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Apple iPhone 3GS 32GB White Sim Free Unlocked Mobile Phone

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  • Revolutionary phone , Push email, calendar and contacts with Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync
  • Widescreen iPod
  • Internet in your pocket
  • Maps with built-in GPS
  • Visual Voicemail ,Third Party applications from the App Store


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  • Item Weight: 200 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 499 g
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  • ASIN: B002EH90JY
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 24 Jun 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 43,917 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Smartphones / PDAPhones proposed by BLUETRADE are delivered released (not included) and generally used with any sim card on all GSM networks. Warranty between 12 and 24 months.

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Atheana on 5 Sep 2009
I have the Ipod and have always been impressed with its capabilities. So when I thought about getting the Iphone, I had high expectations - especially considering all the hype that it's received - and I wasn't disappointed.

I came off a Sony Ericcson X1, which is a brilliant phone and was seriously concerned the Iphone wouldn't match up. I was wrong. The Iphone is really a hand held computer that just happens to make calls.

The touch screen is very sensitive and takes some getting used to but as with everything, practice makes perfect.

You can download applications straight to the phone via the App Store (available straight from 'desktop') which is a great little extra (be careful of which apps you choose, well worth checking out the user reviews first).

The screen is clear and large, the search engine which comes with the phone (Safari) does the trick. Also the phone has this excellent feature of being able to zoom in and out on the screen when you're online simply by 'pinching' your fingers open and closed on the screen.

The music function is excellent in that you don't need earphones to listen, there's an inbuilt speaker in the phone itself. Another nice feature.

Messaging and email is a doddle - as is setting up the accounts and syncing your contacts and bookmarks in Itunes. Sim contacts are simply imported straight into the phone.

There are little things which all add up to making this phone a real pleasure (i.e., a 'weather' icon on the 'desktop' which gives you the temp and weather for your area (once you program it in) at the touch of a finger. Very handy indeed.

I'm sure there are points I've missed but all in all this phone really is worth the hype. Functionality aside, it 'looks' and 'feels' good, slim line and small enough not to be bulky yet sizeable enough to be a pleasure to work with.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By paulyb on 8 Dec 2010
3GS is a lovely touchscreen gadget which does everything I want it to do, except the hype is much bigger than the product. The real genius is not the hardware, but the software and screen that enables effortless tinkering. But, this is pretty much what it's good for. As a communication gadget for phonecalls and messaging, it's unremarkable, in fact below average. As a music player, it's bulky but every dock out there is designed for the iphone, so that's a plus. As a regular web surfer, the screen is too small and the graphics too slow (lots of chequerboards before downloading graphics), and as a camera, the pictures of my kids are often fuzzy (SLRs are unbeatable for action snaps). With non expandable memory, I wouldn't recommend using this as your daily picture or film gadget anyway. As a games machine, the choice is stunning,and the App store is addictive for a few weeks, but the processor is weak, so graphics (even Angry Birds) stutter and there are regular interruptions in the fluid motion (this could be due to the OS upgrade). Battery life is dreadful, so if you want to use the iphone to its full potential with a lovely bright screen and constant access to wifi and 3G, you'll suffer without constant access to a power point. Once the brightness is turned down and the wifi/3G is turned off to save battery power, suddenly the iphone becomes a handheld screen for phonecalls, all it's glitziness disappears.

If you want an Ipod touch that takes phonecalls, on a high tariff, the iphone is pretty much unbeatable, but if your'e looking for a communication device, I think Blackberry and perhaps HTC are better value on a £ for £ basis and a phone that is less likely to let you down in an emergency.

But, do I regret buying it? No, because it's simplicity in software design is a wonder, and almost idiot proof.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Asim Kabeer on 14 Feb 2013
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It was in a very good condition and functionally perfect. Plus it was unlocked phone and working abroad as well.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ian Wantling TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 14 Nov 2009
I owned an iPhone for a short time when they were initially released on O2 and sold it as I felt let down on internet download speeds and one or two other niggly points. Having now obtained one via Orange all I can give it is the highest praise. Everything about it is faster, but the two that matter are jaw droppingly fast - namely web browsing and file transfers from your pc. Web browsing in wifi spots is almost broadband speed with certain more commonly used websites providing iPhone/mobile specific links that make the experience even faster. Syncing is even faster and uploading music and videos is done in under half the time of previous models. The battery life isn't the best though and quickly diminishes when using video intensive apps or viewing U Tube, Sky News, etc. Under normal usage I'd say you'ld get no more than two days from a full charge. I've purchased a spare charger to keep at work just in case.......

One more very pleasing thing for me was that the EU volume limitations imposed on the iPod Touches (which annoyingly capped how loud we were allowed to listen to our music) don't seem to apply to the iPhone and listening to my music totally rocked - at a volume I chose. The built in speakers on the iPhone are also surprisingly loud and clear too.

Not much more to say really other than it's the most awesome and versatile gadgets you'll ever own.

Expensive; yes but as equally as amazing
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