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MacMost Now 760: New iPhone 5, iPod touch, iPod Nano
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GPS has been in iPhones since 2008. Unless you mean something else.
Gary may be it does. I looked at the iPhone web site and did not see specs info about the iPhone having built in GPS--not wifi supported. However, I really meant the iPod. I purchased Android tab because the iPad has no built in GPS. But if the iPhone has built in GPS, its a good deal. It gives me promise when or if I need or want a contract type phone service. T-mobile does not offer the iPhone.
Awesome,i might be getting the new iPod touch for my birthday in June,the one i have now is nearly 2 years old and is having Wi-Fi problems
well done summary Gary.
I started out using Macs and still do. May be I would have obtained an iphone but there were non for pay-as-you-go at the time. So my option was an Android smart phone. I now know the main difference I like about Android is the phones and related Tablets have built in GPS. I still don't think the new iPhone 5 has built in GPS. So, as far as phones and tabs are concerned, I will use Androids until Apple provides built in GPS in such. Why no GPS in iPhones and iPads?