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Saturday, March 17, 2007
Apple iPhone - a “multi-functional hand-held device”

It’s official. Apple has filed a patent for a “multi-functional hand-held device” in which the user interface adapts to the function needed. And the patent mentions a wide range of functions indeed: PDA, mobile phone, music player (naturally), camera, video player, game player, GPS, remote control, net terminal, and “handtop”.

read it here htlounge.net


Friday, March 16, 2007
Swiss Army iPhone

Humor, just watch it


Education and the iPhone

You’ve probably seen the brouhaha about Apple’s newly-lauched iPhone. When you first look at it may be tempted to dismiss it as an over-priced, over-hyped MP3+phone combo, and wonder how long it will be before you get to confiscate one. But you will be wrong.

read it here chalkface


iPhone campain director signs with Rockstar (Grand Theft Auto studio)

Rockstar Games has announced the hiring of former iPod and iPhone marketing director Alex Moullé-Berteaux as its new head of marketing, replacing Rockstar co-founder Terry Donovan, who left in January.

Formerly, Moullé-Berteaux was with Los Angeles advertisers TBWA/Media Arts Lab, where he worked as the worldwide group account director for Apple, leading marketing development for its Mac, iPod, iTunes, and iPhone campaigns.
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Thursday, March 15, 2007
Apple’s magic touch screen might be impossible to knockoff

“Of all the things that I find fascinating—and mysterious—about the iPhone, the touch-sensitive screen probably tops the list,” Arik Hesseldahl reports for BusinessWeek.

“I’ve just spent an afternoon wading through a 29-page patent application that Apple filed in 2004 for what it calls a ‘multipoint touch screen.’ I’m coming away with some very interesting ideas concerning what touch-screen technology may mean for Apple and the direction its products may take. It holds promise not only for the iPhone, due to be released in about three months, but for Apple’s iPod music players as well. It could even presage a line of mobile computers,” Hesseldahl reports.

read it here macdailynews


Glide Promises To Make Any Phone An iPhone

On Thursday, media sharing service TransMedia plans to release its Glide Sync and Glide Mobile software for Mac users, finally fulfilling its promise to make desktop files available across different operating systems and devices.

“Mac users will be able to access all of their Macintosh files, whether they’re documents, photos, music, videos, contacts, calendars, bookmarks, from their cell phones,” says TransMedia chairman and CEO Donald Leka. “Effectively, we’re turning every major cell phone on the market into more than an iPhone, before the iPhone comes out. From that phone, not only will you be able to access everything, but you will also have significant capabilities to edit, manipulate, and create files on that phone and then have it reverse synchronize back to your Mac.”

read it here transmediacorp


Interview With Apple Russia IMC Director about the iPhone

From this interview we found out that iPhone’s launch is dictated by availability of iTunes stores in particular countries. Mr Bootman also believes that Russia will probably receive iPhone v2.0 upon its initial launch there, which leads us to believe that Asia, Australia, South America, Africa, and other regions that should get the iPhone only next year will also get iPhone v2.0 right away.

The photo shows a part of the first Soviet cellular phone from 1958. Apple is going to change all this, hopefully very soon.

Stay tuned, Russian iPhone friends.

read it here iphoneworld.ca
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Wednesday, March 14, 2007
iPhone Realizes Steve’s Dream to Exploit Mac OS

If the iPhone succeeds, it will very quickly have numbers that could dwarf the Mac and run down the iPod. That alone could lead to a significant halo effect. But being a very visual device with a sexy flavor of OS X running on it (unlike the iPods whose interface now looks suddenly 1983 by comparison) this will expose millions to the real Mac experience, especially, if as expected, Leopard bears much similarity to the iPhone’s OS X.

read it here applematters


Tuesday, March 13, 2007
New iPhone conversion software

Thanks Mike for leaving me the hint to your site iphoneconverter, it offers a lot of conversion software for the Apple iPhone.

Check it out now iphoneconverter


Source: Apple Considering Licensing iPhone OS, Multitouch?

While checking the validity of a totally different unsubstantiated rumor, our contact dropped something of a bomb on accident. When asked if he or she could confirm our rumor (which we’ll get to later today), he or she responded that he or she saw something about it in an email, but didn’t read it, as it didn’t pertain to his or her job, and was late for a meeting at the time. I asked what kind of meeting, and he or she said, “Licensing for the iPhone.”

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Thursday, April 17, 2014

If you’ve been a long-time user of Apple devices then you might still be in the habit of connecting the iPhone to your computer when you want to delete some of its content. In fact, you might not be aware that you can directly delete songs from your device.

Read more mp3.about.com


Wednesday, April 09, 2014

Apple used to be the master of secrecy. Both the original iPhone and iPad launched without any leaks whatsoever, but those days are long gone.  Since a prototype iPhone 4 was famously left in a bar every upcoming Apple device has leaked far in advance of its official announcement.

Read more www.trustedreviews.com


Facebook is easily one of the most popular third-party iPhone apps on the planet. As it turns out, it might also be one of the biggest culprits of iPhone battery drain, according to recent findings brought to light by a former Apple Store Genius.

Read more bgr.com


Late last month, a set of alleged design drawings was published by Japanese magazine MacFan, showing dimensions for upcoming 4.7-inch and 5.7-inch iPhone models. It’s not uncommon for us to see design and case leaks in the months leading up to the new iPhone release.

Read more www.macrumors.com


Friday, April 04, 2014

Microsoft is hosting its big developer conference in San Francisco this week, and one of the big themes is how much nicer Microsoft is toward iOS and Android under its new CEO, Satya Nadella.

Read more www.businessinsider.com


Apple added a layer of extra protection with iOS 7 through the activation lock feature making it difficult for thieves to steal an iPhone. However, it turns out that there is a bug that lets anyone bypass the security feature.

Read more timesofindia.indiatimes.com


Wednesday, April 02, 2014

Avira proudly announced today that users of its Mobile Security iOS app can download and install a new version to add a few new things, such as a call-devices feature, UI improvements, new language support, and bug fixes.

“Because of the growth of mobile commerce and the need to keep users safe as they increasingly use mobile devices, security expert Avira announced today that it has significantly upgraded its free Avira Mobile Security for iOS app with two new features: Identity Safeguard and Locate Device,” the company says.

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Monday, March 31, 2014

Tenorshare iPhone 5 (5s/5c) Data Recovery can recover all your lost iPhone contents including call history, contacts, messages, camera roll, photos, bookmarks, videos, Whatsapp messages. from iPhone 5s/5c/5. And it enables you to recover iPhone 5s/5c/5 data in 3 modes: Restore data directly from iPhone 5s/5c/5; Recover iPhone 5s/5c/5 data from iTunes backup file ; Restore iPhone 5s/5c/5 data from iCloud backup.

Read more download.cnet.com


Friday, March 28, 2014

Apple made an early iPhone engineer available for an interview with the Wall Street Journal.  As part of the interview package, it also gave the Journal this photo, which shows how Apple tested the first iPhone.

Read more finance.yahoo.com


Wednesday, March 26, 2014

PageClean Inc. announced that its parental control software now supports iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Not all content available for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch is suitable for all users.

Read more www.ciol.com


A few new insider details on the development of the original iPhone have come to light thanks to Apple senior software engineer Greg Christie, who gave an interview with The Wall Street Journal with permission from Apple, ahead of a new patent infringement trial against Samsung that is set to begin soon.

Read more www.macrumors.com


Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Taking iPhone photos or videos and trying to zoom, focus, and snap the shutter with just one hand has been pretty much impossible until now. A Kickstarter-backed project created the Snappgrip, now being sold through BiteMyApple.co.

Read more www.tuaw.com


iOS: You might need a floor plan of a room but you don’t always have one handy. If you can’t ask for one and don’t want to go through all the trouble of drawing it yourself, an incredibly clever app called RoomScan can draw one for you in about a minute.

Read more lifehacker.com


AnyDrop is a recent addition to the Cydia Store that lets jailbreakers send any file stored on their iOS device – including music – with others using Apple’s AirDrop. Though there are a few prerequisites, the jailbreak tweak is certainly interesting. You can download it now for $1.99 on the Cydia Store, and it’s optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Read more appadvice.com


Somewhere on earth, Apple has sold its 500 millionth iPhone. The milestone comes less than seven years after the first iPhone was sold in June 2007, according to Forbes.

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Monday, March 24, 2014

Have you ever seen a plane flying overhead and wondered just how high up it was, where it was going, or what flight number it identifies as? Now you don’t need to wonder anymore, because your iPhone (or iPad) can tell you exactly what flights are flying above you by way of the ever-useful iOS assistant Siri.

Read more osxdaily.com


If you’re an Apple iPhone user and security’s not on your mind, you’re at risk; at risk of having a Web mail account hacked; at risk of having your online identity stolen; and at risk of losing valuable personal information, such as wireless service account data, that could result in financial losses, among other disasters.

Read more www.macworld.com


Friday, March 21, 2014

Apple’s iPhone doubles as an excellent digital camera, making it easy to capture high-quality photos and videos wherever you go. However, those images can quickly clutter your iPhone’s internal storage, forcing you to eventually part ways with some of your most cherished pictures in the name of free space. Fortunately, there are ways to hang on to your photos while still clearing out your phone’s memory. Here’s how to utilize cloud storage to back up your iPhone’s pictures and video clips.

Read more http:/blog.laptopmag.com


After having my iPhone 5 for just over a week I walked into the corner of a desk with it in my pocket and smashed the top panel. Unfortunately I didn’t buy Apple Care when I purchased the phone but after some investigating I found that the broken panel could be removed and replaced. After very carefully removing the remaining smashed pieces of glass with tweezers, I made my own wooden panel.

Read more shop.richardclarkson.com


How to Disable iOS 7.1 Transparency Effect, Together with bringing new and interesting adjustments and utilities, such as CarPlay and improvement of Siri in other markets, iOS 7.1 has helped deal with a few issues that iOS 7.O.x did not deal with.

Read more www.evasionjailbreak.org


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