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    Quote Originally Posted by T3kNi9e View Post
    Brownies, then you are the perfect person to answer the questions I have >.<

    I feel like one of those people who go into the 360 forums asking about the console and Wii gamers come in there trying to "inform" me on the 360 when they don't even own the console and they give false info.

    No offense to people but who actually owns their own iPhone can actually test stuff?

    I need answers from personal experience not what you heard, guess or simply think you know. If not then I guess i'm gonna have to find a iPhone orientated forum.
    Oh don't be daft. Anybody fluent with the iPod touch operating system, would be fluent with the iPhone OS.

    If you really don't trust logic, why not just go and speak to an apple genius?
    Enoch was right.

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    iPhone and iTouch OS are damn near the same, but the questions I have asked would require personal experience with an iPhone or just simply having the knowledge from maybe a friend. But in my experience many people who "have a friend who owns it" tend to still not know what they're talking about. I'm not talking specifically about this thread but about anything in general.

    Even if you have had an iTouch for the last 6 months, there is no way you would know if you could still use iPhone without service, how easy it is to use free WiFi instead of 3G network (you get charged for this), if you are charged for activation even if you already have a contract, or if iPhone is alot slower than iTouch unless of course you have direct experience with it.

    Hell, if all you had to do was use an iTouch to know these things then I would know the answer myself as I am already fluent with the iTouch OS, but an iPhone still isn't an iTouch and there are many technical things involved. Hell from what I have read you used to only be able to use you iPhone if you had a service (that includes music). Apparently this was changed on the 3G version, but unless you own an iPhone yourself, or were able to find a credible source you wouldn't know this.

    SO! All I want to know is the following:

    Can you still use the WiFi service to connect to a wireless router for free online service without being charged?

    Do I need to pay some kind of activation fee for the iPhone despite me already having a contract with AT&T?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by T3kNi9e View Post
    iPhone and iTouch OS are damn near the same, but the questions I have asked would require personal experience with an iPhone or just simply having the knowledge from maybe a friend. But in my experience many people who "have a friend who owns it" tend to still not know what they're talking about. I'm not talking specifically about this thread but about anything in general.

    Even if you have had an iTouch for the last 6 months, there is no way you would know if you could still use iPhone without service, how easy it is to use free WiFi instead of 3G network (you get charged for this), if you are charged for activation even if you already have a contract, or if iPhone is alot slower than iTouch unless of course you have direct experience with it.

    Hell, if all you had to do was use an iTouch to know these things then I would know the answer myself as I am already fluent with the iTouch OS, but an iPhone still isn't an iTouch and there are many technical things involved. Hell from what I have read you used to only be able to use you iPhone if you had a service (that includes music). Apparently this was changed on the 3G version, but unless you own an iPhone yourself, or were able to find a credible source you wouldn't know this.

    SO! All I want to know is the following:

    Can you still use the WiFi service to connect to a wireless router for free online service without being charged?

    Do I need to pay some kind of activation fee for the iPhone despite me already having a contract with AT&T?!
    Of course you bloomin' well can - but I doubt you'll listen to me because I'm obviously an invalid. Sarcasm.


    And there is way of knowing how to use an iPhone, having not owned one.
    See, I'm interested in buying one myself, I know several people with them and I'm often showing them how to use it.
    People who have simply done a little research, unlike your good self, will know the answers to these questions.

    If you're not finding the answers here, or don't want to believe people on this forum, then go find an iPhone forum or something.
    Enoch was right.

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    Who said I haven't done research?

    I was researching while this forum was up... I simply asked a question to iPhone OWNERS and you are someone who is also only interested in getting one, therefore you are not an owner. I do not doubt you know how to USE one, as I can already use it myself because I know people who have it, but since it was the weekend, and I was extremely hung over I wasn't about to go through the trouble of looking for them.

    I have found out that yes you can use wifi because you can go to the settings and turn wi-fi on which was a more precise answer. You said this yes, but you also said you were only assuming and I needed solid concrete answers as an iPhone is a very expensive buy.

    I also found out that unless you are eligible for an "upgrade" it will cost you $200 extra in price. 2nd, some have said that if you are not eligible for an upgrade that a 2 year contract is required which is basically no good for me seeing as I already have a contract.

    But my brother told me a friend of his bought one from the street for $100 and was using it, so either he was using someone else service or their is some way to transfer your number to the iPhone, so now it's back to more research.

    So I need to find out if I can simply transfer my number to an iPhone that I buy or if I HAVE to start a new contract.
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