Can anyone shed some light on this: Everyone I have spoken to that uses an iPhone (That I personally know/see on a daily basis) keeps moaning to me about the fact that they can't have custom ringtones on their iPhone... Now nearly all of these people have a Windows laptop so maybe I can see their point and I remember reading that you can buy ringtones from the iTunes store. I just figured there was no software to allow you to create ringtones on the iPhone (I haven't looked around but I would be very surprised if you couldn't find the software somewhere). Anyway what made this even stranger is that some of my Mac friends started saying this to me as well, there was no way they could create a custom ringtone. At this point I brushed it off as inexperience as I only really have 2 friends that have an in-depth knowledge of Mac and what it can really do. So I explained (and showed actually) to them how they could import a song from iTunes into GarageBand, and place a loop around the section they want to be their ringtone and export it to iTunes as a ringtone. Simple. Having just started to read cover to cover MacFormat Issue 207 (May) which is normally my holy grail for anything Mac (As well as MacRumors of course) I read the following paragraph (which is on Page 36 if you're interested) Now this is not true because as I mentioned above, one very easy way around this is just to use GarageBand and export to iTunes (imagine if you will that both these applications are part of one larger package that seemlesly work together, I don't know lets call it iLife...). Furthur to this, you do not have to have use songs purchased from the iTunes store, you can use songs you have imported from CD or just create your own music in GarageBand. I am aware that I seem to be stating the obvious here but am I the only person that doesn't get why so many people are having issues with creating iPhone ringtones? Surely not?