UK pulls iPhone 3G ad

UK pulls iPhone 3G ad
So it turns out you can't advertise "all the parts of the internet" when your product does not, in fact, include all the parts of the internet, and the UK Advertising Standards Authority has pulled the iPhone 3G ad which makes that very claim. Mobile Safari is great and all, but much of the internet is based off of Adobe's Flash technology, and well, the iPhone doesn't support that (or Java.) Now how about someone take a look at that "half the price" claim?

via: Smartphone Thoughts



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