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5 years ago

Developers Turn, Return, and Reaffirm -- iPhone Still Unmatched

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Developers Turn, Return, and Reaffirm -- iPhone Still Unmatched

Tim Cook (in)famously said other platforms and devices are still struggling to catch up with the original 2007 iPhone 2G, and while TiPb wouldn't go that far (the App Store didn't show up until the iPhone 3G in 2008), strictly in terms of user experience and functionality, he may have had a point.

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5 years ago

More on Apple's New iPhone/iPod/iTunes/Apple TV Remote

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More on Apple's New iPhone/iPod/iTunes/Apple TV Remote

As part of their massive, yet strangely casual, new product drop this morning, Apple also introduced a new version of the Apple Remote [$19 - Apple Store link], which when combined with an RF-enabled Universal Dock, can control your iPhone or iPod (as well as iTunes on Mac or an Apple TV sans-dock). Add in the A/V out cables, and the remote also lets your iPhone or iPod function as a mini, highly portable Apple TV all its own, showing your content on the big screen, controllable with the touch of a button.

Or three buttons now, as the new aluminum and black Apple Remote, which replaces the ancient white plastic one, not only matches Apple's new design aesthetic, but takes the play/pause button out from the center of the 4 way, and puts it on its own, on the side next to the menu button.

Not sure how we feel about this new arrangement yet. It's a little more scattered than Apple's usual (and older) elegance. However, we'll reserve judgement until we get our geeky little mits on it!

Apple's info, after the break!

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5 years ago

Apple Introduces New 27" iMac, MacBook, Mightier Mini, Magic Mouse, Remote

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Apple Introduces New 27" iMac, MacBook, Mightier Mini, Magic Mouse, Remote

Apple today announced new 21.5" and 27" iMacs, a new line of MacBooks, mightier Mac Minis, and a Magic Mouse (with iPhone-like multi-touch), and new Apple Remote.

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5 years ago

Apple Online Store Down -- New iMacs, Mac Minis, MacBooks, Multi-touch Mice/Trackpads On the Way?!

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Apple Online Store Down -- New iMacs, Mac Minis, MacBooks, Multi-touch Mice/Trackpads On the Way?!

Yes, the Apple Online Store is DOWN! Following up yesterday's Daring Fireball of rumors, this is what we might just see soon:

Redesigned Plastic MacBooks, Redesigned ('Impressive') iMacs, Updated Minis (Including One That Ships With Mac OS X Server), the Multi-Touch Magic Mouse, and, as the Wildcard I'm-Not-Sure-I-Really-Believe-It-Myself Out-There Rumor, Maybe Even Some Sort of Mentioned-Nowhere-Else-But-in-This-Very-Headline Multi-Touch Trackpad Gadget for Desktop Macs

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5 years ago

MobileMe Media Sync

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MobileMe Media Sync

Synchronization of Media State Across Multiple Devices, one of the latest patents filed by Apple, aims to use MobileMe to make sure if you start watching a movie in iTunes or on the AppleTV, then switch to your iPhone, you're at the exact same place in the movie (and back again) -- with no USB sync required.

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5 years ago

Apple Announces iPhone Tech Talk World Tour: Expert Advice Coming to a City Near You

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Apple Announces iPhone Tech Talk World Tour: Expert Advice Coming to a City Near You

Apple has announced an iPhone Tech Talk World Tour, which is billed as expert advice, coming to a city near you.

Apple technology evangelists are coming to a city near you with expert advice on how you can maximize the innovative technologies of iPhone OS within your apps.

Advanced content for advanced developers

The iPhone Tech Talk World Tour features a range of sessions for advanced developers who want to enhance the capability, functionality, and usability of their iPhone apps. You'll dive deep into coding and design techniques that will help you take your apps to the next level.

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5 years ago

COOh-Snap: Apple Competitors Still Trying to Catchup to Original 2007 iPhone 2G

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COOh-Snap: Apple Competitors Still Trying to Catchup to Original 2007 iPhone 2G

During Apple's Q4 2009 financial results conference call today, when asked about competitive smartphone platforms and devices, Apple Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook responded:

Frankly, they are really just trying to catch up with the 1st iPhone that was announced 2 years ago

While many will no doubt argue -- perhaps laugh outright -- at that, it's harder to laugh at Apple's results: 7.2 million more iPhones sold in the last 3 months, and half-a-billion more App Store downloads during the same period.

So was Cook just showing his swagger, setting himself up for a big takedown, or comfortably settling into a combined iPhone/iTunes/App Store offering his thinks will be tough to beat in the consumer market?

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5 years ago

New Apple Products, Including Magic Mice and Desktop Multi-touch Tomorrow?

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New Apple Products, Including Magic Mice and Desktop Multi-touch Tomorrow?

According to Daring Fireball, Apple is set to introduce new products tomorrow morning, including:

Redesigned Plastic MacBooks, Redesigned (‘Impressive’) iMacs, Updated Minis (Including One That Ships With Mac OS X Server), the Multi-Touch Magic Mouse, and, as the Wildcard I’m-Not-Sure-I-Really-Believe-It-Myself Out-There Rumor, Maybe Even Some Sort of Mentioned-Nowhere-Else-But-in-This-Very-Headline Multi-Touch Trackpad Gadget for Desktop Macs

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5 years ago

Apple Q4 Conference Call Live Blog -- 7.4 Million iPhones Sold!

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Apple Q4 Conference Call Live Blog -- 7.4 Million iPhones Sold!

Apple Q4 2009 Conference Call

We'll be beginning TiPb's live coverage just before 2pm PT/5pm ET, but Apple has already released their results, and they include 7.4 million iPhones sold in Q4 2009.

Apple Inc. is set to announce their Q4 2009 financial results today, and host their usual après-PR conference call at 5pm ET/2pm PT. Analysts are anticipating good news overall, though rumor once again has it demand for the iPhone 3GS is still outstripping supply.

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5 years ago

Mozilla Working on iPhone App. Don't Hold Your Breath for Firefox

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Mozilla Working on iPhone App. Don't Hold Your Breath for Firefox

This weekend GigaOm brought word that Mozilla was working on an iPhone app. Of course, thoughts turn immediately towards their most famous product -- Firefox. However, Apple doesn't allow 3rd party code interpreters and that means no Gecko HTML renderer and no TraceMonkey Javascript engine. And again, I don't think there's any need for Mozilla to make a WebView wrapper...

So what else is there? Browser link sync? The iPhone will sync Safari links, or Internet explorer on Windows, but syncing links for Firefox users is thus far unsupported, and no doubt many would love to have that functionality:

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5 years ago

Monday Fun Video: Before Verizon's iPhone iDoesn't, There Was Sega's Nintendon't

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Monday Fun Video: Before Verizon's iPhone iDoesn't, There Was Sega's Nintendon't

20 years before there was Verizon's iPhone iDoesn't... and Droid does campaign, there was Sega Does and Nintendon't.

Be interesting to see if it works out better for Droid than it did for Sega...

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5 years ago

The Competition: Motorola Droid Images Emerge

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The Competition: Motorola Droid Images Emerge

Just a few days ago Verizon started their iDoesn't campaign specifically targeting Apple's iPhone. Well late last night images started to emerge all over the blogs, including our very own Android Central, giving us a sneak peek to what may be some legitimate iPhone competition. After a hands on, BGR came away mighty impressed. Here are just a few of the highlights spotlighted by BGR:

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5 years ago

Facebook 3.1 With Push Notifications Coming Soon

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Facebook 3.1 With Push Notifications Coming Soon

Early this morning developer of the iPhone Facebook application, Joe Hewitt, posted that Facebook 3.03 is on it's way to squash a few bugs. Even bigger news is that update will then be followed by Facebook 3.1 which will include push notifications.

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5 years ago

Quick App: Rockband for iPhone Now in App Store

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Quick App: Rockband for iPhone Now in App Store

Rockband [$9.99 - iTunes link] for iPhone and iPod touch is now available in the iTunes App Store. It has guitar, bass, drums, and vocals, and both single-player and multi-player (via Bluetooth) action.

20 songs come with the app, including music by Smashing Pumpkins, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Foo Fighters, Blink-182, The Beastie Boys, and more can be purchased in-app.

If you get your Rockband on, let us know how it works for you!

[Thanks everyone who sent this in!]

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5 years ago

Quick App: Wolfram Alpha Computational Knowledge Engine for iPhone

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Quick App: Wolfram Alpha Computational Knowledge Engine for iPhone

Wolfram Alpha [$49.00 - iTunes link] for iPhone (and iPod touch) is the "computational knowledge engine" made mobile. While the website is (currently?) free, the iPhone app is decidedly not. But is it worth the premium price? Christian Warren from Mashable says:

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