Excerpt: IPhone 3G er en forgængere iPhone. Grundlæggeren af Apple Macintosh Steve Jobs er en succesfuld virksomhed personlighed i tech produktfremstilling og teknologibaserede industri. Apple computer, iPod Walkman, iPhone og nu iPhone 3G er lyse eksempler på hans stadige succes forretning.
Excerpt: Apple iPhone er meget mere end en mobiltelefon. Det er en kombination af musik-og videoafspiller, Internet og GPS enhed med kameraets funktioner samlet i én utrolig maskine. Apple iPhone omfatter generelt bred berøringsskærm faciliteter. IPhone understøtter også en lang række lyd-og videoindhold.
Conclusion: The iPhone 3G is most definitely the most desirable, and probably the most polished. The HD Touch though fixes nearly all the items on my missing-from-iphone list. It’s a tricky one, but there is no doubt in my mind – the iPhone 3G is a great phone, and a good update.
Excerpt: [Editor’s note: We’ve spent an entire week testing every single nuance of the iPhone 3G and what follows is Wired ‘s official, pull-no-punches, boiled-down, just-the-facts review. If you’re still hankering for a lengthier take on the phone, check out our in-depth first look, which we recorded right...
Pros: Without exception, the best user interface of any phone. WiFi and zippy 3G network fetch websites faster than a Labrador on a sirloin. GPS with Google Maps integration beats many handheld navigators. Bright, beautiful, highly responsive touchscreen with easy-on-the-eyes color temperature.
Cons: Battery drains juice faster than a toddler in the desert. AT&T’s 3G network riddled with more holes than Krispy Kreme. Want to cut and paste? Bust out the scissors and glue. Plastic back highly susceptible to nicks and scratches. Still no MMS. Did we mention the battery stinks? Well, it’s worth m...
Excerpt: The iPhone 3G will be available to AT&T customers on July 11, 2008. I am one of the fortunate ones with a birds eye view of what the new iPhone 3G has in store for consumers. A friend of mine scooped a ticket to the Apple World Wide Developers Conference 2008 that concludes June 13.
Excerpt: The iPhone 3G is mostly what we were hoping for in the second version of the too-popular-for-itself handset. Apple addressed call quality concerns, as well as demands for a faster Web experience via 3G and corporate email support, already making it a worthwhile upgrade for many first-gen iPhone...
Pros: Very good call quality; faster web browsing; excellent 3rd party app support; plenty of features
Cons: No video recording or native MMS; 3G drains battery fast; no expandable memory