|Jan 14, 2008, 06:39 PM||#2|
and you can only add a picture.. But adding it has to be the first step in the email..
Go to a picture, tap the logo on the bottom left, send in email ...
Creative Commons - because copyright is broken.
|Sep 2, 2008, 04:51 AM||#3|
I know this is an older thread but in case anyone asks the same question I did, and ends up here, I know the 3G (2.0) iPhone can open all Microsoft Office apps, like Word, Excel and even PowerPoint files. I still don't know about .wmv or even QuickTime (.avi or .mpg) files.
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