Yesterday, I ordered a 16Gb iPhone, probably a gut-reaction to the O2 announcement that they’ll provide them from March 14th. I grappled overnight with the thoughts of having to live without Exchange push e-mail, and no 3G. I heard this morning that visual voicemail also won’t be supported. Now I hear that the iPhone isn’t supported on 64-bit Vista. We’re just about to roll out that OS flavour to all our desktops, so we’ll just throw that order in the bin.
Maybe later in the year when the 2nd gen iPhone supports 3G and other stuff, and the price is dropped and the extortionate packages and terrible conditions disappear, I’ll look at it again.
Or maybe not. I’ve had a Nokia N95 now for nearly 6 months, and my biggest (only) gripe is it just a little too big and heavy. That apart, it does everything I could possibly want.
If you want 5Gb of free online storage, look at Windows Live SkyDrive from Microsoft, part of their Live initiative.
According to Microsoft:
5 GB of free online storage, available from any computer with Internet access.
Create personal, shared, and public folders — you decide who has access to each folder.
Windows Live SkyDrive works well on any Windows or Macintosh computer with Firefox 1.5 or higher, or Internet Explorer 6 or higher.
All you need is a Windows Live ID account, and you can store private files of any type, or choose files to share with friends and family.
It’s my virtual USB key of utilities. Good price too.