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In about 5 minutes, IPv6 fixed address is assigned to the iPhone, set of IPv6 routing addresses is assigned, filter settings and host name are registered.
Once the app is installed, PCs on the internet can access the iPhone to upload or download files through a browser or they can use the webDAV protocol. If the PC and the iPhone are on the same network, the PC can connect directly. If they are on separate networks, then FreeBit’s VPN software will provide the connection.
This app is free to get, but sadly it’s currently only available in the Japanese AppStore and only in Japanese language. An English version is coming soon, though.
Thai Operator says it’s still looking to cut a deal with Apple after earlier talks stalled.
An article on Reuters says the iPhone could still make it onto a second network in Thailand after local operator AIS confirmed it’s still in talks with Apple.
Rival operator True Move began offering the 3G iPhone in January, with AIS conceding that it had failed to strike a deal with Apple.
However, AIS Chief Marketing Officer Sanchai Tiewprasertkul has now told reporters: “We have not stopped talking. We are still exploring several options to sell iPhone to serve demand.”
AIS is Thailand’s leading mobile operator, accounting for half of the market.
Well, it official. The iPhone 3G is legitimately coming to Thailand. In a recent interview, I had stated that I had some doubts that the iPhone would come to Thailand so soon, citing that they did not have any confirmed deals for content, which is what really rakes in the money in the whole iPhone money machine. But soon after that interview, there were some events which hinted towards a Thailand launch. It now looks like the baby brother in Thailand’s trio of major phone operators, True Move, who is often over looked or forgotten, has sealed the deal with Apple. Commenting on the question of what happened to their rumored deal, AIS has stated that the deal with TrueMove is nonexclusive, leaving the door open for speculation that AIS is still in negotiations with Apple.
Why TrueMove ?