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Aug 12th 2010 5:16PM I think they're fake. Why would anyone download a demo of iWork for Mac from a Windows machine?
Aug 12th 2010 12:59PM And while docked the phone could act as a secondary display for the tablet.
Aug 12th 2010 12:52PM A tablet can have a large battery, so it could serve as a docking/charging station for the phone. And while the phone is docked it provides internet connectivity for the tablet without requiring both to use bluetooth or wifi.
Aug 12th 2010 7:03AM How about Engadget makes itself useful and actually tests the Apple charger against other chargers (like Eneloop) so that we know why Apple only called it revolutionary instead of magical? Have they lost faith in their own products? Does Apple charger suck less power?
Aug 12th 2010 6:46AM @someguy7234 Two devices (mouse and keyboard), two batteries each, plus two charging.
Aug 11th 2010 12:48PM @Spaceshipped But this isn't the kind of Android phone you'd upgrade to from another smartphone. I think it's supposed to be an upsell from a dumbphone.
Aug 11th 2010 7:54AM I think you're missing the point of this phone. The question isn't if it's worth saving £100 over a premium smartphone, but rather if it's worth spending £100 more as compared to a dumbphone.
Aug 10th 2010 9:33AM @smartin007 I expect your anger has nothing to do with you not making $100 mil a year and having to take your whores around on a bus?