Can an iPhone just be used as an iPod?
I'll be traveling to another country where I won't be able to use my phone, which is fine. But I'd like to be able to use my phone as an iPod. Airplane mode turns off the wifi, so I don't want to use that, but I don't want roaming charges. Any suggestions?
Yup. Just head over to cellular data, and turn off data.
If you are worried about calls and text charges, then just remove the SIM card from the phone.
Another option is to just put the phone in the airplane mode while you are out of the country. You can watch videos, listen to music, but no phone calls, texts, or data. Apps that don't require the internet will work fine, those that do, won't.
I'd concidered this, but I want to be able to pick up wifi so we can do things like pull into a McDonald's long enough for me to mapquest directions or something
I'm not sure, but you may be able to still pick up WiFi. Southwest has WiFi on some planes but you can't get calls, data, and text over the 4G (phone) network. Check it out in the US first. Other countries may not have free WiFi in McDonalds.
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