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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Donz0r, Jul 10, 2008.
Awesome. I guess the antennae was big enough after all
Glad to hear this!
Man Thats Awesome!!!! :d:d
Now i hope to see Tom-Tom release theirs so the prices will stay down a little.
Fingers crossed for UK/Europe maps. Or TomTom following fairly soon....
competetion = lower prices
The antenna is totally big enough, ask anyone who's used the gps, google maps just loads too slowly.
Mark my words, the iphone will also be an in car nav system, stop worrying
I only say this b/c if it wasn't, it'd be a huge mistake by apple, given that they're advertising its GPS capabilities, which most people equate to in car satnav.
I wonder how much ? I wonder it they will charge monthly...
Can anyone tell me, which do you like better - TeleNav or TomTom? I have never used either but I'm interested in downloading a turn by turn app once they become available. Any major differences?
idk, TomTom Navigator 6 software is 150, one time charge
you have to pay for map updates though
I'd expect these apps to be around 100 for iphone hopefully
But how is that possible? Those guys on here that said it couldn't be done sounded so smart.
So how do you use the 3G iPhone in, say, a rental car? Do you need to buy an application? Any additional hardware required?
So, it's not launched yet?
Does anyone know the projected value/cost.
(Is he going to run it up the more people run their mouth about the company name?)...Please, don't
when is this coming out? how much?
possibly free to download but requires subscription to work?
If it's the same as they charge for their other AT&T phones, TelluhNav will charge $9.99/month. It's a great service (no matter how you spell their name).
So how much is the App going to be? What's the ETA?
We have successfully ported it over from our Windows Mobile version which is written in some variation of C. Of course we still need to do a lot of testing, mainly with the new iPhone to see how well the embedded GPS works. We are also re-designing the entire UI to fit in with Apple's style. I don't have a timeline or pricing at the moment but if Apple allows it to pass into the AppStore I think everyone could see it within the next few months.
I work at TeleNav as a QA Engineer so it will be passing through my hands once the dev team is finished. By the time it reaches that point it's pretty close to ending up in the market. I'll keep you guys updated!
Do I send that to firstname.lastname@example.org ?
email@example.com or you can PM me, whatever is easier for you.
I hope we get neletav for the UK. It looks cool.
The Sprint Samsung Instinct has the best navigation software right now...and I think it is TeleNav.
If they are going to charge like $100 for this app on the App store...it will not be worth the price, unless it has a lot more features than what is in the version that is in the Sprint Instinct.
Yup, that's TeleNav just re-branded to Sprint Navigation
Errr, shouldn't that be TeleNav.com? Please correct the post.