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|Lock Status:||Network Unlocked||Network:||Unlocked|
|Model:||iPhone 1st Generation||Storage Capacity:||8GB|
|Contract:||Without Contract||Screen Size:||3.5"|
|Operating System:||iOS - Apple||Style:||Bar|
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Long battery life
Small form factor
Great phone in its day little primiative by todays standards but stil great
These were great phones in there time. Incredible battery life. I'd use daily if it had 3G. A little slow by modern standards and old school screen. But was cutting edge 7 years ago. With jail breaking and over clocking its still usable by modern standards if you don't need 3G internet. I have 5 of these and had a bunch in the past. They are fun little pieces of Apple and phone history. They were 1st on market to have glass screen, 1st to have touch screen, 1st to have true internet and email access. Way ahead of there time back in 2007. The market unfortunetly quickly caught up but in its day it was the top phone. I love the metal back side and how the screen reaches the edges of the phone. Battery life is really good.
Great start to the iPhone empire!
This was the first apple iPhone that started the epidemic. I did not personally own this phone but did hear many great reviews on it. all functions are still available on it. You can download the apps just as you would any other phone. Great functions on it would be the calling and texting features on it. The volume button is easily accessed on the side of the phone. The phone also has the headphone port on the top left of the phone. The phone is a little more rounded(curved) than the newer ones but it is a little thinner than the new ones so it is easier to fit in your pocket. You can use cute phone cases to keep the phone from getting scratched. The glass on the phone is somewhat durable but you still want to be very careful and prevent unnecessary droppings because the glass may shatter. Great thing is you may find any locations to repair the glass because MANY shops still over iPhone repairs.
Awesome Phone to have , highly recommend it to others , Has amazing battery Life - The features on this phone pay off for itself. faster internet speeds with no Drops and amazing ways to use a ton of functions on it . The Apple iPhone has by now been wowing buyers for six months, Jobs reports. But wowing buyers isn’t enough: He’s determined to blow their socks off. Jobs then unveils the second generation iPhone, rumored to be released in October. It looks the same as the current iPhone, but now includes support for features missing in the original launch: Access to AT&T’s 3G HSDPA network; lets you buy from iTunes wirelessly; allows you to create Microsoft Office documents; includes iChat for video telephony between HSDPA and WiFi iPhones and Macs; and features expanded built-in memory, an external high-capacity memory card slot and a consumer swappable battery.
good , old phone
THE GOOD "The Apple iPhone has a stunning display, a sleek design, and an innovative multitouch user interface. Its Safari browser makes for a superb Web surfing experience, and it offers easy-to-use apps. As an iPod, it shines." THE BAD "The Apple iPhone has variable call quality and lacks some basic features found in many cell phones, including stereo Bluetooth support and 3G compatibility. Integrated memory is stingy for an iPod, and you have to sync the iPhone to manage music content." THE BOTTOM LINE "Despite some important missing features, a slow data network, and call quality that doesn't always deliver, the Apple iPhone sets a new benchmark for an integrated cell phone and MP3 player."
Still a very good and capable device.
I bought my iphone 2g back in 2007. It WAS the pioneer in the cell phone revolution. It took over the top spot from Motorola, Blackberry, While not as flashy or do-it all as todays smart phones it can still hold it's own. I prefer the weight and thick glass screen against the plastic back and thin glass screen of the newer generation of smart phones. No 3g/4g capability here though. If the phone is unlocked and jailbroken you can access more features. Sadly, Apple makes it a habit of updating their software and rendering their products obsolete. Note that you will not be able to access the battery. Even now I find the UI easy and fluid. Still a pretty advanced piece of hardware six years later. You can find on ebay for a decent price. Note the aluminum back that scratches very easily.