$600 is a nice chunk of change but:if its 600 dollars i don't think i'll be too anxious to get one as soon as it comes out
I don't think its priced too high given the price that ipods have been bringing . . As to when, I made the mistake of saying, I didn't think it was the phone for me . . Thats when I figured it was an ipod that also did phone calls. When I learned it was 8 gigs, a total OS in a device the size of a phone, thats when I started to re-think my statement . . . . I probably won't upgrade in June . . . I just bought a Treo 680 less than a month ago . . But it is probably my next cell phone purchase . .
It does do video same as the iPod. I think it will have the ability to carry files and also look at them. Jobs said it is running on OS X so to me, that means whatever runs on my Mac runs on the iPhone (Theoretically). I think the possibilities are going to be huge! I have a Treo 650 and had the Treo 600 and I have a Dopod 838 Pro Windows Mobile smartphone on hold. I have to pick it up on MOnday but now, well should I wait? I live in Aus so it will be 2008 before I even see an iPhone.I agree. I am new to the smartphone world, having only gotten my Treo 650 this past August. I love having it. But I already have seen, from Steve's keynote intro of the iPhone at MacWorld, that this is a phone that I am going to own. Just going to have to wait until maybe later in the summer.
My two big questions about the iPhone, though, are (1) does it have really strong drawing power through its antenna for both the phone signal support and for the internet? (my Treo is good on antenna signal draw) and (2) will it be getting the ability for me to have docs, excel, powerpoint, pdfs, and does it do video clips as well as photos?
Anyway, it will be a hunk of change, but I definitely envision one coming into my life.
Well get ready to edit your definition. This in no way means that anything running on Mac OS will run on the iPhone. None of the programs will be able to just copy over and use. It just doesn't work like that. Even though they run the same OS (somewhat, I think what he said was quite a bit of a stretch) this in no way means that everything is backwards and crossover compatible. I wish software was that easy though :-PJobs said it is running on OS X so to me, that means whatever runs on my Mac runs on the iPhone (Theoretically).
Just curious how many people are already planning on getting the new iPhone.
I'd suggest removing it from your list of trusted devices, performing a soft reset and then re-initiating the process. If you still have trouble, check out the forums at Everything Treo. Lots of helpful and knowledgeable folks there.I just got a TREO 680 running Palm OS a month ago and I like it except I am having trouble with my bluetooth headset not pairing anymore after weeks of having worked fine. (?)