Apple iPhone 3G
The Apple iPhone 3G is a combination of t
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iPhone 3g is a marvel of cell phones.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The Apple - iPhone 3G (16 GB) is an amazing piece of technology. The iPhone has enabled me to carry just one device instead of three different ones. Before I was carrying a research in motion blackberry pearl, a sony mp3 player, and a gps. Now all I have to carry around is the Apple - iPhone 3G (16 GB) and I am good to go. This makes it very convenient to be as spontaneous as I want to be. My pockets and brief case are not filled with electronic gadgets.
Excerpt: I thought I was perfectly happy with my old basic cell phone. I didn't think I had any need for an iPhone. I didn't even use my cell phone that often. Well my husband bought one and decided to buy me one as a gift and from the first time I used it I was hooked! It's like having my computer in my purse at all times. It's so convenient and easy to use and it can do everything. I love the screen.
Excerpt: I was weary about the iPhone... no doubt it was cool, but it wasn't something that I truely needed. however, now that I own it, I can't imagine going back to a normal phone, or switching to any other smart phone for that matter. I keep my entire life on this phone... my complex schedule seems so much easier with the calender app, the weather app helps me quickly determine what to wear each day, and I just downloaded this super cool Key Ring app which stores all the silly...
Excerpt: Where to even begin? I've had my iPhone 3G for almost two years and I don't know how I managed to exist before it came along! I can do almost anything I need from the phone and so much more. Of course I receive all of my work and personal email on the phone and I'm able to sync up all of my calendars as well. I probably use it the most for personal use on Facebook and Twitter.
Excerpt: This phone is alot better than the iphone 4. The only bad part is the lack of a front camera. But how often do you even use that feature, except in the event you are facetiming. But this phone does not have the capability.
Excerpt: For the longest time I had a standard Motorola flip phone when smart phones first started coming out. I still held on to my flip phone when the iPhones were becoming popular and all my friends started having them. It was only in the last couple of years that I gave in and got an iPhone and I can't think of what I did before it. The iPhone is so easy to use and is one of the most user friendly smart phones.
Excerpt: I bought my iPhone about 6 months ago. I feel in love with it immediately. I am not very electronics savvy. But, the phone is so easy to figure out and use. I love all the apps that go with it. I have a four year old. The phone provides entertainment for her while we are in the grocery store, waiting in the doctors office or long car rides. Also, I am able to check in on Twitter and see what my friends are up to from anywhere.
Excerpt: I bought my first iPhone when the 3G arrived in July 2007, and from day one I was in love. Over the past 3 years, what I have been the most surprised by was its durability. I have dropped my phone a handful of times, but in the time I've owned it the only damage the phone incurred was a little crack on the backside. And the functionality of the phone remained good throughout the entire life of the phone.
Excerpt: I love my iphone. I have 16GB of memory and am using a lot of it. I have had it for over a year and have never regretted the purchase. It is not without it faults. It freezes/works slow lately. I have to think it is because I have used so much of the memory. My husband has the 3G S. There are some great updates on his, I wish I have. Such as the screen. Mine always looks smudged-his doesn't. He can take videos.
Excerpt: I thought I was happy with my old fashioned flip Nokia phone. I was on the old cingular plan and was locked in with an old rate plan so I didn't want to get a new phone or upgrade. Well I wanted to upgrade to a nice modern phone but didn't want to lose the pay plan I had. My husband had his own plan. His was even better. He was grandfathered in to an original AT&T plan before it even became Cingular.