And these people don’t sound like they want to pay for anything. These people create the impression that they think things should be given to them. (interruption) I haven’t activated it yet. I got my iPhone today. (interruption) No, my master computer is the one at home. I can’t activate it on this one. I could give it a shot with the wireless but I had to do show prep today. I didn’t have time to take off… (interruption) I had one problem with iCloud but it was a computer problem. It wasn’t an iCloud problem. I had to reboot my computer in order to get all of the mail to sync, but I had no problem. Everything — on, what was it, Wednesday? — went smooth as silk. But I must be honest; I had a couple things in advance of Wednesday. Basically all I had to do Wednesday was iCloud, and it’s a (snapping fingers) snap, and it works exactly as advertised. Simply amazing. The piece de resistance, of course, will be this afternoon when I activate the new iPhone 4S. I have it sitting right there. Hee-hee-hee. It’s in the sack. I opened the box; I looked at it and compared it to the 4. It’s identical. The only thing different is that the three buttons (the mute button and the volume buttons) are a little lower, but it’s not enough of a difference to make my case (you know, my Mophie) obsolete.
So I don’t have to buy any new accessories for it.

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