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By Rene Ritchie
Monday, Jun 7, 2010 at 4:30 pm EDT
Join us LIVE on a special day and time for iPhone live! post-WWDC 2010 keynote wrap up!
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We'll be talking iPhone 4, iOS 4, and everything in between.
Chat with you soon!
Wow a podcast live stream at a time I am awake, I will be there
Hi guys I wanted to swing this thought your way. So we all know the phone is sexy, apple did a real good job showing it off. My question I would like asked is, with video chat be restricted to they iPhone app only? Because skype may come up with an app and apple has a history of rejecting apps that may "confuse" the general user. And it is restricted to wifi only, we know the competitor is an open market, skype would be welcomed and we already know video will run independantly without the need of wifi. My next concern is iOS, not much was said about it, just the stuff we knew of already. I know this an applefan boy site and most would stay with the iPhone regardless but for those who are not loyal is it worth upgrading now and being disappointed only to get stuck with AT&T ridiculous cancelations fee?
iPhone does support tethering(MiFi), but depends on the carrier to offer it.
AT&T isn't the only carrier that has crazy cancellation fees, remember Verizon changed their fees to the 350 bucks about 5 months ago.