Originally Posted by solipsism
Sure it does. The ability for the current system to handel Rx/Tx data from an 802.11n is not possible. It can't even process the maximum allowable bandwidth data of 802.11g.
Originally Posted by merdhead
802.11n doesn't make sense at all. You don't see it in handhelds because it's implementation is not optimised for power or size, nor is it integrated into wireless chip sets. This might have...
Originally Posted by dagamer34
That's exactly what it means! Hopefully Apple will update MobileMe with a Notes tab. Also still missing is ToDo support!
All in all, a good day!
I'm sorry I don't understand your post...
Originally Posted by Aquia33
He also hints that many of the software efforts in the year since iPhone 2.0 will bring the device up to the level of the Palm Pre, which while unreleased has a number of software advantages over...
Originally Posted by theBigD23
I would like Task Syncing. I, as well a lot of people I know, use tasks all of the time.
I'm with you on this one. Lack of copy and paste drives me up the wall, but the work around I use for...
Originally Posted by w00master
Because, it's a losing battle. Ever try to email using T9? Riiiight. That form factor (dial pad format) will NEVER go away.
It's about d*mn time that MMS is coming. About d*mn time. I'm so...
I can see it now, by 2011 every TV will have an array of R sensor bars above and underneath it. By 2012 TV manufacturers will take notice and incorporate them in to the bezels of all TV's
I hope an onscreen keyboard is not the only...
Originally Posted by RichL
Surely the next logical step is to make the Shuffle voice controlled?
That makes much more sense than this. Personally I though that was where the Shuffle was heading.
Sorry fanboys but you are...
Maybe it is just me but, if an album is good does it need a corporate sponsor behind it? I don't remember who sponsored Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon, Miles Davis' Kind of Blue, or the Beatles' White album. Can someone help me on...