Should i get an iPhone3g Apple?

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Is an Apple product is stable here in the Philippines?

Does it have a good technician if it would be damaged or broken?

How much it is?

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Should i get an iPhone3g Apple?

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Hello 12silver12,

Are you a fan of Apple?

Even though a lot of people are going crazy about iPhone 4 and 4S, Apple iPhone 3 GS is still a good pick in the Philippines.

It’s reasonably priced at about PHP 15,000. iPhone 3 GS has a 12-month warranty and if you’re thinking something might go wrong and you might need a tech, you need not worry.

Replacement and repair will be taken care of.

Happy shopping!

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Answered By 0 points N/A #162280

Should i get an iPhone3g Apple?

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Hello,

As far as I know Apple products are stable in most of the countries. In the Philippine there are lots of people who are using Apple products specially iPhone.

There are also lots of good technicians in the Philippines only most of them are freelancers not from the Apple Store.

About on how much it will cost to be fixed, it may depend on how heavily damaged the product is and to what parts are needed to be replaced.

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Should i get an iPhone3g Apple?

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The Apple iPhone 3G is a discontinued 3G Smartphone operating on 2G and 3G network bands using GSM and HSPA technologies. It was unveiled to the public on June 2008 and released on July 2008 measuring 115.5 x 62.1 x 12.3 millimeters and weighing 133 grams. It uses mini-SIM card and has TFT capacitive touchscreen display with 16M colors at 320 x 480 pixels screen resolution.

Apple iPhone 3G
Apple iPhone 3G

It is protected with Corning Gorilla Glass with oleophobic coating. It ships with iOS 2.0 upgradable to iOS 4.2.1 powered by 412 MHz ARM 11 processor and PowerVR MBX GPU. As always, it doesn’t support microSD. It runs on 128 MB RAM with internal storage available in 8 GB and 16 GB capacities. The primary camera supports 2 megapixels but video recording is not supported and no secondary camera.

It has 3.5-millimeter jack, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP support (supports headset only), GPS with A-GPS support, and USB 2.0. It doesn’t have FM radio and no NFC support. It has built-in accelerometer and proximity sensors. The pre-installed Safari web browser supports HTML. It runs on non-removable Li-Ion battery with standby time up to 300 hours and talk time up to 10 hours.

It is available in black (available in 8 and 16 GB) and white (available in 16 GB) colors. Now, when comes to stability, I don’t see any problem with this phone except for the camera. Several iPhone users complain about rainbow effect when taking pictures.

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