myPhone, iPhone

After months of klang-klang and hoo-haa’ing bloggers made, finally I’m into their club now.

I’m definitely no stranger by looking at the phone. All the little icons was way too familiar not to forget. All the way from the States for only US$399, I was told that they are going to sell this baby at RM2k plus during their launching around June.

I don’t intend to turn this post into a review, but I really could not help myself. I just have to show you guys how cool the phone is.

Nowadays, I can have my own privacy of surfing the net anywhere at anytime I like.

Gone was the day when I have to haul the heavy and bulky laptop to the loo. While I did my business the heat from the laptop would slowly penetrate thru my fat tight.

The SMS is so cool they actually sort messages according to phone numbers.

Now, you can read all of them in a glimpse. (I have yet to learn how to delete the one that I doesn’t want instead of erasing the whole thing.)

And of course, they have the iPod, iTunes, YouTube, e-mail all in a touch of button.

How about this? GPS navigator.

Once I press the button, intelligently the machine detected my location. So you say, chun or not jek? I just need to key in my destination from point A to point B. (If no Wi-Fi can go hor lan liao.)

Now I am Hubby’s little helper.

I remember clearly on the first day when I play around with this phone, Dow Jones was at it low self 111 points. The day I took this photo was at it’s highest 261 point. Wait ah, let me check. As I am typing this post, Dow Jones dropped again to 187.32 points. Wah Daddy, time to buy shares again wor.

And, and the rotating screen.

And the reducing and enlarging of screen by using your fingers (thumb and index) to pinch on the screen.

The phone is not entirely klang-klang. One thing that dissapoint me is their built in camera. No flash, no macro, no video, no nothing! It’s just a camera by itself. Bah!

I’ll do another bad review later. All I can say is, if you are paying US$399 instead of RM2k, it is a good price to pay for a electronic toy. But with RM2k, I think you can get a better mobile phone compare to this. Soli ya… *run and hide*

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  1. egghead said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 1:01 pm

    hehe! welcome to the club! first time saw a mummy got 1!
    u got the 16G model?

    The Queen says: So, you are the club member too? *extend hand to shake*

    Nope, mine is 8GB only.

  2. Kyels said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 2:07 pm

    Played w/it once; an amazing phone I would say.

    The Queen says: Once you click on it, you will want to continue exploring the phone yea? I would say, it is as addictive as Facebook. lol

  3. LB said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 3:11 pm

    Waaaaahahahahahah!!!! Jumps!!! Wheee!!!! Isn’t it really the BEST? The BEST of the Best!!! I cannot go anywhere nowadays without my iPhone… but, word of advice. get a good pair of earphones.. You will increase the pleasure 200% – I kid you not wan..

    The Queen says: *holding LB’s hand and jump together* Not intend to download anything in the phone till they launch the machine in Malaysia around June. Don’t want to take the risk just incase they bar my phone.

  4. Allan (weather spoil: cold,hot,cold,hot) said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 3:15 pm

    =.= cant believe you actually own a IPhone~By the way can i know how you insert your sim card? After you insert your sim card still can take it out? Correct me if i am wrong,i heard that original IPhone does not have a slot to put sim card, so i heard that malaysia and singapore have succesfully crack it that problem…To insert or take out the sim card you have to open the whole cover of the IPhone then only can take it out(means only those technician can open it) <== heard people said de.

    The good news is: this iPhone is less people using in malaysia so that make it very rare and so then you also can be very proud by having it…

    The bad news is: when got technical problem then sure very headache because lack of spare part of this rare phone <==(if you brought it in local shop) if not then sent it back to kilang also need some times….

    By the way i like the viewing photo function,if you rotate the IPhone the picture that you viewing will also rotate… ^^

    The Queen says: The iPhone that I have had a slot just the right size of our SIM card. Not too big or too small. Ngam-ngam only. To open the slot, we need to find something like a needle or toothpick to prick where the tiny little hole is. There is nothing like you mentioned “open the whole cover”. You can remove the SIM card as many times you like.

  5. huisia said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 3:52 pm

    got the 3G one?
    I am waiting for the 3G one..

  6. huisia said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 3:53 pm

    Michelle also blog about this today.

    The Queen says: Blogging openly how she hack the iPhone? *gulp* I’ll think twice about the consequences later.

  7. day-dreamer said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 7:19 pm




  8. sila said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 11:02 pm

    huh – didn’t know you can still get the sim card in to the iPhone. they don’t allow simcards to be interchanged here, all phones have sim cards built in one..

  9. Lil said,

    March 25, 2008 @ 11:40 pm

    yeah, i’m under the same impression as sila.. and be careful if it’s a hacked version because when you run iphone updates, it could kill your phone!

    on the side note, have your blog been hijacked? there’s some posts on termites and children education fund? 3 somewhat nonsensical entries in one go between this post and the easter egg post…

  10. wuching said,

    March 26, 2008 @ 9:34 am

    why u no buy one for me?

  11. Bernard said,

    March 26, 2008 @ 11:53 am

    You’d better not bring this to toilet when you pangsai!

  12. laymank said,

    March 26, 2008 @ 10:31 pm

    whoa! jelesnya!!

    when i was at the States, i saw the offer for 4GB at USD299, wanted to buy, but then it’s not supported here and you have to sign up 2 years subscriptions.

    how you managed to smuggled over and hacked the phone for local use?

    if only the phone has 3G and better camera feature, it will be the perfect phone liao.

    GPS download tak payah luit kah?

  13. giddy tigress said,

    March 28, 2008 @ 10:10 am

    Woohoo!!! Looks like you got yourself a way cool toy! No need for canggih camera already take fantastic pics with your DSLR what…

  14. Giddy Tigers » Take an Apple on a Safari said,

    March 29, 2008 @ 12:11 am

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  15. Binky said,

    August 14, 2008 @ 12:52 am

    My hubby couldn’t take his hands off his iPhone. He bought it in Nov 2007 when the price was US$499. I have to say I’m very impressed with the picture resolution of the iPhone’s camera – it’s as good and clear as an advanced point&shoot.

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