Kyubii, 14 Jan 2009It's still concidered an email lol your just emailing to an phone i use to do that with my gir... moreOn the plan that includes bundled data I got with my iPhone an email costs almost nothing, an SMS costs 25c.
Why would I need a laptop to access the Internet? I have the web created by hand on my iPhone and can use it as much as I want from anywhere with phone coverage.
btw buying a phone on a two year contract is normal for Australia, that's the way it's been for twenty years, the iPhone is about the same price as any other smartphone, it costs less than an N96 on the same plan.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970It's still concidered an email lol your just emailing to an phone i use to do that with my girl when i broke my phone ...i emailed her cellphone.....
Malikye, 14 Jan 2009a friend of mine sent me a text asking for help. he doesn't have the internet on his phone and... moreI have a similar but better scenario for that. I went to my safari browser on my iphone, used pastebud application to copy and paste a webpage, and emailed it to my friend as an SMS so he would receive it as a text message not an email. I was not charged for that sms because I used my iphone's email to send the SMS =)
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2009"So your telling me for that movie and the fight scenes were finished then uploaded on some ip... moreI'll show you the clip and it's more like spectators since it was a house party fight
Kyubii, 14 Jan 2009So your telling me for that movie and the fight scenes were finished then uploaded on some iph... more"So your telling me for that movie and the fight scenes were finished then uploaded on some iphones,synced at the same time to play as if they were recording a fight XD"
You lost me there, lol. I don't even know what you're tyring to say, LOL. What I was trying to say is, whether you are taking a video, or taking a photo. You have to hold and focus your device on the object. So if that spectator was holding an iphone, he/she was more than likely just waiting for the right moment to capture a photo by constantly holding it in place. The iphone's video capabilities have been disabled by Apple, so why would they promote it as a video camera phone?
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2009Do you know what frequency response is? That's the sound frequencies an amplifier will outp... moreWow man have you gone to modmymoto.com that app is there go get and see for yourself
a friend of mine sent me a text asking for help. he doesn't have the internet on his phone and he needs some information. i used Opera browser on my Windows Mobile phone, searched for the information, highlighted the information, copied it. i then went back to his text message, replied to him by pasting the information to the text, sent the text.
copy and paste - what a nice and convenient feature to have
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Oh my gosh, where did your brain go? I know you're exaggerating, so I was being sarcastic =)
One brings what one needs to bring. That's all I can say. I always have my digital camera in my car or in my messenger bag just in case I need to capture an important moment that no camera phone can give justice to. All the other moments, my iphone is good enough. On BT, I will say it again, it is a good feature, and handy, and convenient, but it is not a dealbreaker for us iphone users. We can still send that file via email, and we would give up such a wonderful device such as the iphone just because it cannot BT pics, as if bluetoothing pictures is what we do all day. Nope.
Then why would you even consider an iphone if you live in a country that does not vastly support internet? Internet is a major key player to the iphone's functionalities. It would not make sense to get the iphone if you do not subscribe full internet. Get a basic phone. That's all you need in a country that does not support internet. Gosh, thank heavens I'm in the US.
Kyubii, 14 Jan 2009It's possible cause i had a V360 and i had an app that repelled bugs at a high frequency just ... moreDo you know what frequency response is?
That's the sound frequencies an amplifier will output on a device like a phone.
They cut out at around 20,000 Hz, which is the limit of human hearing.
Here's a tip, don't beleive everything you see in movies, if you jump off a building you won't fly like superman.
abdullah, 14 Jan 2009hello nokia n79is the latest nokia phone so i want to ask are there anyone heard about nokia ... moreDo you know what concept designs are lol doesn't look like it.look for Nok future and you'll see there future concept cellphones
nokia n79is the latest nokia phone so i want to ask are there anyone heard about nokia 6639 or nokia 888 pr nokia AEON??? why idunot phound any reviw of these phones here?
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2009I think I'll buy a 5800, it better have all that sonic radar stuff like Batman or I'm taking i... moreIt's possible cause i had a V360 and i had an app that repelled bugs at a high frequency just like dog wistles and worked damn well but it ate bat life like mad
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2009I'm sure they took videos of those fights on YouTube. That's how it got to YouTube in the fir... moreSo your telling me for that movie and the fight scenes were finished then uploaded on some iphones,synced at the same time to play as if they were recording a fight XD ...as if it was really able to record vid with out jailbreaking it...it's that false advertising there!
I think I'll buy a 5800, it better have all that sonic radar stuff like Batman or I'm taking it back for a refund.
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2009I'm sure they took videos of those fights on YouTube. That's how it got to YouTube in the fir... moreFalse info..wrong, like i told you i'll send you the link so you can see for yourself and my workout
"Handwriting recognition" ... hmmm how uncool is that, I mean that you have to carry a stupid stylus (which has never been cool)... and you end up getting everything you just wrote totally wrong...
And I consider(ed) myself a Nokia fan.
BTW Browsing flash-enabled pages on a Nokia is so frustrating, so slow, you get like 5 FPS, and you have to 'open' every single flash animation you want to see first...
Kyubii, 14 Jan 2009I'm not dictatiting crap, your statement is invalid man ...look on youtube ,break,fight.com pe... moreI'm sure they took videos of those fights on YouTube. That's how it got to YouTube in the first place. But how can you be sure that none of those spectators took pictures as well? You can't.
As for that clip on that movie. There is no way for you to be sure that they were taking a video and not a photo with their iphones, unless you see them demonstrating by pressing an icon that says "video" on the iphone, which there is none. What you're doing is more of giving false information to badmouth the iphone =)
Kyubii, 14 Jan 2009I'll post you a youtube link and then you'll think differently and why did london stop playing... moreWhen you see an airline commercial promising a smooth, comfortable and convenient flight. Should that be taken as an absolute truth to be expected every time you fly with that airline? NO. Advertisements and commercials are to be taken with a grain of salt. There's politics behind that iphone ad stoppage in London that we do not know about. There are countless of ads making sweet, "too good to be true" promises. How come they didn't stop those as well? That incident is more than meets the eye.
I use my iphone to browse the web every day. And I can attest that 95% of the time, it does look like how it is on my computer (5% being not having flash support). So for them to make that claim on a commercial is speculatively acceptable.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970I'm not dictatiting crap, your statement is invalid man ...look on youtube ,break,fight.com people take videos of people getting beat up or people being beat ...tell me this - if you saw someone getting beaten up
a. Take a pic
b. Record the damn thing and upload it all on the net
who really took a pic with there iphone in that movie...no one cause they were busy fake recording with it thus false advertising...?
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2009It would be a smart choice if you want to be stuck with the same phone for 2 or 3 years. Of co... moreAs I have said, and I will say it again. It depends on which option works for you. You know yourself better more than anyone else. If you are the type who gets tired of a phone after 3 months, then obviously a contract is not for you. But then if you do not have a problem sticking with a carrier for 2 yrs, then I do not see any reason why you should not take the offer of a big discount on an otherwise very expensive phone like the iphone or the N97. Having options and weighing your options is a smart thing. Contracts can be bad, but it can work for some as well.