Posted on 16 March 2009 by Alison Spong
Facebook Connect web platform has been extended to iPhone apps. Through Facebook Connect, you are able to access your facebook contacts through iPhone apps supported by it.
Posted on 02 December 2008 by Shawn Brown
RussianiPhone.ru is currently claiming that they have managed to get their mitts on a pre-release of the upcoming iPhone firmware 2.2.1 beta. This update is rumored to hold the long awaited push notification service and synchronization for your notes.
There is no real indication as to if this is even real or not. Creating a false picture of the iPhone interface ... continued »
Posted on 12 September 2008 by Chris Davies
Apple have released iPhone firmware v2.1, announced by Steve Jobs earlier this week and the company's promised cure for dropped calls, poor battery life and slow iTunes backups. According to the update details, it also includes improved email reliability for both POP and Exchange users, faster third-party application installs, improved SMS performance and speedier contacts searching.
There's also a re-fettled 3G signal ... continued »
Posted on 10 August 2008 by Brenda Stokes
A lot of iPhone news this week, folks, so let's jump right in. First up, the App Store was repeatedly in focus as various apps were pulled. Box Office, the app that let you check movies times from your iPhone was pulled, then the ridiculous I Am Rich app was yanked. The beloved PhoneSaber was also pulled, but only in ... continued »
Posted on 04 August 2008 by Vincent Nguyen
It blows me away that the slightest fix on the iPhone yields huge results. In my unscientific side by side speed test to see which version will load SlashGear and iPhone Buzz faster on WiFi and 3G, the result on WiFi isn't that big of a deal, but on 3G - iPhone 2.01 blew 2.0 out of the water!
Posted on 28 July 2008 by Brenda Stokes
There's a big difference between the first gen iPhone and the iPhone 3G. Apple is moving forward with firmware updates much quicker this time around. In fact, the 3G 2.1 firmware is already being offered to developers for beta testing.
Initial talk is showing that the main focus of the updates will revolve around the GPS. Specifically, Core Location features ... continued »
Posted on 11 July 2008 by Chris Davies
Cast aside all doubts: the iPhone Dev Team have released a video demonstrating them unlocking and Jailbreaking the iPhone 2.0 firmware with their new PwnageTool 2.0.
"We’ve added lots of new features, including 2.0 support, spotlight file indexing of .ipsws, canned websearches, installer custom configuration, custom root partitions and various other things that you’ll see on the release" iPhone Dev Team
Posted on 28 May 2008 by ashoperon
Yet another update to the iPhone firmware 2.0 and the SDK have leaked out. The new firmware has been dubbed 5a308. This build was released today, along with a fresh build of the SDK. The new SDK is 1221.8MB, so it is a little bigger than the last release, which was the fifth such release. It is not known yet ... continued »
Posted on 21 May 2008 by ashoperon
Windows users have practically been given the cold shoulder when it comes to Pwning their iPhone. The WinPwn project launched to try and help out, by porting the Pwnage tool to Windows, which up until now has been a Mac only affair. The beta for WinPwn launched last month, with a final version promised in the next few days.
Posted on 08 May 2008 by ashoperon
More information has been revealed about the latest iPhone firmware and SDK build. The latest build is called 5a274D. The new firmware was released on Tuesday, no warning was given, and it has taken a while for details to pour in. We finally have them though, and it seems there has been some significant changes to the build.
Posted on 27 April 2008 by ashoperon
Unless you have been living under a rock the last few months, then you know that the 3G iPhone is one of the single hottest news items being discussed right now. This week is no different. One rumor of it may offer a little light at the end of the tunnel though. The 3G version of the BlackBerry has been ... continued »
Posted on 22 April 2008 by ashoperon
While poking around the the iPhone 2.0 firmware Vincent got a hold of, he noticed not only can you save images directly from Safari, but you can save images from email attachments. The saving of images from an email attachment works much like it does when you save an image from Safari. Video of it in action after the jump.