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my new iPhone

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Drew C 8:45pm, 30 January 2008
i just wanted to say its incredible. i couldnt at first see why anybody would spend so much money on this thing and was very skeptical at first, but a half hour with it in the store... and i was convinced. it was time to upgrade anyways, and being spoiled with previous "smart phones" i'm VERY excited about this purchase.
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AT&T in town has these?
I heard the online features are not working well on the Northland Network.
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Drew C 10 years ago
yep, att has 'em... and i dont know 'bout the online features cause everywhere i've used it so far i've had WIFI... (home,school..)
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Drew C 10 years ago
update... non wifi internet is slower, but still reasonable... 'bout what you'd expect from dialup...
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JustinSinks 10 years ago
The network in Duluth is not 3G yet. It will be soon, but just not yet. So you are still using 2.5G speeds. I can say that our speeds up here are faster than most 2.5G networks, thanks to Dobson/Cell One always trying to be better than everyone else.

Hmm, maybe who I work for is becoming less of a secret... ;)
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aReasontoHope 10 years ago
LUCKY.
I'm a Mac product fiend.
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peteSwede PRO 10 years ago
I'm not.


glad you like it though, i've never really enjoyed the feel of the apple products I've used.
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I never enjoyed Cellular One/Dobson which is why I am with Verizon.
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N. Lindstrom Photo 10 years ago
I have a Blackberry and an iPod, same thing.
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JustinSinks 10 years ago
I think the iphone is a neat idea, but I do not want one. I had plenty of play time with it, and it just cant fit my lifestyle. Example: I killed 4 blackberrys last year. I could just see me breaking the iphone screen the first week. And the touch screen isnt easy to use unless you are paying attn to the phone. Even then, you get mistakes.
And if you think using a phone while driving is bad, try dialing a number on an iphone while driving.
So yeah, ill stick with blackberry, nokia or my razor. But, that wont stop me from playing with it while in a retail store or at a friends house ;)
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aReasontoHope 10 years ago
Well I think it's definitely a product marketed toward youngsters.
I mean, I'm now saying we're any more tech savvy then anyone older then us teens, but we've grown up with everything right at our finger tips.
A lot of adults don't see the point in having the internet on your cell phone (and frankly I don't either...) but a lot of kids will use it.
Multi-tasking is my specialty. I can type faster than a lot of people I know, listen to music, have a conversation with ten people at once (one in person), and message people back, all while uploading photos somewhere.

It's my second nature to be like that... and I can just see an iphone fitting into that life style.

But what am I saying... I've never tried one.
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Sweetlake 10 years ago
I don't have one and probably won't anytime soon. But the ipod touch is reasonably priced and makes a pretty decent photo viewer. Plus it does the wifi internet thing, too.

Dub Swede, what is it you don't like (and what have you used?)? You don't hear that too often.
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lcarlson 10 years ago
Verizon is all I can pretty much stick with right now. I live north of here in the summer time, and that's pretty much the only reception we get up in the ole GM.
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