Tagged With iphone 3gs

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So long, iPhone 3GS. Apple has confirmed to AllThingsD that the 3GS will be discontinued, replaced by the iPhone 4 as Apple's low end option. Goodbye, old friend!

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One of the most frustrating things about buying phones in recent years is that even when you buy it on a contract, the phone itself is still generally locked to the carrier you've signed with, and to unlock the phone you need to pay the carrier a heap of cash. Telstra has just eased some of that pain for iPhone users, killing off the unlock fee for locked iPhones.

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If you are considering upgrading your iPhone to a newer model, Mike Heller and Chris Pinnock made a video that will help you decide: a no-prisoners speed race between the original Jesusphone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4.

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I’ve been playing with the HTC HD2 for the past couple of weeks and one of the most striking aspects of the Windows Phone is just how much it reminds me of the iPhone. From the capacitive touchscreen to the Sense UI, it just seems more iPhone than any other non-Apple handset I’ve played with, including HTC’s excellent Android phones.