Apple Iphone Unlocked Mobile

The new 16GB iPhone is a stupendous edition to Apples new cellular system. Apart from Apple’s famous iPods they have come up with the same features in their new iPhone and it works as a cell phone too. It is a smart phone with internet facilities and GPS systems and the best feature is its touch screen. It comes with a camera and earphone.

Apple-IPhone16GB at the same time as the iPhone upgrade, Apple also boosted the maximum memory capacity of the top-end iPod Touch from 16GB to 32GB. The relative attractiveness of the iPod touch – which in its latest software upgrade was given previously iPhone-only features such as email and Google Maps – is also thought to have slowed the uptake of the iPhone

Goldstriker, the guys that keep on making golden mobile phones, iPods and other stuff, just got their hands on a 16GB Appel iPhone and coated it in 24-carat gold. It has gold on the throughout of the phone, 75 percent of the rear and it’s shinier than ever. The 16gb Apple iPhone. Apple has combined three amazing products — a widescreen iPod with touch controls, a revolutionary mobile phone, and a breakthrough Internet communications device with desktop-class email, web browsing, maps, and searching into one small and lightweight handheld device.

iPhone introduced an entirely new user interface based on a large multi-touch display and pioneering new software, letting you control everything with just your fingers. Apple iPhone Includes a 3.5-inch 480 x 320 touchscreen display with multi-touch support and a proximity sensor to turn off the screen when it’s close to your face, 2 megapixel cam, Bluetooth 2.0 with EDR and A2DP, WiFi that automatically engages when in range, EDGE. It runs OS X with support for Widgets, Google Maps, and Safari, and iTunes. A partnership with Yahoo allows all iPhone customers to hook up with free push IMAP email. Please Purchase Online http://www.phoneandbeyond.com


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Samsung i8910 HD – Attractive Autofocus 8MP Camera Phone On Orange

It is hard to find a person who is unaware about the Samsung. This big brand has launched a plenty of handsets with a number of sophisticated features.The Samsung i8910 HD, when announced in the MWC was found to be one of the best devices to come into the market. It appears to be a very advanced device with multiple high profile features like this phone has an eight megapixel camera with HD video recording of 1280 x 720 pixels. It has an autofocus feature for premier quality of snaps taken and the smile shot helps to get a snap at the perfect Kodak moment. The device also has the GPS feature which can help the user to make out the position of any place and his own self as well. There is also a WiFi feature enabled on this phone which can help a person to get WiFi connectivity through this device.

The A2DP Bluetooth connectivity of this phone helps to perform data transfer to and from other devices with Bluetooth feature. The Navigator of i8910 helps the user to navigate from one position, on earth, to the other. Accelerometer in the phone allows auto rotation which means that the phone’s screen adjusts itself with the movement of the phone. There’s also a proximity sensor for auto screen turn off. GPRS and EDGE features are supported by this mobile phone. There’s support for HSDPA up to 7.2 MBPS to enable high speed Internet browsing. At such a rate, users will not miss browsing on home PC. It supports GSM and UMTS for making calls.

The phone uses latest Symbian S60 OS for the efficient working of its features. There is a 3.7 inch capacitive touchscreen in Samsung i8910 HD and it responds to the each and every touch of the user using the Symbian OS. The phone has a 3G support for better and faster network connectivity. Two variations will be available in form of 8 GB and 16 GB memory. This mobile also has an HDMI output and a 3.5 mm audio jack plus DivX and DNLA certification. With the dual speakers and 5.1 surround sound, it’s like having a tiny HDTV at your Palm. This mobile is a high technology mobile which can be called to be in competition with the Nokia N97. It is a slider phone with three shining buttons visible below the screen which increases the beauty of the device. The phone also has the ability to get 3rd party softwares installed on them. The handset consists of 1500 mAh battery.

This is not all, and more small but important features like the calender, reminders, clock alarm and spreadsheets are provided in Samsung i8910 HD for user’s ultimate mobile experience. The display of this phone is of high quality at 640 x 360 pixels and 123 x 58 x 12.9 mm is the dimension of this high end device which does not seem to be too much when the features are recalled. So the weight and size of this gadget seems to be reasonable even though it is high! Undoubtedly, it is an excellent handset with most of the features desired by the present day handset.


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Samsung i8910 HD Has 3.7 Inch Pretty Nifty Touch screen

Finally a 3G with all stunning features and happening display with touch sensitive screen is here as Samsung Omnia HD i8910. The touch screen is 3.7 Inches in size which offers the user a huge display to gain a high quality viewing experience as well as a user friendly input method using touch screen controls. This screen is made from a scratch resistant tempered glass & is an AMOLED type screen which provides a beautifully clear contrast as well as displaying up to sixteen million colors for the user to enjoy whilst viewing & operating. Samsung i8910 HD is fullfill of all latest key features are 3.7 Inch AMOLED 16 Million Touch Screen (360 x 640 Pixels), WLAN WIFI Technology, GPS Navigation, 8 Megapixel Camera with 4 x Zoom & Power LED Flash, Video Recorder (24 Frames per Second), 13.5 Hours Talk Time, Symbian S60 5.0 Operating System, 3G HSDPA Technology, Email (POP3, IMAP4, SMTP, SSL, TLS & OTA), Music Player (MP3, AAC, WMA, AAC+ & eAAC+). The new attraction on this handset could be the touch screen, camera, music feature, Internet connectivity & so much more but the camera feature is truly impressive & comes with outstanding imaging features for the user to enjoy.

The camera features comes with Samsung Omnia HD i8910 are more than enough to capture any kind of image and video with the integrated camera which is an 8 megapixel camera & the camera lens can be found on the back of the casing. The user can capture outstanding quality pictures which can be viewed & enjoyed on HD TV. The 8 megapixel cameras comes with a built in zoom & an automatic focus which will focus precisely on the users subject each time a new picture is captured. An advanced smile shot & face detection feature allows the user to ensure a happy shot is captured using this feature as the picture will be taken when the subjects face has been detected & a smile is made for a happy capturing experience. The Samsung i8910 Omnia HD has an automatic panorama feature which allows the user to capture panoramic views using the 8 megapixel camera which is ideal for capturing stunning landscapes as well as large group photos.

A built in GPS system allows the user to enjoy a geo tagging picture feature which allows the user to store the location their pictures where captured which is a fun feature & allows the user to visit those beautiful places again if desired. A built in power LED flash will add light to those dark surroundings & brighten up the users finished picture. The Samsung i8910 Omnia HD comes with a second camera which has a front facing lens & the user can use this camera when the user is taking part in a 3G video call or if the user wishes to capture a self portrait. The user of this sophisticated handset can enjoy high definition video recording on their handset at 1280 x 720 at up to 24 frames per second for a high quality recording experience. The user can watch their HD video recordings on their TV by connecting their i8910 Omnia HD directly to their TV. And users do not need to worry about music features in any format because Samsung i8910 Omnia HD supports video playback in many popular video formats including MPEG4, WMV, XviD, DivX, H263 & H264 so the user will never be short of entertainment on their handset. All this stuff can be stored in this gadget in internal memory which is 8 gigabytes in size plus the handset has 16 gigabytes of flash memory & the user can add a memory card to extend this memory further as the i8910 Omnia HD supports MicroSD memory cards which are up to 16 gigabytes in size. All these things provided by Samsung in a 123mm high, 58mm wide & 12.9mm deep which is a great size & ideal for the user to hold in a single hand. So get it as fast as you can. Compare a lot of samsung phones contract offer if you plan to buy samsung phone.


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Apple Products Top Kids List for Christmas

Most parents already know what the Duracell Toy Report has announced recently which is the top items on kids Christmas lists this year for kids from five to sixteen are Apple products.

Here are the top five products kids want:

1. iPhone 4 – This smartphone replaced the iPhone3G this year. While similar in capacity, the new iPhone is slimmer and comes in a stainless steel case. Why is the iPhone popular among preteens? Maybe it’s due to its capacity to hold lots of cool software for games, the downloading of books, and music. Don’t forget about its capacity to surf the Internet, therefore there is the ability to constantly use Facebook and check one’s email. The new iPhone 4 also has a front facing camera along with its typical rear camera for photos. The front facing camera is great for Skyping and such. What else does the iPhone 4 have? A faster processer, the A4, which is the same processor that runs the iPad. The battery is said to hold 7 hours of 3G talk, 6 hours of 3G browsing, 10 hours of Wi-Fi browsing,10 hours of video, and 40 hours of music.  The iPhone 4 is selling for $199 to $299, depending on the amount of memory you want. For those who still love last year’s iPhone model or for those parents who don’t want to dish out hundreds of dollars, the iPhone 3G will drop in price to $99.

2. iPod Touch – The iPod has come a long way and teenagers know the difference between the iPod of yesterday and todays new iPod Touch. What makes the Touch better than a standard iPod? Well, for one, it is almost like having an iPhone without the capacity to make phone calls – meaning, it can run all the cool apps Apple has available, play music, show videos, take pictures, take videos, and it can include Wi-Fi for surfing the Internet, all for a bit less than the iPhone and the iPhone cell fees. The new iPod Touch contains Apple’s A4 processor as well, which makes it faster. The iPod Touch is selling for anywhere between $179 to $400.

3. iPad – Like the iPod Touch and iPhone, the iPad also runs cool apps, allows one to watch videos and scan the Internet. The biggest difference between the ipad and the iPhone and iPod Touch is the size (9.7 inches). The iPad was intentionally built with a larger screen for easier reading and use of web content. It is almost the cross between a laptop and an iPhone.  The large screen makes it a great E-Reader for the readers in your family. iBooks can be downloaded from the App store and one can have any book they want on demand. The iPad also has Wi-Fi, meaning you will only have an Internet connection when near a Wi-Fi hotspot. The iPad price varies according to how much memory you want. It comes in everything from 16GB to 64GB. Price ranges from $499 to $829.

4. Kinect for Xbox – The fourth item on the list is not an Apple product but one made by Microsoft. Xbox just released Kinect, which is somewhat like the Nintendo Wii in that it is a game based on your movements. The biggest difference between Kinect and Wii is that Kinect does not require any controls. Yes, you heard it right, no controls. How does it do this? The system uses an optical scanner to read users skeletal reflection through the swipe of a hand to turn itself on, you choose your game and move your avatar with simply your movements. Kinect was built to accompany the Xbox 360. The price of Kinect starts at $149.00

5. Zhu Zhu Pets – Last is something completely different than the above. The Zhu Zhu pet comes in 9 different characters with names like Patches, Chunk, PipSqueak, Mr. Squiggles, Num Nums, Scoodles, Jilly Nugget, and Winkie. You can also purchase accessories for customizing these little toy hamsters. This item is the least expensive of the top five and sells for around $40 (the price started at $10 but due to demand, jumped up to $40).


Source by: Chad Figueiredo

Mobiles Phones – Then And Now

Over the past 25 years, we have seen vast improvements in the technology that surrounds us. Many people take what we have available to us for granted, for example when was the last time you got up from your sofa to change the TV channel?

One of the most useful applications of technology is communication, gone are the days of attaching your message to a carrier pigeon. Now we have E-mail, Fax, Instant Messaging, Social networking and of course, the Mobile Phone.

As your reading this it is likely there is at least 1 mobile phone within 10 metres of where you are sitting, you have probably used one today as well. In fact in several countries there are more mobile phones than people including the UK

Today I am going to show you how mobile phones have evolved

The 80s The first generation

Often referred to as the decade of greed reflecting the economic and social climate in the UK and USA. However the 1980s are also considered to be the transition between the industrial and information ages.

Motorola DynaTAC

The first commercially available handheld mobile phone was the Motorola DynaTAC which was approved in 1983.

Weighing in at an outstanding 794 grams and measuring 10 inches tall, the DynaTAC was a true trooper. It had the standard 12 button layout we see on todays mobile phones along with 9 additional keys-

Rcl (Recall), Clr (Clear), Snd (Send), Sto (Store), Fcn (Function), End (End), Pwr (Power), Lock (Lock), Vol (Volume)

Motorola have announced that they will release a 21st anniversary edition of the phone built to the original specification with modern day components.

It did have one advantage though, if someone tried to mug you, you could club them over the head with it and make your get away.

Nokia 100

The first handset from Nokias Original series of handsets was designed especially for the growing consumer market. From the ground up it was designed to be easy to use by mobile phone virgins, a concept that Nokia is renowned for worldwide.

Nokias market research at the time revealed buyers were purchasing handsets for security reasons. Based on this 3 special keys were integrated, the first a red number 9 that was programmed to dial emergency services. The second was represented by an envelope to call voice mail systems and the third could be programmed to user preference.

The handset weighed a mere 340 grams and also included the keyguard system which protected against calls being made accidentally.

The 90s The Second Generation

The 90s marked the collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of the cold war; it also marked the dot com boom and rise of the internet. Economic growth sat hand in hand with technological development.

Motorola StarTAC

This was the first phone to appear in the flip format. Its generally agreed this was inspired by the original Star Trek communicator; The phone was released in January 1996 and in 2005 PC World Magazine ranked it at number 6 in The 50 Greatest Gadgets Of The Past 50 Years

It was also the first phone to feature the vibrating alert feature dubbed Vibracall, at the time only Motorola handsets could make use of this feature as they held the patent. Back in the day it was also considered the smallest (94 mm x 55 mm x 19 mm) and lightest (94 grams) mobile phone available, it even made cameo appearances in films such as 8mm staring Nicolas Cage.

Nokia 5110

The Nokia 5110 was released to the public in 1998 and very quickly became the most popular mobile phone in the world. It was rugged, had excellent battery life and of course was one of the first phones to feature the game snake.

One of the main features that set the Nokia 5110 apart from the competition was Nokias Express on fascias. For the first time users could customise exactly how their phone looked, people could create custom fascias for their mobile phones allowing them to stand out from the crowd.

Siemens S10

The Siemens S10 was the first to feature a colour screen; it marked a revolution in mobile phone history. It was released to the general public in 1998 and to celebrate/show off their achievement, Siemens included an Easter egg to display a Palm Tree Image.

Although this was the first mobile phone to feature a colour screen, demand for the handset was fairly low. The colours looked washed out and the screens suffered from vertical ghosting. A feature I quite like about the phone, is the ability to assign a colour to a contact in your phonebook, similar to how you can assign colours to files on modern day apple macs.

Nokia 3210

The Nokia 3210 was a massively popular handset, initially launched in 1999. It had a winning combination of cutting edge features. It was the first mobile phone to have an internal antenna and unlike the Nokia 5110, you could replace both the front and back covers of the phone.

For the first time in the mobile phone industry an advertising campaign was launched for the handset aimed predominantly at young people. The inclusion of 3 games, changeable fascias, customisable ringtones and aggressive pricing led to the handsets huge popularity with those aged 15-25.

The 2000s Third Generation

The start of 2000 went down in history with the worlds biggest excuse to get drunk, the new millennium. The 2000s have sparked escalation of social issues from the 90s such as healthcare, human rights, gender equality, homosexuality, body image and terrorism. But what has it done for technology?

Samsung SGH-M100

2000 was the year that re-defined digital convergence, combining multiple devices into one in the name of convenience. Samsung had created an award winning combination of a mobile phone with an integrated MP3 Player.

It had 32MB of integrated memory, and connected to your PC with a parallel interface. Included with the handset was an inline remote allowing complete control of your music, there was also a headset included that doubled up as a personal handsfree.

J-SH04 Sharp

The first commercially available camera phone was released to the Asian market in 2000. The phone boasted a 110,000 pixel camera using an integrated CCD sensor and a glorious 256 colour screen to display your captured moments.

There was also a miniature mobile colour printer available so you could make hard copies of your photos. Its generally thought that the camera phone and mobile printer was inspired by the Purikura photo booths that could be found scattered around Tokyo at the time.

Ericsson T68

Released in time for Christmas 2001, the T68 had the strongest set of features ever seen on a mobile phone and managed to do so in style while remaining lightweight and compact (100 mm x 48 mm x 20 mm 84 grams).

Although not the first phone to feature Bluetooth (this was the Ericsson T36 in 2000) it was the first that penetrated the market and became widespread. It also featured Infrared, GPRS, TriBand, WAP, SMS, Predictive Text, EMS, WAP, Colour screen, Customisable ring tones, Custom wallpapers, Screensavers and a Photo phonebook. This phone set the standards for those to come.

Motorola V3/RAZR

This handset had the power to make the world spin the opposite direction on it axis. It was released into the wild in 2004, and possibly one of the most distinct handsets of all time due to its looks and size. It was initially considered as an exclusive fashion phone.

Like its great granddad the Motorola StarTAC, the V3 managed to make it into PCworlds The 50 Greatest Gadgets Of The Past 50 Years at the number 12 spot.
The handset was just 13mm thick (53 mm x 98 mm x 13 mm) and weighed just 99 grams. In less than a year of its release it was reported that the RAZR V3 was the most popular clamshell handset available, and by July 2006 Motorola had shipped 50 million units.

Nokia N95

The N95 does it all. Gone are the days of carrying a mobile phone, An MP3 Player, A GPS unit in your car, A PDA/Laptop, A video camera or a digital camera. One single device than can do it all was released to the public in March 2007.

The handset packs a 5 megapixel camera with carl zeiss optics, Video recording at 640×480, WiFi, Quad Band, Integrated GPS and an MP3 player. Even though by todays standards it is considered heavy at 120 grams and quite large in size (99x53x20 mm) the handset shot to the number one spot in its first week of release. This was mainly due to the huge amount of anticipation for the handset.

After that, people are left wondering what is next? Is it possible to make a mobile phone any better than this? The answer is yes, and the answer begins with A.

The Future – Fourth Generation

Apple iPhone

Apple are notorious for the way they market their products, they have built up hype over months if not years for this product. They are very secret with what they do, and the public piece patents together to work out Apples new product. In fact, over 200 patents are related to the technology behind the iPhone.

The iPhones features include those of a camera phone, a multimedia player, mobile phone and internet services such as web browsing and E-mail. All of this is controlled by a massive 3.5 inch touchscreen interface. It is available with 8GB or 16GB of storage and apple are trying to capture 1% of the entire mobile phone market within its first year of launch, thats 10 million units.

Already Apple are to release a revised model of the Apple iPhone, the iPhone 3G, currently penned for release mid July. It includes new features such as 3G data transmission and built in GPS allowing you to literally find the nearest hotel, train station, pub no matter where you are.


Source by: Matthew Woodward

Seven Ways Your Used Cell Phone and Used Blackberry Can Make Your Life Go A Bit Smoother

The majority of people who choose to buy a refurbished or used cell phone do it so that they can make and receive phone calls whenever and wherever. Technology is always changing and with society getting more used to the wireless options, cell phone companies and designers are developing fresh and ingenious ways that you are able to use that cell phone. Here are seven ways of how your Blackberry and modern technology are making your life just a bit easier.

Way 1 – Audio Recorder To Keep A Record Of Important Calls

While you can use your cell phone’s recorder to get the professor’s memos and lectures in your class, that recorder is also great for current calls. For instance, your significant other calls to give you a list of items needed from the store. Instead of talking while you’re shopping, record the message during the call and play it back while you’re going around the store. This way you won’t forget anything. This is certainly easier than having to access the voicemail (plus you may end up wasting cell phones minutes). Before you go nuts with this recording feature, you need to know what your laws are about recording someone on the phone; it may be a state that requires the person have knowledge about the recording.

Way 2 – Have Notes? Take Pictures and Get Digital Copies.

Many people have another way to get notes from the professor or classmates; use the phone’s camera option to get a picture of them. However, a free online service allows you to change those whiteboard pictures into a “pdf” or “jpg” and store it in the online account you have. Not only that but it will clean up the image to make it highly legible. The option called Qipit definitely beats having to scan the documents.

Way 3 – A 411 Alternative That’s Free

Many people don’t realize it but there is a free option to the 411-directory assistance number. Instead of paying for your assistance call, use the 1-800-FREE-411 number on your used Blackberry.

Way 4 – Flashlight/Camera Flash

Many people use their refurbished cellular phones backlight for a flashlight when they need to see in the dark. Yet, when you’re in need of a light that’s just a bit more powerful, you want something that will stay on longer than five or 10 seconds and don’t require you to keep pressing a button. This is when you can use the phone’s camera flash to give you light. Read through the phone’s manual to determine if the camera has a “steady” light option that you can enable. If you notice there is no option such as this, you can record video with the flash to give you steady light for a minute amount of time.

Way 5 – Google Can Text You

Believe it or not, you don’t need Internet access on your used Blackberry to use the Google service. All you need to do is text in 466453 (spells Google in numeric code) and get a text message that gives you results. Discover the things you need quickly, all without having to use the Internet to do so.

Way 6 – Instant Tracking Notifications For Free

Again, you don’t need Internet access to get great SMS texting service that will let you know where your packages are in real-time. This is wonderful when you’re running errands and need to know if an important package or letter arrived at the home or office. Be sure you sign up with TrackThis (at www.usetrackthis.com); you’ll need to create yourself a free account and enter your entire package tracking information. Once you do this, you’ll receive the tracking data including where it’s at, when it’s out for delivery, if it’s been delayed or delivered.

Way 7 – Send Friend’s Voicemails Without Disturbing

When you have a refurbished Verizon blackberry and you’ve got a friend using the same refurbished Verizon blackberry, you may need to call them but don’t want to bother them at a bad time; send a message right to their voicemail without ever having their phone ring. You may need to speak with your provider’s customer service to understand how this works.

As you can see, these are seven simple ways to use your cell phone beyond how you do now. Use these options to make your life run a little smoother.


Source by: S. Bradshaw

The New Iphone 4G Mobile Phone

Hardcore innovation and design that not only exude style but also grandness has incessantly been the defining characteristics of Apple. As mobile phones are primarily formulated for the aim of making communication manageable regardless of location, the Apple iPhone 4G yields the whole new significance to the instruments we use to reach out to other people. There are a superfluity of innovations and applications that can be discovered in Apple’s devices which transformed the mobile industry forever. Using the iPhone not only for its communication potentialities is as smooth and simple as ever, even a grade schooler can do it. Although the iPhone is chiefly a touch screen handset, it still does have keys set at the lateral side and top which are projected in a way that it can easily be located and easily pressed when needed. The outer push buttons are limited nevertheless, and this is done to further simplify the iPhone in terms of useability. All other mobile device services is accessible via the touch screen GUI and with the approaching release of the iPhone OS 4, Apple lovers will unquestionably feel right at home. In addition, since the iPhone is an international phone, it is no surprise that it can sustain different languages. One distinct characteristic of touchscreen phones presently is the built-in accelerometer which the iPhone does not lack. The accelerometer is a large innovation of the new iPhone as it adapts to the movement that the user makes. For instance, when viewing a photo, the user no longer has to tilt his head to move from the portrait to landscape view; all you need to do is to rotate the phone itself and watch the display rotate on its own. The iPhone 4G’s proportions measures exactly 114.3 x 58.7 x 9.4 mm and boasts a 3.5″ capacitive touchscreen and boast resolutions that is quadruple than its predecessor the iPhone 3GS. The other aspects of the iPhone 3GS that was retained in the iPhone 4G is its multi-touch capability, proximity sensor and the scratch-proof screen. Multimedia accessibility is also one of the iPhone 4G’s strong point. Sound playback for the iPhone 4G is superb due to its iPod roots. High-resolution videos are beautifully captured and rendered with the iPhone’s display. Having an awesome storage capacity makes it convenient for you to save all your files in a handy gadget. The iPhone 4G can also accommodate any file format for storage, a major plus if you want to keep an important file handy. The iPhone 4G is definitely a convergence of several devices. The Apple iPhone 4G can serve as a means of calling other mobile phones, playing multimedia files, and even accessing the World Wide Web which is very easy as it supports connectivity via GPRS, EDGE, 3G HSDPA, WLAN Wi-Fi. Connectivity with other devices is via Bluetooth wireless and of course connecting to your computer is via the proprietary USB cable that may also act as a USB charger.


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iPhone Glass Replacement Service

Can you fix my iPhone glass? Cellphone repair shops have first hand details on all iPhone problems. Regular phones are easy and cheaper to replace that you never think about the cost. The market today is dictating that just replacing a bad iPhone with a new one is not feasible. The iPhone has become the leader in the cell phone market. One of the greatest products to lead the world in the 21st century is easily the iPhone. Millions of new iPhones have flooded the market since the first generation iPhone hit the street back in 2007. Users of the iPhone has put pressure on Apple with demand for their product. Globally there are millions of iPhones worldwide and because of this someday you may need some kind of iPhone glass replacement.

When talking about 3G repairs versus the 2G repairs, Apple did a marvelous job with this. Avoidable physical damage to the iPhone is constantly caused by owners who lack the understanding of opening and repairing one of these devices. Due to the fact that their are iPhone 2G do it yourself videos out there, many people who are not repair experts will attempt to open the iPhone 3G the same way as the iPhone 2G. So they may be doing a simple iPhone glass replacement job, turns into a more costlier fix. Their are only 2 small screws that need to be removed from the docking port area to open the iPhone 3G. Now by using a suction cup, place it by the home button area and you will be able to lift the glass away from the iPhone. Once this is accomplished, you can do your iPhone glass replacement project on your iphone 3G.

We now have the latest iPhone today, the 3GS. The new 3GS is twice as fast as the 3G, can finally take video shots and the data storage capabilities is up to 32GB depending on which iPhone you bought. When doing servicing on these 3GS phones, you just need to know that it opens like a 3G iphone. So if you are doing a iPhone glass replacement on it, knowing how to open a 3G phone is the same as opening a 3GS iPhone. Doing replacement repairs on this phone is also similar to a 3G iPhone. The 3G parts are not compatible with the 3GS parts. Although the 3G and 3GS main parts look similar, connectors on the parts are different. Just be careful when ordering replacement parts, that you are ordering the right parts for the right model.

All 2G, 3G and the latest 3GS have several similar repairs like a iPhone glass replacement. When trying a iPhone glass replacement make sure you are keeping all the screws in order. The screws are tiny and it would be a smart to remember where they came out from. The screws come in different sizes but since they are so tiny, it is hard to see which screw is which. Your screw planning will make your iPhone glass replacement easier when piecing back your iPhone back again. The rule of thumb you should know when attempting to work on an iPhone is not to force things if it does not want to go in or come out. The iPhone has so many small and easy to break parts if you are not careful.

Lots of self repair iPhone owners do not realize that finding a supplier for parts is a premium and the really tough part is sifting through the sellers to find a great supplier of iPhone parts. When your iPhone breaks, getting the parts for your iPhone takes time. That is why you need to find a good supplier in your country for 2G, 3G and 3GS parts. So when doing a iPhone glass replacement project, be aware of choosing a in country supplier with parts. It is a good idea to find a supplier that not only sells the public parts, but can do the repairs in house themselves. Why? The biggest reason you look for these traits in a parts and repair specialist is because if you cannot complete doing your iPhone glass replacement, you will need an option to send them your taken apart iPhone, so they can finish the job for you. There are times when attempts to fix your own iPhone comes at a price too difficult to complete. You can easily break good parts while inside your iPhone and realize that it would be better to have someone complete the job for you. This is why you should put an effort into buying parts from a supplier that also can help with repairs just in case. I want the assurance that I have a company to fall upon just in case I cannot finish the iPhone glass replacement project.

The top iPhone replacement parts site that can take on your water damaged iPhone and give it life again would be iPhoneReplacementParts.com because they have both criterias when looking for parts. They sell most of the parts needed to fix a iPhone and they have a repair service in house. I know that if I was to fail at repairing my iPhone 2G, 3G or 3GS, I feel secure that I can send it to them to get my iPhone back up and running. So the next time you need a iPhone glass replacement I would think about it for your iPhones physical sake.

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Source by: Quark Quinata

i-phone 4G – Has everything been addressed?

i-phone 4GThe i-Phone 4G will be released tomorrow in the UK. With that in mind, we thought that we should give our opinion on whether business mobile phone users should be taking the afternoon off to queue up to get hold of the latest and greatest smartphone from Apple.

The i-phone 4 is a tiny bit thinner from its left to its right edge, because of this you can stand the phone on it’s side to take pictures and shoot videos.

This i-phone is smooth – it’s stainless steel strip casing does look beautiful and it feels a good weight and sits in the hand nicely. The flat body is only 9.3 millimeters thin, 24% thinner than the i-phone 3GS.

It’s also fairly lighweight at 4.8 ounces, just 0.1 ounces heavier than the iPhone 3GS. The SIM card slot now sits on the side of the phone rather than on the top and it’s now a micro SIM slot.

There is also a fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating on the front and the back of the phone.

The camera on the back of the phone has a bright LED flash that you can have on or off. volume can be controlled by 2 small metal buttons for louder and quieter, but the Hold and Silence switches are pretty much the same as on the i-phone 3GS.

There is also noise cancellation thanks to a second mic on the top of the phone. There are 3 antennas running around the phone which are integrated into the strengthened stainless steel band that runs around the edge of the phone.

It is hoped that this new design will aid call quality which has been widely criticised on the original and 3GS i-phones.
iPhone-concept
A major improvement of the iPhone 4 is it’s 960×640 screen. It’s got 326 pixels per inch – they are tiny – only 78 micrometers wide. That’s 4 times as many pixels as on the i-phone 3GS – the picture is just incredible – if it can cope with streaming better then they are definitely onto a winner here.

Everything looks sharp and crisp on this, including the text – even when you zoom in the text still looks nice and smooth.

iOS 4 will automatically optimize the text in all apps for this screen so it is not necessary to change your apps images if you are a developer, although apparently it will make for a better user experience if you do so.

The i-phone 4 has a great camera with a 800:1 contrast ratio, four times better than the iPhone 3GS.

IPS technology in the screen gives the business mobile phone user a wide viewing angle, which is a nice feature but possibly not quite as good as the OLED technology on some android phones such as the HTC Desire.

Apple claim that the i-phone 4G’s screen will be stronger and more durable than ever with the glass also being much more scratch resistant.

The i-phone 4 has a screen resolution that is above the threshold of pixels that the human eye can make out (about 300 pixels per inch). It is set at 326 pixels per inch so Apple have labelled the screen ‘retina display’ – as mentioned above it is extremely good and clear.

Apple’s new A4 chip powers the iPhone 4, this is the same kind of chip as they have inside the iPad. The apps opened and closed quickly which made the iPhone 4 feel fast and responsive.

With a larger battery Apple claim that you can have up to 7 hours of talk time (a 40 percent increase), 6 hours of 3G browsing or 10 hours over Wi-Fi, 10 hours of video, 40 hours of music, or 30 hours of standby.

The iPhone 4 also has a three-axis gyroscope that senses the phone’s pitch, roll, and yaw so should be great for gaming and also a range of other apps that use movement sensors.

iPhone 4 comes in 16GB and 32GB only and is priced in the US at the same levels as the i-phone 3GS. So pricing will probably follow suit in the UK.

There is a 5MP camera on the back, a VGA camera on the front allows self-portraits and FaceTime calls. You can also make HD video’s on the phone, in 720p at 30 frames per second.

Using the camera is very simple with the touchscreen. You just tap the area that should be in focus, both for still shots and for video.

The LED flash can be on or off, it seems pretty bright, and can provide continuous illumination while you’re recording a video.

The front-facing camera is VGA 640×480, and Apple says it’s been “tuned for FaceTime” with a field of view and focal length appropriate for focusing on a face at arm’s length. You can take self-portraits with the front-facing camera too, but with this functionality you cannot use the tap-to-focus and flash capabilities.

You can edit images with the Camera’s app. You can also record video into a new MMS message in the Messages app, plus attach video to an email or send it right to YouTube and MobileMe.

But with Apple’s iMovie app you can also combine video clips you shot with iPhone 4 photos, and music to create little movies.

The controls are not at all intrusive, the phone easily switches between portrait and landscape, you can record video straight into the timeline, and if you use theme transitions and then switch themes, all the transitions are updated to the new theme.

Apple i-phone 4’s video calling (Facetime) is only available on Wifi for now, but it’s built in and easy to execute right from the Contacts list, or during a current phone call—as long as your colleague/clientt also has an iPhone 4. The other person has to accept the request, but there’s no setup or screen names or anything.

As there are two cameras you can easily switch from a picture of your face (in the new front-facing VGA camera) to what you’re seeing when you switch to the rear-facing 5-megapixel camera. It works in portrait or landscape.

They are making FaceTime’s protocol an open standard, though, so a lot is possible. In the photos on Apple.com, the FaceTime button takes the place of the Hold button when the iPhone is mid-call.

The iPhone 4 are all running iOS 4, this new upgrade to the software has numerous benefits such as better multi-tasking and a great app-switching interface, and newly revealed software audio controller that works with any background audio app, not just the iPod app. Here is a summary of the upgrade.
iPhone Multitasking
Apple flips the switch on its iAds business July 1, so get ready to see a lot of ads coming to your favorite iOS 4-optimized apps.

iAds are tagged as such, hopefully to entice you to click them, since doing so keeps you inside the app instead of kicking you out to a web browser to view a web ad.

Overall the i-phone 4 is a beautiful new upgrade that we think will be extremelly popular – all of the weaknesses of the i-phone seem to have been addressed and done well.

The high points of the phone are the Retina display screen, which is definitely the clearesest screen we’ve seen on a handheld device, and there is a great deal of technology within the phone as well as the extended battery life which will make the phone a lot more useful for business mobile phones users who use a lot of media.


Source by: Business Savings Advice

Buy Your iPhone Accessories Directly from Hong Kong and Save


Are you an iPhone addict? It is OK, you can admit it. You’re just one of the millions of people who have become passionate about using their iPhone. You’d probably love to load up on the coolest accessories, but those prices have stopped you dead in your tracks. If you buy your iPhone accessories directly from Hong Kong, you can save a bundle of money, while still getting the highest quality.

Face it, almost every iPhone accessory you buy has one thing in common. You look on the package and they either say “Made in China” or “Made in Hong Kong”. If you can cut out some of the middlemen, wouldn’t it make sense you can save a large percentage of the cost of the product?

What kind of accessories for your iPhone can you buy directly? Head phones, chargers, car kits, screen protectors, cases, speaker kits, FM transmitters, and many more items. Are you getting the idea, almost any accessory you desire for your iPhone is available directly from Hong Kong.

You might wonder why the prices are so much lower, since you only need one or two items, and stores buy in bulk. Stop to consider the problems your retailers face. First they buy the product, then they distribute them around the nation using expensive trucking companies. Next they pay employees local wages to put them on the shelves, and to ring them up at the register. They need to add in the cost for overhead. Then finally they need to throw in their profit margin, which on these items is sometimes 2 to 3 times the actual price of the item.

When you buy your iPhone accessories online, you’re dealing with the source of the product, or someone very near the manufacturing plants. They have lower costs for labor. They do not need to add in the cost of a retail floor. Plus, they are happy with much lower profit margins. They are earning money to spend in their own country, where the cost of living is much lower.

Ask yourself an easy question. Do you want to buy just one accessory for your dollars, or would you prefer buying several for the same amount of money? If you’re a true iPhone junkie, you’ll want to load up on your accessories.

You’ll quickly discover you can buy your iPhone accessories for only a few dollars each, stretching your budget dramatically. You’ll be able to afford the finest case for your iPhone, a great car charger, and cables for attaching your iPhone to your home theater, all for about the price of buying one item at the Apple store, or other retail outlets. Don’t pay for their overhead, keep the money in your own pocket.

Furthermore, in many countries like Israel, Germany, or England, the import duties and other taxes drive the price up. Israelis who order iPhone accessories from Hong Kong can save over 50% on their purchases.

Buy your iPhone accessories directly from Hong Kong and save your money for the important things. There may be a new critical app you’ll need soon. With the money you’ve saved on your accessories, you’ll have plenty of remaining budget for your next purchase.

Source by: Jeff Miramar