I will be getting iphone insurance through Worth Ave Group?Ive had my iphone stolen recently and I dont really want to take the risk of getting it stolen again without having any insurance. Am I still able to get similar apps that mobileme has through jailbreaking it?
I was wondering about apple care for the iPhone. Do you think it is worth it? Tell me your experience/opinions on Apple Care for iPhone. What does it cover exactly? Does it suck? Is it a rip off? I pre ordered the iPhone 4 (my first iPhone) and I am debating on whether or not i need the extra insurance.
I have never bought a warrantee for an iPhone since I have never broken an apple device in like 15 years, but the new all glass phone makes me a little un easy. So is it worth the 100 bucks for 2 years or should I look into another alternative?
Im thinking of getting the Zagg invisible shield because I want my phone to be naked but still somewhat protected. Has anyone put the invisible shield on their iphone 4? If so should I get the full body or just the front and back? I'm also a little worried that it will unstick at some point and start to peel off. Any feedback would be great.
My sister has a jailbroken iphone 2g on 3.0 firmware. We purchased the iphone when it first launched a few years ago. As of now, her phone's battery drains out very rapidly, even though she charged it for over a night. I am pretty sure the cause of the problem is from the old battery. My question is: is it worth the money and risk to change the battery, or should we just consider purchasing her a new iphone 3gs? Oh by the way, we live in China.
The last time I synced with Outlook, a lot of the same contacts came up multiple times -- around 50+ times each. Seems the only way to delete them is individually. I would like to know the following: 1) is there a way to do multiple deletes and 2) what made this happen.
having looked through some of the discussions, it seems that the battery life of the N70 is generally pretty bad, for whatever reason. and considering the price of a new one, and the fact that a lot of the companies selling them cheaply get pretty bad reviews.
I like to get a new 5800 as it fits my needed features and the budget. but because it was released in 2008 it seems a little old phone. So do you guys think its worth buying the 5800? Or suggest another phone with similar specifications and price range.
Just wondering if anyone else has upgraded from their E72 to the E6 and are happy with their decision? Do you feel the price difference has been worth it?I've read the reviews (gmsarena, allaboutsymbian etc) but I prefer 'real world user' input...!
We've gone round and round about the release date, features, etc for months, but, with even more Verizon iphone rumors spreading, the real question is whether you are willing to waste your upgrade for this, or any rumored, Blackberry. For me personally, if I knew the iphone would hit Vz in the next 3 months, I'd continue holding off on any purchase to at least try an iphone on Vz. How about you?
i've had this UX830 phone since 08 and i absolutely love it, but just can't pull the 60-100 for a good used one off ebay ha.anyways, the touch screen has been slowly taking a crap. are the touch screen/digitizer replacements on ebay worth it? are they just generic crap or what? i also read something about the master reset could maybe fix it? i'd like to try that but don't want to really lose all of my personal stuff on my phone.
Been a bb user since the s1 and love the s2. Granted the os needds work, but the device feels solid and the productivity on the device seems to be second to none..is this incredible worthit? i had a droid and actually sold it online and kept my s2 instead. I remember thinking that many apps and games for the droid are pretty silly..unless things have chanced..
are there many "good" games for the droid?not sure if the quality control is there for the droid considering its open source..I use my bb for email and voice dialing which is critical. which do you think if a better device overall? speed aside?
I do feel that the s2;s screen is great..I love the clicking.. but im wondering if and when the s3 comes out, they will upgrade the horsepower..as I think that is one of the weak parts of the s2? or is it?does the processor in the s2 get blown away by this "snapdragon?"
I'm looking to expand storage to 32Gb on a couple of the more ageing budget phones and am wondering what rated-speed cards are actually worth putting in the phone - i.e. what kind of sustained write can e.g. the C5-00 or E5-00 maintain? Since I'll very likely be only using the card I'll buy with only these phones it doesn't really make sense to buy a Class 10 if e.g. a Class 2 is the only speed these handsets can sustain to the SD slot.Also if Class 4 or worse is all these can manage then I'll probably invest in 16Gb instead (simply for the reason that it'll just take an unreasonable time to re-fill that 32Gb) - so it's a fairly important question.
Forums all over the web and in here at motorola web are filled with issues faced by customers after upgrading atrix to gingerbread 2.3.4 & I am wondering now is it worth asking for upgrade/upgrading/updating to gingerbread really.? My personal experience with Atrix on froyo 2.2.2 with lapdock is not bad i.e. battery is good, network & wifi is good, movies playing in wide screen mode.So I am asking what the benifits of updating/upgrading to gingerbread are actually. I only know one i.e. I tried to download Asphalt6 for atrix and it mentioned I need 2.3.4 to run this HD game(but then i came to know that it is not released for Tegra2 processor yet).
I sometimes experience heavy echo.Often, it's when I call my mom's verizon land-line; her cordless phone is connected to a medical alert "fallen-can't-get-up" device so I kind assumed it was related to that.Recently, however, I've had sporadic echo talking to other users.
Just now I turned off noise suppression and turned on call clarity enhancement.However, it occurs to me that since I have another LG G4 on my account and also a samsung, I should do some comparisons between the phones to make sure it's not my phone.
I'm getting ready to go on an airplane trip and planning on taking a couple of movies to watch on my iPhone 3Gs. I just wanted to ask a couple of questions: 1. Is the HD movies worth renting or is it just better to rent/buy the non-HD? 2. Will the iPhone last the entire movie without being connected to a charger?
I have very good bandwidth at home and can usually download HD iTunes movies fairly quickly. When I try to download the 580 MB 4.0.1 update it fluctuates between 5-8 hours and takes over several minutes just to get to 1 MB. Are the servers overloaded?
I have scores of apps on my iPhone (and iPad). Many, many I've never used since the day I installed them or only used a couple of times. It'd be interesting to have an app that would tell me how many times I used each, and that way I could get rid of the ones that haven't been used in the past month or two. In fact, I wouldn't even mind a mass delete of the ones I haven't used in months!
I'm thinking, though, that such an app would require inter-communication with other apps, or system-level monitoring that only Apple could provide. Hey, maybe there's something in Settings that would show that?! I know that I discovered after too many months the Usage screen buried inside Settings that tells me how much space each app is taking up.
Ive never dropped or spilled anything on my phone, and i've only had it for less than 7 months. It will randomly turn off and I will try to restart it. It freezes on the restart screen so i usually have to restart it again. Also, sometimes the screen will spit for a couple of seconds but thats minor compared to it shutting off on me 5 times a day. Im thinking its a hardware glitch, but at the same time i'm not very tech savvy! Im wondering if i have to pay for it and what's the process of them fixing/replacing my phone? Im a student and everything i have is on my phone so im really hoping i wont be without a phone for a week or so just so they can figure out the problem!