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Re: The Lessons of iPhone Mania
Posted by: John Graham 2008-04-15 07:25:17
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"If you're not a reviewer, chances are you won't even bother to look at the manual," wrote Time magazine reviewer Lev Grossman about the Apple iPhone. That's nothing less than a stunning comment about any cell phone, particularly one that brings you phone, camera, Internet, WiFi and, of course, an iPod music player. Unless you are 16 years old or younger, you probably do not use 5 percent of the bells and whistles on your cell phone. You tried when the phone was new, but there was no way you were going to master even one page of the manual. You gave up.

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Posted by: Shelton44 2008-05-15 09:59:26 In reply to: John Graham
Another application for your iphone is the spoofapp but guess what, it’s free. Everyone has different reasons for blocking their ID from others but iphone users have it easier. You just type in the number that you want displayed and you’re off. If you want to have fun and play with it, you can put in a friends number to show up and ‘spoof’ people. Spoofapp is the best new application to hit the iphone this year! Want to catch someone in the act? Record your call. Check it out
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