My pleasure, folks. Glad I can contribute a little to this forum.
I also learned one more thing... If we manage to input the SIM PIN wrong 3 times, it will lock the SIM card and need a PUK code to unlock it (which the PUK code is available in our AT&T website as I mentioned above.)
Sorry, please ignore my questions, I just found the solution on the AT&T website!
Her AT&T account contains instructions and the PUK to unlock her phone, and it worked perfectly.
Thanks, and with best regards,
My wife just got her new iPhone 3G. She was so happy and playing with the settings. Without knowing what SIM PIN is, she managed to enter the PIN wrong (of course) three times and locked the phone. Sure enough, now the phone is not working and with a SIM LOCKED message on the top...
I have updated my two iPhones (my wife's and mine) to 1.1.3 last night.
So far so good, and the triangulation feature worked until earlier tonight.
Now, when I click the triangulte button in Map. It quits the Map program automatically and returns to the Home screen.
I tried it...
I would also recommend this Scratch Brush Pen. It is a common tool used for watchmakers to recreate the brush-finish on the watchcase. Very easy to use, just brush the surface in a parallel motion carefuly.
With best regards,
The Apple Bluetooth earset is very nice. My wife has it, very cool looking and small size, the sound quality is good and easy to use. Only the battery life is a little on the short size but no big deal.
Apple and Jobs really do a wonderful job to piss everyone off. I have the 8GB and my wife has the 4GB.
Talk about the 4GB iPhone being obsolete in less than 10 weeks!? This is probably the shortest product cycle of all, and is going to be a dinner-table joke down the history.
I hope Steve...
Nothing to thank Steve Jobs still. Let's think...
... Instead of being ripped off of $200 in less than two months, now we are being ripped off of $100 in less than two months...
Why should we thank Steve for ripping us off $100 instead of $200?
It is fair enough, but still not great...
Ok, $100 is fair enough. I am still not 100% satisfied in principle, but it is fair enough that I will remain as an Apple customer.
I need to give a pad to the shoulder to all of us who voiced our concerns since yesterday. I do believe that due to the pressure from all of us (as consumers)...
No, I guess I am stuck with my two iPhone's (my wife's and mine) and the AT&T contracts. :frown:
But to get even of my money lost, I am not going to replace my two PCs at home with the two iMac that I was planning to purchase in the coming holiday season.
Very arrogant, Steve Jobs. You need us (customers) more than we need you.
What a short-sighted businesss practice. You (Apple) might gain a few iPhone sales before the holidays, but loses the faith of its loyal customes in the long run.
Guess when Apple releases future products, who'd be...
iPhone pricecut -- Share Your iPhone Story (link)
I think most of us early iPhone cutomers are not very happy about the new iPhone pricecut. I felt like someone just stole $200 from my pocket.
I think we (as consumers) need to make Apple hear our voice. They will never learn (and repeat this...
Still got the error(4) when sync-ing my iPhone with Yahoo! Address Book...
I gave up! Now I just sync up with my Windows Address Book, and save all Contacts as CSV files for backup... :frown:
I missed the old fashion cell phones that I don't need to worry about new software update messing up...
I did a stupid move -- after trying everything and still got the error(4), I tried to erase my Yahoo! Address Book Contacts and sync with my iPhone again.
$&!#* After the sync, now all the Contacts in my iPhone disappeared! $&!#*
Hope my stupid move serves a warning to others -- Always...
On 1.0.1, I still have the error(4) message when syncing with Yahoo! Address Book... :frown:
Would anyone have any insights or updates about how to resolve this error?
Thanks a million,
With best regards,