Latest one I read was that a guy, who knows a guy who sat next to someone from Motorolla on a train ride was told that Apple & Moto have indeed made an iPhone that works with iPhoto and iTunes as well as have a media slot & USB connection...<br><br>Let the BS begin!<br><br>(Though many of the rumors we typically hear could *possibly* be true, most are so rediculous that you can't help but enjoy following the frenzy that accompanies them!)<br><br>
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JD ahhhhhh I have to say its true.<br><br>I will find the link<br><br>This week Google News had an article that indeed Moto and Apple teamed up with a Apple Branded iPhone - Really just a Moto phone that will be capable of downloading songs from an iPod and from the iTunes store holds about 12 songs <--- Thats about it - nothing to die for.<br><br>Better if Apple teamed up with Nokia - Moto cell phones SUCK<br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p><br>Better if Apple teamed up with Nokia - Moto cell phones SUCK<p><hr></blockquote><p>Man, truer words were never spoken. Most of Motorola's phones are awful...and I've never seen anybody else that comes close to Nokia. It's the Macintosh of cell phone companies. <br><br>
Eh, they can keep their stupid phones, ipod shaped buttplugs and all that nonsense...<br><br>All I want for Christmas is Keynote 2.0! (Tiger would be nice, but ain't gonna happen is it?)<br><br><br><br><br>When did the National Guard turn into the foreign legion?
how about Shake 4.0? AppleWork 7.0 or AppleOffice 2.0!!!<br>and , what do you think a quad-processor G5 powermac!<br>Nvidia Quadro Support for Apple Macos X<br>G5 Powerbooks!<br><br>oops, I forgot an Apple PhotoShop... ;)<br><br>Hate is baggage. Life's too short to be pissed off all the time. -Danny Vinyard <P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by cesrivas on 12/18/04 06:58 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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My last 2 cell phones have been Moto's. V600 at present, and a V66 before that. Never had any problems with either. The Nokia I had before I went to Moto was also fine, but Nokia doesn't make a decent flip, and I hate the "candy bars".<br><br>Know what I want in a wireless phone? A plain ol' momochrome display and NO freakin' camera! Can I please just get a clear connection and skip the dang gew-gaws? <br><br>
The V series flips are nice. <br><br>The 10 things I want out of a cell phone are, in order of importance:<br><br>1.) Reception<br>2.) Battery Life<br>3.) Reception<br>4.) Battery Life<br>5.) Reception<br>6.) Battery Life<br>7.) Reception<br>8.) Battery Life<br>9.) Reception<br>10.) Battery Life<br><br>I have no desire for Internet access, e-mail, sports scores, weather forecasts, games, cameras, MP3 players or video cameras. I just want the damn phone to work. <br><br>The Nokias I've had have been excellent at both. 5 hours of talk time per charge on the last Nokia I had, until I switched to a "Kyocera," which is Japanese for "piece of [censored] ."<br><br>
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