Wow just noticed somethign about the Calendar

Maaz

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not sure if everyone knows but the calendar icon changes along with the correct date and day, like right now my calendar icon says Tuesday and 10, i dint know the icon changes.
 

ColsTiger

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not sure if everyone knows but the calendar icon changes along with the correct date and day, like right now my calendar icon says Tuesday and 10, i dint know the icon changes.
Yes it does. It always gives the day and date.:)
 

gcvt

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I wish the weather icon would give you the current temp of your primary weather location as well.
 

proy

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I wish the weather icon would give you the current temp of your primary weather location as well.
It does. As long as you're somewhere that's 73 degrees:laugh2:
 

wildonrio

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I wish the weather icon would give you the current temp of your primary weather location as well.
I used to be a little upset with this too, but then I realized that it would have to access the internet every time you turned on your iPhone to be able to know the temperatue. And when it accesses the internet via edge, no calls can come in. So I guess we're not going to see this feature until 3G starts working...
 

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I used to be a little upset with this too, but then I realized that it would have to access the internet every time you turned on your iPhone to be able to know the temperatue. And when it accesses the internet via edge, no calls can come in. So I guess we're not going to see this feature until 3G starts working...
Well, that's a good point. Maybe they should just include a temperature sensor. ;)

gcvt said:
I wish the weather icon would give you the current temp of your primary weather location as well.
I wish I could change the order of the cities without deleting and re-entering. Did I miss this ability?
 

dongtea

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And, of all things, why doesn't the clock change? That seems nuts.
 

TrippalHealicks

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It does. As long as you're somewhere that's 73 degrees:laugh2:

probably 'cause that's an average summer day in California.
Actually, I think it might be a little hot for them.....
GOD, i wanna move there.

Average in LA = ~85-92, with 75%+ humidity, to boot.
 

gannon145

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I hope people submitted that as something to change/implement. That can't be had to change and would be a great tool.
 

jimwarden

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Local Time on Weather

I wish that the local time showed up on the Weather tabs. For example, when I view Sydney, AU weather it should have their local time and date at the bottom of the screen.

Jim
 

jbaraga

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probably 'cause that's an average summer day in California.
Actually, I think it might be a little hot for them.....
GOD, i wanna move there.

Average in LA = ~85-92, with 75%+ humidity, to boot.
You'll have plenty of time to enjoy that beautiful weather as you sit in your car in bumper-to-bumper traffic that goes 4 lanes in both directions.

:laugh2:
 

TrippalHealicks

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You'll have plenty of time to enjoy that beautiful weather as you sit in your car in bumper-to-bumper traffic that goes 4 lanes in both directions.

:laugh2:

I've heard it's 7-lanes wide in and around L.A. lol
And, sadly enough, it's the same here, during peak times, due to poor planning and constant road construction.
 
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I heard from my inside source at Apple, they will have an update for the iPhone around October or November that will change the temperature to 35 for the winter months, then update it back to 73 for summer.

Oh wait, I don't know anyone at Apple or AT&T (except that same rude female I ALWAYS seem to get when I call customer service)
 

jda182

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probably 'cause that's an average summer day in California.
Actually, I think it might be a little hot for them.....
GOD, i wanna move there.

Average in LA = ~85-92, with 75%+ humidity, to boot.
im from mississippi so i don't want to hear that its to hot in southern california lol