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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by snook911, Jun 30, 2010.
Saw this at a meeting I was at yesterday and couldn't resist. " Nobody puts iPhone on the bottom"
Especially under a fat girl.
But don't you get it? They're tethering the iPhone 4 to the other device (can't tell exactly what it is, BlackBerry perhaps?) so they can make a Skype VoIP call since they can't make calls with the iPhone 4.
Makes perfect sense to me...
To make it even more blunt:
That other phone looks like a old TV remote...
dude that caption sucks
Well, if your gonna stack the phonse, iphone on bottom would seem the most logical, as its flat. Iphone on top would run the risk of falling down, while on bottom its nice and secure. Also the phone on top seems like a nice, cheap, light, plastic phone, so no chance of scratching or crushing the iphone.
As much as I like my iPhone 4 I sure as hell miss my instant push e-mail with my blackberry 9700. It's the only thing that has kept me away from iPhone away for the last few years and only 4 days into my iPhone I'm almost yearning to go back to my berry!
Yup, used to sit my 3G w/ my BB on top all the time.
Luckily w/ iOS4 I can now have 2 Exchange servers on one device, so I leave my work phone @ home!
He's probably worried about his gyroscope moving his phone off the table.
Im not sure if you can but use exchange server or mobile me. I have had great success with exchange and push for the past few years on all my clients phones with all different versions of exchange.
In the blackberry's defense, they're not cheap. They run the same price range as the iPhone roughly.
I know this thread is a goof but it makes sense to have the bigger platform on the bottom ie. the iPhone
Yeah, BB hasn't been the only instant push game in town for many years now. The iPhone started supporting Exchange Active Sync w/ the release of the 3G.