A young lady at work has one and we play with it quite a bit. She has used hers all over California and in Wyoming and Colorado without any problems. We will just have to be patient and see what falls out of the tree in June.<br><br>
I am reading a book about anti-gravity. It is really hard to put down.
Who is your carrier? ATT (Cingular) and T-Mobile are GSM technology which is what the current iPhone is. Sprint, Verizon, and Virgin Mobile are CDMA technology. I doubt the new iPhone does both, but what do I know? ;-)<br><br>------>#1 - JD's Trivia game<br><br>------>#2 - MM-MCF Trivia game
I could be eating my words but I doubt the new iPhone will do both GSM and CDMA. GSM is the global standard. I think this is going to play out like the Blue-Ray vs HD war. <br><br>I was reading a piece about Sprint and Verison yesterday and how they could be in big doodoo. As the smartphone wars heat up the manufacturers will be concentrating on producing a phone for world-wide release rather than niche markets. Very few countries have CDMA service. Canada and the US are about it. RIM, Apple and Nokia are all concentrating their efforts in a single technology, GSM. CDMA carriers are going to be left out in the cold as far as the big guns of smart phones are concerned. I give Sprint a couple of years at most before they are out of business.<br><br>
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