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post #41 of 159
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Originally Posted by CrunchinJelly View Post

Is this supposed to be clever, Mr Cool Factor?

I have owned countless mobile phones and have not had a problem connecting to my POP e-mail with any. Along comes the iPhone and it won't connect at all.

This is not and end user problem, it's a problem with the way the iPhone handles Mail.

No need to be so hostile.

PM me some info maybe I can help you out. I had problems with optonline, and I fixed it. I posted it to my blog, and have gotten quite a few hits off of it.

What I did was be sure my username and password were entered into the login fields (without the trailing @optonline.net). At home (or the office for that matter) I use optimum, and you do not log in, you must leave those fields blank for outgoing mails. On the iPhone, you must enter them in, and be sure for the outgoing SMTP to use password as authentication. I left SSL off, and use port 587. Then you can send off of any account you wish. Logging in is only necessary for retrieving.

As I said, if you tell me your service we can brainstorm it.
post #42 of 159
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Originally Posted by coolfactor View Post

I think some people expect software updates to be a brain transplant.

Sometimes the problem is not with the device...

I wouldn't be so evil in this case. I find that setting up email can be quite an irritating experience, and I tinker with computers and electronics quite a bit.


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Originally Posted by FriendInMyPants View Post

does NOT fix non-working sleep/wake button

I think that is probably a faulty switch. Software usually can't get around something like that. Exchange it where you bought it. They should have spares on hand for problems like this.


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Originally Posted by thomasfxlt View Post

And you really think Apple puts out useless upgrades?? I'm sure it won't fix everything you expect it to, but I doubt it "isn't any different".

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Originally Posted by mike503 View Post

Do they post changelogs for anything?

It seems like Apple is the only company that doesn't bother to give any detail on what is in the package. For a 250MB (!) download, it sure seems like they could be a bit more descriptive than "bug fixes".
post #43 of 159
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Originally Posted by harrykari View Post

To refute one of the 'fixes': you could drag icons across multiple pages before, although it meant you had to stop at the edge of the next page to get it to flip to the page beyond. I'm hoping it's a little more intuitive now.

I agree, it's a pain the way it is. It's great for a page or two, but dragging an icon across multiple pages and getting the page laid out the way you want is tiresome. A little layout app in iTunes would be cool. Then the icon arrangement would be sync'd
post #44 of 159
I'm 99% sure the most significant "bugfix" in this release is that it makes impossible to install cracked apps. That must be the real reason Apple rushed this update so shortly after 2.0.
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post #45 of 159
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Originally Posted by thomasfxlt View Post

I agree, it's a pain the way it is. It's great for a page or two, but dragging an icon across multiple pages and getting the page laid out the way you want is tiresome. A little layout app in iTunes would be cool. Then the icon arrangement would be sync'd

That would be sweet. Something like exposé, where you see all of your pages at once. On my MBP so you can actually see them. Good idea, t.
post #46 of 159
Wow!

I downloaded the update through iTunes around 4:30PM PDST and spent the last hour or so driving around Portland, OR neighborhoods testing 3G signal strength.

1) Much snappier responses in all apps and areas
- Downloaded YouTubes "Evolution of Dance" in about 12 secs. ( on 3G - not WiFi for all tags to this # in my outline )
- Opened Showtimes and it fully populated in just few seconds (first time I used it)
- Contacts, Bloomberg, games, all open very quickly
- Safari connected to my bank and loaded the home page VERY quickly.
2) 3G Reception is now fairly constant 4 or 5 bars.
3) Ironically, WiFi reception also seems stronger and much faster at both my home and office locations.

I am VERY PLEASED with this "minor bug fixes" update. Geez Louise Apple. Do you have to put the RDF spin on everything?

Either way, color me the happy camper I fully expected to be 3 weeks ago.
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post #47 of 159
Thankfully the lag in contacts is fixed!

I like the comment about wanting more battery life in 3G. LOL. Good luck with that dream! Turn off 3G if you want improved battery life. The 3G chip draws too much power.

For POP email, go to Apple's support forum for the iPhone and they have an email wizard for walking through the steps to set up your POP email account. I gave up on my Road Runner since their outgoing server did not work over Edge. The alternate server (cwmx.com) was slow. I now forward my Road Runner mail to my MobileMe account and my email problems are solved. Both sending and receiving mail on WiFi and Edge is very fast.
post #48 of 159
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Originally Posted by CrunchinJelly View Post

Is this supposed to be clever, Mr Cool Factor?

I have owned countless mobile phones and have not had a problem connecting to my POP e-mail with any. Along comes the iPhone and it won't connect at all.

This is not and end user problem, it's a problem with the way the iPhone handles Mail.

No need to be so hostile.

I also had POP access issues that started with 2.0 with my Yahoo account. Except I had my messages but none would load so I couldn't use them on my iPhone. And frankly and embarrassingly I whined non-stop about it. (I suspect I'm not the only one to do that!)

I spoke to people at the Apple Computer store nearby and like a chorus several said blatently "Delete your pop email accounts and reinstall them!"

Anyhow I did and all problems have vanished and I can read the mail and download it like back in version 1.0.


Which brings me to another point. Yes like many I've been disappointed by the instability of v2.0 and the apps. But it is interesting, as an example, that one GTD-based ToDo program called OmniFocus kept crashing and crashing each time I added more items and then recovered each time so I could return. While another GTD-based ToDo program called Things (I was evaluating both) NEVER crashed!!!

Well OmniFocus got somewhat better with its update as did much other software with theirs and I've noticed that the crashing of my iPhone has dramatically been going down as I stayed with known software and checked user feedback carefully this time for crashing before getting more. To the point now that I rarely have to restart my iPhone while at the beginning of 2.0 I was doing it seemingly all the time. We are talking about an iPhone packed solid with data, photos, music etc and I use it day and night relentlessly in work and play.

The moral from me at least is to carefully choose your apps and don't get any without at least days and days of feedback showing solid performance.
post #49 of 159
Note: this is update 2.0.1 not 2.1 There is probably more fixes to security than anything else but yes it seems faster and some glitches have been fixed. Expect a major upgrade in a month.
This is typical of Apple. They want to pacify us while they work on the bigger issues.

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post #50 of 159
This should have been the release version.
post #51 of 159
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Originally Posted by CrunchinJelly View Post

Still can't get my POP e-mail account to work.

Oh, well.

If you're having trouble SENDING, try putting cwmx.com as the outgoing mail server (that's AT&T's mail server); leave username/pw blank.
post #52 of 159
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Originally Posted by Ireland View Post

Great, waiting for pwnage to catch up.

Still unlocked but I lost Cydia
post #53 of 159
Looking at your phone the wrong way will make the apps want to update. One day my phone decided that all 50 or so apps needed to be updated all at once.
post #54 of 159
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Originally Posted by AppleInsider View Post

Some changes

-You can now drag an app icon across multiple pages in one motion, rather than having to drag it, drop it, pick it up again and drag it over to next page, and repeat.

You could do this in 2.0.
post #55 of 159
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Originally Posted by ghostface147 View Post

This should have been the release version.

Actually, that's your problem, not Apple's. You should have waited to buy the new iPhone (or update the old one) until you got an 'all clear' signal.
post #56 of 159
the geo-location bug with East and west in europe and further east hasn't been resolved!

there's apps that don;t make the mistake, but camera app still writes the wrong data into the EXIF!

camera app doesn't see when you cross the meridian... weird...

i have to manually change the negative to positive value for the longitude... bummer!
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post #57 of 159
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Originally Posted by anantksundaram View Post

Actually, that's your problem, not Apple's. You should have waited to buy the new iPhone (or update the old one) until you got an 'all clear' signal.

APPLE is the one giving the all-clear when they entreat millions of users to download their software. That's why there's such a thing as QC - and why the aforementioned millions of users complain when they find they're part of a large beta testing program.

No offense but I'm old enough to remember when products had to WORK out of the gate - not be a buggy piece of shit that'll be sort of okay after about three or four firmware updates.
post #58 of 159
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Originally Posted by Phlake View Post

I feel obliged to say that in my brief testing, it certainly feels Snappier©.

I would call it a zippy little upgrade
post #59 of 159
I'd say we're fairly likely to hear or even see another update in September when the MacBooks and iPods are announced...
post #60 of 159
A year later, and we still don't have CUT, COPY AND PASTE!!!!! That's a HUGE SHORTCOMING, and thus a perfect point of ridicule for Apple's competitors who say that iPhone is not an Email Device, and is mostly Read Only!

One of the Apple execs stated that CUT, COPY AND PASTE! were not the top priorities... I wonder what planet that guy is on?!

Here is my iPhone WISH LIST, but I'd settle with the top 5 items!!!

* Copy and Paste
* Editing of Documents (Word, Pages, PDF etc.)
* Memo-Notes 2 Way Syncing
* Spotlight Search
* Adobe Flash Support
* Removable Battery
* Card Slot for External Storage
* Wireless Bluetooth (in Ear Headphones, with Noice Cancellation!)
* Video Recording (natively)
* Audio Recording (natively)
* Flash on the Photo Camera
* Skype or some Voice over IP
* Solar Charging
* SMS and Phone Call Log Syncing (natively)
* Voice and Internet at the same time while on 3G, not just on WiFi

Memo-Notes 2 Way Syncing + Spotlight Search is what holding me and my friends from buying iPhone, since we are coming from Palm Treo's and have a ton of Notes and Memos, that we can't sync to iPhone, and even if we could, without Spotlight, or some kind of Search, how would we find those on iPhone?

iPhone is a PLATFORM, PORTABLE COMPUTER -- nice buzz words, but how can anyone call it that without CUT, COPY AND PASTE!?????????

CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW, APPLE????????????: !!!!

Go  Apple!!!

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post #61 of 159
Had horrible results with this update. Had error 1604 6 times . Restored 6 times , each one a failure. Said each time i needed to do a restore. Finally went to Apple help web site and they said to disconnect the iphone , shut it done by holding down top power button and hold down home button while start up . Plug back in and restore . If failure , repeat. When mine failed 1st time it worked on second try . Hope this helps some one if they get deadended trying to restore. It did work but took well over an hour and a half to fix and replace all data . Nice update eventually .
post #62 of 159
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Originally Posted by macologist View Post

* Voice and Internet at the same time while on 3G, not just on WiFi

Uhm....you can already do this. If you're in a 3G zone, you'll be able to access the web while on a call. UMTS/HSPA allows for data/voice on the same frequency, while GSM/EDGE does not.
post #63 of 159
Now it's working a lot closer to the way I think it should have in the first place, but I guess that's over with now. It seems like everything I use is a little snappier, and contacts is far quicker, maybe two or three times quicker from launch to responding to input over the original firmware. There isn't the sluggishness when unlocking, It seemed as if all the motion and animation was mostly a poor way of hiding load times instead of just being slick. Safari's switch between landscape and portrait modes could still be smoother, I see three intermediate frames and then it completes the transition.
post #64 of 159
Bad news, all of my apps have not been working for days nor have I had access to my videos or music. Then, I had everything working again by following the steps of installing a new app and rebooting, then I read on AppleInsider.com that iPhone software 2.0.1 was out and quickly downloaded it. after a 1 hour installation process, I am right back to having none of the applications work, no music or videos, I'm back to square one!

I tried installing three app updates from the iPhone, rebooting each time, no luck. Then I downloaded a new app on the iPhone and rebooted, again, no luck. This all began again after updating to iPhone 2.0.1. I tried de-authorizing my computer and then re-authorizing it. Next, I did a sync and still no luck. Tried downloading another free app on the iPhone, rebooting and still no apps work and no iPod data.

Unfortunately, this software update is no panacea for the woes of us that have this problem. Looks like we will need to wait for iTunes 7.7.2 before we have a true fix.

If you have everything working while reading this, then consider holding off on a sync with iTunes until a reliable fix is in place.

AppleInsider Moderator: Please read some of the threads and posts at:

http://discussions.apple.com/forum.j...D=1278&start=0

It seems that this problem is widespread and could use some visible attention.
post #65 of 159
Much faster all-around. The camera boots up in half the time it used to.

Will try GPS and maps later tonight, and the wife will update later and check the Japanese input (which almost forced her back to her old phone due to its sluggishness and crashes... her phone and mine are different birds; wonder if the language setting has anything to do with it?).


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post #66 of 159
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Originally Posted by justflybob View Post

Wow!

I downloaded the update through iTunes around 4:30PM PDST and spent the last hour or so driving around Portland, OR neighborhoods testing 3G signal strength.

1) Much snappier responses in all apps and areas
- Downloaded YouTubes "Evolution of Dance" in about 12 secs. ( on 3G - not WiFi for all tags to this # in my outline )
- Opened Showtimes and it fully populated in just few seconds (first time I used it)
- Contacts, Bloomberg, games, all open very quickly
- Safari connected to my bank and loaded the home page VERY quickly.
2) 3G Reception is now fairly constant 4 or 5 bars.
3) Ironically, WiFi reception also seems stronger and much faster at both my home and office locations.

I am VERY PLEASED with this "minor bug fixes" update. Geez Louise Apple. Do you have to put the RDF spin on everything?

Either way, color me the happy camper I fully expected to be 3 weeks ago.

I hope 3g is better in PDX. I've been pissed at how lousy it is. Sprint's 3g is vastly superior, and this is coming from someone who thought they'd never try Sprint...
post #67 of 159
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Originally Posted by pmonahan View Post

Bad news, all of my apps have not been working for days nor have I had access to my videos or music. Then, I had everything working again by following the steps of installing a new app and rebooting, then I read on AppleInsider.com that iPhone software 2.0.1 was out and quickly downloaded it. after a 1 hour installation process, I am right back to having none of the applications work, no music or videos, I'm back to square one!

I tried installing three app updates from the iPhone, rebooting each time, no luck. Then I downloaded a new app on the iPhone and rebooted, again, no luck. This all began again after updating to iPhone 2.0.1. I tried de-authorizing my computer and then re-authorizing it. Next, I did a sync and still no luck. Tried downloading another free app on the iPhone, rebooting and still no apps work and no iPod data.

Unfortunately, this software update is no panacea for the woes of us that have this problem. Looks like we will need to wait for iTunes 7.7.2 before we have a true fix.

If you have everything working while reading this, then consider holding off on a sync with iTunes until a reliable fix is in place.

AppleInsider Moderator: Please read some of the threads and posts at:

t

It seems that this problem is widespread and could use some visible attention.

Yes, oh so massive, you're looking at threads with generally less than a dozen comments (and generally the same handful of people). I love how people try to use places like this, or Apple Support as evidence of the "massive" problems.


I seem to be lucky, out of 2 iMacs, 3 Macbooks, 1 Macbook Air and countless iPods in my house alone (girlfriend's, roommate's and mine), the only problem we've had was the known G5 iMac power supply for my girlfriend, and my first iPod Touch had some dead pixels. All of which were fixed free and rather quickly.
post #68 of 159
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Originally Posted by macologist View Post

* Copy and Paste
* Editing of Documents (Word, Pages, PDF etc.)
* Memo-Notes 2 Way Syncing
* Spotlight Search
* Adobe Flash Support
* Removable Battery
* Card Slot for External Storage
* Wireless Bluetooth (in Ear Headphones, with Noice Cancellation!)
* Video Recording (natively)
* Audio Recording (natively)
* Flash on the Photo Camera
* Skype or some Voice over IP
* Solar Charging
* SMS and Phone Call Log Syncing (natively)
* Voice and Internet at the same time while on 3G, not just on WiFi

1) Cut And Paste - I am sure apple is working on an API
2) Editing Document's - I am sure Microsoft will help there.... just be glad you can read them for now.
3) Memo's - Yea.. Not sure if/when
4) Spotlight search - What's that?
5) Flash - From last I heard adobe says yes.. Apple says "wait a minute"
6) Removeable Battery - LMAO!!! When has apple ever had a removable battery in any Ipod product?
7) Card Slot for External Storage - Apple won't do this.. promotes illegal music sharing. Thank you RIAA
8) Wireless Bluetooth (in Ear Headphones, with Noice Cancellation!) - Could be coming with an updated API
9) Video Recording (natively) - I wish too
10) Audio Recording (natively) - They have an App..
11) Flash on the Photo Camera - Hardware request issue or possibly a dongle. that's a good idea.
12) Skype or some Voice over IP - I bet AT&T won't let them, hopefully At&T will release something.
13) Solar Charging - Apple wont' have anything like that.. Look for 3rd patry.. I am sure there is SOMETHING out there.
14) SMS and Phone Call Log Syncing (natively) - Yea.. not sure how that is going to happen.
15) Voice and Internet at the same time while on 3G, not just on WiFi - This already happens.. Try again. Mind you EDGE is NOT 3G!

I would be happy with just MMS.
post #69 of 159
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1) 4) Spotlight search - What's that?
12) Skype or some Voice over IP - I bet AT&T won't let them, hopefully At&T will release something.
13) Solar Charging - Apple wont' have anything like that.. Look for 3rd patry.. I am sure there is SOMETHING out there.
15) Voice and Internet at the same time while on 3G, not just on WiFi - This already happens.. Try again. Mind you EDGE is NOT 3G!

4) fast system-wide search, like we have on our Macs. I want to search my calendar. My notes. My email. On my iPhone. But I can't.

12) They will allow VOIP over wi-fi and there's already at least one (official) app for it.

13) www.solio.com

15) yeah, that's one of the reasons I skipped EDGE. And the GSM buzz. Simultaneous data/voice on 3G and no horrific speaker buzz every time it connects to the net.



I'd like to see an LED on the iPhone. To let me know when I have a message waiting, or a missed text, or whatever. My Treo had that and it made things much more comfortable. My iPhone isn needy and I always find myself turning it on to see if I have a message. That's bad UI. An external LED makes more sense. Maybe the home button can glow/pulse/breathe, like my MacBook Pro does.
post #70 of 159
I've updated to 2.0.1 and all seems well.

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Originally Posted by AppleInsider View Post

-You can now drag an app icon across multiple pages in one motion, rather than having to drag it, drop it, pick it up again and drag it over to next page, and repeat.

I notice nothing at all different in this regard, from 2.0 to 2.0.1. It's still annoying and difficult to drag apps across multiple pages. I'm not experiencing this "fluid motion." I still need to drag, drop, pick it up again, drag some more..
post #71 of 159
I have both imap and pop mail accounts on my iPhone. I have always gotten them to work. Sometimes imap is a bit slow to start collecting, but they ultimately come through.
post #72 of 159
As most have said, I have noticed that the phone moves around quicker and the lags are much less but not completely solved....that is fine

I did a few text messages and emails and barely had any lag as I kept going and it worked fine for both

Thank goodness, it was BAD for me before....
post #73 of 159
This update rocks!
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post #74 of 159
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I hope 3g is better in PDX. I've been pissed at how lousy it is. Sprint's 3g is vastly superior, and this is coming from someone who thought they'd never try Sprint...

Yeah, I hear ya. I gave Sprint a try back in the early 00's and had to kick them to the curb due to dropped calls. Never gave them another try.

Good 3G reception is clearly a game-changer though. Easy to see why AT&T wanted an iron-clad agreement for a few years with Apple.

I do hope it gets better for you. It is a marvelous phone and handheld computer if you can get decent reception.
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post #75 of 159
I am bothered by how buggy the app store is. Whenever I check for updates it wants to download four copies of AIM, two copies of the NYT app, three copies of phonesaber, etc. How are we supposed to trust our credit cards to this service?
post #76 of 159
My 16GB 3G is just as laggy as ever. Re-orientation of the screen in Safari still happens a second after turning the screen. Why must it take nearly 3 seconds to open 'Settings' or the 'Clock' app??? Other apps are just as slow. I might understand if I had a huge amount of data, but don't.

I've never owned a device as slow as this for general app navigation. It truly feels almost unusable to me - and that's after using a Sidekick II for 3 years waiting for this to come along
post #77 of 159
One of the big reasons I use Cell phones, is Bluetooth. With 2.0, Apple has broken it
so badly it is sad. I Own a 2007 Jeep Cherokee, and UConnect still doesn't work. This is after the iPhone 2.0.1 update. I deleted the iPhone, and tried to re-pair it. Same thing, It Re-Pair'd. but no luck on using it.
post #78 of 159
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Originally Posted by AppleInsider View Post

Apple on Monday evening released iPhone 2.0.1 Software Update, the first maintenance and security update for iPhone 3Gs and first-generation iPhones running iPhone Software 2.0.

And hot damn, does it make the iPhone SO much easier and more fun to use. Now, add the new features in 2.1, and no one will be bitching and moaning about how the iPhone "doesn't live up to their expectations". Oh, I cannot wait...

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post #79 of 159
I was getting 0 to 1 bars in my house.. now it's a constant 5. I was making calls just fine before so I can't say that they actually improved the reception and didn't just change the bar icon to show more bars.

Damn Apple though!! I just bought a $250 signal booster that I totally don't need anymore!!!
post #80 of 159
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A year later, and we still don't have CUT, COPY AND PASTE!!!!! That's a HUGE SHORTCOMING, and thus a perfect point of ridicule for Apple's competitors who say that iPhone is not an Email Device, and is mostly Read Only!

One of the Apple execs stated that CUT, COPY AND PASTE! were not the top priorities... I wonder what planet that guy is on?!

Here is my iPhone WISH LIST, but I'd settle with the top 5 items!!!

* Copy and Paste
* Editing of Documents (Word, Pages, PDF etc.)
* Memo-Notes 2 Way Syncing
* Spotlight Search
* Adobe Flash Support
* Removable Battery
* Card Slot for External Storage
* Wireless Bluetooth (in Ear Headphones, with Noice Cancellation!)
* Video Recording (natively)
* Audio Recording (natively)
* Flash on the Photo Camera
* Skype or some Voice over IP
* Solar Charging
* SMS and Phone Call Log Syncing (natively)
* Voice and Internet at the same time while on 3G, not just on WiFi

Memo-Notes 2 Way Syncing + Spotlight Search is what holding me and my friends from buying iPhone, since we are coming from Palm Treo's and have a ton of Notes and Memos, that we can't sync to iPhone, and even if we could, without Spotlight, or some kind of Search, how would we find those on iPhone?

iPhone is a PLATFORM, PORTABLE COMPUTER -- nice buzz words, but how can anyone call it that without CUT, COPY AND PASTE!?????????

CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW, APPLE????????????: !!!!

You need to chill. This is not a hate forum. Write these feedbacks to Apple, not here. All the things you stated are of a non-importance to user. Solar Charging? WTF? You want Razor with that too?
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