Tuesday, June 5, 2007

Apple iPhone Coming on June 29th

Hey guys,

For all the iPhone lovers, Its releasing on June 29th. Of course, not in India..... ;) I found the TV Ads in the site and the phone looks really good.... Man, is it a Phone or something else??? I wonder how they would have struggled to come up with phone....

The links are: link1 link2 link3

Specifications and Features :
  • black on the front and silver on the back
  • quad-band GSM/EDGE
  • 3.5-inch wide touch-screen display and 11.6 mm thick
  • 2 megapixel camera on the back
  • speaker, microphone
  • iPod dock connector on the bottom
  • a ring/silent switch and volume controls on one side
  • Home Button
  • light sensor which controls screen brightness to save power
  • a proximity sensor tells the iPhone turn off the touch screen when you bring it to your ear
  • an accellerometer automatically switches the iPhone to portrait or landscape mode, depending on how you're holding the device
  • runs on a slimmed down version of Mac OS X which includes Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0
  • ability to switch from cellular to WLAN technology
  • Visual Voicemail (developed by AT & T) allows listing of voice mails etc which are related to voice. (Check at the end of the TV Ads, you will see the commercial ending with "Only on the new AT & T".
  • Safari Web browser
Additional Features:

Merge calls for Conference, i-Chat, Zoom in and out of pictures, PC and MAC synchronization,Yahoo! push email support, MAC OS Dashboard widgets.

Some of the features are same like ipod. U can connect it to the system and the files can be transferred to computer. Calendar, Notes, Bookmarks, Contact information are retain the same in iPhone also.

Oh, the 3rd TV commercial is awesome right??? Google maps showing the place and information and u can call also to that number...

Simply putting, its a merge of 3 widgets : Mobile Phone + Internet + iPod with touch control.

Ok guys, I guess Indians have to wait for some months for it to come to India so that we can have a look at it... ;)