Dilbert (2/9/11)

My iPhone is a pretty neat gadget, but it has its limitations. On the plus side, it’s great for listening to music, browsing basic websites, checking e-mail, and checking Facebook. On the negative side, it’s terrible for watching movies, browsing Flash-heavy websites, responding to e-mail, and composing status updates. These last two tasks are particularly difficult thanks to an auto-correct feature that formats the word “iPhone” correctly while changing almost everything else to “ksdjksjdg.” Fortunately, iPhone users can disable this feature by going to Settings / General / Keyboard / Auto-Correction, and switching from “on” to “off.”

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