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Monday, September 27, 2010


Apple iPhone
iPhone 4 It's June and you know what that means: a new iPhone model. The iPhone 4 once again had thousands of people standing in line at absolutely ungodly hours, waiting and hoping to get Apple's latest wonder toy. And the iPhone 4 is undoubtedly the best iPhone yet with a stunning industrial design, superb build quality, an excellent camera and free video chatting over WiFi. The Retina Display is extremely sharp and easy on the eyes and the smartphone is very fast. But all isn't perfect with the iPhone 4, and that gives the competition a little room to breath.

iPhone 3GS Another summer and another iPhone are here. The iPhone 3GS is Apple's newest phone to take the world by storm, or at least a modest tempest. The new model looks the same as the old, but it sports more storage (16 and 32 gig), has a 3 megapixel camera with autofocus and VGA video recording at 30fps, it supports Bluetooth stereo headphones and adds voice dialing and voice command. It's noticeably faster too thanks to a new CPU and graphics chip. 3G HSDPA speed should double once AT&T builds out their upgraded 7.2Mbps network which the iPhone 3GS supports thanks to upgraded hardware.

iPhone 3G Another year and another iPhone has hit the market, this time worldwide, with just as much fanfare as the first model. Though the iPhone 3G adds only a few new features, they're big ones: 3G HSDPA and a GPS. Other improvements include better audio, improved Bluetooth and that nifty new 2.0 iPhone operating system pre-installed, which adds support for 3rd party applications that are easy to download and install via iTunes on the desktop or directly to the iPhone. The phone has a curvy back that feels better in hand and looks great, though it's slippery as heck. The iPhone 3G is a quad band GSM world phone with worldwide HSDPA support, and it's sold by AT&T in the US.

iPhone Probably the most talked about consumer electronics or mobile phone ever, the iPhone is finally here. And yes, it works as well as it does in the demo videos on Apple's website. The iPhone is wildly innovative thanks to its unique touch screen that's gesture sensitive, multi-press aware and it even knows when it's close to your face and turns the touch screen off. It's super-fast, has the best web browser we've seen on a PDA or smartphone, syncs to Macs and PCs, is a full iPod Video and it has a capable email client. It's available only through AT&T, and it's a GSM world phone with EDGE for data. Also included are a 2MP camera, WiFi and Bluetooth 2.0 +EDR.

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