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nicklord1

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#1 6 years ago

Hi all i have an iphone 3g and its old , and i want to upgrade using my the same company o2 , but i am bit confused about the sim card as they are now smaller. Does o2 provide you with a new sim card with your old number , or do u get the sim card to an o2 shop to get cut . Ideally be nice if i didnt have to go to a shop and get everything online and sent to me as i am busy.

P.S whats the likely hood of iphone 5 in march ?

Thanks once again




*Daedalus

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#2 6 years ago

I'm going to leave the speculation alone.

You can get a microSIM templates online for $1 or so. You simply cut the extra from a normal SIM away. Some shops will do it for you, and some will give you a new card. Dunno what O2 does.




kow_ciller

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#3 6 years ago

iphone 5 isn't happening for quite awhile.

In all honesty I cant recommend an iphone at all.




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#4 6 years ago

It's great for people that need a smartphone that "just works". Android, having a bigger feature-set, is more complicated, which some people can find confusing.




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#5 6 years ago

Android is not confusing...it's infinitely more capable than iOS, and if you're not technologically inclined, it does everything you need it to do straight out of the box.

Not to mention WIDGETS!




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#6 6 years ago

Mastershroom;5571129Android is not confusing...it's infinitely more capable than iOS, and if you're not technologically inclined, it does everything you need it to do straight out of the box.

Not to mention WIDGETS!

Perhaps I was too subtle... my post was actually a dig at iPhone users, but hey. I know Android's not confusing in the least, but at lot of people get put off by it because there's more to do with it than iOS.

Yeah, it does, but for example, there's no easy one-click root solution (at least not with most phones), so you can understand what I meant.




kow_ciller

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#7 6 years ago

Imma just say it...

GIMME ICE CREAM SAMMICH




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#8 6 years ago

kow_ciller;5571196Imma just say it...

GIMME ICE CREAM SAMMICH

Yeah, the cancer had really bad timing... shouldn't be more than a week or two, I'd imagine though. I had a look at the Samsung video the other day, and the UI looks very nice. Like 3.2, but cleaner, more polished looking.




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#9 6 years ago

I can't wait.

Finally got honeycomb installed on my tablet and its godlike.




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#10 6 years ago

What tablet have you got?

Yeah, I really like it. At this point, its only real downside is app support, and even that's getting better. (Minecraft Pocket*, anyone? =p)

It's actually quite funny how Android-like iOS 5 is. Their slide-down-from-top "Notification Center" I had to laugh at. From the looks of it, ICS will have all of the few new features iOS 5 will as well.

* It's basically just the desktop alpha, and it chugs a bit on fully settings, but it's (I'm sure) only going to get better.




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