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Posted on September 17, 2008
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The 3G version of iPhone was introduced this year in July. Despite the high price and software issues, popularity of iPhone has been growing everywhere including Pakistan. To date about 75 countries have been announced for this international launch but Pakistan is still not on the official list.

But given the talent Pakistanis have in reverse engineering and adapting gadgets to their need, who needs an official provider? I believe that iPhone has all that it takes to be one of the most popular phones in Pakistan: it is stylish, feature-rich and a status symbol. In a very short time iPhone has become the phone of choice for the tech celebrities of Pakistan. It is also quite popular with Pakistanis abroad as well. Actually iPhone is one of the most requested gift item from Pakistan!



I have been testing the 3G iPhone for a few months now and I love it, despite a few issues. I couldn’t help comparing it with Blackberry pearl and other regular phones. But a simple comparison is not possible because iPhone packs so much more than the so-called smart phones. Now it does not mean that it is beyond criticism – the 3G iPhone has had its share of software bugs and network issues, many of which have been fixed recently.

ATP MobileFirst and foremost – iPhone is an eye candy. Browsing the web on iPhone is a treat and has made mobile web enjoyable. The visual elements, its ability to render images and graphics is superior than any other device. I find myself browsing the web quite a lot with the iPhone. Fans of iPod will love it too as it packs the popular audio features and capabilities in one sleek gadget. If you are all about email, many consider Blackberry to be much better but the new push capabilities of iPhone are quite appealing. The touch interface is intuitive and easy. If you make quite a lot of calls then beware – the touch key pad may or may not be your thing. Personally, I prefer the physical keyboard, at least when using the phone while driving.

The GPS and google map works quite well. There are many interesting new applications available which utilize GPS, such as iPray with Qibla Finder. This brings another interesting point: the very profitable Apple Store business model, which has resulted in huge number of interesting applications (some are free) available for download. Both the developers and Apple benefit from this approach.

Here are some suggestions. In case you have the new 3G iPhone, get the latest software fixes released by Apple (2.1 was released on Sep 12) which improves battery life and call quality and fixed many bugs.

If you have the original iPhone, no worries – it is good enough for most purposes. If you want to take the phone from US/EU to Pakistan, you are better off with the non-3G edition as 3G is non-existent in Pakistan. For US residents note that depending on your location, you may be on EDGE as 3G coverage is still limited and ATT network is mediocre. The email (push, support for exchange) of the new iPhone allows it to be easily adopted by professionals and companies.

Regardless of the bugs and complaints from die-hard Nokia and Blackberry fans, the iPhone is selling very well and it has some impressive and attractive features. Apple has shaken up the mobile monopolies of carriers and handset makers. It even forced Nokia to open up its platform and Google is under pressure to come up with a better product and platform. Competitors like Samsung, LG and HTC are working hard to come up with their versions of “touch” phones and this should mean more choices for consumers.

Images are from Apple web site and flickr.com.

44 Comments on “iPhone in Pakistan”

  1. September 18th, 2008 12:55 am

    Babar: I saw a working prototype of the Google Phone 2 weeks ago. It rocks. In a place like Pakistan, I have a feeling it will do much better than the iPhone. It will initially become available via T-Mobile in the US but will hopefully soon open up. Unlike the Apple development platform, this will be fully open-source, and hence I think Pakistani mobile software developers will have a field day working on it.
    Personally, I am still a big fan of Blackberry. IPhone is eye-candy but its not made for those who use the device for work/email/texting etc. Frankly, one finger typing sucks. Now only if the Blackberry software universe opened up so the casual users/game-players could also enjoy the machine.

  2. Android Fan says:
    September 18th, 2008 3:32 am

    Google’s OS for phones “Android” is definitely something I am looking forward too. It’s ability to support various input and output modals is something which will allow it to behave like an iPhone or a blackberry depending upon the hardware its running on. Just have a look at the gallery of featured apps that have been developed so far http://code.google.com/android/adc_gallery/

    My favourite apps are “Compare Everywhere” and “Pocket Journey”.

    Following is a 10 month old official demo of Android. Looks awesome :) doesn’t it?

  3. September 18th, 2008 3:33 am

    Sorry forgot the link for video :p

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_avwGFsv60U

  4. September 18th, 2008 3:37 am

    Another Android demo, this time running on a touch screen device.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arXolJrLVEg&feature=related

  5. ali says:
    September 18th, 2008 8:14 am

    and abramovich asks pakistanis to stop living because the country has beggars;

  6. Asfand says:
    September 18th, 2008 4:58 pm

    Does any one knows what is the street price of iPhone in Pakistan?

  7. meengla says:
    September 18th, 2008 5:10 pm

    iPhone in Pakistan!? Sorry to see an expensive hype winning over substance. People in richer countries may do so but not in a country like Pakistan.
    Quick facts, beyond the ‘slick’ look n feel:
    1) Expensive to buy
    2) Expensive to have the plan
    3) No video recording
    4) No replacement of batteries
    5) No MMS support
    6) No copy/paste on files.
    7) Very hard to ‘type’ in effective way.
    8) Apple’s typical narrow-minded approach: Only software approved by Apple can be installed despite the SDK
    9) No Flash support. This is a big drawback.
    10) Apple has a cult-like following and their self-proclaimed evangelicals are never shy of rubbing in their Apple toys and give unsolicited advices: Buy Apple.

    Apple tries to portray itself as an ‘underdog’ company, taking on the Goliath of Microsoft. But in reality Apple lost initially in the 80s because of its complete-control approach. iPhone, as well as other Apple products, including iPod, are also designed for the ‘lock-in’ model where both hardware AND software are Apple produced and/or Apple-approved. At least Microsoft didn’t try to monopolise the hardware sectar.

    Yes, iPhone looks ‘cool’ and ‘elegant’. But that’s it! People will realize this after the big-hole in your pocket is already made.

  8. September 18th, 2008 10:30 pm

    Bilal, I agree that Blackberry is great at what it does. It is just that a new product which fascinates people takes the center stage for a while. Just look at all the “touch” phones which are coming out this year.

    I think the market will benefit from all the recent innovation from non-conventional players like Apple, Google and opening up of the market for independent mobile software developers. iPhone had a much bigger impact on the tight control exerted by the network operators (such as Verizon) in US but outside US, there is a different dynamic at play. For Pakistan, India and China, Nokia is the dominant player with a formidable penetration and lead.

  9. Rana Asim Wajid says:
    September 19th, 2008 6:53 am

    iPhone….finally a phone for the homosexual community

  10. Altaf says:
    September 20th, 2008 1:20 pm

    I have used both Blackberry and iPhone and I think typing email is MUCH easier on the iPhone. Also reading and working on email is much easier. I bet you will soon see Blackberry copying the iPhone platform even more in email

  11. Aslam Hameed says:
    September 20th, 2008 3:44 pm

    iPhone has been in Pakistan even before teh new G3 came. I have seen many people with it. Pakistanis are smart and like gadgets so they find a way to use all these things if they want to.

  12. Abizaib says:
    September 22nd, 2008 3:54 am

    I am myself a software architect and do a lot of work with mobile devices in addition to other areas.

    iPhone is a paradigm shift in how we interact with mobile devices. I have used all flavors of data enabled and corporate friendly mobile devices including Windows Mobile, BlackBerrys, and what not. To be honest iPhone wins hands down because of its interface and functionality

    Besides being eye candy, a new phone for ‘homosexuals’, or , it is very intuitive and behaves and respond as expected. I didn’t even have to read the or open the manual – it responded to my intuitions and did it really well.

    Its GPS is far superior and faster than Samsung BlackJack II (windows Mobile6 – My last phone that lives in a trash now). Locks satellites within secconds rather than minutes. Its 3G is helps, and not to mention the builtin WiFi modem (Although a power sucker but works liek a charm).

    The latest version firmware 2.0.2 fixed lots of quirks too. Battery lasts longer and data throughput seems to have increased too.

    Last but not the least, iPhone’s MS Exchange Outlook push makes it even more sexier. My emails come in through push and its fully compatible with MS Office and other docs. Keeps the format and styling and easy to read. Not to mention the multitouch zooms, facebook app, twitterific and such keeps you connected all at the same time with no need to be on computer at all.

    Sometimes I read emails on iPhone while in front of my computer, that says a lot.

    In my eyes, its not only sexy, its practical and does the job 100 times better than others out there. Yes Google Android will follow suit, but it still has to hit the market before iPhone will have competitor. Till then enjoy the iPhone revolution.

  13. Abizaib says:
    September 22nd, 2008 4:01 am

    Just realized my comment below is typo-ridden. I apologize in advance.

    By the way this line reads like this:

    Besides being eye candy, a new phone for

  14. Ehsan says:
    October 10th, 2008 7:24 pm

    Oh for god’s sake i have enough of this iPhone mania , i hope it never comes to Pakistan so we can save more people from being ripped by a useless gadget ! it cant even do some basic stuff like mms which even a Rs.5k phone can do !

    It may be stylish and good for showing off if that’s what you want but its not a useful gadget i have seen better phones by Nokia and SonyEricsson.

  15. October 24th, 2008 1:50 pm

    Hi. Look, its a ground breaking phone. Its started a completely new race for handset manufacturer. And its customer friendly like hell.

    What about the $$$ it costs and the number of people in Pakistan who walk around with this phone? Everytime I see somebody with the new iphone 3G or some other horribly expensive gadget, the only think that comes to my mind is the immense amount of forex we spend to look cool. Look what its doing to our nation!

    Will we ever stop? Or will consumerism be the end of us? Why do we live outside our means?

  16. Irfan says:
    November 19th, 2008 6:50 am

    Can we use apple store with an unlocked iphone (with turbo SIM). I mean can we register at the apple store?

  17. Babar says:
    January 7th, 2009 1:05 pm

    Good points Abizaib. The app store itself is a great attraction as it has made it easy for people to get apps and developers to create and distribute apps.

  18. Andy Bhatti says:
    January 12th, 2009 12:33 pm

    hello all ,
    i am from california where apple has there headquarters , i have 2gs and 3g iphones . now both have there pros and cons , but apple updates the softwares on both to make them work as fast as possible , 3G definately takes the lead .
    Now i heard that iphones are being sold in the Lahore market for around Rs.60,0000 + … that is rediculous price for that . As we all know that all of them are coming from USA , most of them are the ones with the contract , and the contract price is $199.00 or $299.00 depending on the model .
    Now if you buy one with out contract then the price is anywhere from $700 to $1000 . that is also rediculous , ebay has some great deals on the iphones but still the shipping cost of $40 to $60 will kill you .
    So , i as a electronis geek , is sending iphones to pakistan 2g and 3g to Lahore to one of my workers so all of you can experience the true iphone.
    email me if you have any questions on how to unlock or jailbreak the iphone 2g and 3g . They are a lot of fun.

    thank you ,

    Andy Bhatti
    armghanb@yahoo.com

  19. Faisal.K says:
    January 13th, 2009 2:13 am

    It may look better but as far as functionality is concerned nothing beats a blackberry curve.

  20. AK says:
    April 22nd, 2009 12:28 pm

    Salam,

    I’m planning to visit Pakistan soon and planning to take my iPhone along with me. Can someone please let me know what phone carrier can I use to work with my iPhone? Thanks.

  21. Hassan Niazi says:
    April 27th, 2009 7:04 am

    salam
    i m using proxy sim card or iPhone 3g unlock device V3 in china and its working well here next month i m coming to pakistan and i wanna knw will this work in pakistan or not???

    Plz help me with this

    Regards

  22. mahmut says:
    June 12th, 2009 6:09 pm

    IKabe which shows the direction to kaaba is for free now. The Globe shows the path to Mekka. It includes three applikation in one. A Sun Kompas, a globe viewer and a distance tool. It is 100% developed from a muslim. You know, an attestor can only a beliver.

    Here is the Link: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=303864634&mt=8

  23. meengla says:
    June 12th, 2009 7:59 pm

    Apple computer is one of the most over-priced, protectionist, and deceitful companies out there and buying iPhone is one more waste of your precious money. Behind a slick-marketing and a cult-following is really a very narrow minded, greedy company which acts more ‘big brotherly’ than even the big brother of Microsoft.
    Almost all Apple users I run into instantly start peddling Apple products to you. If using iPhone they show the ‘power’ of iPhone by calculating restaruant tip or showing of pre-recorded videos. They should get together with the Jevovah’s Witnesses one day and see who can do a better job in Evangelism.
    iPhone is not only very over-priced for even Americans but is also not more than a half-useful toy to everyone, especially to 3rd world countries.
    Don’t buy it. Dig deeper to see the limitations behind this very nicely packaged and marketed toy.
    In brief: Both iPhone and Apple computer suck!

  24. June 28th, 2009 5:21 am

    I just want to say nothing like Iphone……Just Amaizing

  25. Zeeshan says:
    July 8th, 2009 2:24 pm

    wow cant beleive how come not officialy releasing in pakistan we should be shame i heard apple opening store in bangladesh next month how come not in pak ? pakistani service provider need to sets up the deal with apple ..

  26. kashiq says:
    August 26th, 2009 3:29 pm

    Well i think apple should be the product of the century. It has changed the concept of mobiles and many companies tried copying it but failed and not even one has managed to compete with it. Nokia has come up with N97 which is nice but i donot think that its better than iphone. Well i am just waiting for NOKIA AEON ( http://www.domesticutilities.com/aeon.htm ) and i think this phone might be the best phone of the future.

    Other than that apple is going to launch their TABLET PC ( http://www.domesticutilities.com/apple.htm ) next month and i think they are going to make bare money out of it as well.

  27. Naseer says:
    September 15th, 2009 4:15 pm

    nokia AEON and phone like this you can see on internet,..
    i wish the minds reach to that limit to make such phones but these phones are fake and they didnot exist and will not exist in next 10 years..
    its just to entertain people and to search that site which contains such information..
    these are nothing but just to entertain fools.

  28. September 19th, 2009 6:41 am

    i have seen it on my own eyes that there is outlet of iPhone in Pakistan in different cities like in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad.

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  30. Babar Latif says:
    November 9th, 2009 5:47 am

    Hi, All!

    Technology go fast…>>>>

    I used mobile phones since 1999, first 1 i bought Nokia,
    then 2nd Nokia, then 3rd nokia….
    but only I phone push me to switch any other than nokia…

    Iphone….provides many thing….more advanced then any other… its easy function and touch screen make so easy as my 26 months old boy play today and start operating since when he was 18 months.. “minimum on-locking it”
    Today he play games what he want through scrolling screens,
    many application for kids, avialable too.. thanks for that itunes store… ( of course many free and many trial basis)
    every thing from bussines..to utilities, class of games ( hi defination),

    No i tell you… what missing in it…
    contact forward as SMS,
    saving files from internet/ emails.
    flash player/ SWF
    PC required…!

  31. AZardariBHamari says:
    November 9th, 2009 6:43 pm

    Apple should consult our honorable president Zardari for opening up an Apple store in Isb.

    I can already imagine a bill-bords with a cat-like grin… Ohh the opportunities.

    Apple marketing model also matches with Zardari model, both charge a percentage for a service which ideally should be provided for free…

  32. Barrett says:
    December 4th, 2009 5:05 pm

    Reply to kashiq
    Kashiq please check out this new nokia bflow http://www.domesticutilities.com/bflow.htm .

  33. Ali Raza says:
    December 9th, 2009 8:05 pm

    Application for iphone’s jailbreak or ipwning or unlocking was never developed by Pakistanis. It was dev team.

  34. Ahmad Maqbool says:
    January 27th, 2010 6:05 am

    Recently I visited Pakistan(Lahore) in december. I was surprised to see that my iPhone’s GPS did not work there. It did not detect my position. Have anyone of you tried using iPhone GPS in Pakistan and did it work?

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  36. July 6th, 2010 5:03 am

    Hi guyz!
    Now iphones are easily available in local markets but the problem is that they are used and they dont have any official warranty.

  37. fari says:
    July 6th, 2010 7:22 am

    hey dude nice word like this
    keep it up
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  38. July 10th, 2010 7:19 am
  39. Uzma says:
    July 21st, 2010 7:19 pm

    Considering the price tag, I’m surprised people can afford it so easily in Pakistan- but then again, those with money seem to like dropping it like it’s hot. I also agree that Pakistanis probably don’t have use for half the capabilities it provides.
    The app store is full of apps like:
    Urban Spoon, Yelp, Open Table, etc. where you can go to find cool restaurants/bars in your immediate vicinity. Would that work in a place where even the GPS system doesn’t work? Plus, are Pakistani restaurants even ON yelp???
    Shazam: An app where you can find the name of any song you’re currently listening to. I doubt desi songs are on there!
    Any qiblah finder- Don’t you always know where the qiblah is in Pakistan??? There is always some kind of direction marked in places, or at least you can ask any random person.

    On the other hand, I do have an iPhone (I live in the US) and I have to say, there is absolutely no comparison. When it comes down it, I don’t understand why anyone would shell out that much money for ANY other phone.

    But of course, I’m also one of those cult followers of all things Apple. If you think Apple is evil, it’s because you don’t own an Apple. You get viruses, it looks great, it doesn’t crash all the time, etc. Its’ awesome. ‘Nuff said.

  40. Uzma says:
    July 21st, 2010 7:29 pm

    I meant “you DON’T get viruses.”

  41. musa says:
    September 14th, 2010 6:33 am

    AA Everyone!!

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  42. noor says:
    September 27th, 2010 6:14 am

    YES THE IPHONE IS THE BEST INVENTION OF THE TIME. IT IS ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR CELL PHONE ALL OVER THE WORLD INCLUDING PAKISTAN. AS IT IS PROVIDING TOS OF THOUSANDS OF GREAT APPLICATIONS AND GAMES. ( YOU CAN HAVE A LIST OF SOME GREAT APPS AND GAMES AND ALSO THE BEST CYDIA SOURCES AT best4iphone.wordpress.com)

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    September 28th, 2010 6:02 am

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    October 5th, 2010 4:09 am

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