The iPhone Blog Week in Review for December 01, 2008

Every week I will be bringing you what I think are the week’s biggest stories and articles. Let’s get started, after the break!

Is your iPhone 3G feeling... slow?

Well, it has come to light that the 2nd generation of Apple's iPod Touch is faster than the iPhone? At first that might not seem like a big deal, but it means that potentially, developers will have to work harder to ensure that apps run properly on both platforms. 

Case-Mate Naked Case Review

If you are looking for a good alternative to just carrying around an iPhone in your pocket with no protection, try the Naked Case. It covers your iPhone on all sides (even the screen, but it is still useable with the case on). It is available in a few different colors to suite your mood.

Apple's Black Friday Sale

Did you score anything good? I was tempted by the $21 off an iPod Touch... but then sanity came back.... oh, and my wife said no way; that could be part of why I didn't buy one :-)

Black Friday App discounts!

Did anyone buy apps this weekend... I did! There are a few of them listed here, check out the list, some are still on sale!

iPhone LIVE! Podcast

We have a new bi-weekly podcast for discussing the focused topics, in about an hour (yeah, kinda sounds like an oil change ad, doesn't it?) Anyway, check it out if you haven't had a listen yet!

The iPhone Blog's Ultimate Accessory Give Away!!!

If you have not done so, register now! Click the link for the contest details!

The iPhone Blog's 2008 Holiday Shopping Guide

Here at TiPb we have compiled a list of what our writer's think will make great gifts this holiday season. Read more to find out our choices!

When are the Beatles coming?

Oh who knows. Their catalog was supposed to be available by the end of 2008. Do you think it will make it?

iPhone Firmware 2.2.1 rumors...

Ah, 2.2 is barely out the door and we have some Russian site telling us that there will be Notes push and synchronization. My bet is no. They still have work to do on Calendar and Address Book...

Save that battery power!

Brian has a great tip of the week on how to save and manage your batter power. Read on for more info!

 

Chad Garrett

Software trainer, blogger and mobile technology enthusiast living in the suburban Midwest.

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