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iPhone tempts 7m Brits

Fifty-six per cent of Brits have heard of the iPhone and some 7 million of us are interested in getting one when the device launches in the UK.

Though the iPhone is due to go on sale on 29 June in the US, a UK launch date has yet to be announced and the product might not become available here until next year.

read it here webuser.co.uk



Google CEO Shows off iPhone

Google CEO Eric Schmidt is a very smart guy. He’s is also absolutely giddy over his new iPhone. As a member of Apple’s board of directors, Schmidt got his very own iPhone and is anxious to show people. In this video (found via iPhone Alley), Schmidt shows off his iPhone at the World Economic Forum.

read it here iphonematters



19 Million Americans Interested in Buying iPhone

With the iPhone launch still over a week away, mobile market research firm M:Metrics reports that 19 million Americans have shown strong interest in purchasing the device.

“This data confirms that the iPhone has sparked the imaginations of consumers and is not merely a topic of conversation among insiders and technology enthusiasts,” said Mark Donovan, senior vice president and senior analyst, M:Metrics.

read it here pcworld



Second third-party iPhone app: A shopping list

It only runs on Safari—and no one but Apple knows if it’ll actually run on the iPhone, because JavaScript support is still a mystery—but the first third-party application built with the iPhone in mind is freely available.

OneTrip, a simple JavaScript shopping list builder that runs only on Safari, was created by designer Neven Mrgan. You can download Safari here to test out the application.

read it here webware
App onetrip.org



SherpaHost Prepares for iPhone Debut

Web hosting provider SherpaHost (sherpahost.com) announced on Monday that the demand for .mobi domain name extensions has increased because of the growing anticipation over the Apple iPhone’s (apple.com/iphone) debut on June 29.

read it here thewhir



Unofficial iPhone New York Ad

This unofficial commercial is very well done.  I hope these guys will get a contract with Apple, why not?

iPhone New York
see it here iphonenewyorkcity



Nidesoft DVD to iPhone/iPod Converter

nidesoftNidesoft DVD to iPhone converter is an easy-to-use and simple DVD to iPhone/iPod Converter software. It can convert almost all kinds of DVD to iPhone/iPod Video MPEG-4,MP4 format with excellent quality and super fast converting speed (>400%). It can also rip DVD to iPhone/iPod Music MP3/M4A.

Compared with other DVD to iPhone Converter, Nidesoft DVD to iPhone Converter supports single-step conversion and flexible title and chapter choices. You can also customize the output file’s profile with few clicks, such as video size, video quality, audio quality, subtitle, audio tracker, volume and so on….

nidesoft


check it out dvdtoiphone.biz



iPhone can take a lesson from Opera’s fat browser plan

Opera Software’s plans to beef up its browser so that Adobe Flash Player-like functionality will be intrinsic to the program are a move in the right direction. At present, Web developers have no consistent way to deliver media-rich content to the unlimited variety of platforms and browsers used by surfers worldwide.

Using client- and server-side scripting, Web developers can divine which browser and operating system a user is running, but that’s of little help.

read it here infoworld
Opera



Fake iPhone Sales on Toboc’s international trade platform?

I just stumbled upon this site called toboc.com where the iPhone is offered for sale. The price is 250 USD and the minimum order quantity is 3 pieces.

How can this be real? Steve, if you read this, call you legal department.
Robin.



iPhone Gets Its Gear On

With Apple (AAPL) set to release the iPhone on June 29, accessories makers are readying new products, anticipating that the smartphone’s market could grow as big as the iPod’s.

read it here businessweek



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