This graphic shows where the iPhone will be sold legitimately by year's end, so far. Pretty awesome.<br><br>Now think about Equatorial Guinea. This report just blew me away.<br><br>The iPhone uses OSX. The browser is Safari. If you're a web designer and still not making your site play nice with Safari, you should be fired.<br><br>
I didn't think I needed an iPhone, but now that I have one, I don't know how I lived without it. I even use it as an alarm clock and kitchen timer. It has simplified my life in so many ways. It's one of those things that if I left home without it, I'd turn around and drive back to get. I'm always checking to make sure it's with me before going anywhere. It's sure nice to see that many other people will soon have this option to simplify their lives. Simplifying your life leaves more time to do fun stuff. :-)<br><br>
I agree... I finally have everything synced between my computer and my phone. Couldn't do it with any phone I owned prior to the iPhone.<br>I use it as my alarm clock since I can set numerous times w/o reprogramming each time. Also, it's great when I travel not to have to leave a wake up call... or worse... figure out the cheap-o clocks in hotel rooms.<br>I missed a dental appointment yesterday and got billed $40.00 for it. Slaps forehead... what an idiot... that's why I have an iPhone. I put my new appointment in with 2 reminders to go off the day before. That won't happen again.<br>The list goes on...<br><br>[image][/image]
"If it turns out that President Barack Obama can make a deal with the most intransigent, hard-line, unreasonable, totalitarian mullahs in the world but not with Republicans? Maybe he’s not the problem."
Not me, since I don't own one yet. But.... a few thousand Canadian folks are with great success from what I've heard. You currently have to hack the iPhone to work on non AT&T but that's about to change, so it's rumoured.<br><br>
I saw those rumors and have been trying to keep up with it all. I would almost be willing to pay full price to stay with the carrier I have. The ATT plans are attractive though and the service in our area is good as far as I can find out.<br><br>Interesting times ahead on the iPhone front.<br><br>
Common sense and deodorant are a lot alike. People who need it the most don't use it.
I could only wish to have a local plan as good as AT&T. Alas, that is unlikely though hopefully it will be much better than the current rates.<br><br>It would be best to talk with someone in your area with an iPhone. You can't believe what the carrier says.<br><br>If rumours are true, AT&T will be offering a deal you can't refuse. <br><br>
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