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iphone529
Jul 1, 2009, 02:34 PM
How can you announce an application and then not give a date as to when your going to sell it. WTF is up with this company? Also no pricing details?

Anyone know any more info?



Jeremy1026
Jul 1, 2009, 02:40 PM
How can you announce an application and then not give a date as to when your going to sell it. WTF is up with this company? Also no pricing details?

Anyone know any more info?

Where is it written that THEY do have to give information about THEIR products?

iGary
Jul 1, 2009, 02:41 PM
How can you announce an application and then not give a date as to when your going to sell it. WTF is up with this company? Also no pricing details?

Anyone know any more info?

They said late summer in the keynote, I believe.

Their Web site has a place to sign up for updates.

Jon-Luke
Jul 1, 2009, 02:46 PM
Well if you are in Europe then this is possibly a better way to go... http://www.navigon.com/site/int/en/products/navigation_software/iphone


Pricetag is just under $100 so its not gonna be cheap - I hear a rumor that the Tom Tom version is going to be in the same price range

iphone529
Jul 1, 2009, 03:03 PM
Where is it written that THEY do have to give information about THEIR products?

no one has to give any information out, but one would think that a release date information is a good way to promote a product.

Jeremy1026
Jul 1, 2009, 03:18 PM
no one has to give any information out, but one would think that a release date information is a good way to promote a product.

Clearly they don't need to promote it any more, they have you creating a thread about it don't they?

paulcdb
Jul 1, 2009, 06:07 PM
Well if you are in Europe then this is possibly a better way to go... http://www.navigon.com/site/int/en/products/navigation_software/iphone

If you can wait for tomtom, i would.

Used this the other day and it's pretty basic and doesn't have a decent postcode search. Also lacking traffic (why waste that unlimited gprs) Ended up using google maps to find the place i was looking for in the end. :(

Credit where due though, the directions are good so if it had better postcode system then it'd be ideal.