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  Reply # 302984 28-Feb-2010 15:02
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andrewcnz: 3G 900 support maybe?


People have been saying that since the 3G :P


but anyways, I took a leap and just went and bought a 3Gs the other day - 32GB... Already had it replaced though.

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  Reply # 304484 4-Mar-2010 17:15

It would be silly for them to incorporate LTE into the new iPhone. Barely any major markets support it. I would hope they'll keep the same frequency setup (however there are rumors of supporting normal CDMA with a dual chip).

Definitely wait for it, the announcement will most likely be at WWDC next month.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 311510 26-Mar-2010 08:46
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Based on the way Apple wait for things to "mature" before they join the ranks, I'd say LTE will be at least 2 iPhones away.




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  Reply # 311535 26-Mar-2010 09:35
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It shouldn't be long before credible rumours start appearing like there was with the last few releases apple have made




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  Reply # 311581 26-Mar-2010 11:27
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Apple have been pretty good about maintaining a consistent OS platform across the various iPhone hardware releases. The current crop of iPhones are great. In the next iteration you can expect some slightly upgraded hardware specs but nothing revolutionary, along with an updated OS. If you jumped now you'll get the updated OS and features in due course anyway so unless there was something that you need the current hardware to do which it can't I'd simply buy now.




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  Reply # 311584 26-Mar-2010 11:29
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ald: Apple have been pretty good about maintaining a consistent OS platform across the various iPhone hardware releases. The current crop of iPhones are great. In the next iteration you can expect some slightly upgraded hardware specs but nothing revolutionary, along with an updated OS. If you jumped now you'll get the updated OS and features in due course anyway so unless there was something that you need the current hardware to do which it can't I'd simply buy now.

Couldn't have said that better myself, actually.





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  Reply # 311586 26-Mar-2010 11:33
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ald: Apple have been pretty good about maintaining a consistent OS platform across the various iPhone hardware releases. The current crop of iPhones are great. In the next iteration you can expect some slightly upgraded hardware specs but nothing revolutionary, along with an updated OS. If you jumped now you'll get the updated OS and features in due course anyway so unless there was something that you need the current hardware to do which it can't I'd simply buy now.


and that's why I jumped now. A 1200MP camera and mildly faster processor isn;t that important to me on a smartphone.

FWIW, I now have a 32gb 3Gs




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  Reply # 321899 23-Apr-2010 05:43
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the SIM card move to right hand side, but is change to MicroSIM,,,,NZ SIM card will be same?

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  Reply # 321962 23-Apr-2010 09:34
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puzzer: the SIM card move to right hand side, but is change to MicroSIM,,,,NZ SIM card will be same?


New Zealand will have to start selling Micro Sim cards




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  Reply # 321963 23-Apr-2010 09:36
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puzzer: the SIM card move to right hand side, but is change to MicroSIM,,,,NZ SIM card will be same?


New Zealand will have to start selling Micro Sim cards


and both Telecom and vodafone have indicated they will be able to/ are ready to source micro-sims





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  Reply # 322261 23-Apr-2010 23:14
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Aaroona:
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puzzer: the SIM card move to right hand side, but is change to MicroSIM,,,,NZ SIM card will be same?


New Zealand will have to start selling Micro Sim cards


and both Telecom and vodafone have indicated they will be able to/ are ready to source micro-sims


that will be great, finally i can put my iphone 1G to the rubbish bin,,,,,LOL

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puzzer:
Aaroona:
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puzzer: the SIM card move to right hand side, but is change to MicroSIM,,,,NZ SIM card will be same?


New Zealand will have to start selling Micro Sim cards


and both Telecom and vodafone have indicated they will be able to/ are ready to source micro-sims


that will be great, finally i can put my iphone 1G to the rubbish bin,,,,,LOL


You're not seriously going to bin it are you O_O





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  Reply # 324905 29-Apr-2010 19:13
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I'll take it! Hubby can have it..he's got our very old, very "dumb" first family cell phone still. Then he can call me on my upcoming new iphone. :)

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  Reply # 324907 29-Apr-2010 19:19
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the newiphone willrun on cdma network,
check out http://www.iphoneos3.com/2009/11/08/new-verizon-iphone-next-year-says-otr-global/ for all the info




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  Reply # 324940 29-Apr-2010 20:13
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maknz: It would be silly for them to incorporate LTE into the new iPhone. Barely any major markets support it.


Same can be said with the iPad. They went to the micro-sim because it was the next best thing and they had to have it first like everything else. They will most likely do this with LTE, Making it future proof.




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