Just a little reminder for those of you who are waiting for the Dev-Team to unveil the 3.0 software unlock for iPhone 3G, there is a live demo tonight.
blockquote>On Tuesday evening (just before the big Apple release) we’ll do a live demo of the yellowsn0w carrier unlock working on official 3.0 firmware. The actual link for the feed will be twittered by @MuscleNerd and also placed here when the feed starts. The demo should answer everything you need to know about the new yellowsn0w. But it’s good news for iPhone 3G unlockers everywhere.
PocketGamer tells about the Zeemote JS1 Bluetooth gaming controller:
while this is in no way official, it seems some clever clogs has now got the compact thumb stick and buttons working with the iPhone.
What with iPhone 3.0's API's for Bluetooth accessory access, Jeremy thinks we might see more devices like this -- if Apple's smart. What do you think? Do you want/need an BT thumbstick to really get your iPhone game on, or is multi-touch enough?
This week, Apple introduces the all-new iPhone 3G S, which means TiPb just got handed a great excuse to give one away! (Actually a gift certificate, see them details below).
And you? You've also just gotten three chances to win it over the next three days!
Tuesday's Chance to Win a 32GB iPhone 3G S
For today's chance, head on over to Twitter and help us let everyone know about the contest. Simply include @theiphoneblog and in your tweet (that's how we'll track you), and ask your friends and followers to pass along the good news, and you'll get one entry in the contest. Here're some examples:
Want to win a 32GB iPhone 3G S from @theiphoneblog? Re-tweet this and check out http://bit.ly/G16Qt
Zoinks! RT Now! @theiphoneblog is totally giving away a 32GB iPhone 3G S! http://bit.ly/G16Qt
Confession: aside from typing in "are you Skynet" and "do my taxes" I'm not quite sure how to use this new beastie, but if you're smart enough to query up an answer to "what's the second coolest smartphone, BlackBerry or Palm Pre?", let us know your results!
Yeah. Ouch. But that's what BGR's Canadian ninja are reporting. These are Best Buy inventory prices, but it's hard to imagine Rogers/Fido stores charging less what with the exchange rate and typically Canadian shipping overages added.
Any Canadians (besides me) lining up for an off-contract iPhone 3G S this Friday? Does the price change things? How about those of you getting the full subsidy? Happier now?
PCalc developer James Thomson is one of our favorites because he not only makes great apps, but he seems to love doing it, and always figures out new, positive, and productive ways to get our attention.