Can I buy the iPhone 4 without a contract?

Yes, the iPhone 4 can be purchased without a contract. Unsubsidized prices are at a $400 premium without an AT&T Wireless contract.

This puts pricing at $599 for the 16 GB iPhone 4 and $699 for a 32 GB iPhone 4.

Users who aren't eligible for an upgrade may want to purchase the iPhone 4 at full price. Others may prefer the flexibility of no-commitment wireless service that allows for cancellation at any time without the $325 early termination fee.

iPhoneFAQ Most Popular Posts of 2009

The most popular posts of 2009 show that demand for tethering on the AT&T network is strong despite a lack of official support. The following list focuses heavily on Apple's upgrades to the iPhone operating system and issues encountered by some users with firmware 3.1.

As always, there's heavy interest in jailbreaking every new iPhone OS. Another story that made the top 10 was the delay and subsequent launch of MMS in the US.

How can I listen to a Live365 radio station on my iPhone?

There's good news for those of you out there who are fans of Live365 and would like to listen using your iPhone or iPod Touch. An application that will stream audio from Live365 Internet radio stations has officially been submitted to Apple for approval.

live365 independent radio app

The app was planned for release in the third quarter of 2008, however it did not materialize. At the time of this writing, the ball has been in Apple's court for two weeks.

Why won't my iPhone learn curse words? Can I force it to?

Back in the early days of the first generation iPhone, the iPhone was a liberal, open-minded hippie device that would learn any word you threw at it. The iPhone dictionary, like it does for most words now, would adapt to even the filthiest word you could muster after you had turned down its suggested correction 3 times. However, somewhere along the line -- Rupert Murdoch, the Waltons (of Wal-Mart, not TV), or maybe the people who own Blockbuster Video -- got a hold of the iPhone dictionary and blacklisted words they considered offensive.


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