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BoxKrait

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Like... A big one with speakers and a clockradio?
Or.... A small one that simply charges it and acts like a stand, and also can connect it to your computer for syncing?

The second one will come with it for sure.
 

wot_fan

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Like... A big one with speakers and a clockradio?
Or.... A small one that simply charges it and acts like a stand, and also can connect it to your computer for syncing?

The second one will come with it for sure.
I hope you are right, but I wouldn't be so sure. Apple stopped shipping docs with iPods a long time ago. I would not be surprised if the iPhone doc must be purchased separately.
 

BoxKrait

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I hope you are right, but I wouldn't be so sure. Apple stopped shipping docs with iPods a long time ago. I would not be surprised if the iPhone doc must be purchased separately.
Unreal..
Hopefully at least a cable that plugs into your computer will come with it.

Edit: It HAS to. Otherwise you just bought the newest, coolest, most integrated, revolutionizing phone there is, but with no way to upload anything?
Even the charger cable uses an USB cable that you can unplug from it and plug into your computer for the same effect.
 

timschizzle

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Unreal..
Hopefully at least a cable that plugs into your computer will come with it.

Edit: It HAS to. Otherwise you just bought the newest, coolest, most integrated, revolutionizing phone there is, but with no way to upload anything?
Even the charger cable uses an USB cable that you can unplug from it and plug into your computer for the same effect.
I thought i read somewhere that it would come with a docking station like the ipods used to, but either way, it will use the same cable as an ipod to connect to a computer. i have a feeling it will pop up in iTunes just like an ipod and iPhoto just like a camera, and the address book to make everything work seemlessly together like Apple loves to do.