The auto-authentication is great, as a regular traveller I often found myself having to negotiate AT&T's stupid "type in your phone number, click on this text message" authentication scheme. On my most recent trip I didn't...
Originally Posted by Tulkas
It is not 'depriving' them of revenue anymore than using a calling card is depriving them of revenue. It is legal and it expected in a competitive market place. Long distance is an area when AT&T...
Originally Posted by teckstud
Fantastic- I hope there is also an indicator when charging that states when the device is full charged.
Along these lines, is there any hope of getting the iPhone to make some sort of audible and...
What's the reasoning behind not supporting MMS on original iPhones? As a decision it seems arbitrary at best, given that my 2 year old phone I owned before I got my original iPhone 2 years ago supported it, its hard to believe that the...
Originally Posted by R. Kevin Hill
Not if you want to use Gmail. I tried it and it didn't work. The only way I can access Gmail in Safari4 is through the crippled version on iGoogle.
Gmail works fine for me in Safari 4.
Originally Posted by saarek
From what I can see the American pricing is a rip off, especially as Americans seem to have to use their minutes when people call them as well as when dialing out (I could be wrong here)