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Not sure what everyone sees in these phablets. Personally, I would prefer a phone the size of a nano that can be remoted into by an iPad Mini, using bluetooth for the voice portion. With Siri being able to handle address book and dialing, it gives me maximum flexibility (carry just a bitty phone when only expecting calls, tying into a bigger more usable tablet when i am more stationary.)
Seems like Apple isn't the only entity trying to get out from under Google's grasp, http://abcnews.go.com/technology/t/blogEntry?id=18048404
I don't want to hijack this thread but ...   Yesterday night, I got nailed with the humongous data overage charges on my new iPad mini ATT 3G. As best as I can quickly figure, overnight, I managed to churn through 6+GB of data. Looking through my logs, I was downloading about 19.5 MG every minute from about 10:30 pm last night until 7:00 am this morning when I began to get the text notifications.   Speaking to ATT, this issue is because When the iPad mini...
gazoobee, Yes, but China is a huge place, with a lot of people, and apparently ios Maps works better there than Google Maps. If I was a manufacturer and had to choose between Europe (or more specifically the UK where most problems have been reported) and China and US I think the answer would be clear.
I got my order into the Apple Store by 12:04, but I guess that since it was an AT&T model, I won't get it until next week ... ;-(
I am wondering if maybe you should be blaming your country's communication regulatory board who are taking too long to approve the cellular versions.   On the first day, Apple sold wifi units to all countries. If they were able to do so, I think they would like to ship LTE versions to all countries.
Thank you Motorola for your crowd sourcing submission. Your ad was accurate for about 36 hours.
Rosstheboss, I am trying to figure out how you are getting accurate map information from a mobile device when you don't have any type of data connection. Everytime I have used Google Maps it requires some sort of internet connection to pull up data.   oth, as I understand it, Apple has some sort of plan for offline maps in their mapping program in the future. For Google, that is not a great option since their business is all based on driving you to their websites.
Did you follow the link? It goes directly to a Google users forum with Galaxy S3 users complaining about the issue. There is no headline there ... it is the forum header for a Google support forum.
So can anyone guess why Google had to use Motorola to launch this attack rather than allowing Samsung to roll it into their attack ads?   Google Maps Navigation Mode not working on latest Samsung Galaxy S3 (Android Flagship Device)   http://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/maps/IlJDfMkgl3U
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