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3G iPhone on the Way? 191

Posted by ScuttleMonkey
from the still-waiting dept.
mooseman93 wrote to point out Forbes is suggesting that if you haven't purchased an iPhone yet, you may want to wait just a little bit longer. Supposedly the next generation of iPhone will offer some substantial upgrades, including 3G capabilities. "To be sure, a 3G iPhone likely won't pop up over the next several weeks. The Unofficial Apple Weblog reported this week that Apple is hiring a television production firm in preparation for a high-profile late February announcement. That event, however, will likely detail the widely anticipated release of a software developer's kit for Apple's iPhone and iPod Touch. But the wait can't drag on much longer. AT&T is building out its high-speed wireless network as quickly as it can, announcing Wednesday that it will expand its 3G wireless broadband service to more than 80 additional cities by the end of the year for a total of roughly 350 markets."
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3G iPhone on the Way?

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  • by Anonymous Coward on Saturday February 09, 2008 @06:10AM (#22358798)
    So what you are saying is that I should wait 5 years for the 1099511627776 core GPU graphic card? But what about the 17592186044416 GPU graphics card that is going to come out 6 months later? There is only one way to solve this problem. The universe has about 10^80 atoms so logically if every atom could be a GPU then we should wait about 33 years. Hopefully there will be a couple of atoms left over for the monitor and game media. But the framerate should be awesome!
  • by Tumbleweed (3706) * on Saturday February 09, 2008 @03:11PM (#22361936)
    ... and in Sweden we have HSPA mobile broadband - that's 7.2/1.4Mbit.

    Yeah, but the downsides! You have to live in Sweden, speak Swedish, and deal with all those blondes.

    Okay, so 2 out of 3 aren't bad, but still...

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