Face it: The iPhone sucks Video
The world may still be all abuzz with iPhone 3G talk, but believe it or not, there are other smartphones out there. Sprint has just landed a pretty darn good one with the Palm Treo 800w.
I asked the question: does your iPhone suck? And you responded. In droves. Plus, Type-A personalities galore on this week's Mailbag.
The iPhone 5 has finally arrived on T-Mobile, now for just $99 and with fast 4G LTE.
Google TV uncovers an update, something is sucking the life from the iPhone 4S, and evil robots cannot be stopped by Captcha...or at least some of them.
Bridget Carey just got back from the launch of the iPhone 4S at the Apple store here in Manhattan, so we pull her into the studio to tell us about all the kooks lined up for first dibs. Despite all the problems users are experience with iOS 5 updates, everyone in line for one left with a 4S, though Bridget tells us not many users were anxious to test out Sprint or Verizon's network. Where's Wilson today? Guess.
This week, Dell goes high-fashion at just the wrong moment, everyone hates Twitter, and iPhone 3.0 steals Molly's soul.
There's a new Palm handset! It's the Palm Pre 2, and it's... very similar to the old Palm Pre. Oh well. However, we do get excited about the RIM BlackBerry Style, cheaper prepaid plans, 4G in the Big Apple, and yes, even the Verizon iPhone. Also: A special report on the new FaceTime for Mac.
On today's show, a whole collection of Apple rumors: iPhone 5 with a keyboard? That's just crazy talk. Almost as crazy as letting Apple take a 30% cut of your magazine or newspaper subscription costs by "taking advantage" of their new subscription store. Plus, Facebook is officially the entire Internet, as it gets both dedicated phone buttons and a Facebook SIM card. Plus, the U.S. finally commits to the Internet, Netflix finally arrives on Boxee, and we finally get a Plants vs. Zombies board game. I know you were waiting. --Molly
We're packing our bags and heading to Las Vegas for CTIA 2009. Take a look at what we're expecting--and hoping--to see there, including Skype for the iPhone, a slew of new handsets, and more hands-off demos of the Palm Pre.
If you have an iPhone 4, and always wanted to dabble with video editing, iMovie for iPhone might just be what you need to start your journey into movie making.