Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Resources iTunes to transfer information between your iPhone and computer

Introduction
How to activate an iPhone, setup an iPhone or buy a iPhone? The Apple iPhone is the very hottest technology item on the market today. Read on to get information of how to setup your new iPhone and to read the most frequently asked questions about iPhone’s.

Instructions
Difficulty: Easy
Things You'll Need
An iPhone
A PC or Mac/Apple personal computer
Wireless telephone service
Steps
 
Step 1
Q. Where can I buy iPhone?
A. iPhone is available at AT&T stores, Apple stores and online at apple.com.

Step 2
Q. How much does iPhone cost?
A. There are currently two versions of iPhone available. $499 for the 4GB model and $599 for the 8 GB model. Both prices require a 2-year service agreement.
 
Step 3
Q. Is iPhone eligible for Wireless Phone Insurance?
A. No. iPhone is ineligible for the Wireless Phone Insurance program offered to AT&T customers. iPhone is covered by the Apple Warranty. If you have Wireless Phone Insurance from AT&T, it will be removed from your line of service.
 
Step 4
Q. Are business customers eligible for discounts?
A. No. iPhone service is available only to consumer accounts. iPhone and associated wireless service are not eligible for corporate discounts.
 
Step 5
Q. Will the person whose account it will be under need to be present to purchase? Or is the contract signed online at the same time that the iPhone is activated?
A. iPhone can be purchased as a gift for someone else. The contract is handled during the activation process via iTunes.
 
Step 6
Q. Does iPhone work out of the box?
A. No. iPhone must be activated before it can be used. iPhone includes a pre-installed SIM card for your convenience.

Overall Tips & Warnings
* Follow all the directions and call your cell phone provider for officially assistances.
* Do not buy an iPhone from an unauthorized dealer. Saving a few dollars is not worth the problems that you could cause yourself.
by John Huguley

1 comment:

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