A smartphone from Apple that integrates cellphone, iPod, camera, text messaging, e-mail and Web browsing. Data and applications can be sent to the phone.
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A smartphone from Apple that integrates cellphone, iPod, camera, text messaging, e-mail and Web browsing. Data and applications can be sent to the phone wirelessly or via Apple's iTunes software, which is used to organize music, videos, photos and applications
Introduced in the U.S. in mid-2007, the iPhone is available exclusively from AT&T until 2012. The iPhone 3G, introduced in July 2008, adds GPS, higher data speed and an application platform that turns the iPhone into an ultra-mobile, general- purpose computer.
In the history of the cellular industry, no phone ever created so much buzz; people actually camped out overnight to be first in line. AT&T stores closed early Friday, June 29, 2007 to set up the displays, reopening at 6pm and staying late to accommodate customers. iPhone activation can also be done at home via iTunes.
There are currently 2 iPhone models that were released in the US - a 4 GB model and an 8 GB model. The 4 GB model was the original release, and has since been replaced with the 8 GB model as the sole iPhone being sold by the manufacturer in the US.
They are used for pictures, maps, and business. You can find out where you want to eat at for the night. Where are the cheaper prices at the store. It can be used for the internet to check your email. It also have an ipod in it so you can listen to music.
The iphone has a very fast internet so you can sign a million dollar deal It have no buttons It have a strong 3g connection Camera don’t have a zoom
802.11b/g Wi-Fi 4GB or 8GB Flash Memory Storage Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR OS: Mac OS X Mobile 3.5" 160ppi Touchscreen Display 2MP Digital Camera (Still Image Only) GSM/EDGE Network Compatibility No Flash Memory Card Slot Push E-Mail Support Replaceable Battery: Service Only 4.8oz; 2.4" W x 4.5" H x 0.46" D Up to 8 Hours Talk Time Optical Quality Screen Glass Up to 25 Hours Audio Playback Standard Dock Connector GSM/EDGE Quad-Band Handset Motion Sensor for Screen Orientation Simultaneous Voice & Data No A2DP Stereo Bluetooth No Voice Dialing / Recording Includes Stereo Headset with Mic, USB Docking Cradle, USB Power Adapter
The iPhone is a quad-band GSM phone with music and video playback, a two-megapixel still camera, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Powered by an ARM processor, it uses a custom version of the Mac OS X operating system. The first model included up to 8GB of flash storage, which increased to 16GB a year later. The first iPhone, often called the "2G," used only the EDGE cellular network, while the iPhone 3G supports both EDGE and the higher-speed HSDPA network. For example, HSDPA downloads are 200-500 Kbps compared to 70-150 Kbps for EDGE
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