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Incredible design that I have adapted and resized for sharing among the most common monitor sizes for a nice touch for your computer wallpaper; also included an iPhone, iPad & Android version. Please feel free to download and use immediately as we keep those affected by the recent tragedies in Japan in our thoughts and prayers.
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(updated March 17, 2011 @ 2:45 EDT to include iPad version)
Verizon has released the new commercial to promote its upcoming CDMA iPhone 4. It’s not showing the iPhone 4 features but to make jokes on AT&T network. It comes with a question saying “Does your network work?” Clearly this makes joke on AT&T iPhone. Verizon even shows the calling from number 214-555-0101. It’s actually a real AT&T Directory Assistance number. Funny and great sense of humor.
I just tried calling the number, it said that it was not valid for “callbacks” – maybe it’s blocked from accepting incoming phone calls; but if the number is in fact an AT&T Directory Assistance number = HILARIOUS!
It’s F-I-N-A-L-L-Y happening; iPhone is coming to Verizon. The rumors have ended and now begins a “partnership” between the two giants. I personally applause Apple for finally bringing the iPhone to the Nations Largest mobile network, and for Verizon getting it’s act together to prove it was worthy of this mobile device and a partnership with the Apple brand. Besides, it makes complete business sense if Apple wants to increase its’ share of mobile users to have an iPhone. At the end of the day, Apple probably could care less which carrier the iPhone works on, just as long as the end user has an iPhone in hand.
Now begs the 1 million dollar question; “Will you get the Verizon iPhone?”
Personally, I will not be an earlier adopter unless things change between now and February 10, 2011 (the day it is available for everyone; Feb. 3 is the pre-sale date for existing Verizon customers) I will more than likely wait until iPhone 5 which will reportedly have given enough time to make use of LTE and some other improvements ..
The creativity of North Point just kills me .. Genius guys; sure GENIUS !!