Our iPhones came yesterday. I have only had about 6 hours with it so I am far from having everything set up. I must say that I love the phone itself. I am working on the apps, mail, etc... As I mentioned before the biggest issue for me is making sure I can get my GMail and use the Google calendar. I already have both of those working well so I feel better. The next step is getting my work email set up. I was using Touchdown for Android on my Droid and that was great. Hopefully that will go as smoothly as the Google set up.
I am still looking for the right case/screen protector. I want something that will not be a pain if I want to use the iHome or something like that, but I also don't want to drop the phone one time and break it. I will keep checking the forums and reading reviews. Any suggestions are appreciated..
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