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iPhone Blog Comments June 30, 2007

Posted by gordonwatts in blog.
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Ok. Enough with the fun and games. It seems like every post of mine that has the works “cell” and “phone” in them has been hit with a comment that points back to some iPhone accessory. The people that leave these comments are trying to build up search-engine link-love for their products. I’m trying to keep up with deleting them, but, please, get on with actually making a good product so people will link to it rather than doing this!

Maybe I should freeze posts so that after 30 days (or some such) you can’t continue to leave comments.

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1. paullev - June 30, 2007

well, just for the record – I left a link, but it wasn’t to any product – it was to sources of information about iPhones … http://paullevinson.blogspot.com/2007/06/iphone-arrives.html that’s clearly not a post about an “accessory,” is it?

2. gordonwatts - June 30, 2007

Yes — and that is why your comment is still on my blog, and many others aren’t! :-)

3. Ashley - July 2, 2007

I cannot wait for this Product to come to the UK, I have 2 phones both with varying PDA functions wished they were both merged into one, life will be a lot easier and because I travel on the the train a lot I do have my music on the go (Ipod). I have often wondered what life would be like if carried just one device that allowed me to make calls, organise my schedules and documents and surf the web. I just hope the Battery Life is better than what we got on the Ipods and comes without the £50.00 bbattery replacement charge they currently ask for.
I wonder how long we will have to wait for and no doubt we will be paying double the price……our friends across the pond are so lucky.

4. gordonwatts - July 3, 2007

See my reply, Ashly, to the identical comment you posted on my other post. I’ve removed the link.
You know what — I can’t tell if this is spam! At first this had a pointer (which I’ve removed) to a web site that sells cell phone components. And it was posted on two different posts of mine.

5. Thomas - July 10, 2007

Really, Apple tries to turn an iPod into a phone but i think Apple did badly.

Who would have thought of mailing a phone back to Apple just to have a battery change? Together with your friends phone numbers, your private pics and movie clips?

Not to mentioned the additional strain on the postal system.

No doubt soldering in a battery would have reduce manufacturing cost, but then the iPhone is not a budget phone either.

6. gordonwatts - July 10, 2007

Yeah, I can’t make up my mind about this. I have lots of devices that don’t have a removable battery and they work just fine and I get along just fine. There are a few — like my portable computer — that I demand a removable battery: because I carry more than one of them with me. But my cell phone and my music player (neither apple based) have a sealed in battery. I’ve got no complaints so far… But for the second hand market I suspect the inability to replaces these batteries is bad. I’ve met iPod owners with a scant 15 minutes of music playing time.

7. Numeros 800 - May 8, 2011

heh…that probably happens because nowadays anything that has to do with a “cell” or “phone” is sort of automatically associated with an “iPhone”..

8. gordonwatts - May 9, 2011

True – but this was back in 2007! :-)

9. iphone 6 - May 27, 2011

Lol, you are correct gordon. Old article!


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