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Yes, I got an iPhone

I mentioned that it was my birthday and I was hoping to get an iPhone. Well, the stars aligned. I spent some time setting it up last night. Unlike most cell phones, it doesn't use a SIM card. The registration process for your phone service all takes place over Apple's iTunes. Kind of interesting. But as a result, my iPhone is working, but my BlackBerry has network connection right now. I'll fix that this week, but... I'm feeling a bit lost without my BlackBerry, to be honest. Add that to the to-do list.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Aug 14, 2007 at 12:17 PM


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