Eye on the iPhone: 10 days remain Video
Eye on the iPhone: 10 days remain Video Transcript
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>> Hey everyone. Welcome to I on the iPhone; your source for all news and rumors about the iPhone. There are 10 days left until the launch so we've all been a little bit worried about the battery life of the iPhone, but today Apple has released their very own numbers. They're saying it will have eight hours of talk time, six hours of internet use, 24 hours of audio playback and a whopping 250 hours of standby time. Not bad. They also have this handy dandy chart comparing the Nokia N95, the Samsung Blackjack, and Blackberry Curve and the Trio 750. This is all well and good except there's one little thing; yeah, the Nokia N95 does have Wi-Fi. Oops. That's all for today. Check back everyday as we go into the homestretch to the launch of the iPhone. ^M00:00:54 [ Music ] ^M00:01:00
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