Posted on 10 March 2010 by Shane McGlaun
If you are a fan of old school horizontal fighters, Street Fighter IV is now on the iPhone. The game can be had for about $10 and there is no free trial version offered.
Posted on 15 March 2009 by Budi Putra
Apple have announced a special event on March 17th, where the company will launch the iPhone OS 3.0 Software. One of speculations about what might be coming in the new release is copy/paste ability. Yeah, Digg founder Kevin Rose just confirmed it !
Posted on 14 March 2009 by Budi Putra
Apple have announced a special event on March 17th, where the company will launch the iPhone OS 3.0 Software. As usual, it has triggered a lot of speculation about what might be coming in the new release.
Posted on 12 March 2009 by Chris Davies
Apple have announced a special event on March 17th, where the company will launch the iPhone OS 3.0 Software. As you might expect we'll be live blogging the whole event, kicking off at 10AM PST on the 17th at http://live.slashgear.com/
As well as the new iPhone OS, Apple are also promising the debut of a brand new iPhone SDK. The specific features ... continued »
Posted on 26 November 2008 by Brenda Stokes
It seems Google has confirmed the notion that Google Mobile uses APIs that are undocumented, opening up the ability to use the built-in proximity sensor in the iPhone for verbal searches. This goes against the iPhone SDK, which states developers can only use APIs that Apple published within the kit.
Google was quick to dismiss more serious claims that they were ... continued »
Posted on 17 August 2008 by Brenda Stokes
Apple sent out their Firmware 2.1 Beta 4 to developers, it seems. The focus of this update? Why, bug fixes, of course.
What's interesting though is Apple removed the push notification service from this release. As you may remember, this service is intended to act as the basis for background process support. This would be especially beneficial developers of messaging ... continued »
Posted on 01 August 2008 by Brenda Stokes
If you're a registered iPhone developer, you're in luck. You can now keep track of how your applications are doing in the App Store with daily updates. All you have to do is go to iTunes Connect to find out how you many times your apps are being downloaded each day.
Prior to this, you would have had to wait ... continued »
Posted on 01 August 2008 by Brenda Stokes
Well this is good news! Looks like Apple has started giving developers the tools needed to create applications that can receive information, even when they're not open and running. This will bring added functionality to programs like instant messengers.
The biggest problem so far has been that the iPhone doesn't allow you to run more than one app at a ... continued »
Posted on 05 June 2008 by ashoperon
We are but four days away from Apple's land mark WWDC event in San Francisco. Being so close, it is only natural that the rumors are running wild over the event. Everything from the 3G iPhone, to a new type of tablet like Mac portable. Sit tight if you would like to hear what we are hearing, and for our ... continued »
Posted on 29 May 2008 by ashoperon
The anticipation is quickly mounting as WWDC draws ever closer. Apple's yesterday release of the latest firmware for the iPhone, 2.0 beta 6, revealed something interesting about the new iPhone. The icon was also found in the latest version of Leopard, 10.5.3, which was released to Mac owners yesterday. The icon looks very similar to the current iPhone.
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 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.