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6 years ago

Duh: Kids Want iPhone

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Duh: Kids Want iPhone

According to the answers to questions posed of 1175 people surveyed by Peanut Labs, a bunch of 'Generation Y' kids are hot to trot for the iPhone action. The most popular mobile on the holiday present list is the iPhone, and Apple is on the list of top brands (which were Apple, HP, Nintendo, and Amazon). Another interesting nugget is that those kids figured to spend $300 on gadgets this holiday season.

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6 years ago

N95 to iPhone Comparison

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N95 to iPhone Comparison

Here's a quick N95 vs. iPhone video feature showdown. As you can see above, Dieter of WMExperts confirms he's begun using the Nokia N95 as the little mini-extension to the Smartphone Round Robin. There were a lot of calls for us to try something with Symbian. I hope we give it a full turn the next time around.

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6 years ago

iPhone GPS, For Really Real

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iPhone GPS, For Really Real


figure 1: what it is now and what they claim it will be

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6 years ago

Enterprise Top Tens

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Enterprise Top Tens


6 years ago

Garage Band Update Brings Ringtones

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Garage Band Update Brings Ringtones

Some of the best news that I'll hear all day. If you're using the latest version of iLife and apply the GarageBand update (version 4.1.1), you get the ability to create and edit custom ringtones. They've posted up a set of instructions over at apple.com for anyone to peruse. The blurb you see in Software Update is terse but to the point:

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6 years ago

iPhone <3 Exchange?

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iPhone <3 Exchange?

With the original iPod, sales didn't take off until the iPod was made compatible with Windows. If you believe the stats from the polls from AppleInsider, sales for the iPhone won't take off until it's compatible with Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft's popular groupware server for small and medium businesses. And lo! Apple has posted a job listing for someone capable of adding Outlook and Exchange functionality to the iPhone.

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6 years ago

Hacked Emulator Apps Roundup

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Hacked Emulator Apps Roundup

There are a bunch of nice 3rd party apps cropping up for hacked iPhones. I haven't been posting them individually since I'm not sure who out here really has use for a SCUMM or AGI interpreter, but I can hide morsels like that inside of bigger articles. I love seeing hacked apps come through that really deliver on the gaming promise of the iPhone.

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6 years ago

"Blown Away"

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"Blown Away"

I saw this blurb on Daring Fireball, and I thought it was kind of funny.

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6 years ago

Two New iPhones Next Year?

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Two New iPhones Next Year?

So David Bailey of Goldman Sachs, they do a report that says Apple will be making two iPhones next year. One of the iPhones will just be a storage bump, and it will be available in the first half of the year. The other iPhone supposedly will be a newer design, with maybe a new form factor and look and maybe not. He says the new iPhone design...

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6 years ago

Officially Unlocked iPhones Not Unlocked?

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Officially Unlocked iPhones Not Unlocked?

UPDATE: this rumor has been proven false by iLounge as of 12/14/2007.

According to a breaking story at CNet site iPhone Atlas, the unlocked iPhones that are available via France's Orange network are not actually fully unlocked. Apparently the "unlocked" iPhones will only work with SIM cards from other French carriers -- one could not, for example, put a T-Mobile, AT&T, or Rogers SIM card in it; only with a carrier that operates in France.

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6 years ago

iPhone GPS Hopes Dashed

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iPhone GPS Hopes Dashed

The iPhone + TomTom GPS rumor from yesterday has been quashed. Eagle-eyed MacRumors reader thecreativ1 noted the resemblance to an earlier iPod Video fake that was hoaxed; the extra blurriness, and all.

"Don't you guys remember the big hoax about the "real" video iPod??? About how weeks later the guys showed a screencast about how he made the fake....

"Well I do, and the barcode sticker on the tomtom dongle looks an awful lot like the barcode sticker on this notorious fake..."

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6 years ago

Phone Different Store News

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Phone Different Store News

I've got some store news real quick -- First off, we've mentioned it in the podcast before, but it bears mention again. All of the Smartphone Experts stores support gift certificates. In case you're wondering, that does include the Phone Different Store. Also, we've got a coupon for 10% off accessories in effect until midnight on Saturday. To utilize it, just use "iHOLIDAY" as your coupon code.

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6 years ago

Round Robin Roundup

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Round Robin Roundup

The Smartphone Round Robin contest is over. Here are our last thoughts and responses about the the iPhone. After the break are the winners of the contest and the bulk of the article.

I'd like to say that the Smartphone Round Robin was an excellent idea. It was a lot of work, too, but hopefully it ends up being something useful for those of you that followed it while it was going on, or to anyone that ends up here long after this moment has passed.

And if you're not ready to say goodbye to the round robin just yet, we'll all be chatting about the round robin for the Mobile Computing Authority podcast tomorrow, that podcast should be available next week.

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6 years ago

TomTom GPS for iPhone?

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TomTom GPS for iPhone?

Engadget has a story that shows the iPhone with a TomTom GPS module connected at the bottom, on the route to Rotterdam in the Netherlands. Is it real or fake? No one can know for sure, but there's at least a possibility that it's real. The picture quality of the "proof" is horrid beyond measure; the JPEG compression artifacts are pretty much out of this world.

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6 years ago

Navizon Using Tower Triangulation

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Navizon Using Tower Triangulation

If you've hacked your iPhone, you may be aware of a positioning app called Navizon which maps your location via tower triangulation and the presence of known wi-fi hotspots. That version costs $25, but there's a new version of Navizon now available. It's called Navizon Lite, and it provides location awareness based only on tower triangulation. In short, it can tell where you are (roughly) based on what kind of signal your phone gets, and skips the database of wi-fi hotspots. It's tough to beat free, but you do have to hack your iPhone to get it to work in the first place.

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