Posted on 29 July 2008 by Vincent Nguyen
Apple have been especially strict with programmers who want to release 'beta' software to iPhone and iPod Touch users; right now, the company will reject submissions with 'beta' or 'test' style descriptions. However developers must have a way to send out beta or review copies of their apps to beta testers and reviewers. Up until now, the only ... continued »
Posted on 22 July 2008 by Vincent Nguyen
Let me start off by saying that I'm not much of a case user, but after handling Griffin's three cases for the iPhone 3G even I'm impressed with how nice they feel! Think of the elan Form case as a hybrid between hard plastic and leather, while the Nu Form uses hard plastic and rubberized plastic and the Wave case ... continued »
Posted on 14 July 2008 by Chris Scott Barr
I'm a first-time iPhone buyer, which may seem a bit strange for someone like me. Honestly the lack of 3G capabilities and 3rd party applications were a deal breaker for me. I loved the idea that was the iPhone, which is why I ended up purchasing an iPod touch and sticking with my current 3G phone. With those two major ... continued »
Posted on 11 July 2008 by Vincent Nguyen
It seemed like yesterday when I was in guy's shoes at the first iPhone launch. When David Yoo was asked who is the first person he's going to call, he said his mom - to thank her for everything.
Posted on 08 July 2008 by Chris Davies
If the unboxing photos weren't enough for you, the usual trio of pre-release reviews for the iPhone 3G are finally out. Walt Mossberg, Ed Baig and David Pogue have all been playing with Apple's much-anticipated cellphone update, and while there are still areas which fall short of rivals - notably video recording and MMS messaging - the consensus is that ... continued »
Posted on 08 July 2008 by Vincent Nguyen
The days of strolling into an Apple store to snatch up an iPhone without preparation is over; now you need to bring along a credit card, social security number, photo ID, and-for customers new to AT&T- your current wireless account number and password. Don't say I didn't warn ya'.
You can expect the following when you arrive, "a Concierge in an ... continued »
Posted on 01 July 2008 by Chris Scott Barr
With all of the official information finally coming down from AT&T, many of our questions have been answered. Of course, every answer seems to bring up more questions. Thankfully we've been in touch with AT&T PR Representative Brad Mays who has happily answered a few of our burning questions. Hit the jump for a transcript of our Q&A.
Posted on 18 June 2008 by Chris Scott Barr
I had an interesting chat with an AT&T customer service rep yesterday that I thought I would share with you, as you might find the information useful. See, my old phone contract expired shortly after the announcement of the iPhone 3G, so naturally I decided to make the switch to AT&T. However, there is still some dispute as to whether ... continued »
Posted on 09 June 2008 by ashoperon
The time has arrived and WWDC is finally here. There are a ton of last minute rumors that have surfaced, and it is only appropriate we round them all up and present them to you for your reading pleasure. Some of these rumors are look more solid than others, and some seem almost wildly unfounded, stick tight as we go ... continued »
Posted on 24 April 2008 by Vincent Nguyen
Technically speaking, the WildCharge adapter for the iPhone and iPod touch is actually integrated into a high-quality gel case called "Skins", a gel covered product made of Thermoplastic Elastomers (TPE) material. WildCharge wire-free charging technology is located on the back of the case and all you have to do is slip your iPhone or iPod touch into the ... continued »
Posted on 30 March 2008 by Vincent Nguyen
The iPhone Dev Team strikes at Apple's core with the Pwnage tool. The PWN, which is publicaly available later today, Sunday March 30th, allows you to flash custom unsigned firmware onto the iPhone or iPod touch. Not only will PWN properly hack the iPhone and iPod touch, the iPhone Dev Team claims, "any subsequent firmware releases will also be vulnerable to ... continued »
Posted on 16 October 2007 by James Allan Brady
So, some of you read the article that I wrote not to long ago about the PED3 pedestal for the iPhone. In that article I stated that it didn’t look like it was worth the $40 price tag, well, since then I have gotten my hands on one.
My opinion has changed significantly, first, its made in America, second, it looks ... continued »