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There's a few icons on the iPhone home that I can't make out.

A few are obvious: SMS, calendar, pictures, stocks widget, google maps, and weather widget, clock (and of course the four on the bottom). That still leaves a few I don't know what they are.

Any suggestions?

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photos, camera, settings, clock. ipod, safari, looks like notes..

I think thats all but 2 of them.

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They seem to be clearly marked, or have I completely missed what you guys are on about?
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yeah at the apple site its really clear there are Text, Calendar, Photo, Camera, Calculator, Stocks, Maps, Weather, Notes, Clock, Settings

http://www.apple.com/iphone/
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I was looking at other images that weren't as clear. Yes that one is very clear and I wish I had used that one.

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gd point guys lol. they are a lot clearer on apples website !
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