The title explains it all: Revealed in Apple’s new iPhone Guided Tour video is the swanky handset’s previously-unknown ability to read Word, Excel, and PDF document e-mail attachments.
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New version features much-improved interface with a better look and feel in keeping with the Apple’s soon-to-be-released iPhone.
Our first version of Gcalc received as many brickbats as bouquets, mostly for the (we’re happy to admit) ordinary interface. I think one comment was that it had been hit with an ugly stick.
We’ll, we’ve started again from the ground up and this time, given it a more Mac-like feel with a brushed aluminium interface, interactive buttons and a clean design.
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Despite Apple’s claims it would seem the iPhone won’t be able to view fully-blown websites after all. However, Apple have made up for it by upgrading the handset in other areas with just over a week until launch.
Apple have been claiming in their current TV adverts that “this is not a watered down version of the internet” but Apple’s specifications for web developers tell a different story.
read it here mbmagazine.co.uk
Aliph, a leading developer of mobile audio products that deliver the best user experience in any environment, today announced that its Jawbone Bluetooth headset with Noise Shield will be sold along with the iPhone at all 157 Apple Stores and at Apple.com beginning June 29, 2007.
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AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson yesterday at the NXTcomm conference showed off AT&T’s new video sharing service. The “first-ever service” in the U.S. allows users to share live video over their cell phones while talking. While this is cool, guess what, it won’t work on the iPhone. And this video service is way too expensive.
Let’s take a look at AT&T’s new video service:
read it here informationweek
Even for Apple, which has thrived on taking risks, the iPhone represents an audacious bet—possibly its biggest. When the new smart phone hits store shelves in the U.S. on June 29, the company will have a lot more on the line than the success or failure of one product.
With a hit, Apple will revolutionize the mobile phone industry. It will cement its reputation for creating gadgets whose chic designs and ease of use are so compelling that consumers will pay more for them.
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Are you busily designing web apps for the iPhone, but are a little nervous because you don’t know what they will look like on it (since the iPhone isn’t out yet and all)? Marketcircle, makers of the Daylite Productivity Suite, have just the app for you and best of all it is free (and will eventually be open sourced).
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AT&T plans to announce new service plans customized specifically for Apple’s iPhone but will not make such details public until June 29—the same day the device is due to launch in the United States—an executive for the wireless carrier told USA Today.
Larry Carter, senior vice president of sales for AT&T, confirmed that his firm has added 2,000 extra retail sales people for the launch—half of which will be there just to help handle the expected early crush of buyers.
read it here appleinsider
Doing dry runs with Apple’s iPhone, the world’s most anticipated mobile phone due out at the end of June, has been challenging. Tests of the iPhone had to be done in places frequented by wireless users. Under strict orders to keep the phone under wraps, technicians had to hide or disguise the phone when in public.
read it here newsfactor
Wi-Fi TV Inc. (PINKSHEETS: WTVI) is providing all purchasers of Wi-Fi TV Stations during the month of June with the ability to have short videos available for download to the new iPhone® on the day of the iPhone release (June 29).
Wi-Fi TV is encoding and posting the videos provided by new Wi-Fi TV Station owners to the Wi-Fi TV iTunes® Store. Each video can be saved in the iTunes account of consumers, and can be downloaded for viewing in the iPhone®, iPod® or on AppleTV®.
read it here earthtimes.org
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