No less than 45,000 iPhones to be Purchased by Köln University for Students



No less than 45,000 iPhones to be Purchased by Köln University for Students


The iPhone has been a best selling device ever since it debuted on the market in June of 2007. It’s got a 2 megapixel camera and a 3.5″ multi touch display. There is an 8GB model available for $199, while the 16GB model is available for $299. At Europe, Köln University at Germany has decided to buy an iPhone for each and every student attending its courses. No less than 45,000 are going to be purchased by the university for the students. The excuse is perfect! Students will be able to stay in touch with their teachers and stay on top of their schedules. An application for the iPhone is said to be created. It will manage university life, schedules and more.

The question is the luxury of having an iPhone for every student is the sense of security; it’s just appeared that each student will be a clear target for a holdup. And don’t you think each student will have a time for their studies (I would rather play with my iPhone)? Another thing is that it maybe a promotional things only for the university, why not just built a more useful facilities.

Why not also buy some Nintendo Wii or a Sony PS3 for the entertainment of each student?

Well, it’s always up to them, just my side comments. And what you think? Do you like there ideas?

Source: Macnotes

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