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Apr 3rd 2011 2:06PM A time-locked TARDIS. With a broken chameleon circuit. Not some goblin or gnome ripoff - a blue police phone box that ports me anywhere in the world. Unless it malfunctions.
"Throw the wibbly lever."
Mar 2nd 2011 4:10PM There are two kinds of iPhone. CDMA (the Verizon model) and everything else...which is GSM. Now, I know nerd boners activate at the "erm soooo...technically GSM and UMTS are erm different." But honestly.
You people make me hesitant to call myself a nerd.
I just wonder why they're segmenting software between the CDMA and GSM models.
Jan 11th 2011 11:51AM That's simply not true. If you are loading a webpage or listening to Pandora and your phone rings, it pauses your data connection and the phone rings. This has been the case for years. Any smart device (Blackberry, Android phone) can do this.
The iPhone simply will not kick calls to voicemail while using the data connection.
Oct 20th 2009 12:52PM that's a big leap.
Oct 20th 2009 12:46PM As an external display for gaming consoles etc? how? Where are the ports for that? Where is the source for that?
Oct 20th 2009 12:33PM Where's your source for the hdmi input option?
Sep 17th 2009 5:41PM i was hoping that they made it a bit less crashy...so far, looks like not.
I'd also love a 'clear playlist' button.
Sep 3rd 2009 5:47PM i dont even care about mms, and i'm already using tethering - its just the fact that they are so lackadaisical about offering decent (read, better than horrible...not "good") service.
they have NO incentive to provide MMS or tethering or good call quality or fast data speeds because people are still buying iphones at an alarmingly ridiculous rate.
i feel worst i guess for the people who have AT&T and don't have iphones because they're not reaping any kind of benefit from the worsened service. at least as an iphone user, i have an awesome phone that does some cool shit that isn't dependent on the network
Sep 3rd 2009 3:23PM att...we need to chat. if you want to chalk it up to "trying to improve the network" that's fine, but when everyone with your service that lives in a major city has seen a SERIOUS downgrade in call quality in the last 3 or 4 months, its not giving me high hopes.
you're taking an average of $90 per month from what is it now, 3...4 million people?
you're one of the biggest wireless providers in the world. get it the f together.