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Topic # 26849 5-Oct-2008 19:29
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Heya,

What are your opinions on the likely hood of a new iphone for 2009. What would you like to see in a new iphone? intel processor, better camera, more storage, Dual sim etc. etc.

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  Reply # 169169 5-Oct-2008 20:04
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Wireless N, Intel Cpu, VIDEO CAMERA. mabey a flash on the camera?

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Reply # 169180 5-Oct-2008 20:43
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Dual G5 processors, iSight camera (x2), stylus...what else would you want!!! 

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  Reply # 169189 5-Oct-2008 21:23
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I'm actually hoping the next iPhone will levitate alongside me as I walk down the street ... such a hassle having to hold the thing you know!

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Reply # 169190 5-Oct-2008 21:27
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Symbian OS

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  Reply # 169250 6-Oct-2008 10:15
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boby55: Wireless N, Intel Cpu, VIDEO CAMERA. mabey a flash on the camera?

and a battery three times the size of the phone to support it. Wink

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  Reply # 169256 6-Oct-2008 11:25
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I hope this one has a cheese grater.

Mine broke.

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  Reply # 169277 6-Oct-2008 12:32
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Mine doesn't do enough of changing water into wine (and they dare call it a Jesus-phone).




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  Reply # 169290 6-Oct-2008 13:38
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A 'phone' function that answers and works reliably would be a nice touch.




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  Reply # 169468 7-Oct-2008 07:10
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maybe some rubber edges so it works better as a puck for air hockey

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  Reply # 169520 7-Oct-2008 10:52
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I'm with redjungle. Regular 'phone' features would be nice. You know, voice dial, bluetooth file transfer etc. It's Apple though, they'll give you one or two more features and you'll have to wait for the next model for what you really wanted.

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  Reply # 169524 7-Oct-2008 11:03
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More than likely 32Gb HDD even 64Gb ??




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Reply # 170669 12-Oct-2008 01:40
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wireless ad hoc messaging/filesharing/paintchat? good for communicating on uni lectures.

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  Reply # 170845 13-Oct-2008 13:56
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psychrn: More than likely 32Gb HDD even 64Gb ??


That is ultra unlikely. SSD's that size are very expensive. I think the max we're ever gong to see from them is 32GB.




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  Reply # 170872 13-Oct-2008 16:09
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DRM free....

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