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iPhone Will Equipped With Google Latitude July 24, 2009

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Referring the news source at ‘http://justanotheriphoneblog.com/wordpress/” , now iPhone will be equipped with Google’s Location based social networking application latitude. There are some threats to install this application on mobile iPhone because Apple does not allow any third party application to run in the background as Windows Mobile, Android and Blackberry allows.

Google Lattitude For iPhone

To update our location on iPhone, we have to follow some easy steps:

1) Install Mobile safari on iPhone

2) navigate to www.google.com/latitude

3) Allow Safari to access my location information

On the iPhone platform, Google Latitude is one of those features that’s kind of fun to play with for a few minutes, before being relegated to the less-than-useful category. Until Google and Apple come up with a way to enable automatic and behind-the-scenes location updates, I just don’t see this service taking off and being very useful.

My hope is that Google will eventually add the Latitude functionality into the existing native Maps app, so we don’t have to use two different apps for very similar functionality. Perhaps at that time, with a more tightly-integrated solution, Google Latitude will be more useful.

Source: http://justanotheriphoneblog.com/wordpress/

Is Blackberry Bold An iPhone Killer ? September 15, 2008

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In the recent news from renowned news sources in UK, it is the topic of discussion that the Blackberry Bold is going to become an iPhone killer. According to the blackberry manufacturing canadian company RIM – The Blackberry Bold is a kind of phone which is in the reach of it’s high end users like travelling salesman, business personnels and the ordinary users. It is being treated as an point of attraction from it’s broad range of users and audiance.

As Apple iPhone is having it’s best features like Geo tagging, GPS, 3G mobile network and it’s touch screen feature which allows it’s users to get the browsing experience as they feel while browsing on the internet. It has 2 MP camera which is not so high resolution one but produces the good quality pictures and video clips. On the other hand if we talk about the Blackberry bold it is being designed with this almost entirely in mind: loading music for instance, has been made really easy – it will pull songs straight from your existing iTunes library; surfing the web is more satisfying than on other BlackBerrys, because the Bold uses the 3G mobile phone network as well as Wi-Fi to get online; and the interface has been given a makeover.

We can compare the basic features of Blackberry Bold and 3G Apple iPhone to justify that where iPhone lacks with the Bold so that it is being in the rumors that bold is going to be an iPhone Killer.

Camera and GPS
iPhone 3g:The two-megapixel camera is basic but produces images of acceptable quality. Using the built-in GPS and Google Maps to get around is easy, but the current system is not quite fast enough to support real-time turn-by-turn directions. The satnav software can “tag” a photo with the geographical coordinates where it was taken.

BlackBerry Bold: The Bold has the same two-megapixel camera as the iPhone and can also “geotag” your photographs. The GPS function is very easy to use, and you can install additional software to turn the Bold into a useful sat-nav device, capable of providing turn-by-turn directions.

iPhone 3g: The iPhone can collect emails as soon as they hit your computer inbox. Setting up a connection to my work email account took 90 seconds.

BlackBerry Bold: The full-sized keyboard means that you can type long emails comfortably, and you can open and edit documents with applications such as “Word to Go”.

Overall view
iPhone 3g: If the iPhone had the ability to edit documents on the go, it would be the perfect business device.

BlackBerry Bold:The BlackBerry Bold, quite simply, does more than the iPhone. It looks better than any of its predecessors, too, but email and professional uses are always going to be the priorities for this device.

News Source: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/

Is Samsung Instinct is A Virtual iPhone ? September 9, 2008

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Samsung has it’s new member called Samsung Instinct. This is a bit clone of Apple iPhone with 3G access. It is also stated that it’s 3G access is 5 times faster than the 3G apple iphone. It has some extended features like Visual Voicemail, TV functionality and full web browser access. It’s GPS is also far better than the Apple iPhone.

Samsung Instinct is differ from iPhone somewhat in expandable memory, voice recognition functionalities. It has a solid touch screen and the marvlous voice command recognition. So it’s not yet predicted that which one will be the winner but the going on competition will definetely prove the fact.

3G Apple iPhone Launching Conversation June 11, 2008

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The latest 3G iPhone from Apple is now a real picture for mobile phone users and it is being said that it is a real “Game Changes”. I have found this latest news while browsing the Articles for iPhones.According to Ralph de la Vega, president and chief executive officer of AT&T Mobility, the wireless division of San Antonio, Texas-based AT&T –

This device is a true game-changer. Why? The immediacy of the data at your fingertips is huge. Imagine, looking up anything, anywhere. It (3G iPhone) allows you to leave your computer at home. It totally and completely mobilizes your data. Before this device you weren’t really untethered, but with this you are. I think people have tried to build a $100 laptop, and here is a $200 phone that can do all that over 3G. It will have a big impact, and will be ubiquitous.

Latest 3G iPhone

According to him, this 3G phones network has high speed as wi fi networks operate. So we can say that this will be the bestever mobile computing and could be better than palmtops and laptops. For the real conversation about 3G Apple iPhone, follow the below mentioned link.


Apple iPhone or the Nokia N95 8GB – Your handset. Your decision March 1, 2008

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In the last few years, mobile phones have changed radically and that too for the better. With slick looks and a host of user-friendly options, the latest handsets are catering to the needs and requirements of the tech-savvy phone users in diverse spheres. The Apple iPhone and the Nokia N95 can be mentioned in this context to further elucidate the above mentioned statement.


The iPhone from Apple is a high-end mobile that can be operated with a simple touch. The automatic synchronization of contacts from Windows PC, Mac, or Internet service makes the device quite useful in the professional environment.

With capability to hear as well as view voice mail messages and a QWERTY keyboard, the iPhone from Apple makes itself of use in more ways than one. The integrated 2 megapixel digital camera is perfect to capture fleeting moments from the kaleidoscope of life. The storage space could be either 8GB or 16 GB, depending on the particular model that is in use.

The Nokia N95 8GB mobile phone, on the other hand, comes with 8GB of storage space. This slick looking and easy to use nokia mobile phone N Series brings a world of mobile multimedia to its users. The 5 megapixel digital camera with Carl Zeiss optics is perfect to capture brilliant images. Music streaming is easy in the in-built MP3 player. The connectivity options include 3G, HSDPA and WLAN, USB 2.0 and Bluetooth. The integrated GPS and Nokia maps application make the Nokia N95 quite the gadget to acquire and use.

Both these handsets are high-end in their features and come with some very innovative capabilities. In the ultimate analysis, it depends on particular phone users to forego the use of one handset in favor of another.

Apple iPod V/S Apple iPhone – competition Going On February 4, 2008

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The Apple iPhone is an internet-enabled multimedia mobile phone that has been designed and marketed by Apple Inc. It features a touchscreen interface with a virtual keyboard. The device is packed with useful applications like iTunes, Google Maps, Calculator and YouTube. It features a built-in web browser and supports Bluetooth & Wi-Fi connectivity. Its YouTube application streams videos over Wi-Fi and/or EDGE networks.

The iPhone allows users to watch television shows and films on its display. The handset comes equipped with a 2 megapixel camera and a portable media player. The device runs on the optimized version of OSX operating system. It is a quad band GSM smartphone that has 8 GB of flash memory. When Wi-Fi is active, the device automatically switches from the EDGE network to any previously approved Wi-Fi network. The handset weighs 135 gm and measures 115 x 61 x 11.6 mm. It comes equipped with a non removable battery that has a talktime of upto 8 hours and a standby time of upto 250 hours. A new version of Apple iPhone is scheduled to be launched soon that would operate on faster 3G networks.

On the other hand, the latest Consumer Electronics gadget Apple iPod is a portable media player that is designed and marketed by Apple. The device uses the Apple’s iTune software to download and play music files. The device allows the user to transfer photos, videos and games to other compatible devices. It can play a variety of music file formats like MP3, AIFF, WAV and Protected AAC. The fifth and sixth generation iPod Classics can also play MPEG4 and Quicktime video formats.

There are four models of Apple iPods – the Classic, the Nano, the Shuffle and the ipod Touch. Newest models of these devices feature a touch-sensitive click wheel instead of a mechanical scroll wheel. They also use flash memory instead of hard disks. The batteries of these devices are not designed to be replaced or removed by the users. Fifth generation models of these devices have their batteries attached to their backplate with adhesives.

Both Apple iPhone and Apple iPod are equipped with a wide range of features. While the former is smartphone, the latter is a portable digital media player. Both of these devices have been designed and marketed by Apple Inc. Both of them have got wide public acceptance during last few years.