Magic Jewball

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Even Hassidim love the iPhone

Filed under : Gadgets,New York City
On June 15, 2007
At 1:15 pm
Comments : 5

I know, I’m slacking off after a good run there of “several posts a day.” Life got busy and there’s no minimum posting law enacted yet. But seeing as how I won’t really get to one for a bit, here’s something fun to tide you over until then.

From the folks at iPhone New York, this is a lovely look at New York albeit another jump on the Peter Bjorn and John “Young Folks” train.

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5 Comments for this post

  1. Alex says:

    No buttons?

    Finally a cell phone that can really make inroads into the Amish market.

  2. Becca says:

    I can’t wait for Yiddish tech support!

  3. Alex says:

    They speak Yiddish in Bangalore?

  4. KP says:

    My son keeps pestering me about this phone. I mean, I just barely learned how to use my video iPod.

  5. Sarpon says:

    I don’t want to watch TV on my phone. Why are Americans buying bigger computer monitors and television sets and then dropiing a couple hundred bucks for the privilege of watching TV and computer images on their phones?

    But this ad did make me feel like a man — I was moved to whip out a ruler and check the size of my Treo screen. Well, you know what they say, it’s not the pixels in your pocket, it’s the portability of your phone plan.

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