appleuser, 21 Aug 2013Will this be available for iphone 4s?Yes, it will be available for iPhone 4s.
AnonD-129806, 16 Aug 2013NFC is dead.Haha. Not where I live. Just because you don't use it don't assume others don't.
I think the iphone should stick to what they had before,this is atrocious mate?
AnonD-58835, 16 Aug 2013iOS is nowadays old mobile OS. Android is much better.Yeah you will always love some thing which is free. . . .
Android is a copy and mere reflection of iOS and u support those copy cats. . .
it seems Steve Jobs has failed to invent some kind of communication device to enable him to communicate to Tim Cook after he is dead. still Apple is trying to reach Steve Jobs because they never understood what an innovation is and how to go about it. so they are keep polishing their hardware [iphone 4, 4s, 5] and keep polishing the software[iOS7]
Anonymous, 16 Aug 2013I said all Apple computers have USB. I Never said the IPhone had a USB connector. The iPhone... moreBut that's where you're missing the point, it's not like all other phones. With all other phones now I can use a cable with a micro USB or USB connector to the phone. Apple has used not one, but 2 proprietary connectors.
Anonymous, 16 Aug 2013All Apple computers have USB connectors, and USB drives work just fine on them. Have to have... moreI was talking about the iphone. Thought by mentioning NFC that would have been obvious.
Yes, I use my phone for work as well as entertainment. The restrictions of ios and the small screen doesn't work for me.
[deleted post]... Just use "Bump app or alt" for that man.
Unless you still using cavemen phone rofl.
Coming with airdrop now.. THATS even simpler.
Anyway, storage is more important. Eagerly waiting for 128gb release!
[deleted post]you still use bluetooth to send files? It's not the 90s anymore you know...
Anonymous, 16 Aug 2013What you say here? You can not connect a USB drive to iPhone. I said all Apple computers have USB. I Never said the IPhone had a USB connector. The iPhone, just like all cellular phones, requires a seperate cable to make a USB connection.