The Unspoken Savings of iPhone

We know about the core features of iPhone (the bottom row of the home screen)—Phone (duh), Mail, Safari (the iPhone’s web browser), and iPod (which handles audio, video, photos, etc.).

But, I’m always finding extra uses for my iPhone. I just wanted to share some of the products I’ll never have to buy, as long as I have my iPhone.

I haven’t taken the time to add up what all that costs, but I’m pretty sure it’d subsidize the phone. :)

2 Comments

  1. On June 24th, 2008 at 10:54 pm Scott McCracken said:

    Until there’s AT&T service in Vermont, I’ll have to sadly wait on the sidelines for the iPhone. I’ve been told I can crack the iPhone to work on unicel’s network, or buy an iPod Touch and just carry another cell phone around with me, but I’m going to hold out hope that us north country folk can catch up to the 21st century soon.

  2. On June 24th, 2008 at 10:59 pm Scott Markwell said:

    $500 Flashlights

    Side Note I do all those tasks except Map, Calendar, and Rolodex on my LG. Google Reader Mobile is surprisingly easy to use.