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2nd September 2014
No reversible USB for new iPhone owners.
1st September 2014 – 3 comments
Visa also lined up, according to report.
1st September 2014
£240 for Apple’s smartwatch?
29th August 2014 – 1 comment
Time to get primed for launch day.
29th August 2014 – 1 comment
‘Wish we could say more’, says Apple.
29th August 2014
Leading Apple-watcher suggests tech may be coming to iPhone at last.
With typically super sharp looks and a miraculous range of functions the Apple iPhone 3G 8GB isn’t called the Jesus phone for nothing.
Among the features housed inside its shell is a music player which is as user-friendly as an iPod and which offers excellent sound quality. Users are able to download millions of tracks via iTunes direct to the handset, meaning they never need be without the latest tunes.
The device is 3G compatible meaning it offers fast access to the internet and email over their cellular network with quad-band GSM and tri-band HSDPA for voice and data connectivity around the world.
Meanwhile, Wi-Fi, 3G and EDGE networks are also supported for downloads. The operating system chooses between these automatically to ensure the fastest possible download speeds. Videos secured can then be viewed via the great onboard media player.
Using and getting the most of the phone is easy thanks to the iPhone SDK, which allows developers to create amazing application that work via the iPhone’s innovative Multi-Touch interface.
Other features included in the Apple iPhone 3G 8GB are push e-mail, whereby messages are sent directly to your handset, an accelerometer, GPS technology for mapping your location and destination, text and MMS messaging and a two megapixel camera.
iPhone 3G delivers an amazing ten hours of talk time on 2G networks and five hours using 3G. Users can expect up to five to six hours of web browsing, up to seven hours for video playback and up to 24 hours for audio playback.
The Apple iPhone 3G 8GB is the second foray by Apple into the crowded phone market, in which has rapidly established itself as the third largest player in the world. Having only entered the sector in 2007, the same year it picked up the Invention of the Year award from Time magazine for the iPhone 3G’s 8GB’s predecessor the iPhone. Just three months after its launch it had outsold the BlackBerry models from Research in Motion by almost a million and a half units.
It is available in two forms, with one offering 8GB of internal memory and a higher end version which includes 16GB for making the most of its array of functions. Both versions include memory expansion card slots.
In keeping with Apple’s reputation for innovation, the iPhone 3G 8GB is operated by a touch screen display which has been specially created for use with a finger or more than one digit for scrolling through pages. The interaction system is equipped to understand complex gestures, thus allowing users to adopt techniques such as touching and dragging icons.
The phone doubles as a GPS device, thank to assisted GPS and the Google Maps application. This enables you to receive turn by turn directions to your location and quickly and easily find your way around. And its large screen makes reading maps on the display a pleasure.
Meanwhile, when you are killing time there are games which employ the iPhone’s accelerator to give you fun Wii-style gaming on your handset.