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Old 08-21-2008, 06:39 PM   #10 (permalink)
MisterEd
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I have everything on and get a solid full day of use which includes lots (hundred's) of email, 45-60 mins talk, some games and/or watching a movie at lunch, music on break time ...... have had no 3G drops (which might be because everywhere I work/travel is solid 3G.). If my Curve had the screen size the iPhone has I'd be as happy as a pig in sh.., er, the mud. It's (no pun intended) Apples and Oranges. 2 different devices with 2 different "directions."

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Originally Posted by NJBlackBerry View Post
Juwaack - you should follow Apple's suggestion (about battery life) and these problems go away:

- turn off 3G
- turn off WiFi
- turn off Location Based Services
- turn off Push e-mail

That will solve any 3G phone problems.

So says Apple. Where are all the fanboys when this stuff happens?
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