iPhone - Tech Review

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Neo-Fight gives detailed tech product reviews for the not so geeky. This video will focus on the iPhone and all its features.

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iPhone - Tech Review Tiffany Young: Hi there and welcome to Neo-Fight TV, the Technology Show for the 'Not-So-Geeky" My name is Tiffany Young Ben Freedman: And I’m Ben Freedman and we’ve kind of a special show today we’re doing a review of a little product you’ve probably never heard off called the iPhone. Tiffany Young: Yeah I know. Ben Freedman: For about five yearly of the iPhone? Tiffany Young: An iPhone. Ben Freedman: It’s been you know, how come this has been no coverage of this one. Tiffany Young: I know. People are lining up outside the stores for yeah crazy. Ben Freedman: So like a Friday and half ago people were out there and came out with this school boxes if the iPhone comes in and we’re going to take a little look I know we’re really at 10 to 15 minutes. So we’re just get our pan bum right through all of the things we‘re going to do with this nice finger print and encrusted iPhone. Tiffany Young: That is, it has have fingerprints, easy. Ben Freedman: It does have fingerprints. First of all before even turning on the iPhone and by the way this is a 4 gigabyte iPhone it’s 499 we have AT&T $60.00 a month plan which get your height 450 minutes unlimited data but on 200 text messages. What do you think business about the foreign factor, weight, size? Tiffany Young: It’s great. The only thing I saw have an issue with Apple is that I felt they hold you hostage like with there encryption on their music and such and now you’re held hostage by AT&T with the only series provider you can have it with. Ben Freedman: Only AT&T and you have to use iTunes is not like to some phones and we plug it in and pops up like a hard drive on your desktop or anything, you’ve got a sink with iTunes or so and no iTunes no iPhone. Tiffany Young: Right and you can’t use them; you can’t use any of the features on the iPhone without a subscription. Ben Freedman: That’s right you can — when you get this in the box it’s an iBrick until you activate it. Tiffany Young: Exactly. Ben Freedman: There’s nothing you can do with it. Tiffany Young: So your price is $499.00 and then $60.00 x 2 years, right? Ben Freedman: That’s right. It comes up to something like $2100.00 or something is your contract amount you know. All though I’ve heard about people who cancel their contract so they’re not longer paying that, they put a cancellation field like cancel them in 30 days but their phone stays activated. Now some people have suggested that after 30 days or when there is another software update that you put plug in your computer downloads the software update it will deactivate but it’s too new we don’t know one of those answers yet or there is so much shoot in this. Tiffany Young: Yeah, we will find out. Ben Freedman: Which is, which is a couple days before your seeing it, we don’t know 100% what’s going to happen there. Just before you even turn it on and there is so much talk about here just a quick overview here so on the top here you’ve got the headphone jack and I’ve got another camera set up here, I’m going to use this camera so if you can see that to show up a little close ups. On the top here you’ve got a headphone jack but and it is standard. Now I notice some of you hate about iPods is that every time they come out with a new one you need to have a new docking connector or invest or new that but not with this. There is a standard headphone jack but the problem is you see how deeply recessed it is in there. Almost all the headphones I’ve tried will not fit in there just because it’s recessed and the plug is too big. So they’re coming out now though like a plug adapter that has like a thin plug and you can plug something else into. This is standard headphone jack, I’ve heard about people who like filed down their headphone jacks so I can fit in there, yeah if it’s like plastic. Tiffany Young: I was just thinking of that the scissors and — Ben Freedman: That’s right. Got a volume control here on the side and it is an on off button on the top and it is a button on here and on the back here you’ll notice there is a camera and it’s almost all medal except this button built at the plastic. And the reason I made this plastic I heard was that this is where the antenna is and that’s why I had to be plastic so I wouldn’t interfere with the antennas signal that’s why it’s a different color down here at the back. So, the iPhone is really four different gadgets put together it’s a phone, it’s an iPod, it’s a personal information manager, a calendar, contacts and email and then it’s also an internet browser it has a Safari which is the Mackintosh internet browser built in. So let’s look at those four things separately and we’ll start with a phone. So again you turn on, you can press either at the buttons here and you’ll notice here they’ll pop up my little screen here and I can slide this to unlock it and I’m sure by now you probably all see this a hundred times, it’s all the icons that are up here and if you click on this green icon down here you come to the phone. Begin touch sensitive screen, put on a dial here, you just — Tiffany Young: Big buttons. Ben Freedman: Big easy to dial buttons, I thought and it makes a little noise every time you dial it to well backup button you can get to. Tiffany Young: This one gets a ten for a cool factor. Ben Freedman: It is, now if you want to one’s you’ve sink with the person of miss manager you’ve sync the iTunes of your contacts, you can click the contacts button here and here are all your contacts and there is no number one downside, no search function. I can start typing in Tiffany you know TIF and it will find Tiffany but I can scroll through them here as you can see just using your finger you can scroll up and down and then on the right hand side here I’m not sure if you can see it or a bunch of letters. If I go to here, there are Y for young there is Young Tiffany. So there’s your contact name and you can click that and it pulls out your contact information. Tiffany Young: Is something going wrong there? Thanks Ben. Ben Freedman: I will blurry that out I promise. So we’ll come back to this site. Tiffany Young: I would love to hear from you. Did somebody email I gather our suggestive and maybe it might be a little more personal then we actually called me so. Ben Freedman: This phone has Bluetooth but it‘s pretty much exclusively for the use of the phone so you can use a Bluetooth headset but you can’t listen to the iPod with Bluetooth you can‘t sync files or Bluetooth, you can’t use it as a dial up networking connection on your laptop. The only thing the Bluetooth is good for right now is headset and that may change with the software update or what have you. Tiffany Young: Well you could still use that for and we have many headset-meaning headsets with your phone I mean your card. Ben Freedman: I would say on your phone but not for you’re or with your car if it works in the car try them your car and I can use hands free in the car but it doesn’t work with stereo, it’s not stereo it’s only mono and the microphone. Tiffany Young: And then your solution that will be the little adopter right just show a little fab adaptor with your headset if you. Ben Freedman: That’s right if you want to put a wireless Bluetooth headset or regular adopter you can do that. Now it does come with these headphones and take a look see if we can hold this on here and you could see it’s a very skinny little hole and these are not just headphones but there are also a microphone on here, now this is kind of can you wear this, I don’t know about you but these are air bud kind of headsets. Tiffany Young: I used it too small. Ben Freedman: Well a minor too something because they don’t stand broccoli, but here is one kind of cool things so we put this in here, you’ll notice it’s got this little thing right here and this is your microphone but also if you squeeze it and if you can feel it, it’s actually a switch so when it let’s say you’re rocking out listening to your iPod but mode on here, a call comes in, you want to answer it you don’t have to pull it inside your pocket, you just squeeze this little switch you go squeeze and boom it answers the call. It also has a little whole on there that’s the microphone. But it means that right now you’re pretty much limited to using these headphones there I’m sure third parties will come out with them but right now these are the headphones you have to use and it has an extra particular look on the headphone jack as an extra little tip. One more thing about the phone part of the phone that I want to talk about before we move on is the voice mail is very coo it has the thing called visual voice mail. So I know this has ever happen to you. You know you call up your phone and you’ve got ten voicemails and the 5th one is really important but you’ve got to listen to one, two, three and four before you get five you don’t know who they’re from until you hear it. This is a thing called visual voicemail if I click on here you’ll notice that the screen says cool the voicemails if one, I have one voicemail on here from you. So if you were the 5th one down on the list but it is really an important and I get that voicemail from you I could just click on yours and it would just let me play yours. Tiffany Young: That is very nice. It‘s one of my very favorite features. Ben Freedman: Right .So very, very cool in here you have this visual voicemail you can call the person back and well that you don’t have to listen to all your voicemails you could go straight to the one you want so visual voicemail very cool feature. Now that’s the phone part and I don’t know we’re moving kind of fast and kind of skipping over some of it here but I want to get people instead of general overview. Tiffany Young: Right. Ben Freedman: The next section is the iPod and it is not as good as a regular iPod it has some deficiencies. First of all it does not the storage or the big one 4 gigs or 8 gigs is supposed to the big ones to have the 60 gig hard drives and the 80 gig hard drive but it has a beautiful screen. Tiffany Young: It does have a nice screen. Ben Freedman: So let’s click on the iPod mode here and I’m going to go in here and just a search by artist, I’ll pick a song here like the chorus and I’ll pick a song forgiving not forgotten and we’ll start playing. The first iPod that has a speaker built in, I don’t know if you can hear this. Let me hold it up. Now it’s none like very loud speaker but it‘s kind of cool it even without plugging you headphones in you can do this. And by the way if you have like a dock adaptor, like a Wi-Fi an Apple Hi-Fi or a hammering card and go play or I grew this will just sit in and play through all those speakers it has the same docking connector. Tiffany Young: Oh I see that, okay got you. Ben Freedman: Now one thing that this docking connector doesn’t send out this video. So if you’re used to putting your ii and sending video out to screen it doesn’t send video. Tiffany Young: Oh that’s a bomber. Ben Freedman: Yeah. Tiffany Young: So you’ll notice one here, that’s a big bomber one for me and it says it all the time. Ben Freedman: So if you use video out you will not throw your iPod for a lot of this things. Tiffany Young: Great. If it‘s the purpose of having all one anyway. Ben Freedman: Well that’s true the other thing is this you can’t unlike an iPod where you can just drag music from iTunes straight to your iPod and just drat it over till you have to sink. If they create a play list and then choose the purpose and sink this play list and you always, have to do it you can’t just drag the music over that you want the driver back. So you always have to be sinking the controls. Now you see here I’ve got cover out on here and the iPhone know which were you’re holding it. So if I turn it this way you’ll notice clamp it switches over now into the cover art horizontal mode and I can go in here and flip through this just like you would have an iTunes and pick up different music. Here’s Kelly Clarkson you can tap that you can go in here and pick up the song like “Since you began” and we’ll start playing. Tiffany Young: That’s pretty good. Ben Freedman: It’s now exactly rocking out with that but you know you got the idea. Tiffany Young: Right. Ben Freedman: That was a bit ladder. Again if I turn this way it will go back to the other bone and to get to again right here there’s no scroll wheel so it’s a little harder to fast forward and rewind like it is with the scroll wheel but if I click it one’s here you can get a bar of the top here and you can drag that bar to wherever in the sun you want to be. You’re going to say I’m sorry. Tiffany Young: Oh no I was going to say I wonder why they love some certain key things out I don’t know honestly I — Ben Freedman: I don’t think because they have to get it to market but I think they will face the next version of the software. I think what the version 1 .1 comes out. Tiffany Young: Yeah but, you’re not going to ever get video out of that unless a buy a different one. Ben Freedman: I don’t know maybe it’s a firmware shoe I think they might have to fix the headphone thing the Bluetooth stereo headphones that could be fixed. The searching on the contacts could be fixed so that’s a we are only in to the second part here and we’ve already talked about something that‘s missing searching on contacts, video out on here, sinking your songs without having to sync a play list. Tiffany Young: So they I just wonder if they’re going to be able to get video out I mean you set up it might be firmware thing so could we just have an adoption it comes later or something. Ben Freedman: It could be. Or it could just be a firmware upgrade software upgrade you know. Tiffany Young: It could be. Ben Freedman: Of course, where this firm really shines is in videos, so I’m going to go over here for instance and I’ve got some videos put on here if I go to video. Tiffany Young: Here and your x files. Ben Freedman: I’ve got the x files on here we click on x files. Tiffany Young: I don’t think anybody watch x files anymore. Ben Freedman: So here’s a video being played you can see. Tiffany Young: It’s Kelly. Ben Freedman: Here’s Kelly and somebody else. So you click on here and you can — Tiffany Young: Can I find you x file format like mean that on a Saturday. Ben Freedman: You just look and mold it as you can just go through here. Now in video mold you can’t you know if you turn it doesn’t switch so you always going to be in widescreen mode. Tiffany Young: Which is good very good. Ben Freedman: I’ve got you can do podcast for instance, you might recognize this podcast. Tiffany Young: Oh that is a really good podcast by the way. Ben Freedman: Yeah. So here we are again I think this just straight over from iTunes and it sync over but I couldn’t drag this podcast and to tell it with podcast to sync and sync one over. Tiffany Young: In your play list. Ben Freedman: In your play list, you know so you can’t if none of this is — Tiffany Young: The video qualities is nice so. Ben Freedman: It is and the answer is very sharp screen. Tiffany Young: It looks like; it’s look like high definition. Ben Freedman: Well it is high resolution that most laptops there’s more pixels squeeze in there than there are in most laptops. Tiffany Young: We have smaller screens squish. Ben Freedman: Smaller screens squish that’s right. Now on video can you enlarge it like you know I never tried that, that’s let me see? Tiffany Young: There’s a feature on this — Ben Freedman: So I’ve got podcast on here, I’ve got all that’s other stuff on here as the iPod goes and the other thing that the iPod does is photos. Tiffany Young: Right. Ben Freedman: I that’s getting to the section you want to talk about. This has photos on her but it’s not really, it’s not in the iPod area which is odd because on the other bipod’s photos is part of the iPod. So if you click on here, you click on the photos button I think you can pick up photo albums and I will click on this photo album and it wishes to the bunch of pictures of my family and again it will resize and if I turn it this way you’ll notice that is my wife and my oldest daughter. So depending on which we have it, it will resize itself and again if you take, just take your finger and you can pop them across here. Tiffany Young: That’s really nice. It’s very intuitive. Ben Freedman: That’s my little five year old. Now what’s really cool about this also is if you get to a picture like this one for instance and you want to zoom in you use this one as a multi finger touch, you take two fingers and you stretch them apart like this to zoom it. See how that works and then I can pan over here just to see those two and if I want to squish it I go like this and there it is squish down again. So you zoom in with two and can zoom out the same way. Tiffany Young: And it works the same way on the website part 2. Ben Freedman: That’s right, when we get to that. Tiffany Young: Oh I know. There is this very specific order I need to be following. Ben Freedman: And just have a camera here let me take a picture of you Tif and we go to the camera mode here and I’ll take a picture of you and you see how it looks like. There are two mega pixel picture you’re ready, get one, two, three. All right and go back over here and go pop up that picture so there’s the picture that I just took on the phone and what I’ll do. Tiffany Young: How did you do that I mean it’s like— Ben Freedman: No, it’s no bad for a cell phone; I mean it’s not a good digital camera thing. Tiffany Young: I think actually it’s the resolution looks pretty good. Ben Freedman: Yeah 2 mega pixels and I will, we’ll this up on the screen one’s it’s downloaded so people would see what the quality of the photo not just from here. No flash or anything on here like some of the cell phones that they don’t have flash. So that’s really basically your phone functionality and your iPod functionality. We still have two more sections to go so don’t go away but — Tiffany Young: And no jumping ahead. Ben Freedman: That’s right but we’ll be right back, right after this. [Demonstration] Ben Freedman: And we’re back and now we’re going to look at the last two areas that was the phone and iPod, and the other two areas are the PIM, the Personal Information Manager, which is like email, calendar, contacts and it will look at the internet browsing on those as well but let’s jump over here we saw the contacts when we had the phone but you also have a calendar, you press the calendar button here very, I think there is a rudimentary calendar. You can pick a day and scroll through it up and down you’ve got an appointment on there and it says “here to pick up my brother in law from the airport”, we can go and look at the whole month on there, it doesn’t turn so you’re going to be stock with that way. So the calendar is fairly rudimentary so the contacts before let me jump over the email. Now this will sync with your email on your computer through iTunes or you can enter email accounts like pop or iApp or exchange I use exchange. Tiffany Young: So does it sync with entourage. Ben Freedman: That’s right on the Mac. Well it doesn’t sync directly with entourage which I’ve got through is you have to sync entourage to iTunes using this entourage will sync with iTunes and it will sync with iCalendar and dot Mac and all that stuff and then you sync that with the phone. So it‘s kind of a Rembrandt process. Tiffany Young: What about setting up a different play list though I mean how do you get that — I mean on your when you think you know have a different sync fold or for the whole thing, it automatically. Ben Freedman: Yeah you can put the iPod or the email. Tiffany Young: Well I’m talking about syncing your email to this. Ben Freedman: Sync your email is not a play list thing, but there’s a separate tab on iTunes. So you’re going to play list through you know, you just have a tab where it’s — Tiffany Young: The normal tab where you have your regular iPod. Ben Freedman: Yeah. Okay there’s a tab about on this email which wouldn’t be there on your iPod obviously but it’s on there if you plug this thing and it recognizes it. I mean jump over the email here, click on email and again here is your list of emails and you can scroll them by going up and down, it’s very nice and the way it handles html email which are previous tons accused then do very well. So if I pull up an email here like I was trying to log me in you’ll notice that it comes here with the full html and a little graphic comes up on there I mean doing another one here and here is an order with Amazon .com and you’ll notice that just like on regular Amazon. Tiffany Young: Are you shopping again. Ben Freedman: Yeah we’re shopping. See the order comes up, now if you want to zoom in again just like with the photos you can zoom in and now it’s big enough to end and I can actually read it. That’s not turn I don’t understand this emails will be easier to read if you could turn this like you can with the internet and they cover art but this hasn’t turn you, you’ve always got to read this in this upper downy sort of mode. If you have an attachment like I’ve got a PDF file attached to this email this is an order for a video. Let’s scroll down here there is the PDF attachment on the bottom, I can click on that and there’s the PDF and you can probably see here it’s way to small to actually read the text but again using the two finger method I can go in and zoom in a little point where it is readable so in a pinch literally you can actually go in here and then scroll it down and go back to the messages. So there’s your email again I have to set up with the exchange and that exchange it connects directly to the server, it doesn’t go through iTunes. The calendar but exchange has calendar in contacts it won’t sync where your server, that has to be done through iTunes. But calendar in contacts have to be sync through iTunes but your email can go straight to the server. Tiffany Young: Well you think so it looks so how was your emails that are new just coming in that‘s like emails. Ben Freedman: On some systems you’re right you have to plug it in but it would be nice if when exchange has the ability through the contacts as well so be nice if you add a contact to your computer if it showed up on here too. It doesn’t do that and it does on our motor role accuse. If I type in an email or an appointment, it shows some instantly on my phone and types it in and I put in my phone it shows up on the computer. This will not do that it will sync your email through the server but not your calendar and your sync. Again something Apple could fix you could license the active sync technology from Microsoft which hopefully they’ll do and they could do that. Tiffany Young: But see you could definitely can get all your emails on the flat just like you know what I would say. Ben Freedman: If you’re using the flight it doesn’t do push email for I think it does to push for Yahoo but for mostly it doesn’t do push but you can set it to check every 15 minutes which is — to me it’s just as good so it checks when somebody again you can scroll it to the West. Tiffany Young: Less your on eBay and you’re done the last 30 seconds of the — Ben Freedman: It got to be refreshing every second. That brings us to the last section of this incredibly fast even though it’s fast but we’re still talking a — just taking a long time even though it’s fast. Tiffany Young: Use a lot of features to cover. Ben Freedman: There’s a lot of feature and that is probably the coolest new features that’s so the most revolutionary of the most of the smart phones is the way it surfs the web. It uses a version of safari and you’ll notice here that for instance, I’m going to jump over to my Yahoo page and we’re on the Wi-Fi network here. By the way, it has Wi-Fi when you’re near Wi-Fi hot spot you’ll log in through Wi-Fi when you’re away from your Wi-Fi and hotspot you can use AT&T’s data network. Tiffany Young: But we’re near as fast 200. Ben Freedman: Yeah about 200k kilobytes per seconds and all you going to get unlike your sprints or my old Verizon, which was a lot faster. Now you’ll notice here first of all that here is very good around 700. Tiffany Young: I try this whenever I can’t just thermo talent spread and — Ben Freedman: That’s okay, that’s good. So here is the browser page now this unlike email which wouldn’t flip this real flip so if turn that there it is horizontally and here it is vertically and I can go and scroll up and down very easily like this and how well you can see that it’s kind of tough to see but you can go and scroll up and down quite easily and obviously it’s way too small to read but what’s kind of need about it is if you double click on a section it will zoom just to size of that section for instance if I double click on this let’s say actually I turn this, this way and then I’m going to double click on this paragraph at the top, it zooms in to just that paragraph and now I can read that paragraph. If I turn it this way it will zoom again to keep that paragraph or that column as big as you want. If I go over here and double click on my stocks, which are unreadable right now, I think there are now my good stocks and that’s a good deal on the market it’s that stop up 12 so and now I can scroll for this column again which is now much, much more readable than it was before. You can open up multiple pages but unlike most process we use tabs here you clip on the page button and I can friends it goes over to another page here and here I was reading this is Gizmo, do I think. So here I’m reading Gizmo do page and again if I double click it will zoom in on the area I won’t read so here I’ll turn it sideways and go in here. And it will zoom in just to that column of textile we wanted to read and I can scroll down here we have the next column of text. So a little much text and it makes much, much easier so that quick scrolling is very cool feature. Something we haven’t talk about yet I just wanted to touch on is the keyboard, now iPhone Motorola has tactile keyboard access real buttons but you can go in there and push. Here however, if you go in here and if you want to go to a page let’s go back up here and you click on the entry it pops up a virtual keyboard. So it’s not a real keyboard it’s a virtual buttons but it does a pretty good job if went in here I went www.neo and to get to the symbols page you have to press this little symbol button and here’s the symbol page pane and that’s an underscore. Tiffany Young: That really is a nice keyboard. Ben Freedman: It’s nice but it’s not as fast as actually having — Tiffany Young: Are you sure I think its more amount I’ve just getting used to it. Ben Freedman: Yeah a lot of people set there it is and neo- fights and there is a dot com button right here but we’re not dot com we’re dot TV Neo-fight. TV then go and here it is loading via our Wi-Fi access. Now a couple of small problems here there’s no flash. Our player on the front page is in flash so if I scroll down over here you’ll see this is ugly box here in the middle where there’s no flash because we don’t have flash on our website we use flash but there’s no flash but there’s no flash in this phone. So any of the sides that we use flash again something else that I think will be fixed with firmware update down the road. They’ll release a flash version of this software for it and I think they just did it because you know there is so much to get ready for the phone if there’s something that you want to see it again in here I can double click on it and it will scroll in just to that, that area that I’m looking at just kind of nice. Double click on it again and it scrolls back out just a beautiful screen. Tiffany Young: This is like a you know what this is like a Apple phone tutorial, I mean really I mean yes I mean is it — Ben Freedman: Yes less 20 minutes or have were all we’ve been talking and pretty much all of the big features of the phone. It has a couple of other things oh Google man is a little mapping application where it will find like I’ve got to say here to find star bucks. Tiffany Young: Well you see it didn’t get as good as like your separate little hand holds that you take and — Ben Freedman: GPS, there is no GPS in here. Tiffany Young: Oh I thought it was like a — Ben Freedman: There is no GPS there’s no way you are. You just put in a zip code if you want to find like I typed in 85234 that’s how it is good. Tiffany Young: That is how this features where you know in case an emergency can find you that right because the rest of our iPhone? Ben Freedman: You know as much as in another phone it doesn’t have GPS, I think it will find you from the cell tower type thing but it’s not it has no you can there is no or if you’re 25 feet to the next left turn or anything like that. These are little widgets so it’s like Google maps that’s whether here I’ve got whether it says it’s going to be — Tiffany Young: 150. Ben Freedman: Yeah 99 right now and it’s got to be 170. Tiffany Young: So it’s very hot here right now. Ben Freedman: So it’s got a few other little widgets that are fun you could have gotten those in your browser you could have some Google maps in your browser it’s just a little Google maps in your browser it just like a little faster to do it here on the phone. Tiffany Young: Well I think it’s a pretty nice phone I mean all together there’s stuff and I need some features that’s I thought about buying one and I am sort of one of things and I actually I want to wait a little bit before I buy one. Ben Freedman: You know one thing I just want to mention I know about you but I heard about these people that waited to this line 234 days in line. I went down on Saturday afternoon and went to the 18th T store over here of the black commercial studio, hilarious okay they’ve got those ropes you have the airport for lining up they’ve got three security guards the way they’ve done, they’ve got balloons and confetti and there’s like two people on the store and I went and said look an iPhone please and they said here you go I walked up. Tiffany Young: No in one step your picture don’t loose the helicopter can just like and — Ben Freedman: No we’re at CVS you know and there was no media attention. Tiffany Young: I would expect them to be some article on the paper like iPhone releases a dock you know like there’s bed — Ben Freedman: And there’s a lot of them. Tiffany Young: We’ll they did actually it is just so funny that they you didn’t — Ben Freedman: But you didn’t need to line up they had enough to cover the demand. Tiffany Young: And our stores got still actually and we had line up, I mean people will send like for other product. Ben Freedman: Next day you’ll produce walking about with them. Tiffany Young: Hey I sell them on eBay for like two grams you see that. Ben Freedman: Yeah those didn’t sell I mean and I think people who bought a lot of this to sell in eBay they went out and bought and have some friends by bunch and I’m going to make any money because there is too much supply. Tiffany Young: Exactly. Ben Freedman: It’s too easy to get them now. Tiffany Young: And its’ not Christmas time. They’re not doing a little release right I mean. Ben Freedman: Anyway we must bring this to a close it’s a long show. Tiffany Young: And thanks for sticking with us and you have any more questions about the iPhone you can drop by and email us if you didn’t cover something that you didn’t understand. Ben Freedman: Yeah at least you’re not going to find any iPhone coverage anywhere else. There’s nothing about it anywhere else except here. Tiffany Young: You better come to neo- fight TV. Ben Freedman: www.neo-fight.tv, subscribe to the show and send us an email we’d love to hear from you. Tiffany Young: Absolutely, stay tuned. Ben Freedman: And if you have an extra 30 seconds take a look at this. In todays fast pace world it’s vitally important that young people develop a good understanding of how computers operate and how the internet works. LittleGigs.org takes donated computers refurbishes them and then provides them the underprivileged kids and no charge it’s our goal at LittleGigs.org to make sure that no kids are left out of the digital revolution. 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No year in the IT industry would be complete without a look back at the highs and failures. The year 2010 has seen several big technologies launch biting dust. 2010 was a good year for consumer technology, introducing everything from advanced Smartphone to cheap e-readers to bold new set-top boxes. And let\'s not forget the rise of the tablet with the introduction of the Apple iPad....

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iPhone was destined to be more than a simple cell phone that was evident when it emerged in the market a few years back. Looks like Steve Jobs poured every last ounce of his creative genius into it and the result is device which not only came as a saving grace for apple but also became a worldwide phenomenon....

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IPhone is a high-tech mobile phone that comes with various features of phone, an iPod, and an advanced Internet device in a single gadget....

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Apple iPhone deals have made possible to avail the high end gadgets at the affordable cost. The users have got the handset at the reduced prices with all the mobile phone deals....

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In the market, you will find the Weider Tech Powerswitch as the best alternative to the traditional dumbbells set. For a home gym, this one considered as an ideal product. The users who have bought th......

Lib Tech Snowboards Review

Many say that this company is the up and coming competition to burton. Some even say to look no further than Lib Tech Snowboards period. I wanted to take the time to review the lib tech magne traction snowboard that was released fall of 2008....

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The following advice can help you assess which technical gear you should (and should not) bring with you to Israel. Most desktop computers and laptops will work in Israel as they are 110/220 capable....

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The Pre is a sleek and sturdy new offering from Palm and sure to provide a great quality alternative to the iPhone for Sprint users. This article talks about the cool features of the Pre and how it compares to the iPhone....