Here's all I'd like to know.
How do I shut down ALL data on my iPhone to ensure that I'm not accidentally connecting when I'm away from wifi?
I can turn off 3G, but that leaves Edge running.
I can go into Airplane mode, then turn wifi back on, but then my phone is off.
2 gripes I have about my iPhone are:
1) Lack of certainty that I'm not actually using wireless (so that I can better control it), and
2) Lack of 'one-click' tools to turn specific features on or off. I shouldn't have to drill down to do simple things like turn bluetooth or wireless on/off.
iPhone v4.0 has this feature, which is one reason why many have expected this change from AT&T. The other being AT&T saying that Unlimited was not likely to remain a constant.
http://quacktacular.net/wp-content/u...4/IMG_0167.jpg (image) I agree with one-click options for certain settings. They offer the 3-press Home Button setup, but it's nothing very useful to most users. I'd like to have an option to put a few settings in a list in an order I choose. At least, have it auto access that particular Settings page without a length "drill down".
PS: A potential "feature" has been found in v4.0. If you take the Lock button thres-times-fast it will make the screen a flashlight. Since it doesn't auto-increase the brightness to full and it doesn't seem to work on all iPhones it may just be a bug.
How do you figure? 1/2 the price for 1/5 the service has no fixed integer for an Unlimited plan.
You can say you will pay 17% less for the new 2GB plan than with the $30/month Unlimited plan, which I am sure most people will fall under.
Have you checked your AT&T usage for the last 6 months? Mine are all under 2GB now that I'm not tethering.