Apple released the 16GB iPhone. No big deal. I’ve never used 80% of my 8GB.
The Anti-Glare Film Set from Power Support is a must have for iPhone owners. The regular price is $14.95, but I bought mine yesterday at the MacWorld Expo for $10 out-the-door.
Two “films” come in the package. They are easy to remove, can be cleaned, and reused. The film isn’t sticky or “shrink wrapped” onto the phone like a lot of the screen covers. It simply uses static cling to stay in place. I’m not sure how well this will work over time, but it’s been great for a day. It literally took me longer to open the package then it did to get it on my iPhone correctly.
In addition to protecting the glass screen from being scratched, the film has a matte finish which does a great job at preventing glare. More importantly though, it keeps fingerprints from taking over your view and I think it makes the multi-touch display even easier to use. My fingers no longer get hung up due to the oils and sweat on my skin coming into contact with the glass.
I am in no way affiliated with the company and have not been compensated in any way to write this review.
Running Nintendo games on my iPhone.
Why didn’t I hack my iPhone a long time ago? It’s like a brand new phone all over again.
Looking up info on hacking the iPhone. I think it’s time to give it a try.
Wphone is a lightweight WordPress admin interface built for the iPhone and might convince me to ditch Twitter.
If you have an iPhone, definitely check out Leaflets.
I didn’t get an iPhone on Friday, but the local AT&T store took a direct fulfillment order and I’ll get one before the store gets their next shipment. I got inline at 3:45 pm for the 6 pm sale of iPhones and I was #34 in line. The AT&T manager did a good of handling the line by taking everyone’s name, but when 6 pm rolled around the situation was horribly slow. It took nearly an hour for the store to go through their shipment of iPhones. And they only had 20! Yes, you read that right, they only received 20 iPhones, but it took an hour to sell them all.
I have no idea what was taking so long but they’d let in 4-5 people at a time because that is how many sales people could handle it I guess. Several people left the line after the iPhones sold out, so I wasn’t even the 34th person to go in the store and I didn’t get in my car until 7:20 pm. It was pretty ridiculous if you ask me.
I know it’s not the fault of the store for how many phones they received, but I do think they could have worked the line at least twice as fast as they did once 6 pm rolled around. I was very surprised the store only received 20 phones when it’s the only place within an hour drive where you could buy an iPhone. Hopefully it doesn’t take too long for them to ship it from the warehouse now.
I’m going to go get in line at my local AT&T store to wait for an iPhone. Ok, so not really. I’m awake because of a combination of needing some pain pills for the dental work I had done yesterday morning and my sprinkler system woke me up as well.
I have decided to get my hands on an iPhone tomorrow though. I won’t be crashing all night like these people. I think they’re a little crazy, but it’s exciting at the same time. I hope I can get in line here in Saginaw no earlier than 5pm and easily be able to get one. I’ll update my status with my Twitter account (which I hope to have integrated into this site sometime in the near future, especially if I get an iPhone).
I’m just so sick of my Razr and can’t wait for the iPhone. I know there are some drawbacks, but a lot of the things people are talking about can easily be added or fixed with updates from Apple right through iTunes. In addition to having an all in one device, I’m very excited to have the Internet on a phone which is actually useful.
The iPhone comes out this Friday, the 29th. I was at the MacWorld Expo keynote in January when Steve Jobs announced the revolutionary phone/iPod/Internet device and I was very excited to see it. I’ve thought about it quite a bit because my current Verizon contract isn’t up until February, so if I did get one, I’d have to pay nearly $200 to cancel my contract. What to do?
I could wait until February to get the iPhone and by that time they might have a newer one available with more storage capacity and GPS capabilities. The price might drop a couple hundred bucks by then. But boy, would I love to have the iPhone right away.
When I grabbed the link to the Apple iPhone page, I saw the rate plans were there and it’s a lot more affordable than I (or anyone else) expected it to be. For $60 a month, which is $15 more than I currently pay, I can get the same number of minutes I get now, but I’ll have an unlimited data plan. The one big question about the iPhone right now is…how fast will data actually be on AT&T’s Edge network. There are so many great things about the iPhone, which I won’t waste my time going over here (just look it up on Google and you’ll find tons of info), but the data speed can really make or break the deal for me. If I bought the iPhone I’d be using it all the time because there really isn’t any other portable device out there with Internet capabilities like this.
So what do I do?
If I decide to get one, you can bet, I’ll be posting again in a few days…