Did You Get an iPhone 3G for Christmas?

Christmas has come and gone and the New Year is quickly approaching. Many of us probably got the usual items under the tree: socks, ties, underwear, Ferrero Rocher, After Eight, Toblerone, gift cards, a knitted sweater from your grandma or aunt, socks, ties, underwear, iPhone 3G. Err…iPhone 3G? Yes, that’s right!

If you received an iPhone 3G for Christmas, congrats and welcome to the club (if you got an iPhone first gen, congrats too)! As a fresh iPhone newbie, there are few things you might want to know. Here are a few posts that might enlighten you…

Top 5 iPhone Tips & Tricks for Newbies
Top 5 Tricks for Traveling with an iPhone
The Top iPhone Tips and Tricks You Didn’t Know About
How to Take a Screenshot
iPhone Hacking: Vocabulary and Applications Defined
How to Add Shaw/Telus Email to your iPhone
The Top iPhone Optimized Websites
Should I Jailbreak my iPhone 3G?
Rogers Releases New Data Value Packs

You’ll also want to protect your iPhone with a clear case, such as the invisibleSHIELD and also purchase a backup battery solution. Check out my Top iPhone 3G Accessories Holiday Wishlist or check out the Accessories page. Don’t forget to register for the iPhone in Canada Forums!

I hope you will find the above posts helpful. You can always pass this post onto your friends or family if you know of someone who received an iPhone for Christmas–spread the word! 🙂

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