28 Page iPhone Review ! ! ! ! !

Maaz

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wow lol, i like the pics iam actually going to read it all.
 

lucky8926

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Wow I just realized something i'm going to miss on my blackjack when I get the iPhone... The Profiles! (indoor, outdoor, meeting, silent, etc) you could set up different ringers, volumes, and alerts. Pretty nice when you go from somewhere quiet to loud, or walk into a meeting and want vibrate only. You didn't have to go through and change everything, just select which profile you wanted. Oh well i'm sure the many many many things it does will make up for the few things it doesn't....
 

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That was a great read. Tons of good points, and props to the iPhone, as well as an honest, unbiased view of the errors of the iPhone. The final words segment on the last page was perfect.
 

yopingo

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Come weekend and I will read in leisure!
 

lucky8926

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As previously stated, great unbiased read! I highly recommend it!
 

wjp09

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cliff notes anyone?
 

beley

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Wow, what a great review! It took me a while to read it but it's spot on! Good job to the reviewer...
 

neo

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Nice find..man i love this phone
 

mjeagent

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The most interesting point I found was - "it appears that you have to pay a $3/month fee to enable push support on your Yahoo mail account."

Has anyone come across this? Maybe this is why so many can't get the Yahoo email to push successfuly.
 

neo

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great article fair and unbiased. man i love this phone
 

SPCartmanLand

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The most interesting point I found was - "it appears that you have to pay a $3/month fee to enable push support on your Yahoo mail account."

Has anyone come across this? Maybe this is why so many can't get the Yahoo email to push successfuly.
i think thats true i remember hearing about that a while ago