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Stone vs iPhone
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Got this from another forum.... hahaha... xP

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Posted on: 2008/10/14 10:03
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Re: Stone vs iPhone
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OMG! dats so mean!

Posted on: 2008/10/14 10:12
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After you purchase your iphone, it is advisable to hack your device to install native app although there are risk of voiding the warranty. The following are the tools (software)needed...

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Here's my home screen....

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This is a video recorder (native app).

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The developers still doing the beta test of MMS. With Bite SMS (Native App) you can forward your sms. Normal SMS can't (it sux).

read here

But yeah... this is a complicated phone! ~.~ because it's not windows base. I also find it hard to retrive certain files in the device. You have to go through those system files to locate your gps maps (but it's GPS anywhere so long if you store the offline maps in the device) data etc. Anyway, it's a fun device for the young ppl.


Converted movies at HD quality. Watch it anywhere. yeah like i'm that crazy fans of heroes.. I watch the episodes repeating every day. hahaha!

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Games; flight simulator...

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Scrabble etc...

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By the way... video call is expensive and I don't think we need that except for business. As for the storage. 16GB is more than enough!

Posted on: 2008/10/14 11:18
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Re: Stone vs iPhone
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Plan to get my white 16Gb end of this year. then my ipod collection is complete.

Posted on: 2008/10/14 15:02
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if stone vs iphone, i guess this is the result.

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Posted on: 2008/10/14 18:04
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good one. but poor thing.

Posted on: 2008/10/14 18:45
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Eee~ Scrabbleeee! ^^

Posted on: 2008/10/14 20:41
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Re: Stone vs iPhone
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Quote:

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Anyway, it's a fun device for the young ppl.
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Converted movies at HD quality. Watch it anywhere. yeah like i'm that crazy fans of heroes.. I watch the episodes repeating every day. hahaha!



what about old folks like me?????

repeatedly everyday? maybe find something new suddenly in one of the episodes?

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old folks use it as a device first before the fun

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Come to think of it, how many of us actually use all the functions we have in our electronic gadgets?

Say if you have a phone capable of mp3 playing, mp4 playing, picture taking, GPS, sketching, name card-taking, Word Doc editing and 3G, do you use all? Some people do, some have specific gadgets for them. To each their own.

I have no utility for an iPhone. I don't mind a bag filled with separate gadgets; a normal phone, writing pad and mp3 player. Some people wouldn't mind having an all-in-one function for their stuff. Some people just want separate items.

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