Homer got an iPhone and starts his Couch Gag App (from season 21, episode 11). Video after the break…
Archive for the “Operator News” Category
Feb 05 2010
Jan 29 2010
The AT&T vs Verizon war continues, here are two new TV ads by AT&T. In these TV spot, actor Luke Wilson explains how AT&Ts 3G network provides a better 3G experience that Verizon like faster speeds for downloading songs and videos, and the ability to talk and surf the Web at the same time.
Jan 22 2010
Vodafone has sold 100,000 iPhones since the device went on sale on its network last Thursday. The network followed Orange and Tesco Mobile in launching Apple’s device, breaking O2’s exclusive contract.
Vodafone CEO, Guy Laurence, said: ‘The demand from both consumer and business customers has been phenomenal. They want an outstanding phone on an outstanding network and we’re delivering that.’ The operator said last week that it would deliver over 50,000 iPhones on its first day of going on sale, to customers who pre-ordered the device online.
Orange is thought to have sold around 100,000 iPhones during December last year.
Jan 21 2010
Matt does a very quick unboxing and talks about the Three MiFi 3G wireless router. Video after the break…
Jan 20 2010
Apple has approached several UK operators about selling its upcoming tablet computer – dubbed the ‘iSlate’ – according to reports. The US company is understood to be talking to Orange about its new device. O2 and Vodafone are also believed to be interested. The tablet is expected to be available from Carphone Warehouse.
The iPhone manufacturer company is expected to unveil the iSlate at an event in San Francisco on 27 January and it is likely to be on sale in the US in March. It should appear in the UK much later in the spring, according to The Guardian.
Jan 19 2010
Apple launched its App Store in just over 18 months ago, and has since taken over 99.4% of the market. Which generated 3 billion download (25% is paid Apps.)
Jan 14 2010
Vodafone has become the fourth operator to launch Apple’s iPhone today (14 January). The network follows Orange and Tesco Mobile, which both launched the device last year, breaking O2’s exclusive contract. Vodaphone has confirmed it will deliver over 50,000 iPhones today to customers who pre-ordered the device on-line. The figure does not include what is sold in stores today. CEO Guy Laurence said ‘the main reason for the exceptional demand was customers wanting to use the phone on its outstanding network’.