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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Moi un Mouton, Mar 15, 2009.
.... and texted to tested. Pfffffttttt!!!
most likely because the proper term is "SMS"
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Lol, probably so!
yeah text isn't a verb
I'm pretty sure it's in the dictionary now If not it will be soon.
I know Auto-Correct is supposed to learn what you type most often, but lately it's been offering really weird suggestions like random acronyms and bunches of letters that make no sense.
Reminds me of the spell checker on Office.
Same here. It's ****ed up!
I wish the U.S. would join the rest of the world and use SMS instead of texting or text messaging. MMS, SMS. Not hard to understand.
I wish we'd use the Metric System, but that ain't gonna happen either.
The U.S. just likes to be special ed like that....
But it's so much more fun having to learn the arbitrary numbers of the English system! 5,280 feet are in a mile. C'mon, that's FUN!
I like how it auomatically capitalises NASCAR
you mean the Imperial system don't you?
I think all the world says texting now You're right, MMS, SMS are not hard to understand, they're just awkward to say.
You soon get fed up saying "I'll ess-emm-ess you" when you can say "I'll text you".
Even the French use the word now......
Here we call it "customary" I don't think I've ever heard an American call it the imperial system.
Note: here we call the metric system, the devil's system.
i was in FL the other day at my girlfriend's parent's house and i was trying to give directions on my iPhone to someone and was trying to type
all i could get was Nova Raven.
so i went back to fix Raven to Raton and then fixed nova to Boca but i spaced in between the two and it auto corrected without showing the little pop up.
this happened 2 or 3 times haha it was pretty frustrating.
one of the only times Auto Correct posed a problem
I would bet that is because most Americans have no idea what it is called. They (err, "we") would likely call it "the American system."
Would you really say SMS instead of texting? Or would you say SMSing?
its becoming one
SMSing looks like PMSing, which is bad news.