Saturday, 7 June 2008


expected to be born to the public on the 9th of June 2008.

The second generation of iPhones 2.0 are unlikely to be seen in the U.K. (maybe because we are classed as Treasure Island by all manufacturers )until later in the year but the U.S. is likely to see them on Monday, watch out for those reviews. The new iPhone is very very impressive as new software can handle mountains of new tasks. The developement of this phone certainly puts all the rest to shame which again is good for the consumer.
Up to nine desktops can be programmed onto the phone with small graphics of your favourites showing where and as you like them.
Like films ? yes, you can do this too for a price although the tests show it runs out after about 12 days. Music also can be bought and the size of the hard disk is optional. Apple consider this phone as a mini PC.
One thing which is mighty impressive is the location screen, and by pressing a few buttons it will tell you exactly where you are, and it can also be used the same way satellite navigation is used.
The price is sure to be a shocker, so prudence is the watch word, after all at a push you can still buy a basic hand held for around £10.
Is it news to you ? then you read it here first!

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