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If you use the ‘Sent from my iPhone’ message on emails, you shouldn’t be allowed a phone


It was once a humble cyber brag, 'Sent from my iPhone', and it basically meant: 'I am using an expensive phone to write this email and I'm on the go, please ignore typos, abruptness or lack of punctuation.'

But imagine every phone call ended this way: By the way, this conversation was transmitted by British Telecommunications. It’s not right.

When an email is sent on an iPhone the message 'Sent from my iPhone' is added at the bottom by default.

It’s been bugging people over on Twitter.

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