I seriously doubt that Siri engineers would bother adding "Singlish" to the 'languages' it recognizes. For one thing, it's not statistically significant to allocate the engineering resources--not too many people use it outside of Singaporeans and "Singaporeanized" foreigners. If they will, they might as well add Manglish into the mix.Eibow wrote:Hahaha! One more thing to add to riding the MRT. Now that coupled with people throwing themselves infront of you yelling at their phones- can't wait! And nothing is wrong with the 4S, but I'm shallow and if I get a new iPhone, I want it to look and feel new!
Bet he had a masters!nakatago wrote: On a side note, I saw the comments for Google Voice Search on the Android Market (voice actions have long been baked into Android). Some guy gave it a negative review. His comment: "Fail. Does not work on Indian accent." The app explicitly says it only supports US English.
Never works with AT&T for iPhones. They don't unlocked them for anyone for any reason. I used to work for Apple (actually worked on a few projects involving the system used for locking/unlocking the phones), and even we couldn't easily get the newer phones unlocked if it was on AT&T. It was pretty ridiculous. They instead happily paid $400-600 monthly bills for me when travelling.carteki wrote:Have you contacted your provider in the States and explained that you're no longer in the US and would like the unlock code? This usually works (and is free!)
That's correct. As of last June, AT&T doesn't unlock iPhones at all.Strong Eagle wrote:Are you saying that if you have completed your contract and are not in the country, AT&T will not unlock the phone? I had them unlock two cheap Nokia without issue once the contract expired. All it took was a phone call with ID.
As you may have seen from my last post, I know it is possible, however, I couldn't "easily" find a way... I ended up settling for a BB and selling my iPhone. The version is the important part, I beleive it can be unlocked up to 4.3.5 (who knows, maybe i OS 5 soon or now), but seems to be much easier of a tast for older versions... So, if you haven't already, DONT update to iOS5 if you want to have an easier time unlocking.Big Brown wrote:Hey everyone, I found this thread interesting since I'm currently in the US and will be moving to Singapore in a few mos. I currently have the IPhone 4 with firmware 04.10.01 and was wondering how easy it would be to unlock/jail break my phone when I get there.
Already spoke with AT&T and they said I can cancel my contract when I move as long as I provide them with proof that I'm moving because of work.
So is it easy to unlock/jail break and then simply sign on with the local carrier once I arrive there?
Thanks in advance for your help!
Verizon and Sprint are CDMA, not GSM. Not compatible with phone systems i Asia.zzm9980 wrote:This will work with Verizon and Sprint, however they both just started getting GSM iPhones with the new 4S, so it wouldn't help anyone with older phones right now.
Yes, but new iPhones are dual-radio. They have CDMA and GSM inside the same phone. V and S have a few other dual-radio phones too, and that is how they dealt with those.Strong Eagle wrote:Verizon and Sprint are CDMA, not GSM. Not compatible with phone systems i Asia.zzm9980 wrote:This will work with Verizon and Sprint, however they both just started getting GSM iPhones with the new 4S, so it wouldn't help anyone with older phones right now.
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