Posted on 06 October 2008 by Brenda Stokes
Web apps is a well known part of the iPhone's system and paves the way for the ability to run applications within the MobileSafari browser. Up until recently, we all thought this meant web-oriented apps required Safari to run. However, with the release of iPhone 2.1, a sneaky new feature rolled out that allows for fullscreen web-app use without launching ... continued »
Posted on 09 September 2008 by Brenda Stokes
Apple's Let's Rock event in San Francisco just came to a close and while the iPod nano was completely refreshed and the touch was tweaked a bit, the iPhone received a firmware update to 2.1.
This firmware was called a "big update" because it addresses several of the issues users have been experiencing. Big fixes being the primary focus, Jobs ... continued »
Posted on 07 September 2008 by Brenda Stokes
It's that time of the week once again, dear readers, where we take a look back at what has transpired over the course of these past seven days.
Lots of Apple industry news to report. First, a pay-as-you-go plan for the iPhone 3G is set to launch on the carrier O2. The eastern European sales figures for the device have ... continued »
Posted on 06 September 2008 by Brenda Stokes
As we anxiously await Tuesday for the "Let's Rock" iPod event from Apple, all we can do is speculate. But now, rumor has it that we'll see two major software updates on the big day.
We'll most likely see iTunes 8.0 released on September 9th, which is expected to have a few new cool features like "Genius," which recommends music ... continued »
Posted on 09 August 2008 by Brenda Stokes
It looks like Apple is moving right along with updates, as the iPhone 2.1 beta 3 firmware has just been seeded to developers.
The beta is meant for developers to test, only. However, phones that have been updated to this new version cannot be used to develop apps for the App Store. Likewise, once you update, your phone cannot be reverted ... continued »
Posted on 25 July 2008 by Vincent Nguyen
Apparently, the word in the blogosphere is that Apple has seeded a beta version of iPhone 2.1 Firmware (Beta 1 – build 5F90 to develepers. GearLive reports that Apple included new Core Location features that might allow turn-by-turn GPS and can possibly track the direction and the speed you’re traveling.
In addition to the new iPhone 2.1 firmware, Apple also ... continued »