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iPhone 3G Spec..now from DJ.Bank

I wrote from many other source and concroutetion.

Screen size : 3.5 inches (diagonal)
Screen resolution : 480 by 320 pixels (163 ppi)
Input method : Multi-Touch
Storage : 8GB and 16GB1
Cellular : UMTS/HSDPA (850, 1900, 2100 MHz) GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)
Wireless data : Wi-Fi (802.11b/g) UMTS/HSDPA (850, 1900, 2100 MHz) EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz) Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR
GPS : Assisted-GPS
Camera : 2.0 megapixels
Battery2 : Talk time: Up to 5 hours on 3G; up to 10 hours on 2G Standby time: Up to 300 hours
Internet use: Up to 5 hours on 3G; up to 6 hours on Wi-Fi
Video playback: Up to 7 hours
Audio playback: Up to 24 hours
Dimensions : 4.5 by 2.4 by 0.48 inches (115.5 by 62.1 by 12.3 mm)
Weight3 : 4.7 ounces (133 grams)

8 Gb Blck = 199 US
16 Gb BK/WT = 299 US
pr. this price Excoute GSM contract

Hot Feature
– Support 3G
– Support Exchange Server
– Maps with GPS ( A-GPS)
– iTunes Store 

Working only on  iTunes 7.7 up

 

In THAILAND

It not support with 3G in 900Mhz System (AIS GSM).

Thailand not in list fron sale plan.

we can unlock it.

 
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So, are you gonna get an iPhone 3G?

We hear Apple popped out a new phone or something today. All hearsay, but we though we’d run it by you. The $199 pricepoint for the 8GB, Exchange support, A-GPS and 3G data all make an extremely compelling case, but Apple still has plenty to improve on — there’s still no physical keyboard, if you hadn’t noticed (a dealbreaker for some), and Apple has yet to confirm things as common-sensical as copy and paste, video recording and MMS. There’s also another little problem for a few folks out there: the resale price on your iPhone is now approximately nil, so good luck offloading that sucker. But enough about what we think, what’s on your mind?

 
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Apple Announces iPhone 3G

After months of anticipation, the heavily rumored 3G iPhone was announced today during Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference Keynote.

“Just one year after launching the iPhone, we’re launching the new iPhone 3G that is twice as fast at half the price,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “iPhone 3G supports Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync right out of the box, runs the incredible third party apps created with the iPhone SDK, and will be available in more than 70 countries around the world this year.”

Features
– 3G-capable. 2.8 times faster than EDGE.
– Simultaneous voice and data conections
– Microsoft Exchange AcctiveSync
– GPS built-in
– Better battery life – 300 hours of standby, Talk-time 10 hours (as opposed to 5) on 2G networks, 5 hours of 3G talk-time (competition is 3 hour 3G talk time), 5 to 6 hours of high-speed browsing, 7 hours of video, 24 hours of audio.
– flush headphone jack
Pricing and Availability
The iPhone 3G will be available July 11th in 22 countries for $199 for 8 GB and $299 for 16 GB. The 16 GB model also comes in white. Apple has posted details on their website, but it is currently overwhelmed.

 
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Worldwide Developer Conference 2008 Keynote Live Coverage

11:21 am
The calendar app has the typical day, week, and month views. Color coding and drag & drop events is supported as well.

11:20 am
The contacts app incorporates lists, live search, and Google map integration.

11:20 am
The Mail app allows panes to be resized, multiple messages to be selected like a real application, and quick reply in-line.

11:18 am
iDisk is integrated into Me.com as well. Phil is now demonstrating the functionality.

11:18 am
Unbelievable looking Mail, Contacts, Calendar, and Gallery applications. Photos are synched over the air too.

11:16 am
Includes incredible Web 2.0 applications to provide a desktop-like experience on the web to work with all of the data. Me.com.

11:16 am
Works over the air. Changes are displayed immediately. Works with Mail, iCal, and Address Book on Mac. Works with Outlook on Windows.

11:15 am
Everything stays in sync between iPhone, Mac, and PC. Data gets synched automatically both ways.

11:14 am
“It works like ActiveStink… er… ActiveSync” – Phil. Push email, contacts, and calendars. Everything is up-to-date, wherever you are.

11:13 am
Exchange — for the rest of us.

11:13 am
MobileMe. Phil is on stage to demo.

11:13 am
Now, something entirely new.

11:12 am
Adding a third way to distribute apps — Ad Hoc. The apps can be distributed in any way to up to 100 authorized iPhones.

 
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iPhone V2.0 new GUI

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WWDC 2008 Live Keynote Audio

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From macrumorslive

10:14 am
The video demonstrated searching contacts, which filters contacts as you type.

10:13 am
CTOs of various companies discussing interest and usage in iPhone 2.0 from their employees.

10:12 am
Higher-education has participated too. Showing a video of enterprise and higher-education use of iPhone 2.0.

10:11 am
The enterprise world has participated in the beta program. 35% of Fortune 500 companies have participated.

10:10 am
Starting with enterprise. Exchange support out of the box — push email / contacts / calendars, auto-discovery, global address book, remote wipe.

10:10 am
3 parts to iPhone 2.0 — Enterprise, SDK, and new end-user features.

10:09 am
4,000 people have been in the beta program.

10:09 am
Talking about iPhone 2.0. In the first 95 days of the SDK being available, over 250k people have downloaded it.

10:08 am
After lunch, Bertrand Serlet will be giving us a peak of the new OS X — Snow Leopard.

10:08 am
Talking about the iPhone this morning.

10:08 am
3 parts to Apple now — Mac, Music (iPod, iTunes), iPhone.

10:07 am
Overviewing WWDC sessions, including those on iPhone and iFund.

10:07 am
52,000 attendees at WWDC 08.

10:06 am
“We’ve been working real hard on some great stuff that we can’t wait to share with you.”

10:06 am
Steve has taken the stage.

10:05 am
The lights have dimmed.

10:04 am
Crowd still settling, music still playing.

10:02 am
Apple employees are still working to get the crowd settled.

10:01 am
Al Gore is in the crowd and being shown on the displays.

9:57 am
People are continuing to stream into the hall as various classic rock songs play.

9:52 am
MacRumors team is seated.

9:49 am
People are starting to be let into the hall.

9:33 am
A photo of the line going up the escalator from earlier: flickr/kylerall

9:11 am
Line is moving. People are moving up to upper level. Still about 50 minutes to go before keynote starts.

8:52 am
Keynote starts in a little over an hour from now: 10am Pacific, 1pm EST. The countdown was incorrect for some of you due to a server malfunction.

8:44 am
Apple Stores are down worldwide.

8:23 am
Banner photo from flickr/aarontait

8:21 am
Keynote updates will begin around 10am Pacific time. Please be sure to visit and support our sponsors.

8:21 am
We are also launching TouchArcade.com, a site dedicated to iPhone games and apps. A couple of iPhone games announced early include Chopper and Aki Mobile Mahjong. We expect many more announcements during WWDC.

7:57 am
Thanks for visiting MacRumorsLive. Apple is widely expected to launch the 3G iPhone and also provide more details on the iTunes App Store launch. We’ve have written an extensive rumor roundup detailing the possibilities.

 
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