[BCAB] apple IPhone 3GS questions
agentorange at talktalk.net
Sat Apr 2 16:35:07 BST 2011
There is an external bluetooth keyboard which comes as part of a case which
you slot your iPhone into so the two stay together. It is said to be fairly
robust and works pretty well. I haven't seen it myself, and unfortunately I
can't recall the name right now. However, if you contact the RNIB and speak
to the folks who put on the Phone Watch event, one of them will be able to
tell you about it. Sorry for this not-all-that-helpful email. Good luck.
From: bcab-bounces at lists.bcab.org.uk [mailto:bcab-bounces at lists.bcab.org.uk]
On Behalf Of Joe Paton
Sent: 02 April 2011 16:25
To: BCAB Discussion List
Subject: Re: [BCAB] apple IPhone 3GS questions
You can set up an account through the phone, or, itunes.
If you use the phone, be ware, because each time I submitted the
information, it came back saying "attend to the fields in red." When eyes
were involved, no such message. So I haven't learned what I did wrong.
There are a number of external keyboards, connecting via blue tooth. Iconex
is the only keyboard I have experience with, I like it well enough; Not the
strongest of constructions, but it does the job. I guess if you were going
to write a couple of 3000 word dicitations or esays, that might test the
robustness of the device, but for messaging, address-bar entries, searching
either the web or the phone, it's ideal. It won't break the bank either.
Take a look at play.com, probably the least expensive retailer.
The apple external keyboard, is nicely made, good design, but too big for
what you want.
At 14:51 02/04/2011, you wrote:
>I am not sure if some of the questions below would be better asked on
>an accessible apple IPhone list. If so could someone give me the
>details necessary to subscribe?
>I have 2 questions. Firstly I want to be able to download
>applications. I expect I need to set up an account to do this. Do I
>have to do this through ITunes or can I just set up the account on the web
with my PC?
>Secondly, while sending texts appears to be OK, I may want to connect a
>keyboard. Are there cases that combine a keyboard and are any of them
>any good? I would rather carry everything in one if at all possible.
>Any help with these points much appreciated. So far I have changed
>settings and connected to my wireless router and been able to send and
>receive texts which I am quite happy with since I have only had the phone
less than a day.
>Lots of things still seem a bit slow though.
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