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Current iPhone Owner - Learn about the 2.0 software update.

Just like myself, I'm excited for iPhone 2.0 software update. So what do we expect for Software version 2.0? Check this out.

Enterprise support?

For Exchange server at work, here's one positive add-on for you. With iPhone Software version 2.0 you can now pull your email from your company Exchange Server via ActiveSync connection. As of writing this article, the ActiveSync is available in Exchange Server version 2003 and 2007.

iPhone users now can access the enterprise resources using Cisco IPSec VPN and wireless network services with WPA2 and 802.1X authentication. The WPA2 is the enhance protocal version for WIFI security a program administer by WIFI Alliance. The WPA2 implements the mandatory element of 802.11i.

Other additional features really matter to business users:
Better email management, mass support of email move and delete. You can organize the groups of messages by moving them to a folders.

Contact search is now available. The software now include a search field to find a name within your contact database. The search extend to Global Address List (GAL) if you configure you iPhone sync with your corporate email exchange server.

iPhone v2.0 with e-mail attachment support using iWork and Microsoft PowerPoint files. I'm not sure with other Microsoft Office software yet!

iPhone v2.0 support additional languages e.g. ofcourse English, French (France), French (canada), Germany, Japanese, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Portugese (Portugal), Portugese (Brazil), Dannish, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish, Korean, Simplied Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Russian and Polish.

Scientific Calculator is cool though I will not use it as compare to the regular calculator. The students that use iPhone will surely benefit upgrading to version 2.0.

Where to get additional software for iPhone, visit

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Troubleshooting your iPhone after you upgrade to v2.0 (from TechCrunch)
1. Hold down power AND home (the round button) until the phone turns off completely. Touch nothing else. Keep holding those buttons.
2. Once you’re in a reboot cycle, let go of power. Hold home down for two minutes.
3. Your iPhone/Touch may freeze with a blank screen. Do not panic or call your lawyer. Connect it to your Mac or PC and see if iTunes detects it in restore mode. Restore to the previous good firmware.
4. If this fails, disconnect from iTunes and repeat these steps. Do not lose patience. Sometimes it doesn’t work the first time. Sometimes it take a few turns to get it.


  1. I have Windows XP and have been having this same problem. To reset the sync history with Window just open i-Tunes; then select "edit" - "preferences." In this window select the "syncing" tab and there you can reset the sync history.

    I did this and was able to sync my contacts and calender with Outlook 2003 without any problem.


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