Posted on 30 November 2009 by Shane McGlaun
A developer has spotted a usage record for an unannounced iPhone model called the iPhone 3,1. The reference was discovered in an analytics app after the iPhone 3,1 was used to access the iBART train schedule.
Posted on 25 November 2009 by Shane McGlaun
UK supermarket chain Tesco has announced that it will be selling the iPhone 3G and 3GS in its stores. The move is sort of like Walmart Supercenters in the US selling the device.
Posted on 24 November 2009 by Shane McGlaun
AT&T is getting beat up in the media by Verizon over its 3G coverage, which I will admit is shoddy in most areas. Apple has now come out with some adds that are taking up for AT&T. I wonder if those adds will keep running if Verizon gets the iPhone.
Posted on 23 November 2009 by Shane McGlaun
Infosyncworld reports that there are over 10,000 apps are submitted to the iPhone App Store each week. That is a lot of stuff to wade through for the Apple folks that wield the hammer of approval.
Posted on 20 November 2009 by Shane McGlaun
Cisco has announced a new security application for the iPhone called SIO to Go. The app is designed to allow users to get alerts on new security threats and other info on safe web surfing.
Posted on 19 November 2009 by Shane McGlaun
TomTom has issued a new update to its navigation app that allows the original iPhone and the iPod touch to work with the application and the TomTom car kit. It really made no sense not to since the car kit has an external GPS receiver.
Posted on 18 November 2009 by Shane McGlaun
After a long wait regulators in South Korea have finally approved the iPhone and cleared the way for it to head into the country. KT Corp, the second largest carrier in Korea, plans to start taking orders for the iPhone on November 28.
Posted on 17 November 2009 by Shane McGlaun
ZDNet reports that Apple may be considering an ad-supported version of the iPhone. The rumor stems from a patent app that Apple filed for forced advertisements.
Posted on 16 November 2009 by Shane McGlaun
The Apple App store is a huge moneymaker for Apple and many of the top application is the store are games. IntoMobile reports that Apple is set to start developing its own games for the iPhone. The company has a job listing for a Game/media Software Engineer with 3-4 years experience.
Posted on 13 November 2009 by Shane McGlaun
Apple has been catching a lot of flack for its arduous process of approving applications for the iPhone. Apple has announced a new app status tracker for developers so they can see where in the process their app is.
Posted on 12 November 2009 by Shane McGlaun
A second source for a Verizon iPhone rumor has tipped up this week from a research note from Northwest Securities that claims an iPhone for Verizon will hit by the Summer of 2010. The AT&T exclusive is set to end next year according to sources paving the way for this to happen. AT&T had better get their network woes fixed ... continued »
Posted on 11 November 2009 by Shane McGlaun
New Blu-ray films from Universal will feature iPhone interactivity. The first of the films to offer such interactivity will be the animated film "9". The feature is called Pocket Blu and will let users enter text with the iPhone rather than the remote.