I really want an Apple iPhone but should I buy one? November 9th in UK will be madness
One of the main questions we seem to be getting is “I really want an Apple iPhone but should I buy one? Now this is a difficult one really considering many of us have different opinions and answers, but we will try to answer this from our point of view.
OK for starters “Is the Apple iPhone a good phone? The answer to this has to be yes 9 times out of 10, and this is why; the iPhone is without a doubt a very sexy looking phone, the technology within is amazing like the hi-tech touch screen feature and so much more. There are some issues that will worry some of you like the fact the iPhone in the UK which will be on the shelves November 9th 2007 and is only Exclusive too O2, the other issue that many asked in the U.S is that “Why is my phone locked? Now will this be an issue in the UK? Well we will have to wait and see on that one.
The camera is only 2 megapixels which is ok but there are many mobile phones coming out with 5 megapixels. The iPhone boasts OS X Operating System, 3.5 inch 480 x 320 pixels touch screen display, Video camera, Music player AAC – Protected AAC, MP3, MP3 VBR, Audible (formats 1, 2, and 3), Apple Lossless, AIFF, and WAV formats) plus 4 GB or 8 GB flash drive, Bluetooth 2.0, Wi-Fi (802.11b/g), USB 2.0, EDGE and WAP, shall I carry on (ok then), it also has 8 hours talk time & 250 hours standby plus up to 24 hours Audio playback, it weighs 135g and the size is 115 x 61 x 11.6 mm.
All the specs tick the right boxes for me and to tell you the truth am not that bothered about the measly 2 MP camera, we here at Phones Review have read many comments from those in USA when they got their phone with many saying they love it and still surprised how much they love it and a small majority saying it is a piece of crap, but overall is a very good mobile device that you really should get.
When it arrives in all O2 stores across the UK on November 9th 2007 there will be a major rush of people queuing for the iPhone and of course will sell like hotcakes plus we know for a fact most O2 stores in the UK will be open till 10pm which says it all really.
There will be 3 main options on contract which are Monthly Subscription Contract) Â£35, Â£45, or Â£55 a month and you will have to pay Â£269 for the iPhone 8GB as well. To give everyone a chance, there’ll be a limit of two Apple iPhones per customer in-store and online. They will not accept cash, ONLY Credit or debit cards will be accepted.
Phones Review Say In a Nutshell — Everyone has a choice but on a personal note we would recommend the iPhone (We accept NO responsibility if you do not like the iPhone), would we buy one? YES WE WOULD, “Will we like it? We will let you know but answer is probably yes.
If you still want the Apple iPhone then please visit O2 now — CLICK HERE FOR THE Apple iPhone.