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Anonymous, 12 Aug 2010Why Apple doesn't have memory card slot extension? Because:
Apple has not developed their o... moreHave fun juggling three or four Micro SD cards, don't forget to unmount them properly before swapping them.
It's always fun when your settings all revert to default because your phone can't access files on the memory card.
Anonymous, 11 Aug 2010How did Nokia even get into this discussion?? Anyways Nokia is 100% standard.
The Iphone he... moreReally?
You obviously never came across Nokia's earliest phones with Bluetooth where they wouldn't work with other headsets.
Nokia's first "wireless" bluetooth headset was a joke it had a wire on it.
The headset supplied with Blackberries is interchangeable with the iPhone headset, neither of them work with Nokia's
Why Apple doesn't have memory card slot extension? Because:
Apple has not developed their own memory card standard. :D
When that happens, we, regular folk will be "taught" by our Lord and God Steve Jobs how microSD has become "obsolete" and how we must "at all cost" replace it with the Apple standard. Or else. We would all be "douche bags" :D :D :D
Then our God and Lord Steve Jobs would sell us the "revolutionary new" standard memory cards at triple the standard price :D
Anonymous, 11 Aug 2010You are 100% wrong the iPhone uses a standard 3.5 mm socket interchangeable with Blackberry, H... moreHow did Nokia even get into this discussion?? Anyways Nokia is 100% standard.
The Iphone headset on the other hand only works with Iphones....
The headphones will work but NOT the headset!
Anonymous, 11 Aug 2010that explains why there were so many irrelevant digs against Apple.Irrelevant? HARDLY. I bet your head must have exploded when the Galaxy S won that head-to-head review. xD
[deleted post]that explains why there were so many irrelevant digs against Apple.
Though I must say that Nokia's constribution is great in this evolution. They have pioneered many standards. Hope they set world on fire again may be in the form of MeeGo OS.
Anonymous, 10 Aug 2010No, you are mistaken... Yes headset standards of different manufacturers are different. Yet,... moreYou are 100% wrong the iPhone uses a standard 3.5 mm socket interchangeable with Blackberry, HTC, Motorola and the newest SonyEricsson's (X10 series), or normal headphones from stores in this case it's Nokia who are the odd ones out.
The SonyEricsson P800 had WiFi or WLAN as you called it back then, it's missing from your specs.
The first Nokia with Bluetooth was the 6210 Cyber Silver edition, an updated 6210 that was also Nokia's first tri-band phone, it predated the 6310.
Micro USB does not support video unlike Apples 30 pin dock connector, which uses usb at the other end of the cable anyway which is fast becoming the standard for chargers with HTC, SonyEricsson, Huawei and others using wall chargers with a USB socket and a separate data/charging cable.
and you guys forget about the good-old-now-defunct Siemens again...
anyone remember Siemens SL45?
Steve Jobs said we should like miroSD, MiniUSB and a radio?
Why, those graphs show people do want that stuff.
Iphone is not very nice
hunk143, 10 Aug 2010I must say, Samsung didn't contribute much to the History of mobile phones. After all no matte... moreHmmm.. maybe recently Samsung started to contribute something... like Samsung Wave was the first use Bluetooth v3.0 and first SuperAmoled screen...