Hi all, Brand new to the Mac World, got my iPhone 3GS this past Thursday. I've been lurking through the forums for the past couple of days, largely because I was told recently that the iPhone is the least secure of all smart phones. This came from another iPhone user, who claimed that Apple formally stated that the iPhone is not business phone and therefore should not be used as a business phone. I asked him what "secure" meant, since it's a rather ambiguous term. He couldn't elaborate so I searched around on here. Unfortunately, I couldn't find anything solid regarding what people mean by "not as secure as...", "least secure", etc. All I gathered is that it's possible for someone to install apps on your phone without you knowing, and some people are not comfortable accessing their bank accounts on the iPhone. My questions are: Are apps downloaded from the app store by-and-large safe to use, or can they install malicious programs? How comfortable are you accessing your bank account on the iPhone? If you're not, why? If you are, why? Are you comfortable with your data (contacts, calendar, etc) being synced OTA with the iPhone? If not, why? If you are, why? Thank you all who reply. I'm coming over from the Blackberry side of things, which is in all intents and purposes a business phone. I do plan on using my phone for business purposes, but if the majority of people seem to feel like their data is at risk, I don't think I'd feel comfortable keeping the iPhone beyond the 30-day mark.