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    A couple of questions to all iPhone owners

    Does the size of the phone bother you?

    How long did it take to get used to texting?

    Can you listen to music and use other features (such as texting, maps etc) at the same time?

    Thanks in advance!

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    You get used to the size very quickly as you overlook it as the screen is A1.

    Texting is relatively easy to get quick at.

    You can do pretty everything whilst music is playing aprt from make a call as it pauses the music for incoming and outgoing calls.

    ^^^^ What he said

    Can you turn on/off predictive text for texting?

    can you send / receive text messages?

    I don't think you can turn off predictive text but trust me you wouldnt want to. It helps so much, and is easier to use. It anticipates what word you are trying to type but unlike regular phones, doesn't get involved if you type in full (as you have the full qwerty keyboard). Also if you mispell a word slighty it works it out for you, and is pretty much spot on in working out what you meant to type.

    I found the keyboard took a bit of getting used to especially the first time you have a few beers, but find it alot harder, and frustrating now to use my work sony ericsson mobile for texting.

    Original Poster

    Do you think it is worth waiting for a (possible) 3G and GPS iphone in (possibly) June, or bite the bullet now?

    depends...... where and how much you will use the intenet.

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    MinstrelMan;1854485

    depends...... where and how much you will use the intenet.



    London. Mainly at home where I have Wi-Fi, but possibly out and about.

    I'll stick with my old Treo 650. Thanks

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    Some_Bloke;1854973

    I'll stick with my old Treo 650. Thanks



    Hmmm, no thanks!!

    milesy29;1854276

    I don't think you can turn off predictive text but trust me you wouldnt … I don't think you can turn off predictive text but trust me you wouldnt want to. It helps so much, and is easier to use. It anticipates what word you are trying to type but unlike regular phones, doesn't get involved if you type in full (as you have the full qwerty keyboard). Also if you mispell a word slighty it works it out for you, and is pretty much spot on in working out what you meant to type.I found the keyboard took a bit of getting used to especially the first time you have a few beers, but find it alot harder, and frustrating now to use my work sony ericsson mobile for texting.

    Welcome on board Milesy29
    Thanks for taking the time to reply. Was a question for a mate, i'll point him in your direction for more advice if that's ok
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