I’m just going to focus on a couple of things here, because you know what this phone is and what it can do. Siri Speaks Kiwi Yes she does, and pretty well at that. Siri is the best voice recognition system I’ve used on a phone. Apart from the occasional weird word (“egg” comes to [...]
And Guatemala! Press release follows: iPhone 4S Arrives in New Zealand on 11 November Pre-Orders Begin November 4 AUCKLAND, New Zealand – 2 November, 2011 – Apple® today announced that iPhone® 4S, the most amazing iPhone yet, will be available in New Zealand and 14 additional countries on Friday, 11 November. Customers will be able [...]
Talk to any iPhone app developer and you’ll hear stories of app rejection over minor bugs and inconsistencies. I’m not even talking about the big-news app rejections like Google Voice – just minor bugs like notifications not working or intermittent obscure crashes.
Despite what Apple would like you to think, the iPhone is just a phone, like every other phone you can buy from a shop or direct from Vodafone.
I have directly asked Vodafone about an NDA with Apple, and whether they care more about their relationship with Apple than potential iPhone customers, and get the same “We have no comment. You need to talk to Apple.” response.
What the hell is going on between Apple and Vodafone New Zealand? Apple’s announcements around the iPad and iPhone 4 launches have almost gone out of their way to ignore and alienate the local carrier.
Just a quickie: Vodafone will be selling the iPhone 4 in New Zealand from the 30th of July.
It’s not so much a mat as a pedestal, really. A pedestal with three induction loops and some hidden magnets. It looks good and works well, but there are some downsides.
This week I’ve been able to spend some (supervised) time with actual prototype Windows Phone 7 devices. I can say with utter confidence that I will be using one of these phones as my regular device before the end of this year.
At the risk of furious fanboy vengeance, let me lay this out. A while back, Microsoft decreed a minimum hardware standard for all Windows Phone 7 devices. How does that minimum base compare to the just-announced iPhone 4?