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Thursday, April 26, 2007
Cingular’s smartphone sales dip ahead of iPhone

Cingular retail stores are already experiencing a slow down in sales of their high-end handsets ahead of iPhone, according to investment research firm PiperJaffray, which on Thursday raised its price target on shares of Apple to a new high of $140.
“We believe that the iPhone will benefit from this pent-up demand,” analyst Gene Munster told Apple investors after conferring with fellow analyst Mike Walkley, who covers the mobile space for PiperJaffray.

read it here appleinsider


Accounting for iPhone, Apple TV’s future

Apple is paving the way for free enhancements to the iPhone and Apple TV by making its accounting methods clear from the start.

The company will gradually recognize a portion of the revenue from each sale of those products as new features are delivered, Chief Financial Officer Peter Oppenheimer said Wednesday. This accounting method prevents Apple from having to endure a repeat of the backlash over its $1.99 fee for activating the 802.11n chip in Macbook Pros earlier this year.

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Wednesday, April 25, 2007
5 Reasons Why Apple’s iPhone is Better Than the Rest

Paul Kedrosky submits: Having now wandered in the wilds of various cellphones over the last few months, I am re-reminded why Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone is underestimated. I have a Palm (PALM) Treo 700, a Research in Motion (RIMM) Blackberry 8800, and a Samsung TV phone, and they all suck. Here are five things that bug me about the abovementioned trio, and that favor the iPhone:

read it here seekingalpha


Apple’s iPhone and The Future of Nokia

Sramana Mitra submits: We have been discussing the impact of Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone on the rest of the cellular handset and laptop ecosystem. Frank Levinson wrote an important piece when the iPhone was first announced, which you should read for context.

read it here seekingalpha


Apple accepting applications for iPhone tech support reps

Wanna become one of the first telephone tech support representatives fielding questions on the iPhone? Well Apple recommends you submit your applications promptly, as training classes begin in May.
An official Apple job listing posted to AfterCollege.com seeks a Sr. iPhone support representative who will be responsible for answering questions for Apple customers and partners at the company’s existing facility in Austin, Texas.

“Viewed as an escalation point, the candidate should be able to provide prompt, reliable, and accurate information to customers while maintaining effective communications during conversations by adjusting to the pace and technical level of the customer,” the company says.

read it here appleinsider


AT&T to target iPhone to enterprise

AT&T Inc. plans to market the iPhone to business users in addition to consumers but analysts aren’t recommending that enterprises supply workers with the phones.
Cingular, which was acquired by AT&T, recently decided that the iPhone will appeal to business users and the operator is now working hard to ensure that its backend enterprise billing and support systems will accommodate the device when it ships, said a source familiar with the company’s plans, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

read it here itworld


Monday, April 23, 2007
iSkin Officially Announces New CERULEAN Wireless Accessories for iPod, iPhone and Beyond

TORONTO—(Business Wire)—iSkin today announced three sophisticated, yet simple to use stereo Bluetooth(R) audio accessories to join the company’s expanding line of innovative products. Designed with the iPod in mind, CERULEAN wireless accessories are easy to use, sleek and powerful.

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iPhone to become a cult classic predicts pollster boss

The iPhone will gain a cult following its launch, according to the Vice President of Harris Interactive’s Technology Practice Joseph Porus. Porus made the prediction after Harris Interactive recently surveyed more than a 1100 Internet users and found that 47% were aware of the iPhone and 17% expressed an interest in purchasing it.

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Why is Apple Restricting Third-Party iPhone Apps?

Carl Howe (Blackfriars Communications) submits: I had an epiphany last night about why Apple (AAPL) is restricting third-party software applications for its soon-to-launch iPhone:

It’s about power.

No, this isn’t about some conspiracy within Apple to control all development for the iPhone. It’s about power as in, “How do we get decent battery life out of a complex smart phone that’s also a music/video player and a Wifi-enabled Internet communicator?” Consumers haven’t exactly been forgiving when Apple’s batteries don’t live up to their expectations. And the iPhone poses a big challenge in this regard.

read it here seekingalpha


Cracking open the Apple TV

iTunes users rejoice. Gone are the days when you had to watch that “Lost” episode you missed on a puny 19” computer monitor. The Apple TV lets you experience your favorite iTunes music, movies, pictures, and shows on your widescreen television.

Many thanks from our dear reader Els for the link!
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Friday, July 25, 2014

Check out this hands-on demo of the impressive Wico6, a detailed working clone of the unreleased 4.7-inch iPhone 6, posted by Danny Winget. It features the same design as the iPhone 6 dummy units from earlier this year and has a 4.7 inch display running Android that looks like iOS8.

Read more www.iclarified.com


Tuesday, June 24, 2014

newMacgadgets today, introduces the first lock and cable iPad mini & iPhone 5 Security Kits. These lock and cable security kits are both light-weight and flexible in design making them ideal for all types of retail, business and home security applications.

Read more dev.vunet.us


Here’s one way to make your iPhone hacker-proof: Ask hackers for advice. I recently caught up with security researchers at the online security conference Infiltrate. At dinner one evening, I placed my iPhone on the table. I was surrounded by ethical hackers whose jobs are to find vulnerabilities before the bad guys and exploit security flaws.

Read more edition.cnn.com


Jimmy Lin is back again. The high profile Taiwanese pop star and racing car driver has leaked the sharpest images yet of the iPhone 6. Lin previously posed with the iPhone 5C on his Weibo account in August, photos that proved to be legitimate when Apple AAPL -0.09% officially launched the handset one month later.

Read more www.forbes.com


With the release of Lightroom mobile for the iPhone, Adobe offers a more efficient workflow for photographers who shoot with both traditional cameras and Apple’s smartphone . While there is no shortage of editing apps for the iPhone, it has long been a struggle for working photographers and enthusiasts to organize and manage image libraries that can easily number in the tens of thousands.

Read more www.forbes.com


Saturday, June 07, 2014

Apple delighted iOS developers this week with the announcement of more than 4,000 new APIs, one of which enables apps to take advantage of the fingerprint sensor built into the iPhone 5S.

Read more www.techradar.com


Thursday, June 05, 2014

Zoom zoom! A Croatian company wants to put your butt onto a new kind of bike, a sort of electric/mechanical hybrid that uses battery assist to help you up the hills and includes an automatic transmission system that ensures you rarely have to use the battery. Called the Visiobike, the $5,303 bike is made of carbon fiber and has a dock for your phone.

Read more techcrunch.com


Wednesday, June 04, 2014

Apple took some time to talk gaming during a presentation closed to the public yesterday at WWDC. While noting that gaming is now an area that Apple is “pushing on very strongly”, the company also announced a new feature coming for gamers and developers: Controller Forwarding.

Continue reading 9to5mac.com


It didn’t get a ton of attention Monday, but Apple’s next mobile operating system means significant changes for how iPhone users send and receive messages. If you’re an Apple user, this is a big deal. Messages is the most frequently used app in iOS, and is how most users share texts, photos and videos with each other.

Read more edition.cnn.com


Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Unlike Android, which has a multitude of different keyboards to choose from, with iOS, you’re pretty much stuck with the one you’ve got. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t little tricks to help you type faster and more efficiently.

Read more www.wired.com


Saturday, May 24, 2014

More than a complete english-chinese-english language dictionary, this application includes a camera look-up feature, a vocabulary and components learning tool and a favorites repository.  No internet connection needed (offline dictionary), no advertisements and no In-App purchases.

Read more www.thebeijinger.com


The recently revealed exploit that allows anyone to bypass the iPhone’s Activation Lock system is a rather simple process that requires adding just a single line of code to a computer running iTunes.
The exploit, which is called DoulCi (“iCloud” backward), has already been used thousands of times on locked iPhones and iPads around the world.

Read more www.cultofmac.com


Friday, May 23, 2014

Sometime within the next few weeks, your iPhone is going to start recording everything it hears when you begin tapping out a Facebook status update, hoping you’ll include what you’re listening to or watching. But do we want to carry around a hot mic for Mark Zuckerberg?

Read more valleywag.gawker.com


Notifyr lets you receive iOS notifications on your Mac. When I work, I put my iPhone on the table next to my Mac. Every time it buzzes, I look away from my screen to see whether it’s an important notification. I get quite a lot of notifications, and most of the time it’s not important.

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A pair of security researchers claim to have found a flaw which could allow an attacker to remove security measures on lost or stolen iPhones. Dutch researchers “AquaXetine” and “Merruktechnolog” were credited in a report from De Telegraaf as exploiting a “man in the middle” flaw that tricks a stolen iOS device into connecting with a local machine masquerading as an Apple server.

Read more community.webroot.com


Saturday, May 17, 2014

Billionaire hedge fund trader Carl Icahn has increased his holdings in Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) by 2.8 million shares - about $1.65 billion, according to a Security and Exchanges Commission filing. The move brings his stake in the company up to a total of 7.5 million shares which, as of this writing, is worth just under $4.5 billion.

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Last month, Pioneer announced the availability of its CarPlay aftermarket in-dash systems for U.S. as well as Canadian customers, adding that the functionality will arrive in the summer of 2014 via a firmware update to its existing five NEX in-dash multimedia receivers.

Read more www.iphoneincanada.ca


The folks at iLoveHandles have introduced the Plank: a small, wall-mounted wood plank that is meant to hold your daily necessities. The top of the Plank is a little bigger than the surface of an iPhone, making it perfect to hold your phone, wallet, sunglasses, or whatever else you need when you leave the house.

Read more www.macgasm.net


Looking for a case to make your iPhone stand out from the masses? In the first five months of 2014, we’ve already seen a healthy heap of weird, ridiculous, and amazing iPhone covers.

Read more www.yahoo.com


Bentley has released a short documentary film shot entirely on an iPhone and edited in the back of a Bentley Mulsanne using an iPad Air. The behind-the-scenes documentary shows how the team used the phone and apps including FiLMiC Pro, and then the iPad’s iMovie and Photos assemble the short film.

Read more www.telegraph.co.uk


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