Mark and Alex talk about the features of the new iPhone 4 and Mark shares his story of how he managed to get one on the first day it came out in Canada.
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Alex: But, at the same time I can use it at home for a multitude of different applications. There’s so much functionality that’s just built in to the whole system that I can one second be listening to a song and then decide, hey, I want to study my Chinese flashcards and go on to do that and the next minute be thinking of, oh, I wonder, you know, what is the GDP of India.
Alex: You know?
Mark: Which happens.
Alex: Yeah and then go in and find that out. You know it’s actually a really neat resource for someone like me who’s kind of an information buff, I guess.
Mark: Yeah. No, it is amazing what it can do and that’s the biggest thing, you know, that separates it from some of the other phones, I think, like the Blackberries and the Androids and so forth, which presumably have similar technology, similar cameras and processors and, I don’t know what, the touch screens and that. But the number of apps that are available on the iPhone and I know we have our own iPhone app at LingQ.