Friday, September 19, 2008

Great iPhone Hacks

Crack Open the Firmware

The first major hack, achieved just three days after the iPhone went on sale, gives wannabe iPhone programmers access to the phone's basic firmware -- the code that makes it run. The iPhone Dev Wiki people managed to download the iPhone firmware from the iTunes server where it sits ready for people who need to do a factory reset. Opening the two encrypted disk images contained within was trickier, but soon yielded the passwords for root access (which gives you superuser privileges) and the default user (named "mobile"), both of which are essential for further access to the innards of the operating system. Difficulty: Very Advanced Details: Hacked: IPhone Firmware Already in the Wild

Gain Access to the Shell

To properly dig around inside any computer, you need some form of access to the underlying system. In this case it's Unix, which OS X is based on. The iPhoneInterface application allows just that. First arriving just over a week after the iPhone launch, iPhoneInterface grants access to the shell, the inner sanctum of Unix. It requires that you make, borrow or steal a serial-to-iPhone cable, but once connected, you should -- in theory at least -- have access to the whole OS. Difficulty: Advanced Details: And they're In! IPhone Shell Access Gained

Install a Suite of Unix Utilities

Once you've got access to the shell, the next step is actually running command-line utilities from it. Nightwatch, member of the iPhone Dev Wiki, built the ARM/Mach-O Toolchain, a set of tools to compile software for the iPhone. He or she also recently released a working shell, which enables you to run command line utilities on the iPhone. This is probably the most significant hack to date as it means you can write and run your own applications on the phone. Nightwatch's utilities don't have the gloss of the iPhone's multi-touch interface, or even a graphical interface of any kind, but real programmers don't need pretty pictures, right? Here is a list of the Unix commands that the Toolchain supports, including remote login access (telnet) and a few utilities for file system manipulation. Nightwatch has also compiled an SSH (Secure Shell) server which enables remote code execution on the phone. Difficulty: L33T Hackers only Details: First Real iPhone Apps, including SSH Hello World: Meet the First Third-Party IPhone App

Get Customized Ringtones

Oddly, despite being an iPod loaded with music, Apple lets you use only the standard -- and fairly lame -- ringtones that ship with the iPhone. There's not even an option to purchase and download new ringtones from AT&T. If you are feeling brave, however, you can use some of the previously mentioned applications to add custom ring tones, in only 20 heart-stoppingly dangerous steps. You will need an Intel Mac, a copy of the iPhoneInterface utility and the iPhone firmware (both mentioned above), as well as a utility called Jailbreak (zip file) that lets you run scripts on the iPhone. This could turn your iPhone into a brick, as you are essentially recompiling the operating system, but as the video below shows, it works.

The Great iPhone Hack, round 3 | Apple - CNET News.com
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Hack the iPhone - An international site featuring Mac and Windows ...
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Native iPhone App - iPhone Video Recorder Released - iPhone Hacks
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Physicist: Large Hadron Collider glitch was not unexpected
iPhone developer sidesteps App Store to sell banned Podcaster Report: ... FBI to trace Palin e-mail hacker Security researchers ponder possible Palin hacks Why ... at the California Institute of Technology , called the test run "one of the great ...
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Source: Computerworld
NewsDateTime: 9 hours ago

Iain Thomson
... Financial analyst for data theft Linux security v Microsoft security, the great ... porn Trojan CTO defends researcher's decision to reveal SCADA exploit Web site hacks ... WIN an iPhone – complete the SC Reader Survey for your chance to win! SANS Sydney ...
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Source: Securecomputing.net.au
NewsDateTime: 9/18/2008

Seth Rosenblatt
... can run Windows apps without a Windows installation underneath them, this is great. ... Some of the bugs and hacks we discussed concerned Facebook login failures ... The new iPhone app from Palringo brings an official multi-instant messaging client to ...
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Source: CNET News
NewsDateTime: 9/16/2008

The Daily Download
Some of the bugs and hacks we discussed concerned Facebook login failures ... The blue is neat, but getting that great deep purple found in incognito mode is ... the way Chrome can use Firefox plug-ins; why "Mozilla" is apparently in the iPhone's ...
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Source: Download.com
NewsDateTime: 9/16/2008

VMware delivers fixes for multiple flaws
... Popular porn site hacked by prudes Linux security v Microsoft security, the great ... porn Trojan CTO defends researcher's decision to reveal SCADA exploit Web site hacks ... WIN an iPhone – complete the SC Reader Survey for your chance to win! Gartner IT ...
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Source: Securecomputing.net.au
NewsDateTime: 12 hours ago


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Videos from YouTube
Title: A Closer Look At The iPhone
Categories: News,Phil,Schiller,apple,News,CBS,Blackstone,John,iPhone,

Published on: 1/10/2007 12:30:45 PM
Title: A Closer Look At The iPhone (CBS News)
Categories: News,mp3,Apple,iphone,

Published on: 1/10/2007 11:49:23 AM
Title: Will It Blend? - iPhone
Categories: blend,Entertainment,will,blendtec,it,iPhone,

Published on: 7/10/2007 1:31:02 PM
Title: The Soloist (2008) Trailer
Categories: Jamie,The,Robert,Gay,Entertainment,Hamilton,Catherine,Jr.,Hollander,Soloist,CinemaCentral,Keener,Downey,Foxx,Lisa,Trailer,Tom,

Published on: 9/10/2008 7:54:38 PM
Title: iPhone 3G Review
Categories: 2.0,jail,break,review,camera,adobe,jailbreak,tutorial,2.0.2,apple,hack,crack,updates,23,People,optus,zoom,3g,update,iphone,

Published on: 9/9/2008 3:50:33 AM

Lock down your iPhone

The 1Password native app is an early release that has only the core features of its desktop parent application. It will allow you to save web site log in information so you don’t have to tap those usernames and passwords every single time you access a secure web site from your iPhone or iPod touch. It provides ample security of the data on your device by locking everything with a master password along with a 4-digit code, both of which are configurable. And all the password information is synced to your Mac running the 1Password desktop app.
One of the benefits of using 1Password is that you can use its strong password generation feature if you wish. This will create a super strong password for any web site you use. We’re talking about alphanumeric strings of 200 plus random characters, impossible for a normal human to recall, let alone have to type into a password field. 1Password can create these and enter them into your sign in forms for you, automatically. Of course, you don’t have to use this option if you want to define your own passwords. 1Password will handle either one.
1Password also offers anti-phishing technology that is built right into the application. This will prevent you from entering your password into a web site that appears to be PayPal, for instance, but is actually a phishing scam to capture your account information. With 1Password you also get protection from keyloggers, automatic filling of web forms, and synchronization of password information with other computers including iPhone and iPod touch.
Using 1Password’s iPhone sync is a dream for us. Whenever we need to access a private online account, such as our online banking site, we don’t need to recall the correct password or spend time trying to tap it in. We enter the master passcode for 1Password one time and it will auto enter data whenever we need it to.

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Password Protect Your iPhone with Passcode Lock
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How To: Lock Down Your Mac
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PC World - Lock Down Your PC
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Speck ArmorSkin For iPhone
When you want your iPhone off your belt, you can easily slide it out of the ... The lock means it won’t be swinging on your belt—a feature that can be either good or bad, depending ... belt-loop all but impractical, unless you wear the thing upside-down
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Source: Mac Central
NewsDateTime: 7 hours ago

Review: Toy Bot Diaries for iPhone
Almost all of the game’s challenges are based on lock-and-key puzzles or ... has released a free version —a demo—to let you get a taste before you plunk down your $4. Which, I should add, seems like a reasonable amount for an iPhone game
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Source: Mac Central
NewsDateTime: 9/18/2008

Test driving iPhone 3G (Verdict: mediocre)
It only worked for me in Burlingame, Calif., when I was down there for a meeting ... If you look in your iPhone setting/general/about, does it indicate v2.1? ... but after 2.0) I would regularly try to answer calls and the phone would lock up ...
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Source: CNET News
NewsDateTime: 9/17/2008

Negative Approach
I went out and got myself a shiny new iPhone 3G yesterday from the AT&T store on ... It only worked for me in Burlingame, Calif., when I was down there for a meeting ... Never mind the dropped calls or the death-grip lock-in, just the outrageous cost ...
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Source: CNET News
NewsDateTime: 9/17/2008

Mix: NBC 1M, Trism, iPhone Configuration Utility
Are you having problems with your Airport Express after ... after its release due to a bug that caused the game to lock up ... downloaded and paid for, if Apple so chooses to shut them down. I discovered this doing a forensic examination of an iPhone ...
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Source: iLounge
NewsDateTime: 10 hours ago


iPhone users with PCs can try the free app from 1Password, but will not be able to sync passwords between the PC and the iPhone like current users of the 1Password desktop client for Mac.


Videos from YouTube
Title: A Closer Look At The iPhone
Categories: News,Phil,Schiller,apple,News,CBS,Blackstone,John,iPhone,

Published on: 1/10/2007 12:30:45 PM
Title: A Closer Look At The iPhone (CBS News)
Categories: News,mp3,Apple,iphone,

Published on: 1/10/2007 11:49:23 AM
Title: Will It Blend? - iPhone
Categories: blend,Entertainment,will,blendtec,it,iPhone,

Published on: 7/10/2007 1:31:02 PM
Title: The Soloist (2008) Trailer
Categories: Jamie,The,Robert,Gay,Entertainment,Hamilton,Catherine,Jr.,Hollander,Soloist,CinemaCentral,Keener,Downey,Foxx,Lisa,Trailer,Tom,

Published on: 9/10/2008 7:54:38 PM
Title: iPhone 3G Review
Categories: 2.0,jail,break,review,camera,adobe,jailbreak,tutorial,2.0.2,apple,hack,crack,updates,23,People,optus,zoom,3g,update,iphone,

Published on: 9/9/2008 3:50:33 AM

Air Sharing

Air Sharing from Avatron Software is an extremely robust iPhone application that covers almost all of our data storage and back up needs. The first step to true data portability is the transport mechanism, and this week’s App Store Freebie gives us just that. With Air Sharing, we can mount our iPhones just like an external drive and browse its contents in a familiar directory structure, much like using the Finder. Navigation and scrolling is fast, and we can optionally password protect any directory of our choice. Air Sharing also supports most common file types such as Microsoft Office files, iWork, web pages, pdf, rtf, source code files, and media file types for images, audio, and even video. Air Share is also offers cross platform support that let’s us move our files seamlessly between the iPhone, PC, Mac, and Linux. Air Sharing is at least every bit as good as DataCase and Air Sharing is free of charge, but only for two weeks. As of September 22nd, Air Share will be sold in the App Store for $6.99, so get it while it’s hot.

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The Digital Home
As an iPhone 3G owner since its launch, I've spent considerable time with ... is offering the functionality in the track pad on its MacBook Air. ... But after AT&T offered a $300 subsidy on each iPhone instead of the revenue-sharing model that became ...
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Source: CNET News
NewsDateTime: 9/18/2008

The Cheapskate
Air Sharing Turns your device into a portable, wireless hard drive and document viewer. ... Witness these five excellent apps for the iPhone 3G and updated iPod touch , then check out five more freebies you'll ...
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Source: CNET News
NewsDateTime: 9/17/2008

Apple’s Capricious Rules for iPhone Apps
And there have been so many reports of iPhone 3G users having problems with the 3G network. ... Air Sharing, for a start. My point about the ‘don’t bypass iTunes’ rule was simple: that rule is about not giving away ...
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Source: New York Times Blogs
NewsDateTime: 9/16/2008

Ninja Assassins, E-Mail Hackers and a Digital Media Pile-On
The Google-owned video sharing site has revised its policies to specifically forbid ... an ad deal doomed to failure, Yang and company might have to crank up the air ... Since the launch of the iPhone 3G , there have been loud complaints that the device ...
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Source: Linux Insider
NewsDateTime: 8 hours ago

Last-minute festive tech toys
The Nokia N95 truly is a powerful phone with built-in Wi-Fi combined with 3G ... and the ease of which you can publish these memories online using a video-sharing ... transmitter can pick up conversations from 40 feet away and transmit to an air ...
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Source: Independent
NewsDateTime: 9/18/2008


Air Sharing, an iPhone/iPod touch app that's free only through Sept. 22, is a file storage application that works with Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux systems, as it uses the open WebDAV protocol to accept and share files through your file system or web browser. The app conveniently includes thorough setup and access instructions inside a tabbed Help section. Air Sharing adds unique icons to a whole lot of file types and can preview them, including images, Microsoft Office and iWork files, PDFs, web pages. Air Sharing is free for iPhones and iPod touches for two weeks past its debut yesterday, so grab it while you can. Read on for screenshots and a quick Windows connection how-to. Once you install and fire up Air Sharing, you'll arrive at a basic folder list screen showing what you've got, with options to "Edit" those folders—though all you can really do is delete them from here—and three icons at the bottom of the screen. Also down there is the WebDAV address for your iPhone/iPod touch. If you're itching to get going, you could simply type that into your browser and get a basic download-only view of your files. Click on the Wi-Fi-looking symbol, however, and you'll get a screen showing your "Bonjour" address, which doesn't change from session to session like your IP and gives you additional features on some systems. It's mostly a Mac thing, but it's also installed in Windows when you install iTunes.


Videos from YouTube
Title: A Closer Look At The iPhone
Categories: News,Phil,Schiller,apple,News,CBS,Blackstone,John,iPhone,

Published on: 1/10/2007 12:30:45 PM
Title: A Closer Look At The iPhone (CBS News)
Categories: News,mp3,Apple,iphone,

Published on: 1/10/2007 11:49:23 AM
Title: Will It Blend? - iPhone
Categories: blend,Entertainment,will,blendtec,it,iPhone,

Published on: 7/10/2007 1:31:02 PM
Title: The Soloist (2008) Trailer
Categories: Jamie,The,Robert,Gay,Entertainment,Hamilton,Catherine,Jr.,Hollander,Soloist,CinemaCentral,Keener,Downey,Foxx,Lisa,Trailer,Tom,

Published on: 9/10/2008 7:54:38 PM
Title: iPhone 3G Review
Categories: 2.0,jail,break,review,camera,adobe,jailbreak,tutorial,2.0.2,apple,hack,crack,updates,23,People,optus,zoom,3g,update,iphone,

Published on: 9/9/2008 3:50:33 AM

Yahoo’s one connect

Yahoo oneConnect, a polished communication iphone app combines SMS, social networking, and instant messaging. oneConnect is like an IM client gone wild. You can send instant messages to your contacts on Yahoo or AIM. Or, you can send messages through the SMS protocol which is great, especially if your contacts aren’t using an IM client and just want to receive text messages on their mobile device. Think of oneContact as a social address book, of sorts. It gives you access to the contacts on your iPhone or iPod touch, as well as your contacts in the Yahoo Address Book and your social networks. You simply select a contact, then choose to send them a message via SMS or instant message. You can also use oneConnect to monitor your friends’ activity on supported social networks in a single view. This is similar to FriendFeed, the web-based application that aggregates your social netowrk activity into a single view. FriendFeed does have an iPhone version of their popular service, but since oneConnect is a native iPhone app you’ll experience better performance. Not to mention the SMS, IM, and address book features that FriendFeed does not offer. And here’s the best part, if you’re on wi-fi the text messages you send through oneConnect won’t take away from the paltry SMS included in your data plan. That’s right, free SMS all day, all night. And as if that wasn’t good enough for us, Yahoo throws in a feature called Pulse that it aggregates your messages across a virual boat load of social networking services like Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, LinkedIn, Bebo, Flickr, YouTube, and many more. oneConnect is a very slick iPhone app that sports a clean, easy-to-use interface. You can customize your messages with photos, avatars, and emoticons. The social networking aspect of the app makes using it unlike any other communication app. With oneConnect, Yahoo delivers a powerful and unique communication tool that is a must-have for any iPhone or iPod touch owner. oneConnect is available as a free download through the App Store, but requires a Yahoo account in order to use it.

Yahoo! oneConnect™. A whole new way to communicate on your phone.
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Yahoo! oneConnect™ for iPhone. A new way to stay in touch.
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Yahoo's One Connect - Now Available For Free ! | vhxn.com
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Yahoos One Connect - Now Available For Free ! | IndiaSphere
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News - Digital Media
... to move forward with the deal in the second week of October to mid-October, one ... plans to take the wraps off a new advertising data exchange designed to connect ... PDT with the closing price of Yahoo's stock and other related information.
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Outside the Lines
... at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Yahoo CEO and co-founder Jerry Yang offered a sneak peek at Yahoo's ... It can connect to any service we want to connect to, and if one should go away, we do the thing the Internet does so well, route ...
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Source: CNET News
NewsDateTime: 9/15/2008

The Daily Download
There are five screen views in Yahoo OneConnect, most whose functions connect to one other. ... The mobile application Yahoo Go primarily serves as Yahoo's hub for the rainbow of its services--e-mail, headline and ...
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Source: Download.com
NewsDateTime: 7 hours ago

Full review: Yahoo OneConnect for iPhone
Yahoo's OneConnect for iPhone is a strange compilation. More complicated in construct than an instant messenger ... There are five screen views in Yahoo OneConnect, most whose functions connect to one other. For instance, you need to the add ...
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Source: Download.com
NewsDateTime: 9/17/2008

The Daily Download
There are five screen views in Yahoo OneConnect, most whose functions connect to one other. For instance, you need to the add ... The mobile application Yahoo Go primarily serves as Yahoo's hub for the rainbow of its services--e-mail, headline and ...
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Source: Download.com
NewsDateTime: 9/17/2008


oneConnect is available as a free download through the App Store, but requires a Yahoo account in order to use it.


Videos from YouTube
Title: A Closer Look At The iPhone
Categories: News,Phil,Schiller,apple,News,CBS,Blackstone,John,iPhone,

Published on: 1/10/2007 12:30:45 PM
Title: A Closer Look At The iPhone (CBS News)
Categories: News,mp3,Apple,iphone,

Published on: 1/10/2007 11:49:23 AM
Title: Will It Blend? - iPhone
Categories: blend,Entertainment,will,blendtec,it,iPhone,

Published on: 7/10/2007 1:31:02 PM
Title: iPhone 3G Review
Categories: 2.0,jail,break,review,camera,adobe,jailbreak,tutorial,2.0.2,apple,hack,crack,updates,23,People,optus,zoom,3g,update,iphone,

Published on: 9/9/2008 3:50:33 AM
Title: The Soloist (2008) Trailer
Categories: Jamie,The,Robert,Gay,Entertainment,Hamilton,Catherine,Jr.,Hollander,Soloist,CinemaCentral,Keener,Downey,Foxx,Lisa,Trailer,Tom,

Published on: 9/10/2008 7:54:38 PM

iPhone Quick Tips

General Usage

[When scrolling]

you can wait for the scrolling to come to a stop, or tap or touch anywhere on the screen to stop it immediately. Tapping or touching to stop scrolling won’t choose or activate anything on the screen. To quickly scroll to the top of a list, webpage, or email, just tap the status bar.
The point about tapping status bar is useful. It also mentions that in Safari tapping the status bar will reveal the address bar allowing you to search or enter a URL.

Handy tips for more efficient typing:


Quickly type a period and space Double-tap the space bar. Turn caps lock on Enable caps lock , then double-tap the Shift key. The Shift key turns blue, and all letters you type are uppercase. Tap the Shift key again to turn caps lock off. Type letters or symbols that aren’t on the keyboard Press and hold the related letter or symbol, then slide to choose a variation. See a link’s destination address:

[In Mail, Safari]

touch and hold the link. The address pops up next to your finger. You can touch and hold an image to see if it has a link.
Save a photo attachment to your Camera Roll album:
Press and hold the image, then tap Save Image. Applies to images in Safari too.
Deleting messages in Mail or SMS:
You can also delete a message directly from the mailbox message list by swiping left or right over the message title, then tapping Delete.
Phone Jump to favorites from anywhere:
Double-click the Home button.
Requires setting to be enabled under Settings > General > Home Button.
Bring up the last number you dialed:
Tap Keypad, then tap Call. Tap Call again to dial the number.
Block calls and maintain Wi-Fi access to the Internet:
In Settings, turn on Airplane Mode, then tap Wi-Fi and turn it on.
Set iPhone to add the correct prefix when dialing from another country:
In Settings, tap Phone, then turn International Assist on. This lets you make calls to your home country using the numbers in your contacts and favorites, without having to add a prefix or your country code.
Safari Scroll within a frame on a webpage:
Use two fingers to scroll within a frame on a webpage. Use one finger to scroll the entire webpage.
Submit a form:
Once you finish filling out a form, tap Go or Search. Most pages also have a link you can tap to submit the form.
Close the keyboard without submitting the form: Tap Done.
iPod Convert a video to work with iPhone in iTunes:
Select the video in your iTunes library and choose Advanced > Convert Selection for iPod/iPhone. Then add the converted video to iPhone.
Return to the iPod browse lists:
Tap ? Or swipe to the right over the album cover.
You can display playback controls at any time when you’re listening to music and using another application—or even when iPhone is locked—by double-clicking the Home button.
Requires iPod Controls to be enabled in Settings > General > Home Button
Unlike music you can delete videos on iPhone:
In the videos list, swipe left or right over the video, then tap Delete.
Set a sleep timer:
From the Home screen choose Clock > Timer, then flick to set the number of hours and minutes. Tap When Timer Ends and choose Sleep iPod, tap Set, then tap Start to start the timer.
Photos Add a photo to your Photo Library:
Press and hold the photo, then tap Save Image.
Maps To conserve battery life, turn Locations Services off when you’re not using it. In Settings, choose General > Location Services.
Just speculation but this might help when location services go AWOL
Zooming out:
Pinch the map. Or tap the map with two fingers. Tap with two fingers again to zoom out further.
See a list of the businesses found in the search: From the Map screen, tap List.
I wasn’t sure what the List option was for. It seems kind of out of place next to Map, Satellite and Hybrid.
Settings Setting the double click function of the home button:
Choose General > Home Button to set preferences for double-clicking the Home button. You can set iPhone so that double-clicking the Home button goes to either to the Home screen, Phone Favorites, or the iPod screen.
Reset the keyboard dictionary:
Choose General > Reset and tap Reset Keyboard Dictionary. You add words to the keyboard dictionary by rejecting words iPhone suggests as you type. Tap a word to reject the correction and add the word to the keyboard dictionary. Resetting the keyboard dictionary erases all words you’ve added.
Reset the location warnings:
Choose General > Reset and tap Reset Location Warnings. Locations warnings are the requests made by applications (such as Camera and Maps) to use Location Services with those applications. iPhone stops presenting the warning for an application the second time you tap OK. Tap Reset Location Warnings to resume the warnings.
Its a pity this and the one above it are all or nothing.
Set iPhone to add the correct prefix when dialing from another country:
In Settings, tap Phone, then turn International Assist on. This lets you make calls to your home country using the numbers in your contacts and favorites, without having to add a prefix or your country code (not available in all areas).
Store Checking for updates to App Store apps is all automatic:


iPhone Quick Tips Video - CBSNews.com
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Quick Tips: iPhone Mobile Me Video - CBSNews.com
CNET TV Executive Editor Tom Merritt explains how to set up the Mobile Me feature on an iPhone with the 2.0 firmware.
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FriendFeed redesign - win; Twitter redesign - ‘lipstick on a pig’?
A quick recap of the improvements: Twitter : Tab relocation Deletion of redundant ... Redesign makes no difference through Twhirl or Twitterific or the iPhone or another ... Please send any news, tips or ideas to mediaphyter SHIFT 2 gmail DOT com or follow ...
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NewsDateTime: 14 hours ago

Web 2.0
Do you see a problem here?" he posed, showing another slide of the popular iPhone ... NEW YORK--At the Web 2.0 Expo, I got a quick demo of Present.ly , which is another ... Solis' tips for the audience: get to know bloggers as well as traditional ...
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Source: CNET News
NewsDateTime: 5 hours ago

Kent German
When Apple released the iPhone 2.1 software update last Friday, the company promised ... Aaron Kohn said that there also will be an online "green" guide with tips on eco ... We gave the camera a quick spin and were especially impressed with the panorama mode
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Source: CNET News
NewsDateTime: 9/18/2008

How to get more out of your BlackBerry
Apple's App Store - which allows users to download all manner of applications - has iPhone converts frothing at the mouth. ... A couple of quick tips for managing your power requirements include disabling any unused connectivity options, carrying a spare ...
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Source: Silicon.com
NewsDateTime: 15 hours ago

The Daily Download
Further, the service has a quick and easy rating system--again, enabled by the iPhone's elegant interface--that allows everyone to weigh in on the ... There are a ton of tips out there for improving mobile phone images, and most of them involve a ...
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Source: Download.com
NewsDateTime: 9/18/2008


Whenever you access the App Store, it checks for updates to applications you’ve installed. By default, the App Store also automatically checks for updates every week. The App Store icon shows the total number of application updates available. If an update is available and you access the App Store, the Updates screen appears immediately.
Ensure all iTunes and App Store items on the phone are listed in iTunes:
You can use iTunes to verify that all the music, videos, applications, and other items you bought from the iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store or App Store are in your iTunes library. You might want to do this if a download was interrupted. Verify your purchases:
Make sure your computer is connected to the Internet. In iTunes, choose Store > Check for Purchases. Enter your iTunes Store account ID and password, then click Check. Purchases not yet on your computer are downloaded.


Videos from YouTube
Title: A Closer Look At The iPhone
Categories: News,Phil,Schiller,apple,News,CBS,Blackstone,John,iPhone,

Published on: 1/10/2007 12:30:45 PM
Title: A Closer Look At The iPhone (CBS News)
Categories: News,mp3,Apple,iphone,

Published on: 1/10/2007 11:49:23 AM
Title: Will It Blend? - iPhone
Categories: blend,Entertainment,will,blendtec,it,iPhone,

Published on: 7/10/2007 1:31:02 PM
Title: The Soloist (2008) Trailer
Categories: Jamie,The,Robert,Gay,Entertainment,Hamilton,Catherine,Jr.,Hollander,Soloist,CinemaCentral,Keener,Downey,Foxx,Lisa,Trailer,Tom,

Published on: 9/10/2008 7:54:38 PM
Title: iPhone 3G Review
Categories: 2.0,jail,break,review,camera,adobe,jailbreak,tutorial,2.0.2,apple,hack,crack,updates,23,People,optus,zoom,3g,update,iphone,

Published on: 9/9/2008 3:50:33 AM

The onerous iPhone development process

Software developer Mike Ash just outlined the 22 steps he went through to get his application onto your iPhone: Development for iPhone is an incredibly difficult process, much more difficult than it needs to be. The arduous process of shipping an application for the Mac suddenly appears to be absolutely straightforward after going through this mess. I really don't envy those companies who have staked their success to the iPhone platform. The amount of arbitrary hassle, uncertainty, and delay in the process can only feel vastly worse when your livelihood depends on it. Based on Mike's notes, the process clearly leaves a bit to be desired, but doesn't seem all that different than developing for other closed-wall systems, like video games. And because a mobile phone has to deal with the FCC and other restrictions there will always be inherent difficulties. A lot of what Mike went through seems bad/weird communication, but at least Apple put the app through bug testing and eventually got it out the door. His post is a great read to shed some light on what developers go through to get you great software.

The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs: Regarding our iPhone
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Apple Developer Connection
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iPhone Developer Program
... complete and integrated process for developing, debugging, and distributing your free, commercial, or in-house applications for iPhone and iPod touch. Complete with development ...
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iPhone Atlas - iPhone guides, help, applications, news and more ...
... line, dubbed PWRficient, or a still-in-development chip from the small fabless designer in the iPhone or ... simply deleting all applications from the iPhone (via a restore process ...
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iPhone Development: Go Web, Young Programmer
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The extremely onerous iPhone development process
Software developer Mike Ash just outlined the 22 steps he went through to get his application onto your iPhone. Development for iPhone is an incredibly difficult process, much more difficult than it needs to be. The arduous process of shipping an ...
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Source: CNET News
NewsDateTime: 9 hours ago

News - Wireless
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Source: CNET News
NewsDateTime: 9/18/2008

iPhone developer bypasses App Store to sell banned Podcaster
Kennedy, who advises clients on iPhone development issues, said Sokirynsky was "stretching the Ad-Hoc distribution model a bit ... I think this is an ongoing process," said Kennedy in an interview today, talking about the App Store approval procedure
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Source: Industry Standard
NewsDateTime: 5 hours ago

IPhone Will Be A Game Changer For Games Industry
... allows users to purchase games -- as well as other applications -- directly from the iPhone itself with just a few taps on the screen. The process is ... It is not a great customer experience," says Andrew Stein, director of mobile business development ...
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Source: CNBC
NewsDateTime: 9/18/2008

Mix: NBC 1M, Trism, iPhone Configuration Utility
A recently published Apple patent applications suggests the company intends to patent the process for iTunes Tagging ... with Forbes , id Software co-founder and Doom creator John Carmack spoke about his company’s plans for iPhone development. “We ...
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The iPhone Development Story I just got my first application in the iTunes App Store, and I wanted to tell the story of what it's like to publish one, from start to finish. The app, NetAwake, is an independent project I wrote with my friend Joshua. It makes an interesting story, I think, because unlike the sordid tale of some people's struggle to get accepted into the iPhone developer program, my personal experience was perfectly normal. (As far as I know.) But even a perfectly normal experience with the iPhone developer program is intensely weird. Compared to the simplicity of developing and distributing a Mac app, Apple's iPhone program is extremely convoluted and strange. Here's the story, step by step. 1. Sign up with the iPhone Dev Center The iPhone Dev Center is Apple's portal page for iPhone development. Here, you can download the SDK and find tutorial videos and documentation. For reasons unknown to me, merely having an account with the Apple Developer Connection does not suffice. I have to sign up again for the iPhone site. This is pretty straightforward, however: just click through some scary legal forms and off you go. Now I can download the SDK and get started. 2. Enroll in the iPhone Developer Program I'm not done signing up with stuff yet! You see, although I signed up and clicked through the scary legal stuff and downloaded the SDK, I can't actually install any software on my iPhone. I can read documentation, write code, compile it, and even run it in the iPhone simulator, but I can't get it onto my actual iPhone. (And don't think that the simulator makes for an adequate development platform. There's a reason it's called a "simulator" and not an "emulator". Running on the real hardware ends up being pretty different.) For this privilege, Apple makes me sign up for the developer program. I get to fill out some more forms, click through some more scary legal stuff, and send off my request. Request? That's right, I don't get an answer immediately. Instead I get to.... 3. Wait This step is going to come up again. I believe that this time the answer came the next business day. 4. Pay Did I mention that the program is not free? And remember, this isn't to distribute apps, it's just to start realistically working on them. $99 to put apps on my own iPhone. (Or as it happens, on my own iPod Touch.) But I pay my money and shortly afterwards I receive an activation code. Now I'm ready to put software on my iPhone! Well, not quite. 5. Provision A stock iPhone won't take any software that hasn't been signed by Apple. This puts us third-party guys in a bind, because we can't get Apple to sign every single build we make. So what Apple does is allow you to create a provisioning profile. This is a cryptographic blob which essentially tells your iPhone to accept apps signed by you and not just Apple. To create it, we have to get the iPhone's unique identifier (accessible through Xcode) and then paste it into Apple's web form, then download the result from Apple. Very oddly, although I am enrolled as an individual developer, I still have to make a request and then manually approve my own request before the provisioning profile can be generated. I download the profile, install it using Xcode, and now I'm ready to put software on my iPhone! And if you believe that, you haven't been paying attention. 6. Certificate I said that the provisioning profile tells the iPhone to accept software signed by you. Well, you also need a certificate to sign with. And of course this can't be any old certificate, but a special one made by Apple. The process here is fairly involved. You get to open Keychain Access, go to a little-used corner, generate a certificate request, open the result in a text editor, copy/paste the blob of random characters into Apple's web form, and then submit it. Then you get to download and install the result (after placing a request, and then approving that same request) as well as an intermediate certificate provided by Apple. And if you're like me, you also get to scratch your head over a bunch of really bizarre errors until you have a sudden flash of inspiration and run Keychain First Aid to fix corruption. But now it's all done! My iPhone (iPod Touch) is provisioned, I have my certificate, I have the intermediate certificate, and I am now finally ready to put software on it. Come on, you know better than that by now. 7. Screw about in Xcode Of course none of this goes quite right. There are a bunch of settings in Xcode that have to perfectly match the stuff that you gave to Apple, and they don't start out matching. The errors are essentially worthless. I believe I only ever saw Xcode generate one error, over and over and over again, as it encountered a whole bunch of different problems. But by careful log reading, insight, pure random luck, and internet searches, I finally arrive at a working system. I build in Xcode, and the application appears on my iPhone (iPod Touch). Yes, really. I'm not kidding this time. It actually worked, at last. 8. Develop! This is what I'm here for, after all. Now that all the pieces are finally in place, I can get down to writing code. (Yes, I could write code before. But I couldn't run it on the hardware that it was targeting, which made it somewhat less useful that it otherwise could be.) As everybody knows, developing for the iPhone is a lot like developing for the Mac. Instead of Cocoa, you have Cocoa touch, which is very similar. There are significant differences as well, though, so it takes some getting used to. In addition to the perfectly natural difficulties encountered from working on a new platform, there's also a big artificial difficulty. As any experienced developer knows, a great deal of help can be had from simply talking to other developers working on the same system. But Apple doesn't let us do that! If you'll recall, I mentioned a bunch of scary legal stuff that you had to click through to sign up with the program. Among all the other stuff, it included the &*%#ing NDA (WARNING: link contains extremely large curse words) which says that we can't talk about this stuff, with anyone, ever. And it's not just boilerplate. If you read between the lines a bit on Apple's cocoa-dev info page, they pretty much come right out and threaten to sue anyone who violates their NDA on the mailing list. It's not just code that takes the hit. Xcode took a lot of magic incantations to work as well. It would have been a lot easier if I had been able to (legally) talk with my fellow developers about it. 9. Ship At last, the product is complete, and it's ready to be given to the customers. Well, not quite. This being the iPhone, Apple has a lot more hoops for me to jump through first! I had thought that all the craziness with certificates was behind me. I should have known better. 10. Certificate For reasons entirely unknown to me, a build that is intended for distribution through the iTunes App Store needs to be built with a special distribution certificate. I don't understand why Apple can't just sign the build with their own special certificate. But apparently that's not good enough. So I go through the whole process all over again. Keychain Access, request, approve my own request, download, install. Now I'm ready to ship. I realize you're probably getting tired of this game, so I'll stop. Next time I say that I'm ready to ship, I'll mean it. Because of course, I'm not ready yet! 11. Provision I forgot to mention that you need a special distribution provisioning profile too. I don't really understand why. You can't even install the built-for-distribution app on the iPhone. But there you have it. 12. Screw about in Xcode You may recognize this from step 7. It's the same basic thing, but with a new twist. There are literally pages of instructions (admittedly, largely due to having a bunch of screenshots) detailing how to reconfigure the Xcode project to use this special magic distribution certificate instead of the development certificate I had before. The first time I went through these pages of instructions, I apparently missed something because when I built I got The Error instead of having things work. When I went back and redid the instructions from the top, suddenly it worked! 13. Submit This involves filling out a pretty standard web form. First they ask a bunch of basic information about the app, such as its name, its version number, a description, and whether it includes cryptography. (Apps which include cryptography need a special license to be sold outside the United States. As if the US had some sort of monopoly on cryptography! And yes, this foolishness is due to Uncle Sam, not Apple.) Next I get to a screen where I can upload the application, a large size icon, and screenshots. I click and upload the application. Then I do the icon. For some reason, Apple does not accept PNG files for either the icon or the screenshots, even though that's what their screenshot tools generate (on both platforms) and Mac OS X has had support for it since day one. They do support TIFF and JPEG. Alas, I don't notice this prohibition at first, and I upload a PNG version of my large icon. Somewhere in this process, something chokes, and I'm shown a cryptic error screen. I press the back button, and I'm informed that my session has timed out. I go back to the main page, log in again, and go to the applications area. Nothing is listed. All of my previous work has been lost, and I have to re-enter everything a second time. Fantastic. I go through it all a second time, this time noticing and respecting the TIFF/JPEG requirements, and I make it through successfully. I set a price for the program, and now, at last, finally, it is ready to be purchased. Just kidding! I'm sorry. I know I said I wouldn't do this anymore. But I couldn't resist. 14. Wait The app sits in the list with this nice yellow gumdrop and a tag reading "In Review". There is no indication of progress, no ETA, no indication that anything is being done. I assume that something is, but I have to take this completely on faith. This is when I started writing this post. While researching it, I went back and went through some of the motions that I had to do earlier on, so I could remember what they looked like. While I was doing this, I managed to hit all the right buttons to sign up with the iPhone Developer Program. Not one to let sanity stand in their way, Apple happily accepted my submission a second time. And so my account was thrown back in time, from being enrolled to once again waiting for acceptance. I quickly sent off an e-mail to Apple requesting help, and then sat down for some low level panic. Fortunately, my status was changed back to being accepted within a couple of hours. Apple finally replied to my frantic request for help last week, about three weeks after I sent it. You'd think that with the NDA in place preventing us from helping each other, the least Apple could do would be to answer their e-mails in a timely fashion. 15. Get Rejected About a week later, I get an e-mail from Apple. Wouldn't you know it, Apple can't make the thing work, so they reject the application. This e-mail is actually pretty decent, with the majority of it obviously written by an actual human about my particular case. When I write back to ask if they had run through NetAwake's troubleshooting guide, they reply within just a few hours to say that they had and it didn't help. Good on them for being so responsive! Of course this puts my partner and me in a tough situation. The program works fine on our networks, but not on Apple's. And while Apple was nice about responding to my query, it's obvious that I can't get them to bust out a network sniffer and tell me about their router configuration. After a great deal of thought we come up with a couple of things that might help it work on Apple's network, apply the fixes, and are ready to try them out on Apple. 16. Screw about in Xcode This time it doesn't take nearly as long, but Xcode still has to put up some token resistance. There are two code-signing files that are supposed to be embedded in the application, and only one shows up in my initial build. After some clean building and a great deal of cussing, suddenly both of them show up, and I'm good to go. 17. Resubmit Fortunately Apple provides a streamlined process for submitting a new build of a rejected application. A special link appears in the application's information on the submission site, and uploading the new application is just a couple of clicks away. 18. Wait Of course once you're rejected you go to the back of the line, and I get to wait another week to see if the fixes did the trick or not. 19. Get Rejected Again A week after resubmitting (nearly three weeks after the original submission), another e-mail from Apple arrives. This time they've found a legitimate bug in the application, and have rejected it because of that. This is perfectly understandable, and is actually a very good service they provide. But it is extremely annoying to have to wait a week to discover that they've found a bug, and then wait another week to see if the fix works for them. (Note, I'm not saying that the first rejection wasn't a bug. Maybe it was, maybe it wasn't. I don't really have enough information to say one way or the other. This one definitely was, though.) 20. Re-Resubmit My partner makes the fix, I submit again, and the waiting game begins. This is somewhat nail-biting by now, because not only is it possible that our bug fix didn't quite work and we've just wasted another week (although unlikely), but because of this bug we still don't know whether our fix for the original rejection worked. 21. Wait Again Of course it takes Apple another week to check our new submission. As explained, much nail biting ensues. 22. Accepted! Finally, nearly a month after the original submission, the application is accepted by Apple and appears in the store. It spent longer going through Apple's approval process than it did in development! And while Apple did find a legitimate bug, spending a month in limbo for a single bug is a very poor tradeoff. Conclusion Development for iPhone is an incredibly difficult process, much more difficult than it needs to be. The arduous process of shipping an application for the Mac suddenly appears to be absolutely straightforward after going through this mess. I really don't envy those companies who have staked their success to the iPhone platform. The amount of arbitrary hassle, uncertainty, and delay in the process can only feel vastly worse when your livelihood depends on it.


Videos from YouTube
Title: A Closer Look At The iPhone
Categories: News,Phil,Schiller,apple,News,CBS,Blackstone,John,iPhone,

Published on: 1/10/2007 12:30:45 PM
Title: A Closer Look At The iPhone (CBS News)
Categories: News,mp3,Apple,iphone,

Published on: 1/10/2007 11:49:23 AM
Title: Will It Blend? - iPhone
Categories: blend,Entertainment,will,blendtec,it,iPhone,

Published on: 7/10/2007 1:31:02 PM
Title: iPhone 3G Review
Categories: 2.0,jail,break,review,camera,adobe,jailbreak,tutorial,2.0.2,apple,hack,crack,updates,23,People,optus,zoom,3g,update,iphone,

Published on: 9/9/2008 3:50:33 AM
Title: The Soloist (2008) Trailer
Categories: Jamie,The,Robert,Gay,Entertainment,Hamilton,Catherine,Jr.,Hollander,Soloist,CinemaCentral,Keener,Downey,Foxx,Lisa,Trailer,Tom,

Published on: 9/10/2008 7:54:38 PM

Apple Recalls iphone 3G Ultra Compact USB Power Adapter

Apple has today announced that it is recalling the USB power adapter included with the iPhone 3G. It has been discovered that the new ultracompact Apple USB power adapter’s metal prongs can break off and remain in a power outlet, creating the risk of electric shock. Apple has received reports of detached prongs involving a very small percentage of the adapters sold, but no injuries have been reported. The ultracompact USB power adapters were supplied with every iPhone 3G sold in the following countries: US Japan Canada Mexico Colombia Ecuador El Salvador Guatemala Honduras Peru Countries where ultracompact USB power adapters were sold only as a standalone accessory: Argentina Chile Costa Rica Panama Apple USB power adapters supplied with original iPhones or supplied with iPhone 3G units sold in other countries are not affected. Users with ultracompact power adapters should immediately stop using them until they exchange them for a new, redesigned ultracompact adapter. In the meantime, they should charge their iPhone 3G by connecting it to their computer with the USB cable that came with their iPhone or by using a standard-sized Apple USB Power Adapter (with fold up prongs) or with a third party adapter designed to work with the iPhone, such as a car charger. Apple adds that replacement adapters which will not be available until October 10th will have a green dot on them to make identification easier. Affected users may order a replacement adapter via Apple’s web-based form or in person at an Apple retail store beginning October 10th.

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Fix Your Thinking
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Micro iPhone charger only in U.S. | The Apple Core | ZDNet.com
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Apple recalls iPhone power adapters
Apple today admitted that an ultra-compact USB power adapter, shipping with the iPhone 3G, poses a safety threat. The company says that under certain circumstances the metal prongs can break off in the power outlet, creating a risk of electric shock ...
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Source: MacNN
NewsDateTime: 3 hours ago

Apple recalls iPhone 3G power adapter cube
iPhone 3G Ultra Compact USB Power Adapter Apple’s tiny little cube-shaped AC power adapter that comes bundled with all new iPhone 3G’s apparently has a bit of design flaw. The metal prongs extending from the iPhone 3G wall-charger cube are ...
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Source: Intomobile.com
NewsDateTime: 2 hours ago

Apple recalls Ultracompact USB Power Adapter, but calls it an exchange ...
Apple recalls Ultracompact USB Power Adapter, but calls it an exchange program ... Attention iP3G and Ultracompact USB Power Adapter owners- Today, Apple made it clear that the ... American countries where adapters were sold with iPhone 3G or ...
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Source: Crunchgear.com
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Apple USB power adapters supplied with original iPhones or supplied with iPhone 3G units sold in other countries are not affected. Users with ultracompact power adapters should immediately stop using them until they exchange them for a new, redesigned ultracompact adapter. In the meantime, they should charge their iPhone 3G by connecting it to their computer with the USB cable that came with their iPhone or by using a standard-sized Apple USB Power Adapter (with fold up prongs) or with a third party adapter designed to work with the iPhone, such as a car charger. Apple adds that replacement adapters which will not be available until October 10th will have a green dot on them to make identification easier. Affected users may order a replacement adapter via Apple’s web-based form or in person at an Apple retail store beginning October 10th.


Videos from YouTube
Title: A Closer Look At The iPhone
Categories: News,Phil,Schiller,apple,News,CBS,Blackstone,John,iPhone,

Published on: 1/10/2007 12:30:45 PM
Title: A Closer Look At The iPhone (CBS News)
Categories: News,mp3,Apple,iphone,

Published on: 1/10/2007 11:49:23 AM
Title: Will It Blend? - iPhone
Categories: blend,Entertainment,will,blendtec,it,iPhone,

Published on: 7/10/2007 1:31:02 PM
Title: iPhone 3G Review
Categories: 2.0,jail,break,review,camera,adobe,jailbreak,tutorial,2.0.2,apple,hack,crack,updates,23,People,optus,zoom,3g,update,iphone,

Published on: 9/9/2008 3:50:33 AM
Title: The Soloist (2008) Trailer
Categories: Jamie,The,Robert,Gay,Entertainment,Hamilton,Catherine,Jr.,Hollander,Soloist,CinemaCentral,Keener,Downey,Foxx,Lisa,Trailer,Tom,

Published on: 9/10/2008 7:54:38 PM

iPhone 3G accessories

Here are some of the basic ones… iPhone Cases Have you ever wondered why you are actually purchased your third iPhone case in half a year? Even these iphone cases, the simplest iPhone accessories are always becoming better, until you see something new. You can have reddened and hard cases, leather cases, metal cases, red, yellow, pink and black cases, cases that actually protect your iPhone and the ones that just look good on it or that go with your new dress. Well, it is just natural that Apple as a leading force and its partners, should substance a wide variety of iPhone accessories, and it is just natural that you will eventually own more of these cases, to meet the occasion or your mood, or just to protect you iPhone from nearby children. iPhone Headset and Travel Charger Your next purchase after an iphone case should perhaps be an iPhone Bluetooth Headset, to be able to answer your calls wirelessly, easily and elegantly and you will also need to get a travel/car charger, to be able to charge your phone when you are on the move. When you get bored with these basic iPhone accessories, having purchased earphones and perhaps some speakers as well, you might be interested in what they have on substance outside the realm of customary accessories for iPhones. Well, as could be expected, the list is literally endless. You can purchase for example mini screen wipers for your iPhone, to clear the smudges on your screen. Or to prevent even these smudges, you can acquire a arrange of phone fingers in different sizes, that you can just fit on your fingers patch using the touch screen and it will stay totally clear. You might also want to try the iPhone travel pillow, with built in speakers, this way, you will have a pillow for your flight, and your ears won’t be hurting from the earphones. Any iPhone accessory could basically come handy once, though it’s quite manifest that a unify of mini screen wipers for your screen is slightly less essential than a decent case, so try to grab this latter first. However, purchasing an iPhone will generally just introduce you to the magical world of iPhone accessories. Have fun with your iPhone, for this is only the beginning. Apple has a lot more in store for its knight in shinning armor, and am sure they have some pretty cool new iphone accessories in the works for you hard core iphone users. It still amazes me to this day how they can pack so much into something so little. For more information on the Apple Iphone and Iphone Accessories visit our Iphone Accessories and Iphone Tricks Blog at - iPhone Accessories.

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Apple iPhone 3G accessories - CNET Reviews
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XtremeMac Unveils High-Performance Chargers for Apple's iPhone 3G and ...
NEW YORK , Sept. 18 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- HOLIDAY SPECTACULAR! -- XtremeMac, a portfolio brand of Imation Corp. IMN and a leading innovator of accessories for Apple(R) products, announced today that it has expanded its existing line of high ...
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Source: MSN MoneyCentral
NewsDateTime: 9/18/2008

XtremeMac Introduces Cases for Apple's iPhone 3G, Latest iPod Models
NEW YORK , Sept. 18 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- HOLIDAY SPECTACULAR! -- XtremeMac, a portfolio brand of Imation Corp. IMN and a leading innovator of accessories for Apple(R) products, announced today a new line of custom-designed accessories to protect ...
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Source: MSN MoneyCentral
NewsDateTime: 9/18/2008

Griffin adds more sight, sound to iPhone 3G
On Wednesday, Griffin Technology unveiled its latest iPhone accessories at Apple Expo in Paris, including the AirCurve acoustic amplifier dock and the Clarifi protective case . The AirCurve dock collects and amplifies the sound from the built-in ...
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Source: CNET News
NewsDateTime: 9/17/2008

XtremeMac Rolls out New IPhone 3G Accessories
XtremeMac on Thursday introduced new cases, audio systems and chargers for Apple's iPhone 3G and new iPod models. Most of the new items are expected for release in November. New cases include the Tuffshield, Micrsoshield, Tuffwrap, Microsclip, Verona ...
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Source: PC World
NewsDateTime: 9/18/2008

The Wild World of iPhone 3G Accessories
Like the iPod before it, the iPhone has sparked a cottage industry of cases, speakers, power peripherals and other sub-gadgets. From protecting your iPhone 3G from scratches to sending its video to a big-screen TV, here are some of the best and most ...
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Source: TechNewsWorld
NewsDateTime: 9/15/2008


Buying your first iPhone is a long process, longer than you could have initially expected. It does not only involve the actual purchase of the iPhone, you have to acquire various iPhone accessories, to be able to become the really trendy owner of your new gadget, and in some cases, to protect it, or to maximize its capabilities. Iphone accessories are simply things from which you will always seek more of.


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