The iPhone 3G survival guide

Unfortunately, the copy of the survival guide we've secured is written in a foreign tongue. (Klingon? Vogon?)

Crave UK

Ah, the Interwebs. Via the magic of e-mail from a secret source in parts foreign we've got our mitts on a copy of a iPhone 3G survival guide--which will no doubt be standard issue with every iPhone 3G sold in, you know, Asia or somewhere.

Unfortunately, the copy of the survival guide we've secured is written in a foreign tongue (Klingon? Vogon?), but thanks to a nifty online tool, we've been able to translate it and reveal its important tips. We can't, of course, guarantee that all the translations are perfect, but we hope you'll get the gist of it. From the looks of it, being an iPhone 3G owner may present some unique challenges... See for yourself here.

(Source: Crave UK)

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