...and might have to be MADE of finger, as well.
Originally Posted by johncc
I use my side-button for stopping and restarting audio content (podcasts, etc.) when someone unexpectedly starts talking to me while I've got my earbuds in or something. It's nice not to have to turn on the device, navigate to pTunes (or is it Ptunes? doggone iPhone, makin' me fergeet stuff), then stop/start.
I've used my Treo's camera so much, lately, that it sounds like a great idea to use that button for that purpose. Oh well. Gotta choose one or the other. Maybe, at times when I think I'll want to take pix at a moment's notice, I'll remap the button to the camera? I guess that'll do.
People talk about how much it sucks that a device would have (and apparently need) a stylus, but I think they're usually talking about navigation. Styli are also useful for precision, though.
My mapping/gps software requires a bit more precision than my meathooks provide. I'm sure that applies to games and other applications, as well.
I'd like to be able to pop my card out before handing my phone over to a Sprint rep for repair or possible replacement. I don't like the idea that they could just pick up my phone and rifle through my personal files and photos.
But the poster who said, in another thread, that the Pre's set-up might be best for indexing purposes, made an excellent point.