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7 years ago

Can the iPhone Sustain Success?

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Can the iPhone Sustain Success?

Jibi from The Boy Genius Report expresses his doubts that iPhone can sustain long term growth due to inherent limitations like a lack of third party apps, limited corporate a adoption, etc. The usual complaints.

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7 years ago

5 Ways iPhone Will Change the Wireless Business

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5 Ways iPhone Will Change the Wireless Business

Om Malik outlines five points about the iPhone that could have a dramatic impact on the wireless business.

  • A true web applications platform for the mobile
  • Break the Wireless Walled Gardens
  • Shift of control to the customers
  • Slow demise of subsidized, boring phones filled with bloat ware
  • Keep it simple or else

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7 years ago

Walt Mossberg Has an iPhone, Dances in the Streets

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Walt Mossberg Has an iPhone, Dances in the Streets

Uncle Walt has an iPhone and is eagerly showing it to anyone he can impress. His impression so far is mixed, with the onscreen keyboard being the crux of his unease.

“I don’t know whether I’ll give it a good review or not,” he said, noting that he will use the phone for the next couple of weeks before writing his review. “I can already see some things I don’t like about it. I see some other things that I do like a lot about it.”

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7 years ago

The iPhone Blog Gets a Makeover

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The iPhone Blog Gets a Makeover

We're rolling out a new template for the site to better customize the look and feel to appear less generic. New feature sections will also be added as well to include support, tips&tricks, where to buy accessories, etc. This is still a work in progress so bear with us for now.

Hope you all enjoy it.

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7 years ago

AT&T Sends Out Emails to Customers, iPhone is Coming

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AT&T Sends Out Emails to Customers, iPhone is Coming

Fresh from AT&T, the company is sending out notification emails to anyone who subscribed to its iPhone news list, further confirming what we already knew. iPhone will be available starting 6:00pm June 29. What the email doesn't disclose is how or where to get one!!!

The full contents of the email are enclosed below.

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7 years ago

OMGNOAPPZ: No SDK Required: Web 2.0 / AJAX

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OMGNOAPPZ: No SDK Required: Web 2.0 / AJAX

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7 years ago

OMGNOAPPZ: Web Applications

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OMGNOAPPZ: Web Applications

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7 years ago

Qualcomm's Pain is iPhone's Gain

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Qualcomm's Pain is iPhone's Gain

A ban on Qualcomm chips could have upside effect on iPhone sales. Or so the logic goes.

The order will not affect the introduction of Apple Inc.'s iPhone June 29. AT&T Inc. has exclusive rights to carry the iPhone, and the gadget's first version uses the carrier's EDGE network, which is not covered by the ITC ruling. Apple doesn't need a lift from its competitors' woes anyway, said Michael King, an analyst at Gartner Inc. technology research firm. "There so much hype around the iPhone that I don't think they will be able to produce enough to meet demand, so this won't help much," he said.

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7 years ago

Why Users Won't be Bothered by the Keyboard

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Why Users Won't be Bothered by the Keyboard

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes (any man with a hyphenated name must know what he's talking about) over at ZDNET blogs posts his rebuttal to Dvorak's MarketWatch piece asserting that iPhone user will hate the on screen keyboard. Who is right? Find out in this weekend's cage match between Dvorak and Adrian-Evan-Jacob-Jingleheimer-Hughes, err..that other guy.

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7 years ago

More iPhone Doom from Dvorak

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More iPhone Doom from Dvorak

In his latest column for MarketWatch, the tech world's most beloved curmudgeon predicts iPhone will be undone by its GUI-based keyboard. Uh huh.

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7 years ago

iPhone Banners Appearing AT&T Stores, Warning pR0n Images Inside

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iPhone Banners Appearing AT&T Stores, Warning pR0n Images Inside

AT&T has begun displaying publicly displaying iPhone banners announcing the device's impending launch date.

Source: MacRumors

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7 years ago

Apple Stockpiles 3 Million iPhones, Arms for War

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Apple Stockpiles 3 Million iPhones, Arms for War

Repent, sinner! The end is near. Apocalypse is upon us! Well not quite, but all the half-joking speculation about customers camping out to buy an iPhone on June 29 may prove to be reality after all.

According to various sources Apple is sitting on a stockpile of just 3 million units ready for shipment.

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7 years ago

OMGNOAPPZ: the Frontier of a New User Interface

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OMGNOAPPZ: the Frontier of a New User Interface

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7 years ago

What Would It Take To Make You To Switch To The iPhone?

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What Would It Take To Make You To Switch To The iPhone?

Robb Dunewood over at RIMarkable poses the question..

Before I became a die-hard BlackBerry user I was a die-hard Windows Mobile (Pocket PC at the time) user. I couldn’t imagine that I would ever be interested in a device like the BlackBerry, yet, RIMarkable is about to enter into its third year of existence. Truth be told, I will more than likely get an iPhone shortly after it comes out but it will be in addition to my BlackBerry. If I remember correctly, however, my first BlackBerry was in addition to my Windows Mobile device.

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7 years ago

iPhone's First Pretender Contender Arrives

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iPhone's First Pretender Contender Arrives

And so it begins. Apple's first rival rears is ugly head. Well, not ugly. Just not as well designed or well implemented. This is HTC's answer to iPhone and its gesture-based navigation. Dubbed the "Touch" (cute), this device offers an ingenious rotating UI layered on top of Windows Mobile.

What bothers me about this device isn't so much that it's a blatant ripoff of iPhone, and even marketing panache ala Apple. No, I don't like the fact it takes something good; namely HTC's custom UI, and layers it over something that wasn't designed to operate like the iPhone - Windows Mobile. Like lipstick on a pig, this device fails to even remotely mimic the iPhone user experience.

That said, I give HTC a B+ for its effort.

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