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iPhone 4

Discussion in 'Gadgets and Gizmos' started by Deafjeff, Jun 17, 2010.

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    That's my feeling :yes: the hardware is everything a truly modern phone needs, finally no one can say this/that missing although some are still wanting a keyboard. The software likewise, ios4 seems spot on
     
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    It makes me laugh when 'anti-apple' people say "Oh it's not perfect, it's missing this, it's missing that" yet companies such as Nokia *still* haven't got it right and they have been in the mobile phone business for god knows how long. Apple create their first mobile device, it causes a revolution and within 4 'new' versions they have it perfect :yes:
     
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    ok just spoken to o2 - you will ONLY be able to pick up in store, they expect stocks to be ' very small' and will not be reservable and only avaliable on a first come first served basis

    looks like some long waits guys
     
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    What's the international traveller option on the o2 contract?
     
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    No idea i. Think it means your minutes are included abroad. Surely they wouldn't stop you using it in this day and age
     
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    It discounts calls and received calls etc when you're abroad. Can add up to a tidy saving but not enough to make you want to actually use it abroad still ;-) (or that was the case when I had o2)
     
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    Just a note, O2 said exactly the same to me last time and I got to work to find everyone had reserved one at the local o2 shop. I phoned and they said "yeah you can reserve but we've got a long list now, you shouldve called earlier" GRRRRRRRRRRR!

    So it's worth phoning or better, visiting, your local o2 shop and fluttering your eyelashes :D and asking them to put one away for you. They can only say no but they might just say yes!
     

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