If we are hypothesizing about future technologies that we would like to see, I would have to go with:
Radical new battery technology. I read a story awhile back about some guys from Princeton or
MIT that were working on this...
Does AT&T offer a map that shows where they upgraded to the newest 850mhz 3G spec? I live in
Milwaukee & the reception at work is very inconsistent. My hope is that the 850mhz signal will
penetrate into the building that I work...
Originally Posted by pmz
Can anyone in this thread count? Anyone?
Your contract with AT&T is TWO years. Understood? 1 + 1 = 2 years.
AT&T has decided to offer subsidized pricing to ALL iPhone customers of 1 year or...
Originally Posted by renegade
So far as I can tell, AT&T is only requiring a one year wait before allowing the subsidized price.
My one year anniv. from my iPhone 3G is 7/12, which is what the website says for me to get the...
Originally Posted by al_bundy
depends on the site
some sites are cached using akamai and similar technologies and there are multiple copies around the internet. youtube is not.
These are the same sites that I'm checking...
Originally Posted by ivan.rnn01
how long YouTube clip takes to buffer doesn't depend on the signal strength at the point of iPhone location. It seems to depend on where - on which server - geographically the video is...
I'd be happy with 3G that worked consistently. There are times when I could watch a 10 minute
youtube video with no lag at my cubicle & then there are times when I would wait an hour for a
one minute video to load up. It doesn't...
Originally Posted by Frank777
I'm going to go out on a limb and predict that Apple will introduce the first 20" MacBook Pro.
I'd definitely buy one as long it was a quad-core, had a blu-ray burner, & a 512gb 7200...