[nabs] iPod Touch
rj.bridges at verizon.net
Thu Dec 16 19:47:49 GMT 2010
Joe et al,
I know that Apple would never recommend the use of an unlocked iPhone. I'm not sure what it would mean for you if you did so in terms of the functionality of the device. As far as the number of gigs go, I have a 16-gig iPhone and that works very well for me. I don't keep all that much music on my iPhone so have plenty of room for apps. Last, I checked, I was using maybe 3 gigs for apps, though I have installed a few more since then. I don't believe the Iphone has expandable memory. Olivia, feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.
On Dec 16, 2010, at 1:01 PM, Joe Orozco wrote:
> Okay, I confess to feeling intrigued by this Apple mania. I'm not willing
> to change phone carriers to experience mobile devices, so unless I buy an
> unlocked phone after Verizon picks it up, I'm thinking of picking up an iPod
> Touch. A few questions for you loyal Apple fanatics:
> 1. Is my assumption correct that if Verizon picks up the iPhone as it is
> expected, I could buy an unlocked iPhone and use it on Sprint given they're
> both on a CDMA network?
> 2. I know bigger is always better, but on average, how many gigs are you
> using to handle your main apps? Can you expand memory through micro SD for
> music and such?
> 3. How well has the iPod Touch worked as a business device? Can e-mail be
> easily synched for exchange accounts? Is there a sufficient number of
> business-oriented apps that work on the iPod? Are most apps built for the
> iPhone available for use in the iPod where possible?
> 4. Is there a dummy guide for people like me who'd need a crash course on
> touch typing, gestures and such?
> 5. Has anyone heard anything suggesting future GPS inclusion in the iPod?
> and finally,
> 6. How well does the FaceTime app work? Or, how well has the Google Voice
> app worked to communicate with people using 3G or wi-fi networks?
> Thanks in advance for entertaining my million questions!
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