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6 years ago

Google Improves Their iPhone Interface

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Google Improves Their iPhone Interface

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6 years ago

Another Keynote, Another Fake Leaked Outline

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Another Keynote, Another Fake Leaked Outline


Above: a big yawner, courtesy of twob

It happens every year lately - a day or two before the big Keynote, some tiny site1 claims to have the outline of what Steve Jobs will announce. The supposed goods on the iPhone: 16gb at $499 (really going on a limb there), arrival in Japan in March, and the unveiling of the SDK. A full unveiling, actually, with lots of details.

All of which are pretty safe bets.

After the jump: the full supposed outline. Give it credit for being realistic -- heck, give it credit for being boring. But do not, we hope, give it credit for beingreal.

1 Yes, we are a tiny site as well and we know you thought it earlier. Be Nice.

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6 years ago

Macworld 2008: Evidence for Mac Touch Builds

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Macworld 2008: Evidence for Mac Touch Builds

A little non-iPhone news:

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6 years ago

Macworld 2008: What's in the Air? Not WiMAX.

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Macworld 2008: What's in the Air? Not WiMAX.

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6 years ago

Slingplayer May Be Coming to iPhone, Enabling Hours of Porno Pinching

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Slingplayer May Be Coming to iPhone, Enabling Hours of Porno Pinching

iPhone wielding Slingbox owners will soon be able to view their favorite smutty Spice Channel content on iPhone screens, if rumors are true. A site that goes by the charming name Electric Pig (I prefer my swine without rectal power adapters thank you very much) claims to have spoken with one of the higher ups at Sling Media, who went on record as saying that a version of its popular Slingplayer for mobile devices is in development right now.

Sweet. Now I can watch all my favorite episodes of Gilligan's island while driving down the freeway. Zoom Zoom.

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6 years ago

WGA Strike Causing Pain for Season Pass Holders

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WGA Strike Causing Pain for Season Pass Holders

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6 years ago

Forums are back up!

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Forums are back up!

Update: Huzzah and hooray! Chat away!

All of our sister sites have put up the word so we may as well too -- our forums have crashed just a tiny bit but we're working hard to bring them back up. In the meantime, I'll note that the amount of iPhone news to be had here at CES amounts to precisely bupkiss, and I've been looking. Like the Mac Pro announcement, I think this bodes well for iPhone news at Macworld next week!

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6 years ago

Mac Pro and XServe Announcements: Excellent News for iPhone's Macworld Prospects

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6 years ago

Phone different at CES

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Phone different at CES

While the big news is obviously going to be at MacWorld next week, this week we're at the Consumer Electronics Show. There probably won't be a ton of iPhone news, so you might only see sporadic updates in the next few days. After that, though BAM.

In the spirit of quietness, go check out Whisper app for your iPhone (if you're the jailbreaking sort). You whisper a secret into the iPhone and it get uploaded to a server anonymously. You can then listen to the secrets of others. Think of it as PostSecret for the iPhone. :)

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6 years ago

Former Exec Rubenstein Wanted a Physical Keyboard on the iPhone

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Former Exec Rubenstein Wanted a Physical Keyboard on the iPhone

Sramana Mitra has an interesting post up comparing Apple to Palm. Actually, she's been on a tear lately when it comes to Palm and how they've dropped the corporate management ball. She scored a comprehensive interview with former Palm Executive Eric Benhamou, which reads very nicely but is also a clear example of how the problems Palm has now are the direct result of their earlier problems. Basically they followed the exact opposite trajectory that Apple did in nearly the same time period (basically).

Anyway, back to the intersection of the two companies. Mitra writes:

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6 years ago

MacWorld (iPhone) Predictions

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MacWorld (iPhone) Predictions

The Macworld Expo is coming in a little over a week and I'm wondering what it will bring for iPhone users. Macworld will obviously be focusing primarily on, er, Macs, but I'm expecting that there will be iPhone news too. Expecting it enough that, yes, Phone different will be there reporting on the events!

In any case, there's a thread up in our forums started by rener asking about what's coming and it seems like a fun thing to think about on a Friday. I won't touch the Mac rumors (except to say I want the subnotebook), but here's my shot at what I expect iPhone-wise:

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6 years ago

Review: Pacific Rim Leather Jacket for Apple iPhone

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Review: Pacific Rim Leather Jacket for Apple iPhone

The Pacific Rim Leather Jacket is a simple flip-lid style case for the iPhone. It has a clean, elegant look, but is it clean and elegant to use? Read on for our review.

Buy: Pacific Rim Leather Jacket - $39.95

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6 years ago

Apple Patent Confirms 1.1.3 Jiggly Icon Moving Scheme

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Apple Patent Confirms 1.1.3 Jiggly Icon Moving Scheme

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6 years ago

iPhone Firmware 1.1.3 Leaked, Ogled, All Over the Internets

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6 years ago

Order Coffee from your iPhone (someday)

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Order Coffee from your iPhone (someday)

Here comes the synergy. Buying songs off the iTunes WiFi store while you're at Starbucks is great and all - but it turns out that most people don't go to Starbucks so they can freely surf iTunes' selections. Instead, Apple has figured out that people go to Starbucks to buy coffee and coffee-flavored beverages (let's face it, calling that mocha-double-frappa-whozit "coffee" is an insult to coffee and whozits). To that end, Apple has cagily filed a patent to allow you to order your coffee without having to actually talk to a human. Forbes describes it best:

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