I've now had my iPhone4 for three days, and all i can say is that it exceeded the hype! It's by far the sweetest phone that i've ever owned. My old PC finally died about two weeks ago, and i decided to go kicking and screaming into the 21st century with a 17" MacBook Pro. The iPhone and Mac were made for each other. Everything synced beautifully, and with the addition of Evernote for my memos, i'm rocking in the free world. I have all my music and ringtones in the phone, waiting for the OS that will set them free to be attached to individual contacts, e-mails, and texts. Only glitch that i've encountered is that some of my albums are missing the "art" (no album covers). Maybe somebody can help me with this? Anyway, the iPhone4 does beat the BB for what i use it for, and for ease of operation. The Force is really with me now!
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Also, I've been cruising the forums and I'm really impressed with how helpful the comments are. Great to be here.
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Set Up Your Apple Device for Google Sync : Google Sync - Google Mobile Help
Also, there is an App Store app called "Push for Gmail" that achieves this.
Push for Gmail – Reviews, Utilities, iPhone Apps and Games – 148Apps – iPhone App and Game Reviews and News
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Also for the BB converts remember the iOS interface is alot more graphic than the BB. The use of icons, the browser, apps, games so not only are you using it more but it also is displaying all that which drains the battery faster than you may be used to.
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To all former BB users: You don't miss the physical keyboard, you just think you do. The key is that you need to RESIST THE URGE TO CORRECT while typing! Just type away, even if it appears that you got it all wrong; as soon as you hit space it will all be good.
You really don't need to bullseye the exact letters. As long as you're nearby, it's fine. Try for example typing the following "word": u-o-h-o-b-r, then come back here and tell us what you got after hitting space.