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Both faithful iPhone users and recent converts can not imagine life without their Apple iPhone. A smartphone and video iPod all rolled in to one sleek unit, both the iPhone 3G, 3GS and iPhone 4G offer standard cell phone and text messaging capability, along with the ability to check email (including PUSH email from Exchange servers), browse the internet, store music and video, access assisted GPS and more.
And, with the addition of a variety of software applications available through iTunes, the iPhone has truly developed into an all-in-one mobile device, offering games, social media networking, office productivity software and much, much more. Whether you need to stay connected to the the office, family or friends – or your favorite Tweeples on Twitter, you can stay connected on the go and on the road with Apple’s iPhone.
If you are new to the iPhone’s many features, you’ll find shortcuts and tips to help you get you up to speed quickly, such as this article on the top 10 secret iPhone keyboard shortcuts. Both beginners and long-time iPhone users will appreciate the many reviews and roundups of the latest apps, like this popular article on the top 10 iPhone apps you shouldn’t live without. Wondering if you should break from Apple? Here are some things you might want to consider before you jailbreak your phone.
Need troubleshooting tips? Such as how to fix a broken iPhone’s touch screen when it won’t respond? You’ve got it! Worried you might drop, break or crack your phone? Here’s a roundup of must-have accessories to protect your iPhone.
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Dial Zero for the iPhone is a consumer’s best friend. Dial Zero allows an iPhone owner to quickly look up how to talk to an actual person at the huge, faceless companies we all deal with on a daily basis. Best of all? It’s free.
If you type on your iPhone as much as I do, you’ll appreciate my top ten list of iPhone keyboard shortcuts.
Have you ever heard a song on the radio that gets stuck in your head over and over again but you can never catch the name and artist, well the Shazam application for the iPhone will solve all your problems.
SplashData’s SplashID iPhone application helps you easily and securely store and retrieve the important information in your life.
Tap Tap Revenge is a mix between Guitar Hero and Dance Dance Revolution, but does it tap out quickly?
For $4.99 you can get the scores of all remaining MLB games for the rest of the season. If that is not enough, all of the scores are real time and come fully equipped with top defensive and offensive plays. This application may sound too good to be true, is it?
The new iPhone service plans do not include any text messaging without an extra monthly or per message fee, but don’t worry because here are 3 free texting alternatives that you can access right on your iPhone.