The launch of Apple iPhone has arisen many questions than it answers. From many questions here are the few which users are apprehensive of it.
First, what email systems does iPhone is equipped of?
Apple iPhone comes with array of popular email standards — IMAP and POP3. Well, it very depends upon the email provider. Moreover, iPhone works with most popular email services, including Google Gmail, AOL, Yahoo! Mail, and .Mac Mail. There is Yahoo! Mail that supports “push” email and can automatically deliver new email messages to your iPhone.
Second, what kind of security features does iPhone offer? That come as a primary concern.
There is options in the phone through which one can protect access to information on your iPhone with a four-digit password. It is worth mentioning, for secure Internet access, iPhone supports industry-standard Wi-Fi security and virtual private networking (VPN).
Third, How do I charge my new iPhone? A very common question.
Just like an iPod, one can charge iPhone charges using the included USB 2.0 cable connected to your computer or to the included USB Power Adapter.
Fourth, can I surf the web on iPhone without a Wi-Fi connection?
The answer to this question is – Yes. When a Wi-Fi connection is not available, you can access the Internet using AT&T’s EDGE data network.
Fifth, What is the procedure that iPhone follows to send and receive email?
Well, iPhone sends and receives email over Wi-Fi and EDGE wireless networks.
Sixth, can I send and receive email from more than one account?
There is no problem with it. You can send and receive email from multiple email accounts on your iPhone.
Seventh, what types of email attachments can I view on iPhone?
iPhone displays most picture attachments from JPEG, GIF, to TIFF in-line with the text in email messages. iPhone can also view PDF, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Excel email attachments.
Can I “unlock” iPhone and use it with another wireless carrier?