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Thus far, the justification for getting the iPhone is warranted.
Originally Posted by thecondor33
Like you, I use Evernote quite a bit and it works quite well on the iPhone. I also use Instapaper a lot.
I also use Evernote quite a bit, and I know they have an iPhone app so I'd be good there.
I have 5 different email accounts configured with my iPhone and 3 of them are set to push and I receive them almost instantly after the sender sends them to me. The reason I say "almost instantly" is for two reason: My Wi-Fi only iPad 2 always receives the messages before my iPhone by a second or two and because it is probably a second or two slower than a Blackberry. Seriously though, what's a second or two in regard to receiving email?
How do you like the email on the iPhone? Do they push through pretty quickly, or does it lag behind your inbox?
The iPhone 4S is a solidly built and fast device and believe me, I am a real Blackberry fanboy and I was apprehensive when I opted to forgo my beloved Blackberry Bold 9000 for the iPhone 3G a few years back. I found that the transition wasn't as bad as I had anticipated. Although I went back to Blackberry a couple of months later, it wasn't because the iPhone lacked. It was because I missed my Blackberry device at that time. Now that I have the 4S, I have no desire to change devices or platform and as I've stated on several occasions, if the upcoming iPhone doesn't impress me, I will have no problems holding on the my beloved 4S and I mean that. Anyway, I hope I was helpful to you. Take care and have a great day.
I have a lot of experience with iOS as I use an iPod touch, but have never used an iPhone as my daily driver. As far as speed I know it would be faster than my 9800, and would probably be on par with the 9900.