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Yes but, only if the magnet is within 4 inches of the phone.
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they have always been out since like the 80s but people didnt start liking them till now
At the moment, the most popular touch screen phone is the iPhone 3GS.
hmmm. the earliest ones I can recall immediately were actually the original iPAQ's which had a GSM sleeve with which you could make phone calls and you dialled the number on s…creen btw, sleeves were the accesories for the original iPAQs, and the iPAQ slid into the sleeve and gained that functionality (and extra bulkiness!) but... I'm fairly sure there was something earlier than that too... New window
The sciphone I68+ is £65 from amazon and it better then the LG cookie!
An iraqian guy called ahmed mohammed al nuami who first got the idea but it was another person who invented it. this is why they say Iraqi people are smart
I have a at&t touch screen android phone from somebody and I've never seen no life to it I have plugged it in but still nothing what could be wrong?
theres a bunch :)
To allow people to use touch commands that require multiple fingers, the iPhone uses a new arrangement of existing technology. Its touch-sensitive screen includes a layer ofca…pacitive material, just like many other touch-screens. However, the iPhone's capacitors are arranged according to a coordinate system. Its circuitry can sense changes at each point along the grid. In other words, every point on the grid generates its own signal when touched and relays that signal to the iPhone's processor. This allows the phone to determine the location and movement of simultaneous touches in multiple locations. Because of its reliance on this capacitive material, the iPhone works only if you touch it with your fingertip -- it won't work if you use a stylus or wear non-conductive gloves. The iPhone's screen detects touch through one of two methods: Mutual capacitance or self capacitance. In mutual capacitance, the capacitive circuitry requires two distinct layers of material. One houses driving lines, which carry current, and other houses sensing lines, which detect the current at nodes. Self capacitance uses one layer of individual electrodes connected with capacitance-sensing circuitry.A mutual capacitance touch-screen contains a grid of sensing lines and driving lines to determine where the user is touching. A self capacitance screen contains sensing circuits and electrodes to determine where a user is touching. Both of these possible setups send touch data as electrical impulses. In the next section, we'll take a look at exactly what happens. The iPhone's processor and software are central to correctly interpreting input from the touch-screen. The capacitive material sends raw touch-location data to the iPhone's processor. The processor uses software located in the iPhone's memory to interpret the raw data as commands and gestures. Here's what happens:Signals travel from the touch screen to the processor as electrical impulses.The processor uses software to analyze the data and determine the features of each touch. This includes size, shape and location of the affected area on the screen. If necessary, the processor arranges touches with similar features into groups. If you move your finger, the processor calculates the difference between the starting point and ending point of your touch.The processor uses its gesture-interpretation software to determine which gesture you made. It combines your physical movement with information about which application you were using and what the application was doing when you touched the screen.The processor relays your instructions to the program in use. If necessary, it also sends commands to the iPhone's screen and other hardware. If the raw data doesn't match any applicable gestures or commands, the iPhone disregards it as an extraneous touch. All these steps happen in an instant -- you see changes in the screen based on your input almost instantly. This process allows you to access and use all of the iPhone's applications with your fingers. The shape of the screen changes when you need it to as well -- you can shift the perspective from vertical to horizontal by tilting the phone. An accelerometer inside the iPhone lets the operating system know to change the orientation of the image on the screen. This means that you can scroll through long lists of music files on a long, narrow screen, and you can watch movies in a widescreen format. You can learn more about accelerometers in How the Nike + iPod Works and How the Wii Works.
I have the enV touch its a touch screen and a txt key board it works SO well I love it!!!!
only if you have insurence. if you dont then no knew phone.
JL CLIMACO. She is intelligent in doing phones. Her imagination is so great. -yan lang po iloveyou KJ!!
Yes, they just recently added one. It's called the LG800G. I don't have one yet but I'm considering one.
There are a few on the market at the moment, including the LG cookie, on sale at £30-£35; it really depends on your phone company. On contract, probably about £5 a month, n…ot costing at all. , :).
Of course, you can. The after-sale service and the mobile maintain can do it. And you will pay for the replace screen. You can go to special stores or look on the internet. ju…st make sure they replace screens for your phone
No (I'm pretty sure), but if you have dropped your phone numerous times, it may be broken. Take it to the store where you bought it (AT&T, Verizon, etc.) and ask just to make …sure. There is a coating on the screen that can wear out. That's why you need to be careful how you clean your screen.