How can Apple call the iPhone a smartphone if they are going to continuously restrict and censor its usage? After all, they made bluetooth tethering so easy with other mobiles years ago and now won't implement it on their own phone. From the 72k+ views that the NetShare thread has received it is obvious people want (and most expect) tethering. Come on Apple you must have leverage with the mobile providers given the success of the iPhone - get stroppy with them and demand better. Then there are VOIP restrictions. Sure O2 have to make money but 3 managed to offer the Skype phone without going bankrupt - can no similar deals be struck? I run a small business and I'd like ideally to be able to enter the SIP ID for any VOIP provider in order to use the iPhone at home. Then there are email attachments, which FileMagnet say they are working towards. But if there's no tethering, the ability to send documents synced from our laptops and computers should definitely be there. This is not the attitude that will see broad business adoption. At the moment the iPhone is a social tool not a business tool. Must do better.