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iPhone Annoyances List

iPhoneI’ve owned an iPhone since day one, fellow fanboys(girls) know this as June 29th 2007 and since then I’ve come to regard my iPhone as one of the best purchases I’ve ever made. Over the last 547 days, thanks Excel, I’ve used every function on the iPhone as well as experienced a fair share of downloadable applications and I’ve come up with a list of annoyances that should be fixed. I know you’ve probably read plenty of articles pointing out the about lack of flash and cut/copy paste functionality so I wont go there…too late.

No one reads this blog so my list probably wont set off any fires at Apple headquarters but perhaps someone might just steal my ideas post them on a blog that actually matters; isn’t that the American way? So without anymore introduction here is my list in no particular order…

  • Inability to create new folders in the Email program
  • When switching between browser windows in Safari the page automatically reloads. Very annoying when in 3G / Edge mode
  • iPhone does not allow the user to delete or at least hide the standard applications. Do you really need a Camera and a Photo program which are virtually the same program?
  • The date in the calender is always the 28th, can’t it change with the day? Its the little things in life that matter
  • Inability to clear the search history box in Safari
  • I set my email to check every 30 minutes but the iPhone consistently does not alert me to new email until several hours later… hello anyone home?
  • I can not easily back up / edit my YouTube bookmark list. Despite what you think my YouTube car porn videos are important
  • How about coverflow view for my phone contacts? I go through all trouble to take photos for each of my contacts but I have no easy way to show them off to people


2 Responses to “iPhone Annoyances List”

  1. Mike says:

    My calendar icon changes with the day. Have you tried restarting? It’s possible it got stuck.

  2. TheKyle says:

    So the date does change, I hadn’t realized it.

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