Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
It depends on where you start. The iPhone is designed to be an integrated device so the "player" may be used for any number of functions in Mail. Safari, or phone. For example, if you are listening to music and you get a call, the music automatically goes on pause until the call is over. There is no shortcut or hot button to go direct to music other than the "Apps" button at the bottom and even then, the iPod function remembers where you were before and goes there rather than starting from the beginning. You can't think of the iPhone like a PC running applications: it is totally different by design.
Posted on Jul 06, 2007
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