mac5155 wrote:ive used mapquest about 3 times and each time its screwed me over
really? how so?
canaan wrote:mac5155 wrote:ive used mapquest about 3 times and each time its screwed me over
really? how so?
Fast B wrote:Tico Rick wrote:I've been waiting to get rid of my Blackberry, which I hate, and I went to my local Verizon store to talk to the salespeople about the differences between the iPhone 4 and 4S, intent on ordering one of them. The sales guy made a VERY heavy push for me to get an android instead of an iPhone. One of his arguments that a number of applications which are free on the droids, such as GPS, you have to pay for with the iPhone. Any thoughts on which is better?
Also, I spend part of each year in Costa Rica. I have a number of friends there who bought iPhones from AT&T, took out the chip and put in the chip from their local cell phones to use the iPhone locally, but until now this couldn't be done with the Verizon iPhones. Anyone know if I'd be able to do that with the Verizon 4S's?
iPhones do have built-in GPS, but if you want turn-by-turn directions (like TomTom) you will have to buy an app; that functionality isn't built in.
The Verizon 4S does have a slot for a SIM card; you may need to have them unlock the device for you though.
nocera wrote:Just updated to ios5. I love the notification center. Unfortunately, my macbook is too old and cannot be updated to Lion, which means I can't use iCloud to its fullest extent. I can only use icloud.com (which is also live as of now). Bummer.
nocera wrote:Just used the maps app for the first time today since the upgrade. Looks like that's improved as well. Three route options and the blue route line has a dot at each turn so it's slightly easier to follow. Still no turn by turn, though.
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