Jul 11 2008

I have an iPhone, the MotoQ is dead

Published by at 4:18 pm under Apple/Mac

I’ve never liked my MotoQ, other than maybe a couple of hours when I first got it. The battery life has always sucked and I was never happy with the form factor. I hoarded all the money family sent me for my recent birthday, waited about 1.25 hours between line and activation, now I’m home with my very own 8 gig iPhone. I just started syncing it up with my iTunes, played with the GPS a little on the way home and plan to get it hooked into my home wireless system as soon as possible. Happy Birthday me.

Even if the iPhone hadn’t come out, the MotoQ had to go. After 16 months, the extended battery took a dump. I hope the iPhone batteries last more than 16 months, I know my iPod has so far.

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3 responses so far

3 Responses to “I have an iPhone, the MotoQ is dead”

  1. Kreg Steppeon 11 Jul 2008 at 4:38 pm

    Congratulation Martin! So you had no trouble getting it activated? (aside from waiting)

  2. DUmeon 14 Jul 2008 at 4:47 am

    I’ve also bougth me an 8 gig iPhone. I was wondering if you have also problems with the gps in buildings? It seems to be inactive when I’m in a building. This doesn’t happen with oder gps devices…

  3. Martinon 14 Jul 2008 at 4:54 am

    My iPhone has problems inside, but no more so than either of my Garmin GPS’s do. The radio signal used by GPS’s is extremely faint, so I’m not surprised it has problems inside.

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