Feb 27

Im thinking about getting an apple iphone 8gb. but i dont know if it would be worth it. i looovve phones but get tired of them really easily so i want to make sure this phone is like the shizz.
tell me how you like yours =]

Maybe you should go to an Apple store and play around with one first.

Personally, I think they’re mondo-cool.

Feb 27

What does the Ipad mean for smartphones? What I mean by this is, will people use the Ipad as an internet device instead of their blackberry,iphone…….And will it be as successful as the blackberry or iphone?

It’s not going to have any effect against the BlackBery or iphones. That’s like comparing aples to oranges, since the iPad is NOT a cellular phone device used to make phone calls.

Feb 27

im getting an ipod touch and i just want to ask um when you first get it what do you do?do you have to sync it to itunes or can you just charge it on the computer?and also tell me everything else about what to do on an ipod touch when you first get it!and what are the best things about an ipod touch?

first you plug it into the computer and then pull up itunes. then itunes wil ask you some information. itll ask for your credit card but dont worry they only ask you that so when you want to buy something off of the itunes store. so anyway then you just get songs from limewire or itunes and then to sync you just go to file and at the bottom it wil sync "whatever you name your ipod touch" or you could just click the picture of your ipod on the left hand side and you just wait until it says sync complete.

Feb 27

Hey, america! happy 4th. whatever. unpatriotic.
who here has an iPhone? tell me about it?!!? i need to know if it’s worth buying, how well it’s working, and all that sort of stuff. ;-)

I would wait to buy one, they have some things to work out, including the AT&T EDGE ‘G2′ service, which is much slower than EDGE ‘G3′ service..!!! Also battery is not user replaceable, among other issues…

Feb 27

http://online199.fapwinner1.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=TUBE

iPhone – Steve Jobs explains why the iphone is better than a blackberry. See how easy it is use an iphone just link the apple ipod.

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Feb 27

Jason Snell, Dan Moren, Ted Landau, Ryan Block, and Andy Ihnatko discuss the iPad at Macworld 2010 in San Francisco.

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Feb 27

Coming on the App Store March 1st, 2010. Rayman, the world-famous video game icon, is back and ready for action! Relive all the enjoyment of Rayman 2: The Great Escape, the game that brought the armless hero into 3D environments for the first time!

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Feb 27

How does the iPhone compare against Windows Mobile 6.5? This comparison shows you.

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Feb 25

Would the apple iphone work in mexico if i bought it in america?

While there are hacks to try and make the iPhone work outside the U.S., there is no guarantee it will work, and I would not recommend it. You may find that hacking will allow you to use some, but not all, the functions of the iPhone. I would wait until it is available in your area.

The iPhone is an amazing phone, well worth the purchase. I have been using the iPhone since June 29th, and just can’t get enough of it. I recall saying that if the iPhone was half as good as the ads show it to be, it would be incredible. I am happy to report that the iPhone is as good, if not better than what was shown in ads. Almost every day, I find something new I can do with it, or a new feature. While there are some shortcomings (no device would ever be perfect), the iPhone is truly an amazing device and I think that just about anyone would love it.

Pros:
- Compact
- Revolutionary and easy touch-screen interface.
- Easy-to-use.
- Quick access to every feature.
- Beautiful screen, easy to read even in direct sunlight.
- Cool and intuitive graphical user interface (GUI).
- iPod, Video iPod, Web browsing, e-mail, and phone all in one!
- Easy e-mail access from multiple accounts (you can get e-mails from Yahoo!, GMail, and many other accounts).
- Allows viewing of various attachments (e.g. PDF)
- Google Maps and driving directions make finding places and adding to your contact list a snap.
- Great widely used applications (Stocks, Weather, Maps, YouTube, iPod, etc.)
- Built-in WiFi (Zoomzoomzoom! Fast, fast, fast!)
- Features can be updated via a simple sync.
- Feels solid, metal-like.
- Scratch resistent screen (although, I would recommend getting a screen protector).
- Fairly good phone quality.

Cons:
- 4 GB or 8 GB may be too small storage capacity for those people who want to carry all of their music, and some videos with them (although psychologically either capacity sounds too low, in reality, even the 4 GB version would be more than enough for those folks wanting only a segment of their song listings — over 850 songs if you max out the 4 GB — or put a couple of full version movies and about 120 or so songs, or any number of combination may be just enough for many, if not most, users).
- No physical keyboard (the keyboard is accessed on the screen and would take a few days to get adjusted to).
- Can’t attach files in e-mail (although you can forward attachment you receive on the iPhone via e-mail).
- Can’t save images that were sent via e-mail.
- Can’t open certain attachements (e.g. MS Office, etc.).
- Can’t change position of icons and info (stocks, weather) (this will most likely be changed via software update from Apple).
- Can’t change ring profiles on the fly (this will most likely be changed via software update from Apple).
- No drag-and-drop capability.
- Can’t download pics to use as wallpaper unless its from the camera.
- Email doesn’t switch layout from horizontal to vertical like the Safari Web browser does (this will most likely be changed via software update from Apple).
- No back button, have to always press the Home button for the main menu.
- Can’t download additional ringtones (this will most likely be changed via software update from Apple).
- Third-party apps can only be accessed via the Safari Web browser (this can also be a good thing as it protects the phone from issues relating to installing applications on a device).
- No SD card expansion slot.
- You have to sync to get music/videos/podcasts.
- Uses the slower EDGE network instead of 3G network (this can also be a plus as 3G would suck battery life).
- Camera does not take videos; no flash.
- Screen smudges easily (I highly recommend getting a screen protector).
- No Adobe’s Flash support (this will most likely be changed via software update from Apple).
- Battery is not user replaceable, and would cost $85 to send to Apple for replacement.
- Can’t use bluetooth stereo headphones (this will most likely be changed via software update from Apple).

If you use your computer mostly for e-mail and some Web browsing, and are looking for an amazing phone that will allow you receive/send e-mail, browse the Web, and have the best of iPod and Video iPod, then the iPhone is for you. Although it is costly ($499 for the 4GB version, and $599 for the 8GB version), the phone offers the best of all worlds when it comes to multi-functional mobile device.

Although there is a rumour of a smaller, Nano-like version of iPhone with less functionality as the original iPhone coming out later this year in the U.S., a new version of the full-featured iPhone is unlikely to be released in the U.S. market until mid-2008. The European version of the iPhone, offered for the 3G network (much faster than the AT&T’s EDGE network) is slated to be released by the end of the year.

Feb 25

When I tried to sign up to test the Apple IPad, all these different promotions popped up and I couldn’t continue unless I buy something. Why is that?! Just give me the IPad to test out!

They are scams. iPad is not released yet, and some websites are just saying to give free iPad and let you buy things. They will earn money in behind, but quite probably you’ll not get the iPad after all those things done.

Just check for latest information of iPad here from time to time, and see the actual user reviews when it actually comes out. Quite probably Amazon will be selling it at a cheaper price too:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002C7481G?ie=UTF8&tag=ereader-2-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B002C7481G

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