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6 years ago

Rumor: 3G Coming with iChat, DIGG it?

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Rumor: 3G Coming with iChat, DIGG it?

Digg and Pownce founder and web 2.0 darling Kevin Rose, during the latest Diggnation podcast, made the following prognostications about the eventual 3G iPhone (via Apple Insider):

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6 years ago

More bandwidth for AT&T, what does this mean for Apple?

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6 years ago

Dot Mac Services to iPhone? Wait-a-Thon!

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Dot Mac Services to iPhone? Wait-a-Thon!

Do you use Apple’s .Mac Services? I do. I like the synchronization between my Macs; it really makes life easy. With the iPhone, I really get a lot of benefit. I can add a website, Calendar appointments, Address Book entry, etc on my iPhone and it gets synced across multiple machines.

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6 years ago

Gartner Declares iPhone Ready for Business, Promises More Obvious Predictions

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Gartner Declares iPhone Ready for Business, Promises More Obvious Predictions

Analysts are like Tarot card readers with MBAs, making speculative predictions based on little more than the direction of the wind and bird migration patterns. They follow a similar marketing practice too - the first reading is free, but the second will cost you, and cost you.

The brain trust at Gartner Research, a firm whose name is legendary in "We predicted this all along" market research, has arrived at the astounding postulation that Apple's plans to incorporate enterprise-class features into iPhone will make the device a viable corporate tool.

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6 years ago

This Week in Smartphone Schadenfreude, March 24th Edition

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This Week in Smartphone Schadenfreude, March 24th Edition

Not evil twin to Phone Different Week in Review, not an invasion by Fake Steve, this Week in Schadenfreude brings you all the feel-better news you need about the smartphone world outside Apple's current media dominator. (Who knew there was such a world? We were just as surprised! Inelegant, interface challenged, keyboardy, crashy, single-touchy place -- best not to linger...). Join us as we mock review the big news from last week at our sister sites. Everybody loves sibling rivalry!

RIM/Blackberry Likes Outages So Much They Start Scheduling Them!

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6 years ago

Tool Time: Internationalize Your Webs and Cap Your Screens!

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Tool Time: Internationalize Your Webs and Cap Your Screens!

The iPhone OS, like its big Mac brother, has a lot of little tools, preferences, and settings, some explicitly surfaced, others hidden away. The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW) brings us one of each this week!

First up, by way of RipDev's molecular decomposition of the code (either that or a well-placed source...) is a way to enable screen capture on your jailbroken iPhone:

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6 years ago

UPDATED! OMG Appz Store Leaked?!1

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UPDATED! OMG Appz Store Leaked?!1

The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW) is running some screen shots of what may well be our first glimpse of the iPhone's App Store.

Pretty much what you'd expect if you combined the Wi-Fi Music Store with apps, the shots came TUAW's way via a tipster. Seems said tipster claims that, after repeatedly stabbing away at the App Store button (does that mean he was running the SDK beta??) and failing to connect, lo and behold he got through.

UPDATE: iPhone l33t hax0r Erica Sadun went poking around the storeBag.xml from Apple's public iTunes server and found the following:

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6 years ago

Gaming: iPhone vs. Nintendo DS and Sony PSP

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Gaming: iPhone vs. Nintendo DS and Sony PSP

We've covered gaming here a few times already. Now Roughly Drafted Magazine's Daniel Eran Dilger chimes in with another of his highly detailed (and highly partisan) articles, this one looking at Apple's iPhone and how it compares to, and seems poised to disrupt, the established portable gaming platforms:

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6 years ago

Multitask-Masters: Hock vs. Alfke vs. Gruber

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Multitask-Masters: Hock vs. Alfke vs. Gruber

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Here we go with another hand of high-stakes SDK multitasking three-blogger stud. Commenters (as always) wild.

Craig Hockenberry, developer of Twitterrific for Icon Factory, opens with two reasons why he understands the current Apple-enforced no multitasking policy, power:

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6 years ago

iPhone Risk: Sights Set on Singapore?

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iPhone Risk: Sights Set on Singapore?

Apple COO Tim Cook said we'd see the iPhone in Asia by the end of 2008, and see it we did in China and Hong Kong! Er... oops, he meant officially, didn't he? Well, then, Ars Technica (via Thompson) reports that SingTel might just make Singapore the first Asian nation to introduce Poppa Jobs' pocket universe-dent'er:

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6 years ago

Signed Certificates: Approved by Apple in California

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Signed Certificates: Approved by Apple in California

Roughly Drafted Magazine's Daniel Eran Dilger along with Jason Smith have written up an article detailing how signing certificates work, and what they mean for would-be iPhone developers.

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6 years ago

Phone Different Week in Review, March 21, 2008

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Phone Different Week in Review, March 21, 2008

Every week I will be bringing you what I think are the week’s biggest stories and articles. Here we go!

Adobe Flash for iPhone

Would Adobe just make it for our beloved already? We started off the week with Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen hopes Apple's newly released SDK will help Adobe deliver that middle ground, with or without Jobs' blessing. The world was ecstatic, could this really be?

… Well, not so fast, a few days later there was a, um, clarification.

Can’t we all just get along, join hands, sing Kumbaya and make Flash happen?

More of our best stuff after the break!

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6 years ago

Business Week Smash Puny Music Rumor!

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Business Week Smash Puny Music Rumor!

Business Week apparently read the Financial Times' story on Apple Considering All-You-Can-Eat Music Subscriptions, cleared its throat, and allowed itself to retort:

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6 years ago

First, Free, Finest: The Three Pillars of App Success?

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First, Free, Finest: The Three Pillars of App Success?

Be first to market, give it away for free, or be the finest in the space. Steven Frank, co-founder of award-winning Mac development house, Panic, says any one of these properties is a key to iPhone app success. Any two of these?

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6 years ago

Review: Seidio Inno Case for iPhone

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Review: Seidio Inno Case for iPhone

The Seidio Inno Case for the iPhone ($32.95) is a very subtle case that manages to increase the functionality of the phone and enhance the user experience. The design is simple and understated and comes in colors such as blue, black, and burgundy. The case adds some flair but little to no bulk to your iPhone.

Read on for the full review!

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