Thursday, June 11, 2009

Industry News---Apple’s iPhone 3GS is still to be optimized!


In previous blog, I mentioned that Apple company issued a new version named iPhone 3GS on June 8, 2009. However, so many friends do not know what “S” means, now I want to explain it to you. The "S" stands for SPEED. Although it looks almost exactly like the 3G, it's much, much faster -- some tasks are almost four times faster than ever before. Despite the increased new features, there are still some defects.

In Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), Apple released the new version of iPhone, price of 199 U.S. dollars. The latest product has added some functions, such as video recording and video editing, etc. Apple said that this iPhone was the most powerful mobile phone, and the internal components are all new.



Nevertheless, the new version of iPhone in the following four aspects are still to be improved:

1. Service charge is too high.
85 U.S. dollars as part of the monthly fee can discourage potential users, after all, a bit expensive.

2. Do not support Adobe Flash.
Adobe is still developing iPhone Edition Flash, but a lot of difficulties ahead.

3. Video chatting.
Before releasing the new iPhone, there have been news said that iPhone 3GS would support video chatting, but this has not been realized.

4. To deal with back-office applications.
Products of Apple’s major competitors are now support this function: it can also access E-mail while using IM. However, it is reported that Apple is currently developing the feature.

Anyway, this latest product, iPhone 3GS, is a top-rated mobile around the world. After owning one, you can enjoy the digital life at your will. Of course, to watch movies or videos, you’d better have a DVD to iPhone converter or Video to iPhone converter to satisfy your needs! Wanna have a good tool? Just google an appropriate one, like Leawo Video to iPhone converter from website, and then have excellent enjoyment on the go.

We are looking forward to owning the iPhone 3GS in the near future!

2 comments:

  1. yeah, i will not buy a 3G cell phone before i get enough money.

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  2. i agree with you. a bit expensive.

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