Discussion in 'iPhone' started by bman17, Sep 18, 2007.

  1. bman17 macrumors newbie

    Jun 29, 2007
    This widget for the phone must be close. If you go to it automatically redirects iphones to a custom versionoftheir site that is programed to look abd act like an iphone application.

    Check it out.
  2. sanford macrumors 65816

    Jan 5, 2003
    Dallas, USA
    I don't think it's a widget or will there be one, it's just a Web 2.0 app for iPhone, like a host of others. It's cool, but it doesn't need to be a native widget at all. In fact, except in cases where it's absolutely required -- WiFi Store -- or just more efficient -- iChat client -- Apple wants to keep the number of native apps to a minimum.
  3. drater macrumors 6502a


    Oct 6, 2005
    Boston, MA
    it could be in the future. I could see that, I believe ATT owns
  4. bust3r macrumors newbie

    Jun 13, 2008
    yeah it's going to be an official widget. here's the internal memo on it and a picture

    Last year's Time magazine Invention of the Year, iPhone transformed the wireless industry, and now we are the exclusive U.S. provider of the 3G version - expected to dazzle consumers, business customers, industry observers and the media alike. If you loved the first iPhone, you are going to be blown away by this new version!
    The iPhone 3G:
    # delivers the ultimate Internet experience
    # has GPS
    # has business-class capabilities built in which enables corporate e-mail, intranet access and other business applications
    # will soon have a location-based YELLOWPAGES.COM application which combines local search with social networking capabilities and lets users search for information, share reviews and information with others
    # is priced for mass-market appeal, with a starting price of $199 with a two-year contract
    # is powered by our new, high-speed 3G network - the best there is!
    Getting to Know iPhone 3G
    3G Network
    The centerpiece enhancement is the long-anticipated upgrade to our industry-leading 3G technology. AT&T has the largest high-speed voice and data network in the nation. Our 3G network is currently available in more than 280 major U.S. metropolitan areas - with 350 planned by the end of the year. And we offer the best global coverage of any carrier with voice roaming in more than 200 countries...and data roaming in more than 145 countries, including more 3G roaming than any other carrier.
    iPhone 3G users will enjoy a home broadband-like speed experience when surfing the Internet, sharing files and using media-rich Web applications. The new iPhone will operate in Wi-Fi mode through wireless modems in homes and offices, as well as public hot spots. Learn more about AT&T's 3G network from this cool new video.
    Incredibly affordable innovation! The new iPhone is priced for mass-market appeal, with prices starting at $199 with a two-year contract for the 8GB device...$299 with a two-year contract for the 16 GB model. iPhone 3G can be purchased beginning Friday, July 11 at our 2,200-plus retail stores and kiosks and Apple's retail outlets. Our stores will have expanded hours to handle the expected heavy demand for this exciting new product.
    New Activation Process
    Customers will activate their new iPhones before they leave the stores. The new in-store activation process should take just a few minutes, and customers will be able to leave our company-owned stores and kiosks and Apple's retail outlets with their iPhones up and running.
    Business Customer Appeal
    The new iPhone 3G is a serious business tool, designed to meet the needs of companies of all sizes. New business capabilities include access to corporate e-mail, calendars, and intranets; generating updated PowerPoint customer presentations; sending video footage in real time; and uploading/downloading data in real time.
    * * *
    It's a great time to be an AT&T employee and customer! Keep checking back for more information about how we are defining the future of wireless!

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