What makes the iPhone such an amazing success are a few facts like it's design, it's always being connected, it's business support, it's huge number of 3rd party applications and last but not least the fact that it's from Apple. Whoever possesses one of those incredible devices would never want to miss it again. Meanwhile the iPhone has sold over 20 Million times.The iPhone has the very potential to become an all in one computer, as soon as there will be an easy "Wireless Docking" for keyboards, monitors and all the other devices which cannot yet be used with the iPhone due lack of interfaces and after all still mostly have to be wired even to desktop and laptop computers and/or are yet built into the same.
Just let's think a bit ahead in time and imagine that all printers, cameras, backup drives, monitors and any other imaginable device would connect wirelessly via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. Then let's add a bit of more than the current level of speech recognition, say free speech recognition instead of preset commands, and there we are. There is a saying that whatever can be thought can be made. Every Star Trek fan would underwrite that and thus, besides millions of others, love his iPhone as it is and anticipate more. Already now, as we all know, the iPhone has an almost fully featured web browser, mail, calendar, address book and cross platform wireless syncing via Mobile Me. Should you feel like that something is missing in the report which you are about going to read now, feel free to send your opinion and/or suggestions to:
Even though this Report is about the iPhone, we have to consider the existence of the "iPod Touch" a device that does the greater part of what the iPhone does, except for example making phone calls of course. If you are an iPhone owner, you are probably thinking that there is no way to change from an iPhone to an iPod touch. Well, we are not trying to tell you otherwise, nevertheless we are going to tell you about a few circumstances under which you could find yourself in a position to consider exactly that, meaning to have an ordinary phone for some purposes and an iPod touch for other purposes. Please understand that we are trying to give you information as objective as possible, because only then can you make the most of your purchased devices and only then can you set yourself free from the mainstream. Since we strongly believe that users of an iPhone and/or of Apple Computers have a tendency to set themselves apart from the mainstream. Perhaps you remember the headline wish was: "Think different!" We felt that this is a fact that has to be considered while writing this report. If you believe that this statement applies to you, just have a look at:
and find out more about "Thinking different" but this time not in relation to the iPhone or Apple Inc. As we are fully aware that you are most probably reading this report because you are also most probably an iPhone owner or at least interested in buying one, we shall first pay full attention to the iPhone, before we are going to explain a few things about the various possible reasons why to buy which phone for what purposes. Anyway that would only apply for someone who wants or has to get the most for the least of expenses.
As we are certainly fully aware, that Apple is trying hard to make jail broken iPhones useless or at least to reduce their usefulness. This makes perfectly sense since one huge part of the deal which Apple has with most of the providers who are selling their iPhones, is that the customers are forced to stick with the one and only provider in their country, as well while roaming abroad, what makes things even worse. For a user of an iPhone in the US this sounds perhaps like a minor issue, while a European customer, who comes across a country border and thus a network border every few hundred kilometers, will strongly disagree with this assessment. This is why for customers who roam frequently, unlocking their iPhone is almost a must. We know that many fans of the iPhone are Jailbreaking it for the benefit to be one step ahead of the present capabilities of their iPhone and that many of them are unlocking it for the only purpose to feel free of restrictions put down on them by others. Albeit these users are often an important part of the iPhone family who help to make things happen by making them happen if Apple does not come up with things fast enough, this report is directed mostly to the iPhone users who really need it, who really use it and who really would have to pay a lot of money unnecessarily if Apple and the service providers would have things entirely and undisturbed their way. Apples attempts to undo the efforts of the jailbreaking community differ quite a bit.
There are, let's call it two main levels of attempts.One level is to make small updates, sometimes without real benefit to the user but just to render the functionality of jailbroken iPhones less useful. The second level is to change the "base band" which is the generic name given to the internal components of the iPhone. We are talking about those components that handle calls, Internet access etc. If that level of update was used, most often the current version of a jailbreaking tool is not doing the job anymore, which means that the user has to wait with until a new version of jailbreaking tool is released. Now that could mean that someone who is used to certain functions and even worse, is updating his iPhone while abroad, could remain stranded with device that does not fulfill this particular users needs for the moment. Again we recommend reading the various comparisons and arguments pro and against the purchase of which device under which circumstances.That means for you: Never update your iPhone under less than perfect conditions, meaning full access to the internet through means other than the iPhone, also meaning help within reach and also meaning that your main computer with all the appropriate backups, B'marks, manuals etc. is at the ready .
If you are thinking about getting any cell phone, the costs of the plans are important to be aware of anyway. But if you are thinking of getting a smart phone, such as the iPhone, knowing the costs involved can be even more crucial, since amounts involved easily reach the thousands. Just so you get an idea of what you are getting into, various Web sites offer costs and comparisons of the iPhone and other smart phones on the market. BillShrink.com would be one of them. It did a comprehensive comparison of the new generation smart phones, and examined the iPhone 3GS, the Palm Pre and the Android G1. In addition to looking at the services the phones provide, storage capacity and other factors, the site also noted overall costs. By their deduction, the iPhone 3G is listed as costing an average of $3,840 for a year, and that is much more than the other two. Another site looking into this is was PC-World. They had an article that said the iPhone will cost an average of $160 per month or as much as a car. But the site noted that, after two years, the plans generally even themselves out. However we think that they were quite a bit pessimistic and that not all providers apply the same charges. Sprint should cost no more than $2,600 all flat. But which smart phone, thus leading edge user, keeps his main phone for more than two years. Considering this and that the now new phone will then be replaced with a new plan for i.e. two years, the costs appear relatively permanent and are thus worth to be looked at closely and dealt with towards efficiency. We found that, among the most popular smart phones on the market, there isn’t a big difference in the total cost of ownership, device, service contract, and so on over two years. But that bears repeating, no matter whether you pay $2,600 or $3,800 and course using fewer of the services can make it cost less but at any rate, just know that the iPhone, although cool and handy, does come at high costs. If it fits into your budget, that’s great. But if it doesn't’t fit in perfectly and if your employer doesn't pay for it, it is better to know the costs before you sign on a contract. Next to other reasons we again want to bring to your attention that part of this report, which is dealing with exactly, this matters, meaning cost efficiency, which you shall find further down reading.
- Device Wide Search Function
- Copy - Paste - Select All - Do - Undo functionality
- Keyboard In Landscape Mode For Most Key Applications
The following applications are now running with the virtual keyboard in landscape mode:
Mail Newly Available
Music Previously Available
Apple should call this iTunes and add air tunes to its features. Also the app store should be one app with the iTunes music store like on laptop & desk- tops. For a many years Mac user, to make this difference is unnecessarily confusing. Further the Music lists are still not available in landscape mode, for songs with long names.
Safari Previously Available
Photos Previously Available
Apple should choose one name for all platforms, for example iPhoto Landscape mode should work throughout the whole app to avoid rotating back and forth.
Notes Newly Available
Apple should not make a difference between Mail-Notes and Notes-Notes. Only one kind of notes that that syncs properly with Mobile Me would not only do, but just be it !
Contacts Newly Available
Apple should choose one name for this application either Contacts or Address Book.
The following applications are still not running with a wide screen virtual keyboard but should:
iCal Not Yet Available
Entries can contain notes & can have a length that would be met by that mode
Maps Not Yet Available
There can be a lot to type in Maps, thus the mode should be available too.
Settings Not Yet Available
There can be a lot to type in "Settings", thus the mode should be available
App Store Not Yet Available
If the App Store would store the login details like on laptops and desktops and would not ask for the password every time, it would not be necessary
A major request of many iPhone users for long has finally been met. Albeit still not a phone that you should use for several days without charging, you can now use it throughout a day without getting a low battery alert. Considering the faster and otherwise improved hardware, we believe that this is a great achievement. After all it remains the question, whether existing iPhone 3G owners should upgrade to the 3GS? As usual there is not one answer but it depends on how much you need the above mentioned hardware improvements. So we can only state our own opinion, which is: No, the new software does most of the important improvements and better is often not good enough to make the real difference. Four those who can afford it it's always good to have a better newer phone and for those who are permanently seeking the top of the line, the same applies. For those who seek best value for their money the software upgrade will do until they find a better reason and/or an opportunity about what to do with their old model, before going for a new one. On the other hand, if you are not an iPhone owner yet, there is absolutely no question, that the 3GS should be the iPhone of you choice.
- It's Very Thin
- Simulated GPS
- Lots of eye candy
- QuickTime Support
- Decent Web Browser
- 3 Megapixel Camera
- Excellent Voice Quality
- Excellent Battery Life
- Rapid Multi-touch Interface
- IPod With Video Functionality
- Large Scratch Resistant Screen
- Wireless Syncing Via Mobile Me
- Volume Control and Mute Switch
- Free Live Traffic Via Google Maps
- Conference call with up to 5 people
- Push Email Via Yahoo & Mobile Me
- Free Software Upgrades Keep Coming
- Microsoft Exchange Support is possible
- Call & Music Control From Headphones
- Ability To Use Other Applications While Talking
- View Word, Excel & PDF Documents is possible
- Screen That Works Under Bright Light Condition
- Built-in Speakers If The Use Of Headphones Is Not Welcome
- Visual Voicemail With Support For Rewinding As Well As Fast Forwarding
- Syncing Via Outlook Calendar And Contacts through iTunes works on Vista
- Satellite GPS
- Voice Recognition
- Full Flash Support
- BlackBerry Support
- Expandable Storage
- Windows Media Support
- Support For All iPod Accessories
- iTunes Music Store Access
- Choose MP3 / iTunes Music Ring tones
- Air Tunes Instead Of Remote
- Flash & Zoom For A Hopefully Better Camera
- Support For All Car Adapters For Music Playback
- Full Bluetooth Capability Like File Transfer & SyncingQuite a few things we left out from this list on purpose, because they would do no real good to the iPhone when thought to an end. Example #1 is a removable battery pack. Someone who is familiar to how much space is used for the compartments, which allows the battery to become removable, knows very well, that this is about trading battery life for removability and who really wants that? Especially since nowadays the batteries are capable to more than 1000 re-charging cycles and have an extraordinary endurance. Even losses of battery health of let’s say 20% after a two or three years might not affect the usefulness of the iPhone to an extent worth to mention. Another example might be a hard keyboard. That would certainly make the iPhone bulkier and then there are Bluetooth solutions. Further with more and more apps working in landscape mode, the keyboard allows very well an easy "two-thumbs" typing which is already faster than typing on a hard phone-keyboard, except perhaps some of the larger "BlackBerry" keyboards and the "Nokia Communicator" keyboards. Again, feel free to submit suggestions and other or complementary opinions :
Problems With Email When Port 25 Is Blocked
Interference While Playing Music Through an iPod Dock
Takes More Steps To Reach It's Basic Interfaces Than Other Phones
Camera Is No Good Without Ample Light And With Moving Objects. Frankly Speaking, We believe That The Camera Is Last Century Crap Really! But This Is What Most Mobile Phone Cameras Are, Welcome To The Club
- The iPhone User Guide, optimized for viewing on iPhone, is available at : help.apple.com/iphone
- View the guide on iPhone: In Safari, tap, and then tap the iPhone User Guide B'marks.
- Add an icon for the guide to the Home screen: When viewing the guide, tap, and then tap “Add to Home Screen"
- View the guide in a different language: Tap “Change Language” at the bottom make your choice
- A wireless service plan with a carrier that provides iPhone service in your area
- A Mac or a PC with a USB 2.0 port and one of the following operating systems:
- Mac OS X Version 10.4.11 or later, Version 10.5.7 or later is required to sync Notes & for using iPhone as a modem
- Windows XP Home or Professional with Service Pack 2 or later
- Windows Vista Home Premium, Business, Enterprise, or Ultimate edition
- Display resolution on your computer set to 1024 x 768 or higher
- iTunes 8.2 or later, available at www.itunes.com/download
- QuickTime 7.6.2 or later To play videos recorded by iPhone 3GS on your computer
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