Posted on 27 January 2009 by Budi Putra
Apple released a software update for its iPhone and iPhone 3G devices. Plug your iPhone into your computer now and clicking on the Check for Update button in iTunes.
Posted on 03 December 2008 by Shawn Brown
Other than your usual SIM card unlock the only place to get an officially unlocked iPhone is through Hong Kong and parts of Europe. Unfortunately for those who spent untold amounts of money to get an unlocked iPhone 3G, your efforts may all go to waste. The new iPhone firmware 2.2 is reportedly re-locking those unlocked iPhones.
Users in the Apple ... continued »
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 30 November 2008 by Shawn Brown
The FCC released detail on a patent that Apple filed regarding a secondary backlight. The backlight would show status updates such as new email, text message or missed calls without having to turn the primary backlight on, thus saving battery life. It looks highly likely that we will see this in the next version of the iPhone.
Telia is the latest ... continued »
Posted on 26 November 2008 by Shawn Brown
With every new firmware version there are bound to be a few bugs here and there. No one was prepared for the issues that users are currently reporting in the iPhone firmware 2.2 update. Some of the more serious issues include the loss of the ability to sync with iTunes, loss in both 3G and Edge signal strength, loss of ... continued »
Posted on 23 November 2008 by Shawn Brown
As promised the iPhone Dev team has delivered the 2.2 firmware jailbreak in the form of the Pwnage tool and Quickpwn for both Mac and Windows machines. This update seems to be the real deal breaker in regards to future unlocks.
Upgrading using iTunes can forever eliminate your chances of ever unlocking you iPhone 3G. The baseband has apparently been changed ... continued »
Posted on 21 November 2008 by Shawn Brown
Apple just dropped the fresh new iPhone firmware 2.2 into iTunes and not a minute too soon. We have been impatiently awaiting launch for days now after reading the rumored date of November 21st. Now we welcome it with open arms.
After the long 246MB download users will be booting their iPhone to new features such as Google Street View and ... continued »
Posted on 16 November 2008 by Shawn Brown
This week we had a chance to review Say Who, the voice dialing application that will search for contacts in your address book or dial numbers for you. We loved how easy and responsive this application was. It worked just about every time.Recent studies done by SquareTrade show that the iPhone is more reliable than the Blackberry handset line. Over ... continued »
Posted on 01 November 2008 by Shawn Brown
One of iPhones more high profile games, EA’s Spore Origins has had no price drop since landing in the App Store. Now those of you who are not quick to drop $9.99 on a mobile game, without even trying it first can have a taste of this game for free.
EA is offering 1 free level in the new Spore Origins ... continued »
Posted on 29 October 2008 by Shawn Brown
More screenshots from the new iPhone firmware 2.2 are surfacing over at MacRumors. First it was Google Street View, then we saw a newly added rating system for applications.
MacRumor member, TUAW posted new screenshots of the firmware, this time it seems to reveal that Apple will allow an over the air Podcast download on the iPod Touch and iPhone. The ... continued »
Posted on 28 October 2008 by Shawn Brown
There seems to be news every day about the newly seeded firmware 2.2 for the iPhone. Yesterday it was the Google’s Street View feature, today it’s the option to rate an application when deleting it.
Recently a Greek Language website, iPhone Hellas, reported that in the new firmware version 2.2 a user is now given an application rating screen when ... continued »
Posted on 27 October 2008 by Shawn Brown
Reports have come in that the newly seeded iPhone firmware 2.2 beta, which was seeded last Friday now includes Google Street View. It is the revolutionary service that allows you to view many locations from a unique point of view.