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    An iPhone is NOT an Blackberry

    There is no way I would give up my BlackBerry or my iPhone. The iPhone has made the world "So much Closer" :wink:
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    4 GB now? or wait?

    CongoRats!:wink::wink::wink:
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    An iPhone is NOT an Blackberry

    BigViking, I see your point. I should have mentioned, my Blackberry runs on an Enterprise Server.
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    4 GB now? or wait?

    ClayFree, Hopefully, you don't live near the Glendale Galleria :laugh2: Britna is hoping to pick-up hers today as well.
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    An iPhone is NOT an Blackberry

    It is funny how folks keep trying to compare the iPhone to a BlackBerry. That is like comparing an Apple to an Orange. I own both an 8700c Blackberry and an 8Gb iPhone. Each function well at what they were intended to do :2cool: Just my 2Cents
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    Happily Returning iPhone & Getting Blackberry Back...

    It is funny how folks try to compare the iPhone to a BlackBerry. That is like comparing an Apple to an Orange. I own both an 8700c Blackberry and an 8Gb iPhone. Each function well at what they were intended to do :2cool: Just my 2Cents
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    4 GB now? or wait?

    Britna, Go for the 8GB :2cool: the additional 4GB is worth the extra $100.
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    Say hello to our iPhone community!

    Then I take your last message as a welcome to me :wink: Thanks!
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    iPhone seems to work with iHome

    iJohn, Seems the iPhone works with the iHome (Which supports the iPod). Below is an extract regarding the iHome : The iHome iH6 stereo system wakes you gradually and lulls you to sleep with your iPod music. It includes a full-function remote control that interfaces with both your iPod and...
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    Yahoo - Able to Receive but not Send

    I had the same problem and was able to get it resolved by turning on SMTP. http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=305634
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    Say hello to our iPhone community!

    Welcome TheMattMan !