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  1. #1
    iPhone News
    Guest
    Drawbacks like the lack of a physical keyboard and copy/paste
    functionality don't seem to be hurting the iPhone too badly in the
    enterprise market.

    A recent study by J.D. Power and Associates recently found that among
    business types, the iPhone ranks higher than any other smartphone with
    business users.

    The firm recently published the results of a survey they conducted in
    which they asked 1,388 business users who currently own a smartphone to
    rank the products of device makers in the areas of ease of operation
    (27%); operating system (24%); physical design (21%); handset features
    (18%); and battery aspects (10%).

    Last year, RIM's Blackberry line ranked highest with 702 points, but
    came in second this year with 703. Apple came away victorious with a
    total of 778 on a scale of 1,000.

    "With the introduction of the iPhone in 2007, Apple has clearly
    differentiated itself from the competition in areas that are most
    important to business smartphone users," said Kirk Parsons, senior
    director of wireless services for J.D. Power and Associates. "By making
    basic applications and features easy to use and providing functionality
    in a thin, lightweight device, Apple has performed well in exceeding
    customer expectations."



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  2. #2
    Adrian C
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    Re: iPhone ranks #1 among business users (JD Powers)

    iPhone News wrote:
    > Drawbacks like the lack of a physical keyboard and copy/paste
    > functionality don't seem to be hurting the iPhone too badly in the
    > enterprise market.
    >
    > A recent study by J.D. Power and Associates recently found that among
    > business types, the iPhone ranks higher than any other smartphone with
    > business users.
    >


    Debunked and Flambť'd here ...

    <http://www.blackberrycool.com/2008/11/jd-power-iphone-beats-blackberry-business-wtf/>

    This story is a great example of how numbers can be misleading ...

    --
    Adrian C



  3. #3
    john Pricherth
    Guest

    Re: iPhone ranks #1 among business users (JD Powers)

    In article <[email protected]>,
    Adrian C <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Debunked and Flambť'd here ...


    Actually it looks like you have been debunked ;-)



  4. #4
    iPhone 3Gold
    Guest

    Re: iPhone ranks #1 among business users (JD Powers)

    On Nov 10, 6:46*pm, iPhone News <[email protected]> wrote:
    > Drawbacks like the lack of a physical keyboard and copy/paste
    > functionality don't seem to be hurting the iPhone too badly in the
    > enterprise market.
    >
    > A recent study by J.D. Power and Associates recently found that among
    > business types, the iPhone ranks higher than any other smartphone with
    > business users.
    >
    > The firm recently published the results of a survey they conducted in
    > which they asked 1,388 business users who currently own a smartphone to
    > rank the products of device makers in the areas of ease of operation
    > (27%); operating system (24%); physical design (21%); handset features
    > (18%); and battery aspects (10%).
    >
    > Last year, RIM's Blackberry line ranked highest with 702 points, but
    > came in second this year with 703. Apple came away victorious with a
    > total of 778 on a scale of 1,000.
    >
    > "With the introduction of the iPhone in 2007, Apple has clearly
    > differentiated itself from the competition in areas that are most
    > important to business smartphone users," said Kirk Parsons, senior
    > director of wireless services for J.D. Power and Associates. "By making
    > basic applications and features easy to use and providing functionality
    > in a thin, lightweight device, Apple has performed well in exceeding
    > customer expectations."


    23 Killer iPhone Apps for Christmas
    November 11th, 2008

    iPhone needs no introduction.Appleís iPhone has passed Motorolaís Razr
    to become the top consumer phone in USA.

    Today I am going to tell you not 5, not 10 but 23 exciting and useful
    iPhone apps to help you from shopping for Christmas, chatting, reading
    and even refilling gas and much more.

    1. List Your Shopping Items with One Trip Shopping List

    Do you forget about shopping items and come home missing two or three
    of them just to curse and go back again? Isnít it pretty annoying to
    list things in a paper and take it out inside a sophisticated shopping
    mall?

    This One Trip Shopping List bring you a simple and ingenious interface
    for quickly organizing and building a shopping list. Itís simple, and
    any iPhone user should find it incredibly useful.
    2. Chat with Your Buddies through iPhone Chat

    Are you a crazy chatter? The iPhoneChat web application lets you log
    into AIM, view your contacts, and handle tabbed chats.

    Again if you need to log into different web messengers, you can try
    meebo.
    3. Read your e-books through Google Reader

    Are you a keen bookworm? And find your laptop too big an application
    to roam around with and read at leisure? Then iPhone is just the right
    gadget for you as google has officially released beta version for
    iPhone google reader.

    This new version is designed to offer many of the same features as the
    desktop, while making it quick and easy to act on items.
    4. Read and Edit Your Office Documents through iZoho

    Do you want to edit a Microsoft document from iPhone? or say have some
    last minute inputs in Excel sheet. You can now do it from iZoho.

    iiZoho bring in Zoho Writer, Zoho Sheet, and Zoho Show. The iPhone can
    display PDFs, Word docs, and Excel spreadsheets, but with Zohoís tools
    you can actually edit some of them.

    To which, an iPhone lover had to say,

    ďSWEET. i donít know why iíd ever need to make a spreadsheet or write
    a doc on my iPhone, but i love knowing that i CAN.Ē

    cute and true, lol.
    5. Find and Refill Gas from Gas.app

    Are you in need of Gas and can not find a station? And even if you do
    from the maps, you can not locate where exactly?

    Give iPhone Gas.app your zip code. Not only do you get a quick
    overview of the offerings, but you can also click the station to get a
    Google Map view. It integrates with Google Maps too well. Nice app.
    6. Read All the Headlines of Todayís News from iActu

    Do you leave early for office? Possibility is you miss out on morning
    news. What if your iPhone supplies that and from the newspaper you
    wanna read?

    iActu provides a really cool newsstand interface for popular news
    outlets like the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and more. Not
    only is the homepage cool, but browsing headlines is also resized for
    optimal viewing.
    7. Dig Your News up through iDigg

    Those who are familiar with digg, donít need any reason to dig for.Get
    all the latest news, views and buzz through the really nice iPhone app
    for digg. It works pretty well.
    8. Click and Flick your Photos through iFlickr

    Do you love clicking and sharing your photos? Is it too uncool to go
    to a tour with office laptop. So how will you put your snaps on
    internet? iFlickr does it with ease.

    I wonder why didnít Flickr think of any iPhone optimized app yet, but
    anyway, you can do it through an efficient app named iFlickr.
    9. Know Movie Show Times through goMovies

    Wanna go for a movie with your date and donít know which movie to go
    to? Donít run around for telephone directory or call up your friends.
    To save you from embarrassment, goMovies is here.

    goMovies provides a nice interface for looking up movie showtimes from
    movie site Fandango by zip code. Though, more such optimized and new
    apps are created in this segment.
    10. Cook Your Ways to Reach the Hearts through Cookbooks

    Wanna surprise your spouse or children with new recipes but can not
    find one? Well, cooking books are as obsolete as yahoo search engines.
    So what do you do?

    Cooking web site 101 Cookbooks has created an iPhone interface for
    searching for recipes on the go with your iPhone. Find it here
    11. Read Anything and Everything through ereader

    If you buy e-books and are an avid reader, then ereader is for you.
    Very simple application. To read a book you simply tap on the title in
    your Bookshelf and then flick across the page from right to left to
    turn the page or the other way to turn it back. Those fond of ereaders
    should try this on iPhone as well.
    12. Capture Everything for Ever through Evernote

    Evernote is an incredible application that lets you capture text,
    photo, and audio notes on the iPhone that are synced to the server.

    The real power is in the recognition engine they use that can even
    find text in photos you capture so you will never forget anything
    again (thus the elephant icon). A free account will let you upload
    40MB of data a month while a premium account (US$45/year or US$5/
    month) will let you upload 500MB/month. They provide a stronger
    security via SSL and you also get priority image recognition.
    13. Keep Track of Your Bank Account through SplashMoney

    Need to do a transaction while you are on the way with no internet or
    bank at sight? If it is very important, then you are saved, thank
    SplashMonkey.

    This new iPhone application has all functionalities that a modern day
    e-banking software have, with an even easier interface. Use it to
    monitor your checking and credit card account and also enter
    transactions on the go.
    14. Tune Yourself with Music through Pandora

    Do you love listening to music? Online music is on its way to future.
    and Pandora (internet raidio) is just another feature to it.

    Pandora is an app that not only lets you listen to music (which works
    wonderfully with iPhone 3G) but also you can bookmark it online to get
    more information on the song and also you can give a thumps up to add
    it to your preference. Moreover, you can skip through the current
    playlist to listen to your desired songs.All on feather touch. Thanks
    Apple.
    15. Help Yourself with Google Mobile App

    When you get Google and Apple collaborating under one roof, that is
    the height of facilities.

    The Google Mobile App gives you something like Silverlight on the
    iPhone with the ability to quickly find web pages, business listings,
    phone contacts, and more with a smart filter methodology that lists
    relevant search results as you enter text. Makes your browsing easier.
    16. Get All the Information from Your Locale through Express

    Need a weather report before going for a long drive on a cloudy day?
    Did your favorite baseball team play today? Wanna know the score? Even
    if you are on street. express arranges it.
    17. Increase Your Social Networking through Facebook and Twitter

    Two of the most popular modern social networking sites let you hook to
    iPhone and understand the world.

    Twitterific is a wonderful application for twitter

    Facebook has made an application of theirs esp for Apple iPhone.

    So all what you need, iPhone has it.
    18. Connect Your Wi-Fi through Jiwire Wi-Fi Finder

    Connecting to the Internet using Wi-Fi almost always delivers
    dramatically better performance. On-the-go JiWire helps you locate
    wireless hotspots around the world. Simply type in a location or zip
    code, and youíll get a list of free and/or paid networks nearby.
    19. Chat with Anyone in Any Damn Messenger Through MUNDU

    DO you find iChat too restricted because it gives you only one option
    i.e. to chat in AIM? What if I offer you one that has not one or two
    but four prime messenger services in a very easy-to-use interface.

    Mundu allows users to chat using AOL Instant Messenger, Yahoo
    Messenger, MSN Messenger, and Googleís GTalk through a clean and
    intuitive tabbed interface (one tab for login/logout of each service,
    one for contacts, and one for chats).
    20. List Any Job through Listingly

    Forgetful people are not selectively so. They donít only forget
    shopping items. If One trip shopping list was too much for a single
    application then have many under one roof just like Mundu did for
    messengers.

    Listingly is a great online list manager that now offers an iPhone web
    application. Listingly can be used to create to-do lists, grocery
    lists, wish lists, and freestyle lists.

    Listingly can also group items into categories (in fact, Grocery lists
    are smart lists that group similar items together automatically).
    21. Search and Organize your Apps through uPhoneHome

    The two biggest challenges to taking advantage of the various iPhone
    applications are finding them and organizing them. uPhoneHome helps
    you do both.

    Using an interface similar to the iPhoneís home screen, it provides
    icons/links to a large selection of iPhone applications. You can sort
    the list by date and category to help you find specific types of
    applications or to find new applications that have recently been
    released.

    When you launch an application from uPhoneHome, your favorites are
    displayed, along with a home icon to return to uPhoneHome in a frame
    at the top edge of Safariís display for easy access.

    So all you appz freak iPhone users, donít worry from now on.
    22. Whistle or Hum To Get the Song through Midomi

    This one is an absolute delight for music lovers like me who forget
    about the information on a particular song. Esp, when you remember the
    tune but can not recollect the lyric, its annoying. I bet you know.

    So what?

    Midomi is here to help you. Midomiís app can identify a song based on
    the notes you hum, sing, or whistle into your iPhone. Once Midomi
    finds the track youíre looking for, you can either listen to the song
    or buy it from iTunes or watch its video on YouTube if itís available.
    It works. I have tried it myself.
    23. Change Your iPhone to an Universal Remote through Remote

    This application turns the iPhone into a wireless remote for iTunes on
    your PC and for the Apple TV. The only setup required is connecting
    your phone to a Wi-Fi network and plugging a wireless connection PIN
    into your computerís iTunes application. If you have a large
    collection of content, youíll appreciate the ability to search for
    tracks, TV shows, movies, and more right from the Remote app.

    Reportedly it works from 30 feet distance too.
    Conclusion

    There are plenty of other applications for iPhones.



  5. #5
    Larry
    Guest

    Re: iPhone ranks #1 among business users (JD Powers)

    iPhone 3Gold <[email protected]> wrote in news:45095950-1675-435f-b3f5-
    [email protected]:

    > 23 Killer iPhone Apps for Christmas
    > November 11th, 2008
    >
    >


    How many would you have if the assholes at Apple quit sending out reject
    letters?

    http://www.google.com/search?q=Iphon...reject+letters

    Many professional software developers have said enough is
    enough.....unfortunate for users.

    Go read what you're missing.....




  6. #6
    Kevin Weaver
    Guest

    Re: iPhone ranks #1 among business users (JD Powers)

    Does it do MMS ?

    "iPhone 3Gold" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]m...
    On Nov 10, 6:46 pm, iPhone News <[email protected]> wrote:
    > Drawbacks like the lack of a physical keyboard and copy/paste
    > functionality don't seem to be hurting the iPhone too badly in the
    > enterprise market.
    >
    > A recent study by J.D. Power and Associates recently found that among
    > business types, the iPhone ranks higher than any other smartphone with
    > business users.
    >
    > The firm recently published the results of a survey they conducted in
    > which they asked 1,388 business users who currently own a smartphone to
    > rank the products of device makers in the areas of ease of operation
    > (27%); operating system (24%); physical design (21%); handset features
    > (18%); and battery aspects (10%).
    >
    > Last year, RIM's Blackberry line ranked highest with 702 points, but
    > came in second this year with 703. Apple came away victorious with a
    > total of 778 on a scale of 1,000.
    >
    > "With the introduction of the iPhone in 2007, Apple has clearly
    > differentiated itself from the competition in areas that are most
    > important to business smartphone users," said Kirk Parsons, senior
    > director of wireless services for J.D. Power and Associates. "By making
    > basic applications and features easy to use and providing functionality
    > in a thin, lightweight device, Apple has performed well in exceeding
    > customer expectations."


    23 Killer iPhone Apps for Christmas
    November 11th, 2008

    iPhone needs no introduction.Appleís iPhone has passed Motorolaís Razr
    to become the top consumer phone in USA.

    Today I am going to tell you not 5, not 10 but 23 exciting and useful
    iPhone apps to help you from shopping for Christmas, chatting, reading
    and even refilling gas and much more.

    1. List Your Shopping Items with One Trip Shopping List

    Do you forget about shopping items and come home missing two or three
    of them just to curse and go back again? Isnít it pretty annoying to
    list things in a paper and take it out inside a sophisticated shopping
    mall?

    This One Trip Shopping List bring you a simple and ingenious interface
    for quickly organizing and building a shopping list. Itís simple, and
    any iPhone user should find it incredibly useful.
    2. Chat with Your Buddies through iPhone Chat

    Are you a crazy chatter? The iPhoneChat web application lets you log
    into AIM, view your contacts, and handle tabbed chats.

    Again if you need to log into different web messengers, you can try
    meebo.
    3. Read your e-books through Google Reader

    Are you a keen bookworm? And find your laptop too big an application
    to roam around with and read at leisure? Then iPhone is just the right
    gadget for you as google has officially released beta version for
    iPhone google reader.

    This new version is designed to offer many of the same features as the
    desktop, while making it quick and easy to act on items.
    4. Read and Edit Your Office Documents through iZoho

    Do you want to edit a Microsoft document from iPhone? or say have some
    last minute inputs in Excel sheet. You can now do it from iZoho.

    iiZoho bring in Zoho Writer, Zoho Sheet, and Zoho Show. The iPhone can
    display PDFs, Word docs, and Excel spreadsheets, but with Zohoís tools
    you can actually edit some of them.

    To which, an iPhone lover had to say,

    ďSWEET. i donít know why iíd ever need to make a spreadsheet or write
    a doc on my iPhone, but i love knowing that i CAN.Ē

    cute and true, lol.
    5. Find and Refill Gas from Gas.app

    Are you in need of Gas and can not find a station? And even if you do
    from the maps, you can not locate where exactly?

    Give iPhone Gas.app your zip code. Not only do you get a quick
    overview of the offerings, but you can also click the station to get a
    Google Map view. It integrates with Google Maps too well. Nice app.
    6. Read All the Headlines of Todayís News from iActu

    Do you leave early for office? Possibility is you miss out on morning
    news. What if your iPhone supplies that and from the newspaper you
    wanna read?

    iActu provides a really cool newsstand interface for popular news
    outlets like the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and more. Not
    only is the homepage cool, but browsing headlines is also resized for
    optimal viewing.
    7. Dig Your News up through iDigg

    Those who are familiar with digg, donít need any reason to dig for.Get
    all the latest news, views and buzz through the really nice iPhone app
    for digg. It works pretty well.
    8. Click and Flick your Photos through iFlickr

    Do you love clicking and sharing your photos? Is it too uncool to go
    to a tour with office laptop. So how will you put your snaps on
    internet? iFlickr does it with ease.

    I wonder why didnít Flickr think of any iPhone optimized app yet, but
    anyway, you can do it through an efficient app named iFlickr.
    9. Know Movie Show Times through goMovies

    Wanna go for a movie with your date and donít know which movie to go
    to? Donít run around for telephone directory or call up your friends.
    To save you from embarrassment, goMovies is here.

    goMovies provides a nice interface for looking up movie showtimes from
    movie site Fandango by zip code. Though, more such optimized and new
    apps are created in this segment.
    10. Cook Your Ways to Reach the Hearts through Cookbooks

    Wanna surprise your spouse or children with new recipes but can not
    find one? Well, cooking books are as obsolete as yahoo search engines.
    So what do you do?

    Cooking web site 101 Cookbooks has created an iPhone interface for
    searching for recipes on the go with your iPhone. Find it here
    11. Read Anything and Everything through ereader

    If you buy e-books and are an avid reader, then ereader is for you.
    Very simple application. To read a book you simply tap on the title in
    your Bookshelf and then flick across the page from right to left to
    turn the page or the other way to turn it back. Those fond of ereaders
    should try this on iPhone as well.
    12. Capture Everything for Ever through Evernote

    Evernote is an incredible application that lets you capture text,
    photo, and audio notes on the iPhone that are synced to the server.

    The real power is in the recognition engine they use that can even
    find text in photos you capture so you will never forget anything
    again (thus the elephant icon). A free account will let you upload
    40MB of data a month while a premium account (US$45/year or US$5/
    month) will let you upload 500MB/month. They provide a stronger
    security via SSL and you also get priority image recognition.
    13. Keep Track of Your Bank Account through SplashMoney

    Need to do a transaction while you are on the way with no internet or
    bank at sight? If it is very important, then you are saved, thank
    SplashMonkey.

    This new iPhone application has all functionalities that a modern day
    e-banking software have, with an even easier interface. Use it to
    monitor your checking and credit card account and also enter
    transactions on the go.
    14. Tune Yourself with Music through Pandora

    Do you love listening to music? Online music is on its way to future.
    and Pandora (internet raidio) is just another feature to it.

    Pandora is an app that not only lets you listen to music (which works
    wonderfully with iPhone 3G) but also you can bookmark it online to get
    more information on the song and also you can give a thumps up to add
    it to your preference. Moreover, you can skip through the current
    playlist to listen to your desired songs.All on feather touch. Thanks
    Apple.
    15. Help Yourself with Google Mobile App

    When you get Google and Apple collaborating under one roof, that is
    the height of facilities.

    The Google Mobile App gives you something like Silverlight on the
    iPhone with the ability to quickly find web pages, business listings,
    phone contacts, and more with a smart filter methodology that lists
    relevant search results as you enter text. Makes your browsing easier.
    16. Get All the Information from Your Locale through Express

    Need a weather report before going for a long drive on a cloudy day?
    Did your favorite baseball team play today? Wanna know the score? Even
    if you are on street. express arranges it.
    17. Increase Your Social Networking through Facebook and Twitter

    Two of the most popular modern social networking sites let you hook to
    iPhone and understand the world.

    Twitterific is a wonderful application for twitter

    Facebook has made an application of theirs esp for Apple iPhone.

    So all what you need, iPhone has it.
    18. Connect Your Wi-Fi through Jiwire Wi-Fi Finder

    Connecting to the Internet using Wi-Fi almost always delivers
    dramatically better performance. On-the-go JiWire helps you locate
    wireless hotspots around the world. Simply type in a location or zip
    code, and youíll get a list of free and/or paid networks nearby.
    19. Chat with Anyone in Any Damn Messenger Through MUNDU

    DO you find iChat too restricted because it gives you only one option
    i.e. to chat in AIM? What if I offer you one that has not one or two
    but four prime messenger services in a very easy-to-use interface.

    Mundu allows users to chat using AOL Instant Messenger, Yahoo
    Messenger, MSN Messenger, and Googleís GTalk through a clean and
    intuitive tabbed interface (one tab for login/logout of each service,
    one for contacts, and one for chats).
    20. List Any Job through Listingly

    Forgetful people are not selectively so. They donít only forget
    shopping items. If One trip shopping list was too much for a single
    application then have many under one roof just like Mundu did for
    messengers.

    Listingly is a great online list manager that now offers an iPhone web
    application. Listingly can be used to create to-do lists, grocery
    lists, wish lists, and freestyle lists.

    Listingly can also group items into categories (in fact, Grocery lists
    are smart lists that group similar items together automatically).
    21. Search and Organize your Apps through uPhoneHome

    The two biggest challenges to taking advantage of the various iPhone
    applications are finding them and organizing them. uPhoneHome helps
    you do both.

    Using an interface similar to the iPhoneís home screen, it provides
    icons/links to a large selection of iPhone applications. You can sort
    the list by date and category to help you find specific types of
    applications or to find new applications that have recently been
    released.

    When you launch an application from uPhoneHome, your favorites are
    displayed, along with a home icon to return to uPhoneHome in a frame
    at the top edge of Safariís display for easy access.

    So all you appz freak iPhone users, donít worry from now on.
    22. Whistle or Hum To Get the Song through Midomi

    This one is an absolute delight for music lovers like me who forget
    about the information on a particular song. Esp, when you remember the
    tune but can not recollect the lyric, its annoying. I bet you know.

    So what?

    Midomi is here to help you. Midomiís app can identify a song based on
    the notes you hum, sing, or whistle into your iPhone. Once Midomi
    finds the track youíre looking for, you can either listen to the song
    or buy it from iTunes or watch its video on YouTube if itís available.
    It works. I have tried it myself.
    23. Change Your iPhone to an Universal Remote through Remote

    This application turns the iPhone into a wireless remote for iTunes on
    your PC and for the Apple TV. The only setup required is connecting
    your phone to a Wi-Fi network and plugging a wireless connection PIN
    into your computerís iTunes application. If you have a large
    collection of content, youíll appreciate the ability to search for
    tracks, TV shows, movies, and more right from the Remote app.

    Reportedly it works from 30 feet distance too.
    Conclusion

    There are plenty of other applications for iPhones.




  7. #7
    4phun
    Guest

    USA #1 phone - iPhone at Costco for $149

    iPhone seen reaching Costco for $149

    In a more controversial claim, analyst group Global Equities Research
    founder Trip Chowdhry believes that Apple will bring iPhones to Costco
    for $149 in January.

    The step would be aggressive for Apple, which dropped the starting
    price for an iPhone to $199 with the iPhone 3G and so would be cutting
    the price just half a year later.

    What sources if any Chowdhry uses to support the claim haven't been
    revealed, casting some doubt on the authority of the report. However,
    his research note comes on the heels of AppleInsider's news that
    Orange France will run a promo lowering its price to 99 euros in a
    promo that will end in January.

    Apple opens discount iTunes movie section

    Catering to a segment of the population that often hunts for bargain
    movies, Apple has opened its Under $5 section on the iTunes Store.

    As noted by Ars Technica, the page will contain a weekly selection of
    movies that have all been temporarily discounted to $5 or less. Most
    of these are currently older titles.

    It's not known how permanent the feature may be or whether movies will
    be regularly rotated into and out of the page as with Apple's existing
    99-cent rental promos.




  8. #8
    Todd Allcock
    Guest

    Re: USA #1 phone - iPhone at Costco for $149

    At 11 Nov 2008 19:14:06 -0800 4phun wrote:
    > iPhone seen reaching Costco for $149
    >
    > In a more controversial claim, analyst group Global Equities Research
    > founder Trip Chowdhry believes that Apple will bring iPhones to Costco
    > for $149 in January.
    >
    > The step would be aggressive for Apple, which dropped the starting
    > price for an iPhone to $199 with the iPhone 3G and so would be cutting
    > the price just half a year later.



    Not nearly as aggressive as cutting the price $200 six weeks after they
    launched the first model... ;-)





  9. #9
    4phun
    Guest

    Re: USA #1 phone - iPhone sale Black Friday

    Analyst: Apple Readying Cheaper iPhones, Macs for Black Friday - Wired
    News

    Good news for those who want to snag America's Hottest Phone, iPhone
    on sale for one day next Friday!




  10. #10
    Gugert
    Gugert is offline
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    Re: iPhone ranks #1 among business users (JD Powers)

    Can someone tell me where I can draw up documents for my business?



  11. #11
    SimpleToes
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    Re: iPhone ranks #1 among business users (JD Powers)

    this is quite real and this is not a bad idea. I did the same when I opened my own business. Initially, I was afraid so I asked the site https://www.esigngenie.com/industries/healthcare/ to help me



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