I miss the "wheel" for one reason.

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askewed

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Jun 22, 2007
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I mainly use the iPod function on my iPhone to listen to the 'Stern Show'. When the mp3 file is larger trying to find a position in it is nearly impossible. Trying to jump through a commercial or to find a specific time stamp is an issue. It's an odd combination of too touchy and not touchy enough at the same time... if you know what I mean.

With the "click Wheel" I knew a certain number of revolutions equaled a certain amount of time. Is anyone else noticing this?
 

oppie1

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Jul 12, 2007
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I mainly use the iPod function on my iPhone to listen to the 'Stern Show'. When the mp3 file is larger trying to find a position in it is nearly impossible. Trying to jump through a commercial or to find a specific time stamp is an issue. It's an odd combination of too touchy and not touchy enough at the same time... if you know what I mean.

With the "click Wheel" I knew a certain number of revolutions equaled a certain amount of time. Is anyone else noticing this?
i heard howie invented the iPhone..

hoo-hoo.. tell 'em fred
 

smak

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Jul 19, 2007
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What would be cool is if you can change the function of the double click of the button on the earbuds to "jump 1 minute" or something like that instead of jump track.

If you listen to a lot of podcasts, there's not much point in jumping to the next track.

-smak-