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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by keenan wolf, Jun 28, 2009.
would you buy a Physical Keyboard as an Add on?
if Yes, Why?
if No, Why?
no, there's no need. the on screen keyboard works just fine. why mess with the extra bulk?
I wouldn't, it would be too bulky and cumbersome to carry around and I've grown quite accustomed to the touch screen keyboard.
it would be nice to have. have you ever tried texting on the iphone in a class? its hard if you cant look at the screen cuz the teacher might catch you.
Why? Because the on-screen keyboard has never not worked for me.
I'm sure a bulky hardware keyboard is WAY less conspicuous in class.
how do you know that it would be to bulky? what if it was like a case and it flipped down and protected the iphone like the Lg Versa?
Why do you text in class? You can't wait until after?
in a sweat shirt pocket or under the desk? a quarter inch doesnt make a difference. and you dont know that it would be bulky..
They shouldn't design hardware optimized to be used in situations like this.
im in highschool, everybody txts in class. hell, I text my mom in class all the time. sometimes there is important stuff that i have to talk about with people.
Teen Wolf out to cause mischief again.
I'm extremely happy we didn't have all these high tech cell phones when I was in middle school.
How did people EVER survive before cell phones??
I don't use cases though, and it is one more thing to carry around which would mean extra bulk.
it doesnt have to be used like that im just saying thats one of the reasons i would use it. sometimes it would be nice to not have to look at the screen while i txt. i txt alot every month 7500 or more every month! and it gets hard to txt on the iphone that much!
Why, because if i wanted a keyboard id get a PRE or G1!
ok then make it blue tooth. either way it would be nice to sometimes have a keyboard you can touch and feel click.
the PRE's keyboard is way to small and the G1 you can barely feel the keys.
my bad, i see didn't think. it would still add bulk but its not neccisary and it could just be an everyonce in a while thing. you dont always have to bring it with you.
I would never try to edit a word document on the iPhone with the onscreen keyboard, but give me a full sized keyboard accessory and I might just leave my laptop at home.
I don't think you read the part where I said that it was one extra thing to carry around... Anyways, bluetooth wouldn't make a difference to me. A physical keyboard that is not built into the phone means that I'll most likely have to set it down to use it in a non-awkward position. And I like to use the iPhone with one hand most of the time, and I still find the touch screen to be a completely sufficient keyboard.
Definitely no. I bought the iPhone for it's touchscreen and user-friendly nature. I went away from physical keyboards with the Cingular 8125 that I owned and hated. The touchscreen keyboard was a welcome change.
Plus, physical keyboards aren't exactly silent. I have a BB Bold that work gave me, and I feel like I disturb everyone around me when I try to compose or reply to an e-mail.
Shouldn't you be learning in class, anyways?
*click* *click* *click* *click* *click*
No.. but I am not dumb.
Not for everyday use while out and around, but for times when I need to power through a bunch of emails (perhaps while on business travel).
i love the bold keyboard. its my favorite of all phones. i can type way more accurate with a real keyboard. and i didnt think it was loud... maybe i broke mine in cuz i hit the buttons hard and fast.
Just buy a netbook you'll be happier.
I love the keyboard, too. It's very thumb friendly.... but I would never want it attached to my iPhone. It's not loud, but it's not silent.
The iPhone keyboard is silent.