Mac vs. PC like Red Sox vs. the Yankees or Coke vs. Pepsi and the list goes on. As possibly one of the greatest differences between people in today’s technology driven age, let’s address the differences between the two. Now, the iPhone has significantly driven more people to the Mac
The New York Times published an article yesterday outlining the controversy surrounding the Egyptian government's requirement that Apple disable the GPS capabilities of all iPhones sold in the country.
The iPhone launched in Egypt today, and, as announced, the devices do not have GPS functionality. The device launched on Vodafone with 150, 250, 350 and 550 EGP plans, respectively. They start with 150 minutes, 50 texts and a sparse 250MB of data a month, and go all the way up to 1,200 minutes, 200 texts and 1GB of data.
Vodafone Egypt, the soon-to-be official iPhone 3G carrier in the country, has now begun taking pre-regestrations for purchases of the iPhone 3G. The wireless company has posted a new page on their website offering potential customers the opportunity to register using their name, and are given the ability to chose their own phone number in advance. [via iClarified]