| | Re: iPhone users get BBC radio downloads
On 11/30/08 8:08 PM, in article email@example.com,
"nospam" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> In article <Xns9B66CCC46A8D9noonehomecom@22.214.171.124>, Larry
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>>> Lawrence any iPhone user can download an application for the iPhone
>>> that allows thousands of Internet radio Stations to be streamed to the
>>> iPhone in real time. I have inadvertently sold iPhones to friends and
>>> neighbors who though they were aware of the various features of the
>>> iPhone were overwhelmed with joy when they found they could listen to
>>> home town news from other foreign towns and villages with a simple tap
>>> of the finger.
>> Your sidestep above is about a CRACKED iPhone, not one delivered by ATT
>> to the other 95% of users who cannot play anything over ATT EDGE or
>> otherwise. Your cracked iPhone isn't the one being sold. Iphone
>> doesn't stream the noted, most popular, codecs, for the reasons in the
>> WiMax white paper I've posted today on another thread....
> just as he said, there are quite a few apps available for a standard,
> off the shelf, non-jailbroken iphone that will stream thousands of
> radio stations. one of them, wunder radio, not only streams broadcast
> radio, but also streams weather radio and police scanner radio (from
> there are also video streaming apps, including a forthcoming one from
> sling that will connect with a slingbox.
Don't try to confuse Lar with facts now. He's down at the Waffle House
fantasizing about Mabel, the head waitress. He imagines his head encircled
by her freshly starched apron as she hand-feeds him buttermilk pancakes
dripping with honey. Yummy!