Another case maker says iPhone Nano lives
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1. E3E posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:42 0 0
This will sell like there is no tomorrow left. Smart idea on apple's part. Just as long as this doesn't require a data package. If it does, i could smell a flop. Hopefully this is open to all carriers now.
2. T-Money3000 posted on 30 Dec 2008, 17:36 0 0
Why get an iPhone without the data package? Just get an iPod Touch then! Seriously...
3. Legion posted on 30 Dec 2008, 18:11 0 0
Why get an Iphone at all? The Ipod touch has all the good of the iphone with none of the bad.
4. E3E posted on 30 Dec 2008, 18:54 0 0
Do you not work in the industry? How many people have walked away from sales b/c of data??? And this isn't even about the Iphone, it's about the inano. Not everyone wants/needs data. Can a ipod touch make calls? No Can a ipod touch Send texts? No Can a ipod touch take photos? No The economy is a slump right now if you haven't notice. People don't wanna spend money. This is a smart route by apple if they do release it. And hopefully it's on all carriers.
5. YouLostTheGame posted on 30 Dec 2008, 21:26 0 0
AGREED E3E! I'm right in there as far as "not needed data" but would love the idea of having my ipod that I carry around with me all the time everywhere double as my phone. And I have VZW, but am not willing to sacrifice service for a particular phone, so I'm forced to carry around two devices. I know, I know what a whiner I am, but I could mos def dig such a device. Looking forward to both Macworld, and CES!
6. Legion posted on 01 Jan 2009, 09:49 0 0
If people like you had your way EVERYTHING would be free. All he was saying was get a device that is actually going to be suited to your expectations, not buy one you KNOW you dont want the data on and bitch about it 2 months later.
7. ismokepot420 posted on 01 Jan 2009, 12:55 0 0
its not like apple is trying that hard to keep it under wraps or we wouldent have heard about it and all and plus i dont think that it will go to all carriers because Att got alot of buisness with the exclusive rights and im pretty sure they will fight for those rights