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What phone did you have before Iphone 3G?
I owned a Blackberry Bold.
I had 3 iphones, and 2 blackberry's prior to obtaining my current iphone. I missed the iphone everyday that I owned the Bold. Don't get me wrong, the Bold was an awesome phone, and was superb at emails, but other than that, it does not compare to the iphone at all.
Glad to be back in the iphone world !!
- 12-19-2008, 09:07 PM #82
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My list, that I can remember:o
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- 01-11-2009, 06:27 PM #94
I've actually had Symbian, WinMo, Motorola and now the iPhone. I still miss the phone stability of the other platforms - the iPhone is an awesome portable internet device, but the phone experience is average at best, and (most commonly for me) downright crummy at worst. If I know I'll have a day of frequent and important phone calls, I'll slip my SIM back in my Samsung BlackJack II - most rock solid phone I've had. Too bad the browser sucks and there's no apps.
- 01-12-2009, 05:27 PM #95
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Blackberry 8700g dropped it cracked the screen went back to the Razr then got a hand-me-down 8700g then upgraded to an 8300 Curve before getting my iPhone in November. I do miss cut and paste and background apps, but I do not regret my choice.
- 02-04-2009, 11:58 PM #98
- 02-05-2009, 05:57 AM #99iPhone Nanite
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I was using a Nokia N95 8GB... I still have it as a spare phone.
Funny that cause I was using the original N95 before I switched to the 1st gen iPhone.
I miss the 5mp camera with decent quality video recording, cut/paste, mms, sending files via BT, offline GPS with pre loaded maps...
But I'll miss the iPhone's big screen, safari & browsing itunes on the go and rich email more if I give up the iPhone.
- 02-05-2009, 06:50 AM #100iPhone Nanite
- 9 Posts
My phone progression, (well smartphones) was as follows
Various other phones worked alongside those, and I was a huge fan of UIQ, but since the iPhone I've not missed any of it. (Except the stuff we all miss, like MMS and full bluetooth)