What the 3g iPhone dosnt have.....

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  1. Ryan

    Ryan Well-Known Member

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    Multimedia Messaging: Almost every other phone on the market has the ability to send images to other phones via multimedia messaging, or MMS. Yes, you can still email those photos, but MMS is such a basic feature that it should've been in the iPhone from the start.

    Copy and paste: Again, this is such a basic feature. Having copy and paste makes it easier to type out text messages and emails.

    Video recording: In the world of mobile video, Qik and YouTube, it's a shame the iPhone doesn't have video-recording capabilities. Yes, the quality won't be that great, but it should be an option anyway.

    Voice command: For a touchscreen phone, we think voice command and voice dialling would've been a great feature add-on for the iPhone. Perhaps this will be added via a third-party app, but we would really prefer this to be a native setting.

    Bluetooth flexibility: Right now, all you can use Bluetooth on the iPhone for is headset voice calls, and that's it. This is sufficient for most people, sure, but we would like for Apple to open up the Bluetooth profiles for the iPhone. This means we would like stereo Bluetooth and A2DP for streaming music wirelessly, Bluetooth tethering so we can use the iPhone as a modem, and finally we would like to have Bluetooth file transfer protocol so we can transfer files to and from the iPhone.


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  2. swillard8

    swillard8 New Member

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    i really would expect a 3g iphone to have video calling, imo, thats what 3g is all about.
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    awal Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for reminding everyone what they wanted but can't have.

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  4. Virtualball

    Virtualball Well-Known Member

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    All of that is fixable thru 3rd party apps....
  5. dualcorex

    dualcorex New Member

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    i dont know what the hell you need video calling for?
  6. TrueMagnum

    TrueMagnum New Member

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    how would that work? the camera is one the opposite side of the screen to watch the other talker. i guess you could use a mirror.

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  7. Hiratai

    Hiratai Banned

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    Apple could've, not should've, added a camera to both sides, or made a rotating one.
  8. Blake

    Blake Super Moderator Emeritus

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    No, it was rumored that the iPhone would have a front facing camera.
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    font camera ? wow..
  10. Nt1440

    Nt1440 New Member

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    exactly, rumors, and everyone bought into it, and then expected it.

    Don't buy into rumors people. Its proof, or dont beleive it like a highschool freshman

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