Wow. Predictably, the torrent — and I do mean torrent — of iPhone commentary from the citizens of the Web is practically outflooding spam this week. Most of it comes from people whose shirt fronts are practically drenched in drool. Plenty is negative and bitter.
We all know that the long expected iPhone was announced under a price of $499 for the 4GB model and $599 for the 8GB one. Chris Seibold from Apple Matters analyzed the expenses of owning an iPhone, and the results multiples the cost of the phone by 5. In case you want to review the list yourself, or in case you’re thinking of purchasing an iPhone, here it is.
As reported Friday, the first iPhone commercial aired last night during the 79th Academy Awards. The ad featured movie clips from past and present of stars answering phone calls saying, “Hello”.
JAJAH Mobile Web will allow iPhone or smartphone owners to make VoIP calls straight from the web browser to anywhere in the world with no download, installation, or contract. Users just type in mobile.jajah.com into their mobile browser and enter their JAJAH user name and password. Then the rest is just a click away from calling any one in your JAJAH address book. If the company’s claim hold true, the iPhone will be an even hotter product when it goes on sale in June.
A leading Nokia executive has been discussing the companies thoughts on the iPhone this week with an analyst at the Bank of America.
Apparently Nokia are concerned that the screen will be hard to keep clean and that it won’t be easy to use while you are driving.
Those of you anxiously awaiting the arrival of the iPhone may find this a tasty bit of info to help tide you over until June. Actioncorp TV has posted a narrated video in which they go over Steve Jobs’ Macworld 2007 Keynote with a fine-toothed comb, revealing several “hidden details” that you likely missed.
Ladies, we know it can be hard to gain and hold your main-squeeze geek’s attention in this day and age of ever-advancing technology and a seemingly endless stream of gadgets and techie toys hitting the market constantly.