More than just a standard mobile phone, Apple iPhone has many features to help highlight the crowd, we look at them:
Features of the phone:
The iPhone supports features such as conference, call id and integration with cellular network features and features. For example, if an incoming phone call is received, the currently playing song will be silenced. After the call is finished, normal music continues.
SMS text messages will be similar to an e-mail message and can be sorted by topic. In addition, text messages appear as "bubbles" messages under the name of each user. With AT & T Mobility, formerly Cingular Wireless, a mobile phone provider, iPhone can display voicemail messages in a "Visual Voicemail" format. This allows users to view voice messages graphically and be able to play voice messages rather than the typical chronological method currently offered by mobile networks. The iPhone supports the Bluetooth 2.0 wireless standard, which means that users can use compatible mobile phone headsets for hands-free operation.
Located on the back of the Apple iPhone 2.0 megapixel camera. The iPhone is not currently able to capture the video. The iPhone also includes software that allows users to edit and email their images. This software also communicates with iPhoto software on a Mac computer.
With iPhone memory capacity of 4GB and 8GB flash memory, the iPhone has the right storage for digital music collections. This includes a new digital music library system that makes it easy for users to sort by their collection.
iPhone can play video playback so users can watch movies and TV shows. While playing videos, the iPhone is landscape-oriented.
The iPhone has a built-in Wi-Fi wireless network and can connect to the Internet with a modified version of Apple Safari.
You can access a 2.5G EDGE telecommunication network to access the Internet.
While the iPhone does not support 3G high-speed communication network now, Apple said there are plans to add 3G support to future versions. Apple iPhone supports IMAP and POP3 e-mail protocols that allow users to control and compile e-mails on the device. At present, there is no corporate connection except for the listed 2 e-mail protocols.
The iPhone has a built-in battery that provides robust use of the device. It is not intended to replace a user. The battery is listed for 7 hours of video, 6 hours of browsing, 8 hours of talk time and a 24-hour music player. The standby time is up to 250 hours.