Image Gallery: Walk through AT&T Navigator on the Apple iPhone 3GS

Image Gallery: Walk through AT&T Navigator on the Apple iPhone 3GS

Summary: Voice guided navigation has been missing from the Apple iPhone since the first device rolled out in 2006. With the 3.0 OS update we now have the capability for this and TeleNav and AT&T were one of the first to provide this service. TeleNav has mobile clients on a number of carriers and devices and their iPhone client is quite full featured with the ability to send destinations to your account from the Internet. Traffic updates and up-to-date maps are provided via the wireless data networks.

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  • Voice guided navigation has been missing from the Apple iPhone since the first device rolled out in 2006. With the 3.0 OS update we now have the capability for this and TeleNav and AT&T were one of the first to provide this service. TeleNav has mobile clients on a number of carriers and devices and their iPhone client is quite full featured with the ability to send destinations to your account from the Internet. Traffic updates and up-to-date maps are provided via the wireless data networks.

  • The launch/splash screen of AT&T Navigator on the iPhone 3GS.

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Topics: AT&T, Apple, Browser, Hardware, iPhone, Mobility, Wi-Fi

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  • Nice, but too pricey for me

    This seems like a very nice application but it is way too pricey for me. Compared to my current Garmin Novi which is free to use it is over priced to the tune of $120/year. I would probably use it if it was priced at 99 cents per month.
    andyma@...
    • Agreed

      Can't see how cellular providers think their below par delivery platform, and not-that-much-more-current map data is worth the purchase price of a perfectly good consumer level GPS per annum! But at a buck or so a month, they'd have loads of takers. Consumers pay a premium for exclusivity (which their nav services do not have) or convenience (having a single device) - but they won't pay a 10% or more premium for that convenience.
      nigebj