Archive for August, 2008

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Aug

Q: What? A: It appears that Apple has changed the wordings of their iPhone 3G ads in UK to say “really fast” instead of “twice as fast” [see additionally other post] to avoid running into trouble again with U.K.’s Advertising Standards Authority. Q: Can I watch the ads now ? A: Yes, here they are:
Original “twice as fast” ad tap HEREChanged “really fast” ad tap HERE
Q: Tell me something about the banned

Orginal post by wakuwaku

Category : iPhone Tips | Blog
31
Aug

Q: What is going on? A: whether you want to assemble a close-up photos with your iPhone, you can modify your built-in camera to do the trick. Q: Why should I? A: As many iPhone owners are aware, the iPhone and iPhone 3G are focused at near infinity for versatility. whether you like to take more close-up images, and would like the ability to actually read QRcode and Datamatrix barcodes directly from the phone

Orginal post by wakuwaku

Category : iPhone Tips | Blog
31
Aug

A concept phone called the Ply, designed by KDDI Designing Studio, does a lot more than real phones do. It’s a projector. It’s a scanner. It’s a game console. It’s an iPhone like full-screen touch phone. It additionally has real buttons. It’s EVERYTHING except real.

Orginal post by Mike

Category : Gadget News | Blog
31
Aug

The Japanese wireless carrier Willcom unveiled its Kuma Phone handset concept — a $500 FULL SIZE TEDDY BEAR.

Orginal post by Mike

Category : Gadget News | Blog
31
Aug

Situations: I have 4 icons on my iPhone dock, the phone, mail, safari and the iPod. Q: Can I add a 5th icon to my iPhone dock? A: Yes you can, whether you have an jailbroken iPhone with firm. Q: How? A: Install the application called Five Icon Dock via the Cydia application installer. Q: Okay done, but where is my Five Icon Dock icon? A: There is no icon for the program. Instead, add a fifth icon in

Orginal post by wakuwaku

Category : iPhone Tips | Blog
31
Aug

It seems Apple and AT&T are in talks regarding adding a tethering option to the iPhone. One user emailed Apple to complain about the lack of that feature, particularly considering it is offered on most other smartphones for $30/month.

Supposedly, Steve Jobs replied and said:

We agree, and are discussing it with ATT.

Steve

Interesting. AT&T actually does offer a tethering option for their other smartphones for, you guessed it, $30 a month. But the iPhone has been excluded from that. For those who don’t know, tethering is a feature that allows a user to connect to the Net through their cell phone. In effect, turning their phone into an Web connection for a laptop. As you may remember, Nullriver’s Netshare was pulled from the App Store recently considering it offered that very feature.

[via MacRumors]

Orginal post by Brenda Stokes

Category : iPhone News | Blog
31
Aug

Shortly after Apple announced the sale of its 1,000,000th second generation iPhone, ZAGG had sold by 100,000 invisibleSHIELDs for the iPhone 3G, covering a staggering 10 percent of the devices and placing ZAGG atop the crowded iPhone accessory market. The announcement comes on the heels of the company’s second quarter earnings report, which boasted a nearly 250% increase in year-over-year

Orginal post by wakuwaku

Category : iPhone Tips | Blog