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5 years ago

AT&T Still Rolling in iPhone Dough: 1.9M iPhone's Activated in Q4

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AT&T Still Rolling in iPhone Dough: 1.9M iPhone's Activated in Q4

AT&T reported on their own quarterly earnings today, the highlights according to Fortune (via MacRumors):

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5 years ago

TiPb Giveaway: Slacker Radio Plus Offers 10 Readers 1 Month Free!

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TiPb Giveaway: Slacker Radio Plus Offers 10 Readers 1 Month Free!

The kind folks at Slacker have offered up 1 month of Slacker Radio Plus -- their premium service that removes the ads and bolts on more personalization options -- absolutely FREE to you, the TiPb faithful (or at least 10 of you!).

Here's what you need to do:

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5 years ago

Update on "Potential Palm Pre Patent Portfolio Pugilism Puzzle"

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Update on "Potential Palm Pre Patent Portfolio Pugilism Puzzle"

We'll be talking about the iPhone vs. the Palm Pre tonight on iPhone Live! (Hopefully with some special guests!). In the meantime our editor-in-chief, Dieter Bohn, writing on behalf of our sibling site, PreCentral.net, points to Engadget's in-depth coverage. Dieter's conclusion on calls the "Potential Palm Pre Patent Portfolio Pugilism Puzzle"?

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5 years ago

Whatever Happened to the iPhone's Push Notification Service?

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Whatever Happened to the iPhone's Push Notification Service?

TiPb has theorized before that Apple's promised-by-September-yet-still-undelivered Push Notification Service (their alternative to actually allowing 3rd party multi-tasking) hasn't shipped yet because MobileMe taught Apple -- very painfully and publicly -- that it's better to take their time and get push services right than rush them out broken and buggy.

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5 years ago

Where Did All the iPhone WebApps Go?

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Where Did All the iPhone WebApps Go?

Sure, there are still plenty around -- plenty of good ones even -- but back before the App Store, before Apple released the iPhone SDK, WebApps were the development platform for the miraculous new mobile wireless platform.

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5 years ago

Apple Releases iPhone SDK 2.2.1

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Apple Releases iPhone SDK 2.2.1

As revealed by Craig Hockenberry on Twitter shortly after today's iPhone OS 2.2.1 update: developers hadn't heard a whisper of this release, no beta, not even a warning, and it wasn't compatible with the previous SDK. Nice, Apple!

It should come as some relief, then, that the iPhone SDK has now also been bumped to 2.2.1. Says Ars Technica's Erica Sadun:

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5 years ago

Mark Papermaster Litigation Done -- to Head up iPhone, iPod Hardware April 24

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Mark Papermaster Litigation Done -- to Head up iPhone, iPod Hardware April 24

The long-running dispute between Apple and IBM over Apple's hire of Mark Papermaster has come to a close, according to Apple PR:

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5 years ago

iPhone Dev Team Warning to Unlockers: Do Not Update to 2.2.1 Firmware

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iPhone Dev Team Warning to Unlockers: Do Not Update to 2.2.1 Firmware

There is an old saying, a picture is worth a thousand words. This could not be more true than the image above.

If you are currently jailbroken or unlocked, do not update your firmware via iTunes to the latest iPhone firmware, 2.2.1. According to the Dev Team this update will indeed break yellsn0w rendering your unlocked iPhone useless.

So you have been warned, do not update to the latest Apple firmware if you are unlocked or jailbroken. Stay tuned to TiPb for more information, when it becomes available we will be sure to update you.

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5 years ago

iPhone 2.2.1 Firmware Released

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iPhone 2.2.1 Firmware Released

Out of nowhere Apple has quietly released a new firmware update for iPhone and iPhone 3G. This latest release, 2.2.1, weighing in at 246.4 MB, is said to have have improved general stability of Safari and has addressed the issue where some images saved from Mail did not display correctly in the camera roll. It is unknown at this time if Apple has snuck in any other tweaks or features, to follow along and report any findings be sure to head into our forums to the newly started thread - iPhone software 2.2.1 released?

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5 years ago

Review: Griffin California Roll for iPhone 2G/3G

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Review: Griffin California Roll for iPhone 2G/3G

The Griffin California Roll for iPhone 2G and 3G is in stock and ready to ship from the iPhone Blog Store for $19.95. Personally, I'm not much for sushi, but this is a California Roll I can sink my teeth into. If you want something to carry your iPhone, iPod, iPod Touch and other small accessories and to organize them into one case, Griffin's California Roll could be what you are looking for. Follow me after the break to get to know this case a little better!

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5 years ago

Welcome Nokia Experts to the Family!

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Welcome Nokia Experts to the Family!

We're incredibly happy to announce that we're adding another member to the Smartphone Experts family of sites: Nokia Experts!  Nokia Experts will be run by the inestimable Matt Miller, also known as The Mobile Gadgeteer, host of ZDNet's Smartphones and Cellphones blog, palmsolo, and all around mobility guru.

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5 years ago

New iPhone Ad Focuses on Finding, Figuring, and Fixing

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New iPhone Ad Focuses on Finding, Figuring, and Fixing

No sooner did we mention Apple's new "reading" themed iPhone ad, then another one caught our attention. Fix highlights Rocket Taxi for finding a cab, Tipulator for figuring out a tip, and MultiLevel for fixing a bookcase (presumably where your reading apps are sitting?)

Again, the ads are careful to show the entire experience from pressing a Home screen icon to launch the app to using the app, to getting answers and results.

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5 years ago

iPhone Pwns Indie Gaming?

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iPhone Pwns Indie Gaming?

Apple's made a point to highlight gaming on the iPhone and iPod touch (the so-called funnest iPod ever), and six-months in, games still routinely dominate the App Store Top Ten lists. But what about outside the Apple ecosystem? How are iPhone/iPod touch games doing in the greater gaming 'verse? TUAW lets us know:

the iPhone more or less owns the finalist list for the 2009 Independent Games Festival Mobile category. 11 of the 14 contestants aren't on the Nintendo DS or PSP -- they're built and played on the iPhone and the iPod touch.

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5 years ago

Quick Review: SoundClip

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Quick Review: SoundClip

Our fearless leader/editor was able to meet some great vendors at Macworld 2009 this year and got a sampling of their products. I am rounding them up in a series of posts, so, let's take a look at what we have this time!

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5 years ago

New iPhone Ad Focuses on Reading Apps

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New iPhone Ad Focuses on Reading Apps

Classics (and all around awesome icon and UI) designer Sebastiaan de With posted on his Cocoia blog that his co-creation is currently being featured in a new ad for the iPhone:

How very awesome it is to see this on Apple’s website (and possibly on TV!). You can read about the design process of Classics here.

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