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We all know that the handy user experience of iPhone is one of the selling point. But not so many people do realize that there are several shortcuts, tips and tricks available on the iPhone which able to make life much easier. We believe every single iPhone users would like to know all of the tips and tricks for every feature of iPhone.
The iPhone (or iPod Touch) is a 667MHz computer (albeit one that is only running at 412MHz) with 128MB of RAM and between 4 and 32 GB of flash. For software, it is running a pared down Mac OS X with its standard complement of a FreeBSD-based userland over a Darwin kernel.
If you are reading this then you are obviously interested in jailbreaking or unlocking your iPhone device. Anyone who is interested in having an unlocked iphone has their own individual reasons to unlock it. While there are literally hundreds of different features and benefits to unlocking an iPhone, we will discuss the top three reasons why iphone users decide to hack their iphone.
If you’re getting bored waiting on Google Docs providing a doc editing capability on the iPhone, Mobile Web Docs is another good alternative text editing / notes creation application for the iPhone. With Mobile Web Docs you can create and edit documents on both a regular browser and your iPhone, and you can edit your docs in landscape view on the iPhone as well. This app is pretty much no-frills in terms of the document editing side of things – no real formatting options or any bells and whistles – but it works fine for quick notes on the iPhone or your desktop browser of choice.
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If you’re one of the million people who’ve purchased an iPhone since the end of June, you probably signed up with Apple’s exclusive carrier in the U.S., AT&T, when you activated your phone. That means your iPhone identifies itself to AT&T’s network using an AT&T SIM card, a smart card that’s located in a small tray between your iPhone’s sleep/wake button and its recessed headphone jack.