Macrumors is on a role this weekend…
They have just posted full scans of the At&t iPhone Sales Training Workbook. Since I don’t really want a cease and desist letter form At&t this weekend, I’m just going to link to the scans, which you can find here, but there are a few interesting bits of info that I want to point out…
- Media Net, MobiTV, or Cellular Video are not available on iPhone (that’s a good thing to me, none of At&t’s upselling crap)
- Can have multiple websites open at once and switch between them
- Bookmarks from your web browser (PC or Mac) will sync with Safari on your iPhone
- iPhone users will not be able to conduct IM conversations with instant messaging users (I’ll bet this will eventually change and we’ll get iChat on iPhone…but without VOIP I’m sure)
The more we learn about the iPhone, the more excited I am about it. To me, the fact that my device won’t be riddled with Media Net, MobiTV, and other features I not only don’t want, but that I dispise, adds even more value to the device.
Hopefully WWDC will be exciting enough that we’ll be talking about Leopard next week, and giving the iPhone a rest for a few days before the launch….we’ll see.
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