TiPb Live Podcast #94 -- iPhone 4.0-boy!

Join Rene, Phil, and Keith for post-iPhone 4.0 event analysis on multitasking, app folders, iBooks for iPhone, Game Center social network, mail enhancements, enterprise enhancements, iAds, and more. Listen in!

Want to be part of the show?

Grab your iPhone, launch VoiceMemo, record yourself introducing the show. Tell us your name, where you live, your favorite app, and finish it off with “…and my favorite podcast is TiPb Live!” Then email it to news (at) tipb (dot) com with subject "TiPb Live intro". We’ll pick one of you, and you’ll be on the show!

  • Example: “Hi, this is Jon Rubinstein from Sunnyvale, my favorite app is... um... dunno, but my favorite podcast is TiPb Live!”


Thanks to the the iPhone Blog Store for sponsoring the podcast, and to everyone who showed up for the live chat!

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Rene Ritchie

EiC of iMore, EP of Mobile Nations, Apple analyst, co-host of Debug, Iterate, Vector, Review, and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter and Google+.

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TiPb Live Podcast #94 -- iPhone 4.0-boy!


Reasons why Flash can't make iPhone apps:
No. 1: Even in the 3.0 license agreement creating an app in another code that is then converted was NOT allowed.
No. 2: Apple hates Adobe.
No. 3: This would mean I don't have to buy a $2000 computer to make an iPhone app, and Apple DEFINITELY doesn't want that.

I can't get over how Apple just gave us 95% of what I wanted for the next OS upgrade and the TiPb Live podcast sounded like an Apple bashing and whining session. Sure they didn't fix notifications, but WTF? It looks like we are getting almost everything else and certainly gives us feature parity with the other recent phone OS. We still have all the usability and features/apps the other phones can't touch. TiPb has seemingly lost the iPhone love. Is it time to change the name?