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Old Oct 14, 2008, 01:40 PM   #1
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Description:: Speaking as a Mac user, it has been a wonderful month having an iPhone. I used to carry my MacBook Pro laptop everywhere. Now, most often I just spring out the door with the iPhone - only - in my pocket and carry no other hardware at all.

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Old Oct 14, 2008, 02:33 PM   #2
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"I used to carry my MacBook Pro laptop everywhere. Now, most often I just spring out the door with the iPhone"

LOL - where has she been?
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The phone in the picture is also upside down... Maybe that's how they read in New Zealand?
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Old Oct 14, 2008, 03:04 PM   #4
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"I used to carry my MacBook Pro laptop everywhere. Now, most often I just spring out the door with the iPhone"

LOL - where has she been?
Pssst! The chick is a dude!
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Pssst! The chick is a dude!
Oops... lol
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What a scattered article. It's mostly a slam at Vodaphone. The comments below the article were amusing, declaring Windows Mobile and new Nokia phones much more capable. Does any other phone beside the iPhone have MULTI-touch? Many phones have touch screens. Heck, $20 Sharp organizers have that. But how many have multi-touch? That makes all the difference, IMO. It completely changes the way I interact with the device.

But it still can't copy and paste....
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What a scattered article. It's mostly a slam at Vodaphone. The comments below the article were amusing, declaring Windows Mobile and new Nokia phones much more capable. Does any other phone beside the iPhone have MULTI-touch? Many phones have touch screens. Heck, $20 Sharp organizers have that. But how many have multi-touch? That makes all the difference, IMO. It completely changes the way I interact with the device.

But it still can't copy and paste....
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The phone in the picture is also upside down... Maybe that's how they read in New Zealand?
They are in the Southern Hemisphere, so that is why it looks upside down when viewed in the Northern Hemisphere!

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