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iOS 4.0.1 just released [update2: includes carrier upgrade + keeps settings]

Apple has just released an update for iOS 4. That is really quick if you recall that version 4 was released June 21, less than a month ago.

Their web site describes the upgrade like this;

The iOS 4.0.1 Software Update improves the formula to determine how many bars of signal strength to display on iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and iPhone 3G. The real signal strength remains the same, but the bars on iPhone will indicate it more precisely.

The upgrade has been pushed out just after the keynote in which Steve Jobs explains the antenna issue of the iPhone 4.

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Sygic Aura Drive 3D navigation for the iPhone released in USA & Canada

Sygic Aura Drive for the iPhone has arrived in North America! The app turns the iPhone into full featured navigation device for both pedestrian and in-car use. Sygic Aura Drive is the first navigation that utilizes the 3D acceleration built into the chip of the iPhone, resulting in a stunning 3D rendering speed and an unchallenged user experience.

Sygic Aura Drive is the most complete navigation for iPhone, based on a brand new product concept that challenges today’s navigation and LBS industry, and at the same time the first one introducing new technologies. Users can look forward to smooth running 3D maps, pre-installed rich information content and social networking abilities.

iPhone apps | Aura US gps app

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Apple Presents iPhone 4

Apple® today presented the new iPhone® 4 featuring FaceTime, which makes the dream of video calling a reality, and Apple’s stunning new Retina display, the highest resolution display ever built into a phone, resulting in super crisp text, images and video. In addition, iPhone 4 features a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash, HD video recording, Apple’s A4 processor, a 3-axis gyro and up to 40 percent longer talk time—in a beautiful all-new design of glass and stainless steel that is the thinnest smartphone in the world. iPhone 4 comes with iOS 4, the newest version of the world’s most advanced mobile operating system, which includes over 100 new features and 1500 new APIs for developers. iOS 4 features Multitasking, Folders, enhanced Mail, deeper Enterprise support and Apple’s new iAd mobile advertising platform. iPhone 4 will be available in the US, UK, France, Germany and Japan on June 24, starting in the US at just $199 for qualified buyers with a two year contract.*

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Apple to Debut iAds on July 1

Apple® today announced it will debut its iAd mobile advertising network on July 1 on iPhone® and iPod touch® devices running its iOS 4 software platform. iAds combine the emotion of TV advertising with the interactivity of Internet advertising, giving advertisers a dynamic and powerful new way to bring motion and emotion to mobile users. iAd will kick off with mobile ad campaigns from leading global brands including AT&T, Best Buy, Campbell Soup Company, Chanel, Citi, DirecTV, GEICO, GE, JCPenney, Liberty Mutual Group, Nissan, Sears, State Farm, Target, Turner Broadcasting System, Unilever and The Walt Disney Studios. Apple has iAd commitments for 2010 totaling over $60 million, which represents almost 50 percent of the total forecasted US mobile ad spending for the second half of 2010.*

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NDrive USA targets 1,000,000 iPhone users @ $2.99

There’s a buzz about the NDrive office.  Clicking of mice, sipping of coffee, and intense discussion between employees are the sounds emanating from their workplace. After all, NDrive developers and managers alike have been working around the clock for months to offer something the USA Apple App Market has yet to realize. NDrive USA : a full license, professional on-board GPS navigation app for $2.99.

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Navy Husband Designs iPhone Apps To Help Sailors Prepare Their Uniforms…

San Diego, CA—May 11, 2010—PocketMac, a leading Macintosh and iPhone development firm, releases Uniformity and Ribbons, two new iPhone apps designed to help sailors improve their professional appearance. The two apps reduce the complex task of assembling a sailor’s uniform and ribbons to a few clicks.

The applications came about as the company’s CEO, Terence Goggin,  watched his wife, an officer in the US Navy, attempting to assemble a rarely-worn dress uniform.

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Concept art: the iPhone 4G

MobileCrunch published just another cool iPhone 4G concept. Not only is the exterior design cool but also the screen designs are stunning. It reminds me a bit of the latest and meanest HTC that I had in my hands a few days ago. I specially liked the animating weather app on the front, it was showing rain and sometimes the windscreen wipers cleaned the screen.

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Check out all the pics: www.mobilecrunch.com



We want an aluminium iPhone 4G Jonathan! [Update]

The more the winter is loosing its cold grip on Europe, the more the unveiling of the new iPhone 4G is nearing. We have already been speculating about coming iPhones. One prediction was a cheaper iPhone in February, I guess we can strike that one out from the rumor list after next week.

A new rumor surfaced in the beginning of the month about a HD video codec found in the latest SDK and some other rumor evidence about new iPhone 4G parts have been found last week.

iPhone 4G concept

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Review: NDrive North America

You ever get lost when going from point A to point B? Ever have that back seat driver telling you, you missed the turn they failed to tell you about, where there wasn’t anything you can do about? Ever think your always late for an event because your directions were just a little off? If any of these questions have you saying “Yes” in your head then this review of NDrive is for you. So buckle up and let’s take it out for a spin.

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iPhone OS 3.1.3 is out in the wild - battery improvement

Apple just release iTunes 9.0.3 which includes the new iPhone OS 3.1.3.

The update is quite minor and doesn’t hint for a new iPhone in the near future. It reports to improve the accuracy of the reported battery level on iPhone 3GS. Unfortunately not the battery drainage problems some users report when activating push-mail. iPhone OS 3.1.3 resolves and issue where third-party apps wouldn’t launch in some instances. And last but not least, it fixes a bug that may cause an app to crash when using the Japanese Kana keyboard.

In the Apple forums you can find reports of users that have more space usage in iTunes now, with a solution posted by user wjosten.



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