I'm sick and tired of reading iPhone, iPad, iPod articles. Why don't you guys make a separate Apple news website. Most of your readers doesn't care about this company.
The Boss (unregistered)
Then stop reading the articles douche.
(Posts: 1; Member since: 29 Jun 2010)
Was he late posting this?
I think you meant to say punctuation.
(Posts: 321; Member since: 10 Jan 2010)
Lol, no...he mean punctuality.
How about an article, that HTC Evo, has a GPS problem, which cause phone to restart.
(Posts: 316; Member since: 11 Aug 2010)
I use my GPS all the time and it works perfectly. Ive driven ftom los Angeles to Sacramento with it and to Vegas and it works even when i use it at home
(Posts: 178; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)
Kyle we have a fix for that.
I have an apple peel, and a few things you should know. First, of course, your ipod touch must be jailbroken. Here are some of the things I haven't read in the reviews.
1. The mic/earbuds you use to make calls will no longer adjust your volume unless you drill a hole into the case and access the ipod touch's headphone jack.
2. If you plug the headphone mike into that jack via the hole, you have volume control on the ipod touch, but cannot make calls
3. You have to fiddle about to get any sound on the headphones when using the apple peel's jack with earbuds and mic. I works fine with regular earphones without a mic. You really have to fuss with it if you want to hear what is coming over the phone, and often people will hang up by time you get it adjusted
4. You have to add area code to every contact to get SMS's to work.
Bottom line: If you don't use your phone much, and just want a phone option for the ipod touch when you carry it, then it is a fun hobbyist's toy. Not for serious cell phone addicts, or anyone who needs a reliable and easy to use phone daily. Wait until they get the bugs out of it. I am posting this because I wish I had this information before I purchased it, but don't see it discussed anywhere.