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The best way is to transfer the Calendar and Contacts to Outlook. The iPhone can then be synced with Outlook. Unfortunately, tasks and memos do not transfer. You will need to find other 3rd party apps that are supported on the iPhone and transfer your data to them. Two examples are: 1. Evernote - This is good for memo. You can export your memos and then import them into Evernote. unfortunately, when I did this, it was a bit tricky. I even had to write a little PERL script to create the format that it wanted. 2. RemembertheMilk - this is a todo application
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Technically speaking, you aren't supposed to be able to. if you ask any store rep they will tell you no most likely. but if you talk to customer service after you get the phon…e you may very well be able to get rid of it. plenty of people have. i plan on getting it and trying and if i am successful i will port over my number. you get 30 days and you can get a temporary number so it's a win win situation. another route worth considering is buying the phone and activating it with them past the 30 days, paying the etf and getting a normal plan with a cheap phone and putting the sim in your iPhone. not sure if they can track this but worth a try for sure. others have done it.
If you saved your contacts onto your computer just sync the contacts between your computer and your new phone. If the two iPhones have the same iTunes account, you can use iC…loud to transfer phone numbers from iPhone 2G to iPhone 3G.
you would just have to retype them into the contacts list or plug both phones on for charging into the computer and drag the contacts from one to the other
In Palm Desktop choose Export from the File Menu. The dialog box that comes up has three choices with pull down menus. For "Module" choose Addresses. "Items" inclu…des the addresses you have chosen in your list--you should either clean up your list first or just choose all the addresses and clean them up in Apple's Address Book. For "Format" choose V Card. Decide where you want the file saved and then click Export. Now open Apple's Address Book and under the File Menu choose Import and then V Card. That should import all of your contacts. The names and phone numbers should be fine. The messy part is that if you have made special fields on your Palm contacts, they will probably be placed in the wrong fields in Address Book. That means you might want to spend the time to manually clean them up. Now sync your iPhone and all Palm contacts should now appear.
Well, I'm actually going out to buy the Palm Pre today. I have sprint, so the Pre was the obvious choice. I believe that sprint has better coverage than AT&T, and sprint is th…e one with the better deals on better plans. The iPhone is awesome, and has the advantage since it's older and already has a second, more improved model. They both have great apps and are really fun. The pre probably is the better buisness phone though. I will say that apple has probably made the iPhone have more or better apps, but I still side with the pre.
i would say the iphone 3gs if you can afford the plans, also it depends on the coverage. but both phones are great.
you simply use itunes, your iphone will come up as a device and then you transfer your media
No, that's what the iPod touch is for.
If you just recently got a new iPhone 4, connect it to iTunes and iTunes will identify it as a new phone. If you have previously synced your iPhone 3G with that computer befor…e, then iTunes should give you the option to sync the new iPhone with a backup from your latest iPhone 3G sync. When you do that, your files from your 3G will be transferred to your iPhone 4. Hope that helps :)
Well it depends completely on you! You can either use iTunes/iCloud or to make the process more easy and convenient you can give a try to some third party tool as well like iP…hone to Computer Transfer. Check the related link for more info.
plug your iPod into your computer, click iTunes, then it should put your apps on there. Then plug in your iPhone, and it will automaticilly download.
There are three ways... iCloud (but the 3g does not support it) SIM Card (but both phones must be unlocked) Email - Press the share button on each contact individuall…y and Email it to youself. Then, open you Email on your new iPhone and dowload each contact on it. If you have made backup for contacts for iPhone 4 by using iTunes or iCloud, you can use restore you new iPhone 3G from these backups, but they won't allow you to selectively export contacts from them. Therefore, you can use some tools like AnyTrans to transfer contacts from iPhone to iPhone or from iCloud backup.
Use gmail to back up notes on iPhone 4 (add gmail to your phone in settings ---> mail, contacts, calendars) then add that same account to the 3Gs and set notes to sync and you…'ll have all your notes. You could also just back them up in iTunes from the iPhone 4 then sync the 3Gs
Yes, iPhones use a normal sim card.