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Wednesday, October 18, 2006

October 18 - Smart iPhones?


Yet another incredibly believable rumour. One word, 'ThinkSecret'. Two words, 'Think Again'. I'm not terribly convinced by this poster that claims to show the iPhone in all of it's short and stocky glory. This time however, ThinkSecret is changing their story. Now, for the first time, we are hearing reports that there will be two different iPhones. One smartphone, one standard. The smartphone would incorporate a fancy QWERTY keyboard, Wi-Fi, email capabilities, web browsing, acamera, and music playback. Sounding like a blackberry? Yeah, well the list goes on. The standard handset on the other-hand is suposedly a candy bar phone which packs in a 3-megapixel camera, a 2.2-inch display, and some standard iPod/iTunes connectivity. Apparently Cingular will providing the initial phones at launch, January 2007. If the iWide rumours are true, you'll be getting a widescreen, touchscreen iPod in December aswell. A field day for us techies! Again, this is a rumour. The poster shown could easily have been a Photoshop creation. Afterall, it didn't take me long to prove the MacTower hoax, to be indeed, a hoax.

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Blogger Tim said...

That 'poster' is from the back inside cover of iCreat magazine - can't out my fingure on which issue though (I think I leant it to my Mum!). They've also done similar such as the iPad (an Apple PDA type device) and the MacBook Mini (a palm sized laptop).

The iPhone not too far off though :-)

8:46 pm, October 18, 2006  
Blogger Tim said...

That 'poster' is from the back inside cover of iCreat magazine - can't out my fingure on which issue though (I think I leant it to my Mum!). They've also done similar such as the iPad (an Apple PDA type device) and the MacBook Mini (a palm sized laptop).

The iPhone not too far off though :-)

8:47 pm, October 18, 2006  

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