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Poll Results: How do you feel about the iPhone?

 
  • 13% (23)
    I'm totally against it.
  • 25% (45)
    I dunno, seems pretty cool.
  • 17% (31)
    I might get one if I don't hear about a lot of problems after the release
  • 6% (12)
    Are you kidding? I am getting one at 6 PM on the 29th! Booyah!!
  • 36% (65)
    Who cares?
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post #81 of 297
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Malachor View Post
Why don't other majors carriers get it? Wouldn't Apple want to expand on it?
Cingular is the most popular service provider in the US right now. They will eventually expand but by having Apple choose AT&T as their provider, this reaches the largest audience (since there are 60 million AT&T users in the US, which is the most out of all the carriers). Eventually, they may expand but for now it's just for AT&T.

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Originally Posted by barrysgoods View Post
So the only place to buy an iphone will be at the at&t store? no apple stores are doing anything?
You can buy the iPhone through AT&T stores, Apple retail stores, store.apple.com, or through telesales (which is what I will be handling)

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Originally Posted by kidwolf909 View Post
Wow, that battery time is weak. That's gonna be a killer for it :-\\

5 hours of talk time will kill it? For anybody who receives/makes a call at least once per 30-60 minute period might wanna look into a spare battery.
The iPhone actually has a killer battery time. It has just as much, if not about half an hour more, talk time than the BlackBerrys and other top phones out there. You cannot get a spare battery. Standby time for the phone is projected to be in the 400-600 hour range, not sure of that exact detail as of now. They are using the same battery technology they use in the iPods, which is lithium polymer which lasts a very long time and has a quick recharge time.

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Originally Posted by kidwolf909 View Post
Well here's my big issue with the iPhone. I'm a bigggg time txt-er (if you will), on average I have ~2000 txts in and out per month, which is why I just bought the enV. But how on earth could anyone txt on a touchscreen? It would take an eternity to get a message typed out, and the battery would be used up just as fast as if you were watching a video.

With text-messaging becoming more and more popular amongst the younger crowd and even the older people, I think the iPhone is really going to fail in that sector of the market, and only really sell to bigwigs and people who only need a phone for calls and browsing, since E-mail from your iPhone will be a lost cause as well.

EDIT: And for those features, you might as well go with the more reliable, long-proven Blackberry.
Actually, the virtual keyboard on the iPhone is big enough to type very easily with. It also autocorrects your spelling. Also, just to throw this out there: Web browsing is actual web browsing on this phone. Meaning, you dont get a condensed version. You view actual websites in full color and full HTML. Woot.

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Originally Posted by OC'ing Noob View Post
What Apple fanboys dont seem to grasp is that the iPhone is not targetting the average consumer, at least not with those outrageous prices and AT&T's wrist slitting service plans. The iPhone is innovative, sexy, and amazing in every possible way (price tag included), but in the end, the average person will STILL view it as JUST a phone. Consider it like the 8800 Ultra or the PS3. No one is questioning whether it is great or not, just how realistic it is. Nvidia did NOT have the average consumer in mind when they pumped out that high priced card (is it like 800 bucks or something?). instead they were focusing on die hard gamer geeks, benchmark boasters, and putting out a bar. Same concept applies with the iPhone. Its a great product, but not really something targetted at the mass consumers. Yes, hard core techies and apple fanatics will clamor about how cool it is, but at the end of the day, they and the wealty will be the only one that will buy one. Do I think its amazing? Yes! Do I think its revolutionary? Yes! Do I think the world will need something like this any time soon? Not until prices come down in price range. Do I see this as something the average consumer will consider buying? Not for a long long time. iPod sold because it had a competitive price and the average consumer can afford it. One simply cannot justify spending half a grand a year to purchase a multimedia phone. The people who do get one, I am jealous of your phone and your deep wallets or wanton waste of money. As much as I like it, sensibly, I cannot be convinced it is a good "investment"
They are actually looking at everyone. They are trying to sell to die-hard Mac Loyalists, value shoppers and even your average soccer mom. It has features that would be appealing to all three groups and the $499 4GB version of the phone is not that outrageous considering the features and design of the phone.

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Originally Posted by MGX1016 View Post
I'm just really upset with all these crap lame phones..

Take a look at sidekick 3, it's basically as good as iphone but the interface is eh.. It should be a touchscreen but can slide up for keyboard. That would be awesome along with some extra features such as a 2MP camera the Sidekick 3 would cost maybe 250$ but still be worth it..

T-Mobile MDA is like a sidekick done right with 8125 from att compete ting
T-Mobile Wing is a revamped sidekick, also done right with 8525 from att competing..

Also with making a phone for cingular why NOT have 3G! It makes no sense to hold back on that..
A 3G version of the phone will be out soon. Not sure why they didn't go 3G in the first place, but it WILL be out.
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I feel bad for Apple...they know they're coming out with a product that isn't actually that groundbreaking anymore, yet they're getting tons of hype over it. You can turn a WM5 pocket PC smartphone into an iPhone with about 30 minutes of effort.
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Originally Posted by ItsBobtista View Post
Cingular is the most popular service provider in the US right now. They will eventually expand but by having Apple choose AT&T as their provider, this reaches the largest audience (since there are 60 million AT&T users in the US, which is the most out of all the carriers). Eventually, they may expand but for now it's just for AT&T.



You can buy the iPhone through AT&T stores, Apple retail stores, store.apple.com, or through telesales (which is what I will be handling)



The iPhone actually has a killer battery time. It has just as much, if not about half an hour more, talk time than the BlackBerrys and other top phones out there. You cannot get a spare battery. Standby time for the phone is projected to be in the 400-600 hour range, not sure of that exact detail as of now. They are using the same battery technology they use in the iPods, which is lithium polymer which lasts a very long time and has a quick recharge time.



Actually, the virtual keyboard on the iPhone is big enough to type very easily with. It also autocorrects your spelling. Also, just to throw this out there: Web browsing is actual web browsing on this phone. Meaning, you dont get a condensed version. You view actual websites in full color and full HTML. Woot.



They are actually looking at everyone. They are trying to sell to die-hard Mac Loyalists, value shoppers and even your average soccer mom. It has features that would be appealing to all three groups and the $499 4GB version of the phone is not that outrageous considering the features and design of the phone.



A 3G version of the phone will be out soon. Not sure why they didn't go 3G in the first place, but it WILL be out.

Still what makes this better than a cingular 8125 or tmobile MDA? Tell me that.
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Originally Posted by ItsBobtista View Post
The iPhone actually has a killer battery time. It has just as much, if not about half an hour more, talk time than the BlackBerrys and other top phones out there. You cannot get a spare battery. Standby time for the phone is projected to be in the 400-600 hour range, not sure of that exact detail as of now. They are using the same battery technology they use in the iPods, which is lithium polymer which lasts a very long time and has a quick recharge time.
You're not going to sell me on the phone by saying it uses the same battery as an iPod. Everyone knows at least one person that has had a battery fail. But Apple thinks it's a great idea to not let the end user replace the battery, which would have fixed a lot of the problems. In the end it's another piece of hardware that wants to do everything for you and is not customizable. I'm tired of products that are made without screws or end user replaceable items. I'd rather have a cell in which I can take the battery, sim card or screen off when I need too (And I've needed to do all three). I don't feel like sending my icrap off to a icrap fixer to pay 4x what the parts cost when I could have done it faster at home. That didn't mean to get turned into a rant, but it did, sorry. I don't see the use of the a iPhone, and it is way too expensive, plus repairs (all Apple products require them at some point) are going to be through the roof.
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You're not going to sell me on the phone by saying it uses the same battery as an iPod. Everyone knows at least one person that has had a battery fail. But Apple thinks it's a great idea to not let the end user replace the battery, which would have fixed a lot of the problems. In the end it's another piece of hardware that wants to do everything for you and is not customizable. I'm tired of products that are made without screws or end user replaceable items. I'd rather have a cell in which I can take the battery, sim card or screen off when I need too (And I've needed to do all three). I don't feel like sending my icrap off to a icrap fixer to pay 4x what the parts cost when I could have done it faster at home. That didn't mean to get turned into a rant, but it did, sorry. I don't see the use of the a iPhone, and it is way too expensive, plus repairs (all Apple products require them at some point) are going to be through the roof.
Then buy the warranty and get a free replacement if it fails on you. That's what they are there for.
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Aren't you required to have to sign up for iTunes in order to have this phone or something like that. I want to get that cleared up.
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Spoken like a true diehard PC Fanboy.

Hey PC Fanboy,
iPod Nano 8GB = $249 (iPhone beats this with touch widescreen)
BlackBerry 8100 = $399
(1.3 mp camera compared to iPhone 2mp, no memory only cardslot, smaller screen)
palm Treo 750 Smartphone = $899
So let's say smart phones are anywhere between $399 and $899, and assume the iPhone is somewhere between the two, so iPhone smart phone features are woth $649.

iPhone value = $649 (sp features) + $249 (iPod features) = $898.

And to think Apple is only charging $599!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Man, thank goodness it isn't Microdud setting the pricing :-)



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Originally Posted by OC'ing Noob View Post
What Apple fanboys dont seem to grasp is that the iPhone is not targetting the average consumer, at least not with those outrageous prices and AT&T's wrist slitting service plans. The iPhone is innovative, sexy, and amazing in every possible way (price tag included), but in the end, the average person will STILL view it as JUST a phone. Consider it like the 8800 Ultra or the PS3. No one is questioning whether it is great or not, just how realistic it is. Nvidia did NOT have the average consumer in mind when they pumped out that high priced card (is it like 800 bucks or something?). instead they were focusing on die hard gamer geeks, benchmark boasters, and putting out a bar. Same concept applies with the iPhone. Its a great product, but not really something targetted at the mass consumers. Yes, hard core techies and apple fanatics will clamor about how cool it is, but at the end of the day, they and the wealty will be the only one that will buy one. Do I think its amazing? Yes! Do I think its revolutionary? Yes! Do I think the world will need something like this any time soon? Not until prices come down in price range. Do I see this as something the average consumer will consider buying? Not for a long long time. iPod sold because it had a competitive price and the average consumer can afford it. One simply cannot justify spending half a grand a year to purchase a multimedia phone. The people who do get one, I am jealous of your phone and your deep wallets or wanton waste of money. As much as I like it, sensibly, I cannot be convinced it is a good "investment"
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Originally Posted by MGX1016 View Post
Yes, what makes this better than say a Cingular 8525?
Other than the extra memory so lemme say this: What makes it better than a Cingular 8125..
Cingular 8525 has:
128MB ROM / 64MB RAM; ~51MB user available memory
for $599

iPhone has:
8GB!!!!!
for $599

Hmmm must be some PC Fanboy math going on here. iPhones cost more - I tell you iPhones cost more - Do you believe me yet - Did I mention iPhones cost more!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Originally Posted by ItsBobtista View Post
Then buy the warranty and get a free replacement if it fails on you. That's what they are there for.
You shouldn't have to buy the extended warranty to make sure your stuff doesn't fail.

oharag, I don't understand why you are calling him a "PC Fanboy". He never said, omg go buy the zune phone becuase microsofts is much beterers. PC also means "Personal Computer" , so your apple branded box is, get this, a PC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Oh, and please don't double post
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I don't plan on getting any extended warranty, Apple is excellent with backing up their products. If I ever have any problems I can just go into the store and talk to a Genius for free. I had to do this with my Macbook once and they were extremely helpful and they formatted the computer for me and I was all set to go in 25 minutes.

I truly believe that for the money the hardware and software are well well worth it. The major thing I am worried about is the cost of the service plan. I can afford to shell out $600 for the best and smallest ipod, phone, and internet device since I only buy a new phone once every five years, but I don't think I could afford paying $80+ a month for data and phone plans.
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