Hey, I am soon to order my iPhone 5 for personal use; at which point I will take the SIM card from my horrible office-provided Blackberry, snip it down to size and put it into my iPhone 4 to use as my office phone - banishing the Blackberry to my drawer! I'd like to clarify the procedure and implications of having a second iPhone to use for work, which I'll use to run all our emails and company's apps (we're a major international publishing company with various apps to demo to consumers, as well as Salesforce for corporate use). Work/Home division is key, so I'll have: Home setup: iMac, Macbook, iPhone 5, iPad Purchases Apple ID: alex...@gmail.com iCloud Apple ID: alex..@iCloud.com Office setup: Windows laptop, iPhone 4 (possibly another iPad here too later) Purchases Apple ID: alex..@PUBLISHINGCOMPANY.com iCloud Apple ID: alex.PUBLISHING COMPANY@iCloud.com Reason for suggesting seperate accounts for my Office setup being that my iPhone 4 will dock with the Windows computer and use completely different apps, so I want to keep it seperate. However, I only have one bank account. Can I set up a new Apple ID with a bank account I'm already using on another? About the only thing in common with these phones, is that I'll load my corporate Outlook on both, deactivating everything except the calendar on the iPhone 5 so that at least I can ensure my home and work calendars don't clash there.. Damn. I just realised that my home calendar is on my iCloud, so I cannot access that on my corporate iPhone 4 because it will have a different Apple ID, owning to the desire to sync bookmarks between my Windows laptop and iPhone 4. Really everything would be simple and seperate if not for wanting both calendars on both phones.. Unless I give up on syncing bookmarks between corporate computer and corporate phone and use my Home iCloud for my corporate phone? If that was the case, could I use one Apple ID iCloud for both home and corporate; keeping completely different apps on each phone? I do hope this makes sense; I'm sure others have tried to do similar!