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Apple, Cingular & Sony Ericsson Deliver First “Mac to Mobile” Solution
MACWORLD EXPO, NEW YORK—July 17, 2002—Apple® today introduced iSync, a breakthrough product that synchronizes address books and calendars between Mac® computers and the new generation of Bluetooth-enabled GPRS mobile phones, PalmOS devices and Apple’s iPod™ portable digital music player. Apple also announced it is working with mobile industry leaders Cingular and Sony Ericsson to offer Mac customers the first easy-to-use, integrated “Mac to Mobile” solution.
“Cell phones are the world’s most popular digital device, but up until now, there’s been almost no cooperation between them and personal computers,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “iSync lets users have the same up-to-date address book and calendars everywhere—on their Mac and in their pocket.”
“Cingular is thrilled to see Apple take the lead in bringing easy-to-use mobile solutions to market,” said Stephen Carter, president and CEO of Cingular. “With a Mac, our customers using the new Sony Ericsson T68i phone are at the leading edge of the mobile services revolution—keeping their contact list and calendar up-to-date between their Mac and their phone, sending and receiving text messages from their Mac, and surfing the web with our new Wireless Internet Express Network.”
“There is great synergy between Sony Ericsson and Apple in terms of how we see new services developing for the consumer and in our commitment to make applications easy to use,” said Katsumi Ihara, president of Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications. “Apple’s approach to working with mobile technology will scale well into the next generation phones that take on imaging, music and entertainment functions, and we see many more ways that our products can complement each other in the future.”
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iSync ensures that address books and calendars flow seamlessly from a user’s Mac to all of their digital devices and back. Rather than requiring a separate synchronization application for each type of device, iSync works with the latest Bluetooth mobile phones, PalmOS devices and iPod to keep all these devices up to date. As a result, iSync users will enjoy seamless mobile access to schedules and other crucial information on all the devices they travel with.
Pricing & AvailabilityiSync will be available as a free download starting this September and requires Mac OS X version 10.2 “Jaguar.” A list of iSync-compatible devices is available at www.apple.com/isync.
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Sony Ericsson M600
|Availability by region||Q2 2006|
|Dimensions||105 x 54 x 15 (4.1 x 0.6 x 2.1 inches)|
|Mass||112 g (4 oz)|
|Operating system||UIQ 3.0 / Symbian OS v9.1|
|CPU||32-bitARM9 based @ 208 MHz|
|Removable storage||Memory Stick Micro ('M2')|
|Battery||900 mAhLi-Polymer 3.6 Volt|
|Display||240x320 (QVGA) illuminated TFT, 262,000 colors|
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Sony Ericsson M600 (sold as M600i model in some markets and originally labelled M608c in other markets) is a 3Gsmartphone based upon the UIQ 3 platform (which is built upon Symbian OS 9.1). It was announced on February 6, 2006 and is the first and only product of the M series of handsets from Sony Ericsson (aside from the Sony Ericsson Aspen).
The M600 is designed as a business tool and its features reflect this role. The M600 supports push email, document editing and PC synchronisation amongst other features. Notably the M600 does not have an integrated camera, which is a positive attribute for those working in environments where cameras are not permitted.
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The phone uses the UIQ 3 software platform, which is based upon Symbian OS 9.1. The M600 has a new special type of full QWERTY keyboard below the display, on the phone itself. The touchscreen displays 262,144 colours (18-bit colour depth) with a resolution of 240x320 pixels at 2.6 inches long in diagonal. The M600 runs the Nexperia PNX4008 ARM9 208 MHz processor from Philips and has 64MB RAM and 128MB Flash ROM.
It is notable that the Sony Ericsson P1 has its form factor based on this model.
- Colour: White, Black
- Display: 262K Colour touchscreen display (240x320 pixels)
- User interface: UIQ 3.0
- Operating system: Symbian OS v9.1
- Networks: GSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900, UMTS 2100
- Performance: Talk Time - UMTS: 2.5hr / GSM: 7.5hr, Standby Time - UMTS: 250hr / GSM: 340hr
Lack of long term commitment by Sony Ericsson
The M600 is marked 'EOL' (End of Life) less than two years after introduction by Sony Ericsson and therefore is considered a finalized product and will not receive any further firmware updates despite numerous bugs being reported by M600i users.
Problems for Mac users
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Connectivity has been an ongoing problem with the UIQ3 suite of phones from Sony Ericsson and the Mac OS X iSync utility that Mac users use to synchronise a mobile phone with the computer. As of February 2008 there are still widespread problems reported with these phones for Mac users.
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