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  Reply # 335952 28-May-2010 21:27
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PS
I bought the iphone 3g from vodafone
I bought the iphone 3gs from vodafone
I have a contract and data plan from vodafone.
And I will be buying the new iphone from vodafone. so a free micro simcard should be give away free don't you think.




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  Reply # 335957 28-May-2010 21:49
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Why not wait to see if they even offer the new iPhone before stressing about the sort of bundles you will be able to get??




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  Reply # 336250 30-May-2010 12:37
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lol because that is the fun of the iphone. thinking what will come with it, what its going to be like. etc etc.




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  Reply # 336268 30-May-2010 13:24
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Dreamy: lol because that is the fun of the iphone. thinking what will come with it, what its going to be like. etc etc.


 

Yes, but what lesson's have we learned from previous iPhones?

 

i.e: No copy & past
No multitasking

No ability to change wallpaper

No Bluetooth file sharing etc...

 

It could all change, now that those "Prototypes" are out there.




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  Reply # 336310 30-May-2010 16:33

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Dreamy: lol because that is the fun of the iphone. thinking what will come with it, what its going to be like. etc etc.


 

Yes, but what lesson's have we learned from previous iPhones?

 

i.e: No copy & past
No multitasking

No ability to change wallpaper

No Bluetooth file sharing etc...

 

It could all change, now that those "Prototypes" are out there.


WHAT? the iPhone does not have bluetooth??!

Is Steve Jobs so enraged with his own silly power that not only do they block flash, (which mind you Adobe helped make Apple a real brand in the first place!) But they haven't built-in blue-tooth??!

And on the topic of flash, Adobe should reconsider their ties with Apple if this is to continue, or just sue them like everyone else is doing right now for their anti-trust cases... 

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  Reply # 336315 30-May-2010 16:49
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The iPhone has Bluetooth but doesn't support many Bluetooth profiles such as OBEX that enable file transfers.

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  Reply # 336317 30-May-2010 17:07
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tardtasticx:
johnr:
GBristow: John: http://gizmodo.com/5520164/this-is-apples-next-iphone


Have seen all that until Apple says something its all rumors


Apples legal team apparently contacted Engadget and basicly said "its our proporty and we'd like it back thankyou" and turned up at their door and took it. Now apple cant do it if it isnt theirs because its stealing since they legally wouldnt own it. But like some people said, its a prototype so it could change before then but the iPad 3G uses micro-sim so apple will most likely follow suit from now on and use that.


I think you mean Engadget :)

Engadget is the good one, Gizmodo is the one run by little kids... 




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  Reply # 336352 30-May-2010 19:45
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tardtasticx:
Dreamy: lol because that is the fun of the iphone. thinking what will come with it, what its going to be like. etc etc.


 

Yes, but what lesson's have we learned from previous iPhones?

 

i.e: No copy & past
No multitasking

No ability to change wallpaper

No Bluetooth file sharing etc...

 

It could all change, now that those "Prototypes" are out there.


WHAT? the iPhone does not have bluetooth??!

Is Steve Jobs so enraged with his own silly power that not only do they block flash, (which mind you Adobe helped make Apple a real brand in the first place!) But they haven't built-in blue-tooth??!


And on the topic of flash, Adobe should reconsider their ties with Apple if this is to continue, or just sue them like everyone else is doing right now for their anti-trust cases... 


 

Read it properly. I said "No Bluetooth file sharing."

I know that it has Bluetooth, even my iPod does, but it's of no use to me since I don't ever intend on getting Nike what ever its called. But almost every single phone with bluetooth today does file sharing over bluetooth. It can't be that hard to do it.




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No bluetooth sync either on the iPhone which IMO is inexcusable. Cant even seem to send contacts to it from another phone when I tried. No idea if that is supposed to work or not.

A cable. Come on. thats so 1990s




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  Reply # 336722 31-May-2010 18:38
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richms: No bluetooth sync either on the iPhone which IMO is inexcusable. Cant even seem to send contacts to it from another phone when I tried. No idea if that is supposed to work or not.

A cable. Come on. thats so 1990s


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