- ... Not to mention waiting until next Wednesday, because Apple may just completely obsolete the idea with the iTunes phone. If they allow wireless access toMessage 1 of 39 , Aug 31, 2005View SourceOn Aug 31, 2005, at 8:23 AM, Stephen Eley wrote:
> I think youNot to mention waiting until next Wednesday, because Apple may just
> need to step back and ask yourself what it is you're really trying to
> sell, and why it's important to you.
completely obsolete the idea with the iTunes phone. If they allow
wireless access to the iTMS, including the podcasting section,
nobody's going to want to pay more for less functionality.
If users intend for their phone to be their podcatcher, they can buy
an SD/miniSD/Transflash card and either set up podcatching software
on their device or copy podcasts from their home PC. To be honest, I
don't see the value proposition here.
- ... largest in ... offer has ... hack your ... Yeah, this is pretty insane. I have the motorola v710 which I got about a year ago. I can copy anything onto aMessage 39 of 39 , Sep 1, 2005View Source
> I am a Verizon customer and let me tell you that they (one of thelargest in
> the country) are doing just the opposite. EVERY new phone theyoffer has
> abilities that they disable. They have a model where you have tohack your
> phone to add a ring tone that you make yourself!Yeah, this is pretty insane. I have the motorola v710 which I got
about a year ago. I can copy anything onto a little card and then slip
that into the phone and put it wherever I wat in the phone. I can use
ringtones and whatever. My friend just got the updated version
recently and I tried to give her some of my ringtones (since when you
replace a phone you lose all your old ringtones) but the copy feature
was not available. That's gotta be criminal, not letting you use a
feature already in the machine, to keep you from using your own stuff?