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Forums: iPhone e-tickets, questions answered

updated 01:00 pm EDT, Wed July 23, 2008

Forums iPhone e-tickets

Forum roundup: MacNN forum goers discuss the possibility of using an iPhone to show e-tickets at the airport instead of a print out of one, some users claim that they have used their iPhones for similar purposes at movies and sporting events, other users claim to have used e-tickets on a Blackberry with no issues at all. Slow speeds, bugs and crashing with the iPhone firmware upgrade version 2.0 are discussed in this thread where users feel that the new upgrade was not ready for the launch.

Some forum members say they have seen enough iPhone news on MacNN and jokingly suggest that the site be called iPhoneNN instead. Dedicated MacNNer forumhound finds help and advice on the best way to transfer the contents of a dead MacBook Pro to a new iMac. One Fresh Faced Recruit is trying to sell a few MacBooks that have been through an interesting scenario and looks for advice on how to restore erased serial numbers.

MacNN lounge members today are discussing a rather unusual topic, beards, and the maintenance of them as well as the health of Apple CEO Steve Jobs. "What's the scoop with DealNN?" is the question posed by MacosNerd, an answer has yet to be found.




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