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    • Internet_Design : Part IiPhone - Where To BuyAn iPhone is a multimedia and Internet-enabled quad-band GSM EDGE-supported cellularphone that is developed, manufactured and sold by Apple Inc. The functions of the iPhoneinclude camera phone and a multimedia player. It enables text messaging and visualvoicemail. You can also browse the net, send and receive e-mail, visit websites, searchengines and many more. The iPhone offers Wi-Fi connectivity too.The iPhone is a handheld smart device handled by using a large touch screen with virtualkeyboard and buttons.IPhones have created huge interest worldwide and for a good reason: this is acommunication and entertainment center in the palm of your hand. It is your personalcomputer and your mobile phone combined into one easy to use device.For people interested in buying an iPhone there are hundreds of Apple stores a spreadacross the Us as well as Canada, Japan and the major countries of Europe. For a completelist of retail locations check out Apples home site: www.apple.comApple offers its products through their apple online stores too. http://store.apple.com.Apple being the proprietors of iPhone 4GB and 8GB offers buying direct from the source.Another reliable source to buy an iPhone from are the AT&T StoresAT&T stores are more widely spread than Apple stores. There are over 1,800 AT&T storesin the U.S. Not sure where is the closest AT&T store? Go to AT&Ts store finder to locate ithttp://www.wireless.att.com/homeIPhones are also available through AT&Ts online store http://www.store.att.com.With all the buzz about iPhones one can easily find iPhones for sale through the net. A wordof caution though iPhones do not come cheap. It is a high tech device that you may needtech support for every now and then. Unless you consider yourself to be a real tech wiz, trynot to buy from a non reliable source that offers no tech support.Only exceptions to the above rule are EBay and Amazon, both being reliable securepurchase online shopping centers.Another important issue to consider is that computers as well as other high tech devicestend to decrease in price and increase in capabilities, ease of use, variations and range offunctionalities offered to the user. Therefore when you go out to buy an iPhone get thelatest most up to date version. It may cost a bit more but you would not end up with a newbut outdated iPhone.
    • For more information regarding iPhones, iPhone uses, accessories and tips go to:www.advancediphone.comHiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you backa few thousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and dropsimple for mere pennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.comfor details!INTERNET_DESIGN : End of Part IInternet_Design : Part II6 Tips For Saving Money On Your Next Computer PurchaseBuying a Computer does not need to be a budget breaker. A Computer purchase oftenincludes additional components and software that are not needed and can be avoided...ifyou are well prepared with the correct information.To help, the following tips can be used to save money on your next Computer purchase:Tip #1 - Take a look at your Computer case. If it is not a name brand Computer more thanlikely the case is expandable and can be reused. Cases can cost anywhere from $25 to$100. If you have a mid tower case, check how many bays are available for CD/DVD drives,and other peripherals, Are the USB and audio ports in the front?Cases are often an over-looked item that usually can be used over and over again.Tip #2 - Monitor Keyboard and Mouse - Just because you are purchasing a new Computerdoes not mean the keyboard and mouse need to be replaced. An Optical mouse last longerthan the ball style mouse. The same principal applies to keyboards, unless you are a heavyComputer user and the keys are worn and do not respond, you probably dont need a newkeyboard.Monitors may need to be replayed if want to upgrade to a larger screen size. If you arehappy with your monitor and are having no problems with it, you are better of keeping it alittle longer until you can afford a new Monitor.Tip #3 - Software License - Many people forget when purchasing a new Computer the costof the Operating System license is included in the price. If the new Computer has the sameOS installed, dont pay for another license.
    • The same applies for other software such as Microsoft Office. Unless you want to upgradeto another OS or Office version, save your money. Significant savings can be realized bynot purchasing un-needed software license costs.Tip #4 - Consider No Name Brand - While Dell, Hp and Sony are some of the big nameswith Computers, the reality is that most Computers originate from the same area in Asia,specifically laptops. Consider shopping for lesser name brands, or visiting your localComputer repair store.Unknown brand names such as Acer, are usually cheaper, yet inside the case or laptop, theparts are the same. Computer repair stores allows for customization, so you can tailor toyour need, not by what is on the shelf allowing for more savings.Tip #5 - Warranty - With Technology advancing, what seems like the speed of sound, the lifespan of Computers tend to run about three to five years. Its not that the hardware starts tofail, but advancements in Software requires more processing power and increased memoryrequirements.Consider the length and type of warranty at time of purchase. Also consider the warrantythat comes with the Computer. It may be possible that purchasing an extended warrantymay not be needed for a desktop, but may be needed for laptops.Tip #6 - Labor costs - Adding or upgrading involves labor which amounts to additional costs.If you are somewhat technical or handy, consider installing any additional componentsyourself. There are lots of how - to tutorials on the Internet, with video that detail many typesof installations.As always with making a big purchase, research and shop around for prices. Understandingwhat your price range is will keep you from overspending, while becoming knowledgeableabout what you are buying, will keep the salesman commissions from emptying your wallet!Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you backa few thousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and dropsimple for mere pennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.comfor details!INTERNET_DESIGN : End of Part IIInternet_Design : Part III6 Tips For Saving Money On Your Next Computer Purchase
    • Buying a Computer does not need to be a budget breaker. A Computer purchase oftenincludes additional components and software that are not needed and can be avoided...ifyou are well prepared with the correct information.To help, the following tips can be used to save money on your next Computer purchase:Tip #1 - Take a look at your Computer case. If it is not a name brand Computer more thanlikely the case is expandable and can be reused. Cases can cost anywhere from $25 to$100. If you have a mid tower case, check how many bays are available for CD/DVD drives,and other peripherals, Are the USB and audio ports in the front?Cases are often an over-looked item that usually can be used over and over again.Tip #2 - Monitor Keyboard and Mouse - Just because you are purchasing a new Computerdoes not mean the keyboard and mouse need to be replaced. An Optical mouse last longerthan the ball style mouse. The same principal applies to keyboards, unless you are a heavyComputer user and the keys are worn and do not respond, you probably dont need a newkeyboard.Monitors may need to be replayed if want to upgrade to a larger screen size. If you arehappy with your monitor and are having no problems with it, you are better of keeping it alittle longer until you can afford a new Monitor.Tip #3 - Software License - Many people forget when purchasing a new Computer the costof the Operating System license is included in the price. If the new Computer has the sameOS installed, dont pay for another license.The same applies for other software such as Microsoft Office. Unless you want to upgradeto another OS or Office version, save your money. Significant savings can be realized bynot purchasing un-needed software license costs.Tip #4 - Consider No Name Brand - While Dell, Hp and Sony are some of the big nameswith Computers, the reality is that most Computers originate from the same area in Asia,specifically laptops. Consider shopping for lesser name brands, or visiting your localComputer repair store.Unknown brand names such as Acer, are usually cheaper, yet inside the case or laptop, theparts are the same. Computer repair stores allows for customization, so you can tailor toyour need, not by what is on the shelf allowing for more savings.Tip #5 - Warranty - With Technology advancing, what seems like the speed of sound, the lifespan of Computers tend to run about three to five years. Its not that the hardware starts tofail, but advancements in Software requires more processing power and increased memoryrequirements.Consider the length and type of warranty at time of purchase. Also consider the warrantythat comes with the Computer. It may be possible that purchasing an extended warranty
    • may not be needed for a desktop, but may be needed for laptops.Tip #6 - Labor costs - Adding or upgrading involves labor which amounts to additional costs.If you are somewhat technical or handy, consider installing any additional componentsyourself. There are lots of how - to tutorials on the Internet, with video that detail many typesof installations.As always with making a big purchase, research and shop around for prices. Understandingwhat your price range is will keep you from overspending, while becoming knowledgeableabout what you are buying, will keep the salesman commissions from emptying your wallet!Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you backa few thousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and dropsimple for mere pennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.comfor details!INTERNET_DESIGN : End of Part III
    • may not be needed for a desktop, but may be needed for laptops.Tip #6 - Labor costs - Adding or upgrading involves labor which amounts to additional costs.If you are somewhat technical or handy, consider installing any additional componentsyourself. There are lots of how - to tutorials on the Internet, with video that detail many typesof installations.As always with making a big purchase, research and shop around for prices. Understandingwhat your price range is will keep you from overspending, while becoming knowledgeableabout what you are buying, will keep the salesman commissions from emptying your wallet!Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you backa few thousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and dropsimple for mere pennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.comfor details!INTERNET_DESIGN : End of Part III