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iPhone won't allow you to set iTunes songs as ringtones

Posted on Wednesday, January 17 2007 @ 01:30:57 CET by


The Germans from MacWelt got some more info out Apple about the upcoming iPhone.

Here's a short list:
  • The mini Mac OS X will be stored alongside your music and other files, this Mac OS X should take up less than 500MB. So you won't be able to store 4GB and 8GB but 'only' 3.5GB and 7.5GB.
  • All iPhone software will need to be approved by Apple first, but we already knew this.
  • However, it's possible that the Safari browser will support Java and Flash.
  • You can't purchase songs from iTunes directly from your iPhone. However, this may become possible in the future.
  • You can't use iTunes songs as ringtones.
  • No VoIP on the iPhone. Probably because Cingular doesn't really like this.




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