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6 years ago

iPhone User Interface Library for Photoshop

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iPhone User Interface Library for Photoshop

Got a hankering to make an spot-on iPhone looking WebApp? Wanna mock-up an App Store application interface of your very own? Thanks to the hyper-generosity of teehan+lax, now you can!

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6 years ago

Updated! iHologram Brings Anamorphosis to iPhone

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Updated! iHologram Brings Anamorphosis to iPhone

UDPATE: D'oh! It's a proof of concept rendering, not an actual coded App! My bad. (Thanks to Kevind for pointing that out in the comments)

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6 years ago

Apple Posts iPhone 2.0.2 Update Page

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Apple Posts iPhone 2.0.2 Update Page

Apple seems to have taken the unprecedented step of posting a special page for iPhone software updates, highlighting the very recent 2.0.2 firmware:

The iPhone 2.0.2 Software Update is the latest version of iPhone 2.0. It’s available now and it's easy to install. Just follow the step-by-step guide below.

Said guide features large but tasteful graphics, featuring "Steve's iPhone" no less. Taken together with the MobileMe News blog, could this finally be a sign that Apple is taking customer communication at least a tiny bit more seriously?

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6 years ago

Kevin Rose: 2.1 to Debut on Touch, iTunes 8.0 Cometh, and More!

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Kevin Rose: 2.1 to Debut on Touch, iTunes 8.0 Cometh, and More!

Internet superstar Kevin Rose, founder of Digg, Pownce, and Revision3 has a... er... spotty record at best when it comes to iPhone speculation. Still, we give him full marks for getting back on that rumor horse once again. This time, Kevin's saying he knows that sometime before the end of September we'll see:

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6 years ago

The Numbers: Cell Phones Down, Smartphones Up, MobileSafari WAY UP

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The Numbers: Cell Phones Down, Smartphones Up, MobileSafari WAY UP

So while Apple is ramping up production of the iPhone 3G, it looks like the rest of the cell phone industry is in a serious slump. Kind of. According to the NPD, (via Ars Technica) only 28 million cell phones were sold this quarter representing a 13% year-to-year decline. But looking specifically at the model-by-model numbers, it looks like everyone is enjoying success on Motorola's dime.

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6 years ago

Daring Fireball Strikes OpenClip and iPhone Cut and Paste

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6 years ago

Apple Ramping Up iPhone Production, 40 Million a Year

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Apple Ramping Up iPhone Production, 40 Million a Year

Everybody has been playing the guessing game on how many iPhone 3Gs Apple has sold. The numbers have been pitted at 11 million this year and 25 million in 2009 on the low end and 13 million this year and 45 million in 2009 on the optimistic side. Well according to people familiar with Apple's production plans, it looks like Apple is preparing for the high end of the spectrum, upping their yearly production to around 40 million.

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6 years ago

Nike+ Pictures May Be Fake, Bummer

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Nike+ Pictures May Be Fake, Bummer

Those Nike+ Pictures we reported a few days back? There's some rumblings that they may be fake. Yes, Apple and Nike are still in cahoots and plan on releasing Nike+ for the iPhone, but the pictures floating around the web are not a production of Apple or Nike but rather some enterprising photoshop expert.

Who knows when we'll get some solid info on Nike+ for iPhone. Hopefully, Apple and Nike are working on creating a great program that includes some of the features we saw in the screenshots like the ability to map out a running route. There currently is no timetable for Nike+ to be released on the iPhone.

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6 years ago

How To: Keep Using Your .Mac Address With MobileMe

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How To: Keep Using Your .Mac Address With MobileMe

Apple's brand new MobileMe News (formerly MobileMe Updates) is back with their second post this week (and luckily for links, finally sporting unique URLs to boot!). The subject of their latest post? How previous .Mac users can keep using their @mac.com addresses on the iPhone post-MobileMe transition:

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6 years ago

iPhone vs. BlackBerry Bold Browser Showdown Part Tres

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6 years ago

Actors Paid To Line Up for iPhone 3G in Poland !?

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Actors Paid To Line Up for iPhone 3G in Poland !?

This one should get the iPhone-haters, WinMob Supporters, RIM Followers, and Treo Elderly (?) to come out of the woodworks. According to one of those reputable, old-timer print publications, Orange Poland has reportedly paid actors to line up for Poland's release of our favorite toy, the iPhone 3G.

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6 years ago

iPhone 2G vs. Blackberry Bold(ish) Browser "Battle"

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iPhone 2G vs. Blackberry Bold(ish) Browser "Battle"

The iPhone 3G and the Blackberry Bold will certainly be pitted against each other in the days to come, so when we saw a so-called Browser battle between the two, we promptly grabbed our popcorn and got ready to watch the rumble...

...Only to find out it was an original iPhone 2G vs. what looks like a pre-release, buggy-ROM'd, poorly connected Bold. Talk about going from showdown to letdown!

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6 years ago

iPhone 3G International: Launch 2 Commences + MTS in Russia!

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iPhone 3G International: Launch 2 Commences + MTS in Russia!

Back on July 11, the iPhone 3G launched in 22 countries. Along with much fanfare, hippie attention seekers, lines that would stretch out for weeks on end, and constantly crashing servers. But since Apple sold about a million of the hot new handsets that weekend, you just knew they were going to do it again.

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6 years ago

How To: Free Up Resources on Your iPhone With Force Quit

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How To: Free Up Resources on Your iPhone With Force Quit

UPDATE: Force Quit has changed in iPhone 3.0. Check out our new how-to!

Those of us who rock Mac OS X know all about the "Force Quit". For Windows users, think killing an application via Task Manager. They're both ways to shut down non-responsive or otherwise rogue applications from freezing us out or just slowing us down. For iPhone users, well, we don't have to worry about that, do we? (Remember Apple mocking Windows Mobile for multitask management?)

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