Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 26th Jun 2007 23:31 UTC, submitted by Chris from Apple
Apple A number of iPhone reviews were released today on the net: NYTimes, WSJ, MSNBC and USAToday. All seem to agree that the iPhone is a worthy device with few flaws.
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RE: 3G?
by Dark_Knight on Wed 27th Jun 2007 01:47 UTC in reply to "3G?"
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Hopefully by the time Apple releases the iPhone in Canada on Rogers network which will most likely be late Q4 it will be a version with HSDPA support and push email capability. Also any bugs found with the AT&T customers should be squashed by the time Canada gets the iPhone.

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RE[2]: 3G?
by watchingeyes on Wed 27th Jun 2007 02:13 in reply to "RE: 3G?"
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Except Rogers, like AT&T in the US, has a downright awful network. I'm buying out my contract with Rogers and will never look back, iPhone or no iPhone.

And what are you talking about? Push email was demonstrated on the iPhone during the keynote way back in january.

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RE[3]: 3G?
by andrewshalin on Wed 27th Jun 2007 13:41 in reply to "RE[2]: 3G?"
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Where in Canada are you? I've been with Rogers for 4 years now and never had a single problem. I have a Sony Ericsson K790 right now and it works perfectly on their network, and I'm in Halifax - quite smaller province and city. Of course, EDGE is a bit slow for some stuff, and I find North American prices for wireless to be outrageous. I lived in Germany and Ukraine for 14 years in total and you can't even compare North America to those countries.

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