Smart Phone is a natural companion to Smart home Automation

In collaboration with AT&T, Apple created the device called iphone. The iPhone was first introduced for sale in the United States market on June 29, 2007. Other countries where the original iPhone was made available include Ireland, UK, France, Germany, and Austria. After about a year or so, Apple released the iPhone 3G in about twenty-two countries on July 11, 2008. The first iPhone 3G in the world was sold in Auckland, New Zealand. Today, iPhone 3G is available in over 70 countries. Apple has announced sales of 13 million iPhones to date. It can be said that iPhone sales has surpassed RIM’s BlackBerry sales and has become the third largest mobile phone manufacturer in terms of
revenue, now only behind Nokia and Samsung.

Operating system which is running on the iPhone and iPod Touch is iPhone OS. Untill now Apple has been offering unlocked iPhones in some markets but they retail at a very high price. Other editions are locked to a single carrier. The iPhone normally prevents access to its media player and web features unless it has also been activated as a
phone with an authorized carrier.

iPhone 3G can go SIM independent and can be fully unlocked with a software. You dont need any turbo SIM any more to unlock your iPhone 3G. The iPhone Dev Team has already announced that yellow snow – an iPhone 3G unlock which will be released on December 31, 2008 – a date that could be January 1, 2009 depending on your timezone. As the Dev
Team noted again and again, only those with an iPhone 3G “2.11.07 baseband or earlier” will be able to take advantage of the free unlock – anyone who has updated to iPhone OS 2.1 or 2.2 and didn’t use a pwned firmware update will have had their baseband updated, and won’t be able to use this unlock.

iPhone 3G unlock is a little over a week away, meaning it will arrive before the Windows 7 beta hits, and will no doubt enjoy a flurry of news reports and user reviews almost immediately after it goes live. The iPhone 3G has seen some applications in the home automation domain as well.

In collaboration with AT&T, Apple created the device called iphone.
The iPhone was first introduced for sale in the United States market
on June 29, 2007. Other countries where the original iPhone was made
available include Ireland, UK, France, Germany, and Austria. After
about a year or so, Apple released the iPhone 3G in about twenty-two
countries on July 11, 2008. The first iPhone 3G in the world was sold
in Auckland, New Zealand. Today, iPhone 3G is available in over 70
countries. Apple has announced sales of 13 million iPhones to date. It
can be said that iPhone sales has surpassed RIM’s BlackBerry sales and
has become the third largest mobile phone manufacturer in terms of
revenue, now only behind Nokia and Samsung.

Operating system which is running on the iPhone and iPod Touch is
iPhone OS. Untill now Apple has been offering unlocked iPhones in some
markets but they retail at a very high price. Other editions are
locked to a single carrier. The iPhone normally prevents access to its
media player and web features unless it has also been activated as a
phone with an authorized carrier.

iPhone 3G can go SIM independent and can be fully unlocked with a
software. You dont need any turbo SIM any more to unlock your iPhone
3G. The iPhone Dev Team has already announced that yellow snow – an
iPhone 3G unlock which will be released on December 31, 2008 – a date
that could be January 1, 2009 depending on your timezone. As the Dev
Team noted again and again, only those with an iPhone 3G “2.11.07
baseband or earlier” will be able to take advantage of the free unlock
– anyone who has updated to iPhone OS 2.1 or 2.2 and didn’t use a
pwned firmware update will have had their baseband updated, and won’t
be able to use this unlock.

iPhone 3G unlock is a little over a week away, meaning it will arrive
before the Windows 7 beta hits, and will no doubt enjoy a flurry of
news reports and user reviews almost immediately after it goes live.

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