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Monday, April 23, 2007
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.

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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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Sunday, April 22, 2007
DLO teases with iPhone skin

iPod accessory maker DLO is already preparing accessories for the iPhone, the company revealed today. The company has released a teaser photo that shows an unnamed silicone skin for the Apple device that would guard all but the screen against impact or scratch damage; the protective layer would be sensitive enough to allow use of the home button.

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Saturday, April 21, 2007
iPhone on Lost?

If you were stranded on an island, what’s the one gadget you’d want with you? For many geeks today, the answer is easy: Apple’s soon-to-be-released iPhone. Looks like the writers for ABC’s Lost might be thinking along the same lines.

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Friday, April 20, 2007
Japanese iPhone protection cases

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iPhone could turn technology world on its ear

As of February, awareness of Apple Inc.‘s iPhone device had spread to nearly 50 percent of U.S. consumers, with a significant chunk of those people expressing sincere interest in buying the device without having first seen one in person, a broad market survey has shown.

In order to determine just how strong the buzz around Apple’s first mobile handset had grown, market research firm Harris Interactive in mid-February conducted a an online study with over 1,100 consumers from its multimillion member panel.

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Microsoft: iPhone lacks business savvy

Apple’s soon-to-be-launched iPhone will be irrelevant to business users because it is a “closed device” and does not support Microsoft Office, a senior executive with the software giant said this week.
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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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Research In Motion’s CEO Mike Lazaridis talks phones, outage and iPhone

It’s been an exciting and unpredictable couple weeks for Research in Motion, makers of the BlackBerry. The company on April 11 announced fourth-quarter earnings were up and its subscriber base has hit 8 million users. But the latest talk has been about an overnight outage Tuesday that affected its 5 million North American users.

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Wednesday, April 18, 2007
iPhone launch not a guaranteed success

Jobs iPhone LaunchBuy- and sell-side analysts are running around Wall Street’s high-tech conferences questioning the impact iPhone’s launch could have on the wireless handset market and smartphone devices like Blackberrys and Treos.
The presumption is Apple Inc’s (NASDAQ: AAPL) move is an offensive one and a natural extension of the 100 million iPods that have been sold around the world. It is also presumed that iPhone’s launch will succeed.


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Saturday, December 20, 2014

Marble is winning me over in 2014. Just a year ago, the only objects I owned made out of marble were salt-and-pepper shakers that my wife wouldn’t let me get rid of. Fast forward a year, and I’m lusting after the Ovo, an iPhone speaker made out of a beveled cylinder of marble that looks just gorgeous.

Read more www.fastcodesign.com


3D photography is a very cool area of tech that is getting increasingly popular, but there’s a pretty sizable barrier right now. In order to capture 3D imagery, you need to buy dedicated 3D scanning hardware that is often quite expensive, and most people don’t want to be bothered with it. That will continue to be the case for some time when it comes to complex 3D imaging, but a new app from Swiss software company Dacuda adds very cool 3D imaging capabilities to your iPhone.

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Three months ago we published our iPhone 6 review and iPhone 6 Plus review, diving deep into Apple’s big and bigger new phones. We took our time and tested everything from the new screens to the new cameras to the new chipsets. But now we’ve lived with these phones for weeks at a time and we’ve gotten to know them better than any preliminary review would allow.

Read more www.imore.com


In the years I’ve spent covering iOS automation, I’ve often asked for a mobile version of Automator. Workflow, released today, tries to bring the deep system integration of Apple’s OS X utility to the iPhone and iPad, taking advantage of extensions in iOS 8 to make its automation features ubiquitous and compatible with any app. Readers of MacStories and iOS power users may be familiar with Drafts and Launch Center Pro, the apps that kickstarted iOS’ small revolution with shortcuts and automated chains of actions that let apps communicate in ways the system didn’t provide out of the box.

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Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Chinese smartphone maker Huawei just took the wraps off its latest Android phone, and it looks awfully familiar (via Engadget). The new Honor 6 Plus, a follow-up to the company’s Honor 6 phone, comes with a 5.5-inch 1080p screen — just like Apple’s similarly-named iPhone 6 Plus.

iPhone 6 plus clone found China

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Tuesday, December 16, 2014

This guide will show you how to remove duplicate contacts on the iPhone with iOS 8. This works with all current iPhones from the iPhone 4s up to the iPhone 6 Plus. If you only need to get rid of a few duplicate contacts on the iPhone you can do this manually in a few seconds, but if you need to fix dozens you’ll want to use an app that can remove all your duplicate contacts on the iPhone at once.

Read more www.gottabemobile.com


One of the most difficult parts about owning a new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus is picking out an equally-new wallpaper. It has to be crisp, beautiful, breath-taking, inspiring, bold, colourful, rich, and preferably all of the above.

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Read more www.pocket-lint.com


Siri is wonderfully useful, giving you directions, current weather conditions, and stock market updates, setting appointments and reminders, and much more. But as you’ve likely discovered, Siri also has a fun personality—including telling you jokes and even telling you a bedtime story.

Read more www.iphonelife.com


Monday, December 15, 2014

Next Keyboard — an app claiming to be the “perfect keyboard” for the iPhone — reached its funding goal just two days after it was launched on Kickstarter. The app’s creator, a software development company called Tiny Hearts, sought 10,000 CAD ($8,642) for finishing the app, which they claim was about 75% done.

Read more mashable.com


A holidaymaker who lost his iPhone in Ibiza has received a bill from Vodafone for £19,000 after failing to tell the firm it was missing for five days.
Corey Pye, 21, from Basingstoke said he was facing a lifetime of debt after his phone was stolen three days into his week-long trip on the Balearic Island.

Read more www.dailymail.co.uk


With less than two weeks until Christmas, it is now officially crunch time. People across the country will be spending money on last-minute gifts over the next nine days, so we’re going to do our best to help you all save some money by sharing nifty paid iPhone and iPad apps that are on sale for free for a limited time.

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Friday, December 12, 2014

As I’ve noted over the last few days, I’m a big fan of wireless charing. While there are a number of standards out there, Qi is arguably in the lead thanks to extensive hardware support, such as the latest Nexus devices, the mid-and high-end Lumia handsets, and peripherals from companies (such as Sony’s latest BlueTooth speaker) all supporting the standards of the Wireless Power Consortium.

Read more www.forbes.com


Google’s new “Material Design” aesthetic was a big part of the Lollipop update for Android, but even if you’ve got an Android phone or iDevice running another operating system you’ve probably run into it in one or more of the company’s apps. Today the company announced a new version of the Google app for iOS that takes things even further—it looks a whole lot like Android, from the swipe-able cards used to switch between tabs (see above) to the software navigation buttons across the bottom of the screen.

Read more arstechnica.com


Too many apps still look lousy on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. The oversized, ugly status bar still greets us several times each day. And the system keyboard ever-so-slightly changing size is enough to make anyone crazy. Why?

Read more www.theverge.com


Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Huge news for frequent WhatsApp Messenger users: the app will no longer look huge on the latest iPhones. If you bought an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus between now and September when they were released, you’ve probably been waiting for WhatsApp to update with optimization for the bigger displays and that update is finally out.

WhatsApp adapted for new iPhone 6 and 6 plus

Read more 9to5mac.com


It’s hard for app creators to stand out in the insanely crowded marketplace that is the App Store. With dozens if not hundreds of new apps going up every day, many get lost. But one thing that almost always works is controversy. Although Apple does vet software that goes up on its platform, it’s not a foolproof process.

Read more www.pcmag.com


iOS 8.1.1 is now available, as the first update since Apple’s launch of Apple Pay on the platform. It includes a number of bug fixes, improved overall stability, and, most importantly, performance improvements for older devices including the iPhone 4s and iPad 2.

Read more techcrunch.com


Tuesday, November 04, 2014

On Monday, many outlets reported the news that a memorial dedicated to former Apple CEO Steve Jobs had been dismantled in St. Petersburg, Russia. In a statement, ZEFS, a consortium of Russian companies, explained that it had removed the statue on Friday, one day after Tim Cook announced he was gay, for this disquieting reason:

Steve jobs monument removed in russia after outing Tim Cook

Read more www.theatlantic.com


A number of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus owners have been reporting an issue with the device that causes it to crash and remain stuck in a boot loop following a restart. The issue appears to primarily affect 128 GB models, particularly those with larger app libraries, and some suggest it may be a hardware problem associated with the increased storage available on that device.

Read more www.macrumors.com


Saturday, November 01, 2014

Apple Pay is a contactless payment platform that is newly available to iPhone 6 users. It works well and is incredibly simple; once you’ve added a card to Apple Pay, you just need to wave your iPhone over an Apple Pay compatible NFC payment terminal to pay for whatever you’re buying.

Read more osxdaily.com


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