Monday, June 9, 2008

3G iPhone...

The very highly anticipated 3G iPhone has just been announced by Steve Jobs at Apple's annual WWDC. This time around, the iPhone is everything the old one was but better and amazingly, a lot cheaper. It has thinner edges, a full black plastic back, flush headphone jack, and it will be 36% faster than Nokia's N95 and Treo 750 in terms of pageloads. It also has improved battery life with 300 hours of standby, 8-10 hours of 2G talk, 5 hours of 3G talk, 7 hours of video, and 24 hours of audio. It will also come with GPS, so you know where you are all the time.
8GB is available for $199 and 16GB will come in white for $299.







Pics courtesy of Apple store.

I can't wait to get my hands on one of these. The only complaint I have with my current iPhone is that slow ass Edge browser. If your not browsing thru a wi-fi...frustration is your destination. The 3G iPhone should finally silence all the iPhone killer nonsense. Sorry Voyager & Blackberry owners...lmfao

3 comments:

arcieri keness said...

I watched the live broadcast, it's a nice phone since they've update. Yet, what the everyday ppl will fail to see that it has the new computing feature which allows you to be monitored much easier. So, no hacking the phone this time around... they'll see you. lol Plus, they allow ppl to build apps, but they (Apple) can steal your technology. So, that's a big no no for big companies or for smart ppl who "think" they're ahead of the game. Smh Nope you gave your rights to Apple, kid.

Like I said, it's a ill phone but don't believe the hype. I know a few secrets that will NOT be mentioned. I will say medical students, stock owners and big business owners that phone was built for you... everyone else may just be dialing in a cool way.

Paaaaaaaayce, brotha!!

Brad Piff said...

I'll have one of these babies on drop day! Just gotta figure out if I need to upgrade to 16gb of memory or not.

Patrick said...

I'll disagree. push email and iTunes is something I can't live without even as a college student.

Getting the email to know office hours were canceled before you walk over there FTW