Lets not biker and argue about who multi-touched who.
This is supposed to be an appy occasion.
On 18 Jul 2007, at 10:51, Daniel Shaw wrote:
>> nearest Apple Store (there *must* be one or more in Dublin) and test
>> drive one.
>> You won't find an iPhone outside the US for now.
>> The current ones have only been launched over there and are for now
> tied to the US bases AT&T network. They are only usable at all after
> activation on that network. And only activate-able after committing to
> a 2 year AT&T contract.
>> There are strong rumours about a European version before the end of
> the year though.
>>>>> I have yet to talk to anyone who has tried the iPhone that does not
>> rave about the touch navigation.
>> True. But I have also heard a lot of rants and moans about various
> other features or lack thereof. I'd still love to try one out of
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