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How-To: Hack Your iPhone with a PC


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Ever since the iPhone was announced, people have been clamoring to write native applications for it. Sadly, Apple has not yet released the tools necessary to develop those apps. However, if you've been following the iPhone news you realize that the iPhone has been "hacked." What does this mean to you, the nonhacker? Well it means that thanks to the mighty efforts of many dedicated people, you can install applications directly onto your iPhone. The best part, it's easy. Read on for our full How-To on how to hack your iPhone so you can install applications.

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How-To: Hack Your iPhone with a Mac


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Ever since the iPhone was announced, people have been clamoring to write native applications for it. Sadly, Apple has not yet released the tools necessary to develop those apps. However, if you've been following the iPhone news you realize that the iPhone has been "hacked." What does this mean to you, the nonhacker? Well it means that thanks to the mighty efforts of many dedicated people, you can install applications directly onto your iPhone. The best part, it's easy. Read on for our full How To on how to hack your iPhone so you can install applications.

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Kidnapping and Extortion: The True Motivation Behind Apple's Decision to Offer iPhone Rebates, Nyuk Nyuk

Something to lighten your dreary Monday morning, perhaps? A geek comic strip called HijinksEnsue has posted its hardy har har take on Apple's abrupt decision to recompense iPhone users with Apple Store credits, or whatever they're doling out to us.

Click to laugh, or roll your eyes.

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Apple Sells One Millionth iPhone. McDonald's Looks On Worried

Here's to the crazy ones. The misfits. Rebels. Round pegs in square holes. The ones who see things differently. They're not fond of Treos. And they have no respect for BlackBerries.

You can quote them. Disagree with them. Glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can't do is ignore them, because they flash their iPhones in your face constantly, trying to impress everyone around them.

So while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see suckers genius. Because the ones who are crazy enough to spend $600 for a phone...just might be crazy enough to convince others to do the same.

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Sketches Lets You Draw, Jot Notes, Annotate Photos, and Waste Time

Hey, look who just got its first drawing app. Yes, our little iPhone is growing up so fast. In no time at all he'll be wearing his first service pack, and heading off to school to join his classmates from RIM, Microsoft, and Nokia. tears

LateNiteSoft created a nifty app who's time is long overdue. Sketches allows you to make drawings on iPhone's screen using your finger, opening a world of possibilities for utility and frivolity; draw simple sketches, scribble notes, annotate photos, or just pass away the time drawing mustaches on photos of your friends.

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Holy Crap, He Listened! Steve Offers $100 Apple Store Coupons for Early iPhone Adopters

Someone pick up my jaw, I'm stunned. In a totally unexpected move Steve Jobs posted a personal letter to customers delivering a peace offering to angry iPhone users upset over yesterdays dramatic price cut. Jobs goes on to reiterate his stance that price cuts come with the territory of being an ealry adopter, but also concedes that we are the pioneers that propelled iPhone on the road to success.

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Apple Rolls Out iTunes 7.4, Ringtone Support Included. Now With the Fresh Scent of Lemon

Apple quietly slipped out its promised release of iTunes 7.4, integrating support for yesterdays announced iPod line - as well ringtone support for iPhone, iTunes Wi-Fi Store, and that Starbucks whatchamacallit thing. Beyond that, there really isn't much to say. Once the update is installed a new Ringtone tab is revealed after your iPhone is docked. Guess what that does? I could give a tinker's damn for music ringtones, so I won't be joining you around the campfire singing bad karaoke tunes. Sorry.

The download weighs in roughly 40MB, depending on platform of choice.

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Sibling Rivalry: Will iPod Touch Cannibalize iPhone Sales? Is the Pope Catholic?

Apple may have opened a can of worms by removing all but one reason for buying an iPhone. For starters, they've given the iPhone a vasectomy, freeing of its GSM radio and carrier entanglements, and re-branded it as a standalone product even identical in appearance to its cellular sibling. On paper that seems like a sound strategy for product growth, and it is...for iPod sales. Unfortunately it's not going to do wonders for iPhone's prospects. Many consumers who otherwise might have purchased iPhones will now be offered a choice that will almost certainly lead them to buy an iPod instead.

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Apple's iPhone Price Cut Wounds Early Adopters, Wreaks Havoc on my Wallet

Angry words and heated accusations were being flung at a certain well known product maker today, and I'm not talking about Mattel's recall of lead-painted toys for tots. Early adopters who patiently stood in long lines on June 29 (including yours truly), eager to be first on the block to own iPhones, are being rewarded with the sudden devaluation of their investments. Today Apple dropped the price of its most popular iPhone model (8GB) by $200, just two months after launch. What cost six Ben Franklins yesterday now costs only $399.

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