#335605 - 01/14/0812:16 AMRe: There's something in the air...
I just got my iPhone this Friday and was surprised to learn that I had to plug it in and use iTunes to sync it with .Mac, considering that it has bluetooth. Can't wait to see what is in the air! <br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>I just got my iPhone this Friday and was surprised to learn that I had to plug it in and use iTunes to sync it with .Mac<p><hr></blockquote><p>Actually you're syncing it with just your computer if I understand correctly the way it works. <br><br>I'm referring to where .mac connects through the internet to the .mac servers to sync the devices, computer to computer. It's handy if you have desktop and a laptop and travel.<br><br>I have a couple of clients that could leave their laptops at home or in the trunk, etc. if they could only use the wifi on the iPhone to sync their Mail, Calendars, etc like you can with computers. Right now when they travel they need to take the laptop and hit a hotpot or high speed connection to sync with the office. If his staff changes his appointments it would be nice to be able have constant sync.<br><br>It has the technology, it just needs the software.<br><br>BTW, never the less, I am jealous of your iPhone. <br><br>------> JD's Trivia game<br><br>------> MCF-MM Trivia game
#335607 - 01/14/0802:03 AMRe: There's something in the air...
Oh, I see... At work it's Windows only, so I was able to access my iCal online using Windows, but I was never able to make any changes to it, until the iPhone came along. I used to have to write appointments and notes in my Daytimer and then type them into my iCal once I got home from work. Now I can type them directly into my iPhone, which saves me a lot of trouble. <br><br>
Loc: Yuba City, California
how much of a letdown would this be?<br><br>Well if tomorrow were Christmas and I was opening presents, it would feel the same way when I unwrap sweaters and underwear.<br><br><br><br><br>M i c h a e l (OFI)
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