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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by ViPa, Mar 29, 2008.
really, read the first page of MR.
This is anything but set in stone. It definitely puts things square in the middle of the rumors category.
Gartner says "Ooops. Nevermind" and BoA seems to be repeating what Gartner originally released but are sticking to it.
BoA makes reference to Barron's but Barron's makes reference right back to BoA AND Garnter and puts their own spin on it. I can't see anything in any of the articles that is proof of anything. It's all supposition.
Do yourself a favor: look up the definition of 'official'.
Someone doesn't read the main page.
whats funny is the "just kidding" article was pblished 40 minutes before the article making the statement lol
From the CNN article:
"The new phone will also be packed with more features including GPS navigation."
ORLY? Holy battery suckage.
3G and GPS- The new iPhone: Now with 3 hours battery life. Buy 4 of them to get you through the day....
If it's got GPS and bigger storage I'll definitely be upgrading, not too bothered about 3G, would be nice though
GPS? That really sounds too good.
Well, I'll buy one if it comes without SIM lock.
would = "having it in my hand" IMHO.
I have an original 8 gig iPhone. You think Apple will take a trade straight up?
Totally. And I bet they'd throw in a MBA just to make sure you're satisfied.
if it ain't here then it ain't official
After looking up the word official, please look up rumor, liar(s), and idiot.
Hmm, if the iPhone 2 is going to be larger and more expensive it may be the perfect opportunity to purchase the original iPhone at a reduced cost. 75% of the features on the iPhone I won't even use, a navigation system seems a little overboard.
I have a GPS device in my car. If I don't keep it plugged up, it maybe lasts 2 hours on its battery. Unless these GPS folks have really improved battery life in the past 6 months or so, I don't see it being on there. I'd rather have it as an add-on to the dock connector, which I saw on a "rumor" thread a few months back.
I agree, I can't see a phone having a full version of any type of navigation system. Though, they could make it where the phone had to be plugged into a car outlet to work. Regardless, the only thing I hope is that they don't make the iPhone larger than it needs to be...sort of like what Windows does with their OS...each one gets bigger, slower, and with more needless stuff.