my housemate owns the sgs and games run so much better on the ip4 ... moreapps yeah sure,i dint know that ebooks and website shortcuts and bookmarks are also counted as apps.
[deleted post]thats ok,strange though cas my housemate owns the sgs and games run so much better on the ip4
anyways iphone app store beats the shit outta sammys and in a whole lot of other areas too
Anonymous, 11 Nov 2010u guys need to get ur facts straight... i can video call anyone (iphone/android etc...) on my... morethats because u jail breaked ur iphone. but at the same time u void ur warranty and it is bad cause this phone is fragile
u guys need to get ur facts straight... i can video call anyone (iphone/android etc...) on my 3g... yess! 3g!!!
Arturas, 11 Nov 2010Dude, you don't seem to understand how ridiculous you sound here. :D Bluetooth file transfers ... morelolllllllllllll, dude ur tripping!! 'same wi-fi service' ????? get ur facts straight bro! lol u actually thought that!?!?!?! wow...
X6, 11 Nov 2010too right, people tend to forget what a mobile phone was intended to do and invented in the 1s... moreo yeah a piece of crap thats still ranked higher than any nokia phone by pretty much any mobile review site on the net...not sayin much for other phones then i guess right???
X6, 11 Nov 2010too right, people tend to forget what a mobile phone was intended to do and invented in the 1s... moreok so u own an 10 yr old nokia/se/samsung or whatever with a black and white screen thats only purpose is to make calls right??
if u dont... ur comment is completely bias and void
think a little.
i don t undestand how we can compare the reliability of one phone to a brand of phone. so if you compare the iphone 4 with the complete range of blackberry (more of 10 models) of nokia it will false the result. you can t expect to have a fair comparaison.
Anonymous, 11 Nov 2010How's email hard? At least with email, I do not have to travel just send a file. Can you imag... moreFirst, I should say that I like iPhone. It's a great piece of tech and has its place in the market. I'm glad that Apple stepped up to challenge preconceptions about touch-screen devices. I just prefer other systems (in particular Symbian) over iOS for various reasons.
E-mail - has to be set up, as opposed to BT which requires zero setup whatsoever. Setting up e-mail isn't hard for many people, but it's not something that everyone has done on their phone. None of my sisters CBF with e-mail on their phones, but they can all BT a photo or phone number to me. On that subject: think outside of music. I can send and receive contact details, documents, notes, photos, music, recordings - any file on my phone's filesystem - to any nearby compatible device, wihtout incurring any data charges whatsoever. As for travelling 20 mins - your original suggestion was that e-mail was the *preferred alternative to BT*, meaning we're talking about PAN distances (~2m). Out of curiosity, what file browser do you use to select, attach and send files on your iPhone? I thought there was no such thing, but maybe I need an update?
Video calling - if it's such a non-issue that you never cared for it, how can I take a preference opinion seriously? Video calling isn't very expensive, and has all the convenience of a voice call, including that voicemail acts as a kind of "videomail".
Nothing I've said here is an exaggeration - if you feel I've stretched the truth somewhat, please point it out and I will address the misunderstanding.