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    Logging in WHM or WHMCS with iPhone 4?

    Hello,

    I was wondering if its possible and safe to log in securely to whmcs or whm from an iPhone 4 using att? I'm considering getting one and wanted to know if this is secure, viable and if anyone is currently doing it.
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    Sure. It won't be any less secure than doing it via your PC. Many business owners do this on a daily basis, specially in hosting.
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    I know that WHMCS have a module for the iphone, I suppose if the connection is secure using SSL, etc then their shouldnt be any problems

    http://www.whmcs.com/iphoneapp.php

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    I do it daily, I just make sure to always connect using SSL.
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    iPhone App for WHMCS looks great, if they have built this app for WHMCS , I hope they may have taken care of security.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JixHost View Post
    Hello,

    I was wondering if its possible and safe to log in securely to whmcs or whm from an iPhone 4 using att? I'm considering getting one and wanted to know if this is secure, viable and if anyone is currently doing it.
    I wouldn't get an iPhone 4. Wait for the next release.

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    There is another app that I saw the other day for whm and iphone : http://cpapp.com/
    looks quite promising.

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    Honestly both the cPanel and WHMCS apps suck! I bought them and never used them again. @Zach there is nothing wrong with the iPhone 4 it's quite elegant and I did not notice too much change from 3GS to 4.0 of the iPhone just a few new extras but meh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparrow-Sean View Post

    iPhone 5 won't be out to the later part of this year or next!
    Today is Apple WWDC 2011 so we'll find out hopefully
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    Personally, I use a HTC Evo / HTC Desire HD.
    The browser easily handles the WHMCS admin interface, so I feel no need to get the app.

    But I can't comment on it. Maybe they will increase the features of it. But given the feedback, for $30.00 it doesn't really seem worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zach Nelson View Post
    I wouldn't get an iPhone 4. Wait for the next release.
    Apple always realease a new product within 6 months of each other. If you buy one, chances are better one will be around within a year. You'll never have the best device unless you want spend 2000+ a year on new devices.

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    Apple always realease a new product within 6 months of each other. If you buy one, chances are better one will be around within a year. You'll never have the best device unless you want spend 2000+ a year on new devices.
    Nothing new for me

    I bought the iPad and heaven behold 3 months later the iPad 2 came out much cheaper than the one I bought originally.... Meh!

    But otherwise regardless they do last quite a while so it can pay off in many ways.
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    @ Sean

    Get a droid.
    I never liked any of the apple's products.

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    I would, not sure I like them though. My sister bought one of them with Optus and it was rather slow, but then again it was cheap at $150.00.

    Apple is good, heaps of products but too many to choose from, so confusing.
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    I love the fact that Android is open-source and there are plenty of modifications available for Android Smartphones.

    Just don't go for any low-end androids as android needs a bit more processing power and RAM than other OS's.

    BTW, SpeedySparrow forum is not opening well with Opera Mini smartphone web browser. Its coming too small and I have to zoom constantly over 10 seconds to get to the normal size everytime.

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