Although many details about the launch of the Apple iPhone are still unknown, it appears as though AT&T wireless stores may be gearing up for the release by preparing for in-store iPhone displays.
According to details released yesterday by The Boy Genius Report, demands for the iPhone displays are forcing many stores to rewire. Sources indicated that the iPhone displays will require a dedicated power supply as well as networked internet access. Additionally, indications were that the displays would be very large - 3 feet wide and as tall as 7 feet.
read it here iphonefaq.org
A new video conversion application on its way from Toast creator Roxio aims to simplify the process of taking digital media files and converting them to formats optimized for Apple Inc.‘s Apple TV, iPod and iPhone devices.
The $50 software, dubbed “Crunch,” will include support for native QuickTime file formats such as DV, AVI, and MOV, in addition to non-QuickTime file formats like DivX, MPEG-2 and DVD-Video.
read it here appleinsider
Yesterday, after my iPhone post, a visitor in comments claimed to have spoken to a Cingular Premier Accounts rep who allegedly told him the iPhone would be released the first week of June as a surprise for customers.
I was intrigued, so I spent the next two days calling Cingular (now AT&T) for some answers. I have news to report—their answers were all over the place!
read it here wired
Shares of Apple closed above $100 for the first time on optimism the iPhone will help the maker of iPods and Macs grab a bigger share of the consumer-electronics market.
read it here mercurynews
China, ever the trademark-infringing, sub-par quality, knock-off manufacturing powerhouse, has another iPhone clone - the Hua Long IP2000. It kinda looks like an iPhone, and it’s even got a touchscreen, but the dual-band GSM phone is noticeably thicker, has a crap UI, and is adorned with a huge, gaudy Apple logo on the backside.
read it here intomobile
Intel did not win the processor design contract from Apple’s much hyped iPhone. Naturally, this is not news that makes the titan happy. Consequently, they have decided to compete against Apple.
“Virtually every computer and handset manufacturer is struggling to figure out how they’re going to compete with Apple’s iPhone,” Otellini said. “If we get the power and performance [of the Intel chip] right, it’s going to be a killer combination.”
read it here sramanamitra
Apple’s latest patent has surfaced relating directly to its forthcoming iPhone cellular handset, describing the device’s methods for sensing or determining user activities and responding to those activities.
read it here macnn
Prima is pleased to introduce our newest Premium Leather Flip Case for iPhone.
Made of Soft, Aniline Leather, the Prima iPhone Case contnues the tradtion of Fine LEather Form Fit Cases, at an affordable price.
-Form Fit to compfortably house your iPhone
-Flap over protection
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-2 SD Slots
-Removable Swivel Clip
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So the other day I took my cousin to his work, and since I had to stay with him for about an hour I decided to go to the Cingular store nearby his work. It was about 15 minutes to closing time. I went in there and looked around at some phones, there was no other customer so I talked to the two gentlemen there waiting for closing time.
read it here teknojunkie
We’re not drinking the Apple Kool-Aid, but Jobs and team do seem to get it: It’s not the technology, stupid; it’s the experience. We love engineers, but you shouldn’t need one to make your digital home work. Whatever the quibbles over iPhone’s price and novel touchscreen interface, Apple seems to have the right recipe for the next big thing: simplicity. The iPhone’s single button says it all.
read it here seekingalpha
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