Review: iPhone 3G
Phone Scoop takes a look at the new 3G iPhone from Apple. See what sets it apart from the original ... and what doesn't.
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It's been just over a year since Apple's iPhone hit the cell phone scene. Before July 11, about 6 million people from across the country had picked one up. Many of those same people lined up once again for the second version of the iPhone, which brings several new things to the table. Since Phone Scoop has already written a full review of the original iPhone, we're going to focus specifically on what makes this phone different.
Those include the new firmware, the iPhone Apps Store, the 3G radio, the GPS radio and the revisions to the hardware itself. Otherwise many aspects of the phone remain unchanged.
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Great phone, but I'm still getting the Instinct.
Sprint has Impressed me though. They have released a phone very similar to the iphone. And sprint is playing it smart, theyre making this phone far more accessible then the iphone. As opposed to paying 200 bucks you only pay 129. Instead of paying an extra 60 bucks for unlimited text and web ON TOP of your regular monthly plan, you only have to pay 69.99 for unimited Text and web. whicvh also includes 450 anytime minutes, free mobile to mobile and unlimited nights and weekends starting at 7 as opposed to 9. Sprint has taken a phone most regular phone buyers only dream of...
BlackBerry still rules!
It's no coincidence that Q1 of 2008 showed BlackBerry taking in almost 50% of the smartphone market share, more than double the iPhone. And that won't be changing anytime soon.
iPhones are for kids; people that are serious get BlackBerrys.
Whatev, it's no Instinct!
i'll take capacitive multi-touch with safari over resistive crap browser any day of the week.
When the first Iphone came out last June, I was pretty excited. Not because I planned on was...
You know... There is an entire forum to discuss the Instinct.
You do have to admit...
Hardly sounds improved at all!