I got an iPhone this month, and it surpassed my high expectations. It’s amazing.
My 3GS model is 16 GB and weighs 4.8 ounces. That means that the little phone I keep in my pocket holds eight times as much space as the laptop I used from college through my first PhD (1998–2006).
If you have an iPhone (or iPod Touch), these resources may help you use the tool more efficiently.
1. iPhone Apps
Here’s a screen-shot of my apps as they appear iTunes (click on the image to enlarge):
- Cf. Phil Gons’s list of the main iPhone apps that he uses on his iPod Touch.
- My favorite apps include Logos Bible Software (more info), Google Mobile App, Dragon Dictation, Red Laser ($1.99), Dropbox, and Mint.com Personal Finance.
- There are many other useful apps that I’ve chosen not to use for various reasons (e.g., PIM, news, sports).
Here are some practices I’ve found to be helpful: