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The Top Secret Apple iPhone Tests

Doing dry runs with Apple’s iPhone, the world’s most anticipated mobile phone due out at the end of June, has been challenging. Tests of the iPhone had to be done in places frequented by wireless users. Under strict orders to keep the phone under wraps, technicians had to hide or disguise the phone when in public.

read it here newsfactor



New Wi-Fi TV Stations to Have Content Ready for iPhone

Wi-Fi TV Inc. (PINKSHEETS: WTVI) is providing all purchasers of Wi-Fi TV Stations during the month of June with the ability to have short videos available for download to the new iPhone® on the day of the iPhone release (June 29).
Wi-Fi TV is encoding and posting the videos provided by new Wi-Fi TV Station owners to the Wi-Fi TV iTunes® Store. Each video can be saved in the iTunes account of consumers, and can be downloaded for viewing in the iPhone®, iPod® or on AppleTV®.

read it here earthtimes.org
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Sent from my iPhone

Since today seems to be all about tiny little details of the iPhone, why not continue that trend? Blogger Paul Kedrosky shares something interesting an iPhone user told him. While composing an email the iPhone will insert the signature ‘Sent from my iPhone’ at the bottom of the message (I am sure you can turn this off if you like).

read it here tuaw



Apple buyout rumours circulate as iPhone launch nears

Scepticism about the launch of the Apple iPhone is growing, and it isn’t helping the Apple share price. What a coincidence that exactly as things get tougher in the stock market, rumours start appearing that will “cause a 40 per cent premium on the Apple share price”!

read it here channelregister.co.uk



Opera mini goes head-to-head with iPhone

Opera Software, the maker of the most underrated web browser known to mankind, has unveiled a new beta version of its flagship software for mobile devices, and it is pitching it directly at the Apple iPhone’s inbuilt Safari browser.

read it here apcmag

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Apple iPhone may hinder touchscreen technology

According to analysts at iSuppli, Apple could hinder wide deployment of multi-touchscreen technologies. Apple owns one of the patents involved in such technology, and has adopted multi-touch technology within its iPhone.

Such multi-touchscreen technology is more responsive than single touch, and is capable of recognising multiple simultaneous touches - which is why iPhone users will be able to pinch an area of their screen to zoom into an image, for example.

read it here pcadvisor.co.uk



Cheaper iPhone flavors coming

If you find the cheapest iPhone’s $499 price tag a little difficult to swallow, you’re probably not alone. According to an analyst report quoted by TechWhack, “market sources” claim Apple is already at work on a more affordable variant of its upcoming smart phone.

read it here techreport



iPhone dock photo published

Does it ship with the iPhone or do you have to buy it separate? With my first iPod it was included and in the later models they left it out to reduce the price.
Anyway it looks cool.
Robin

iphonedoc



MyMetar iPhone Interface

We’ve added a theme to MyMetar.com’s user interface especially for the iPhone. So, if you’re going to be lining up on June 29th for one, you’ll have access to your MyMetar.com page as soon as your phone is online.

check it out mymetar



iPhone Developers Camp

iPhone Developers Camp is an upcoming gathering, inspired by BarCamp,
SuperHappyDevHouse, and MacHack, to develop web-based applications
and optimize web sites for iPhone. It is a non-commercial event,
organized by volunteers, with attendance free to all.

By the completion of the weekend event, a number of iPhone-ready web
applications and web sites will be launched to the public. The event
will be held in California, and out-of-town guests are welcome.

Attendees will include web designers, developers, testers, and iPhone
owners, all working together over the weekend to improve the web
experience for iPhone. Development projects will include both solo
and team efforts. While some attendees will wish to work solo during
the event, we encourage attendees to team up, based on expertise, to
work in ad-hoc project development teams. All attendees should be
prepared to work on a development project during the event. You do
not need to own an iPhone to attend (although, a large number of
iPhones at the event will make the development and testing process
much easier).

Attendees will be able to:

* Create new web applications for iPhone.
* Optimize existing web applications for iPhone.
* Migrate Dashboard Widgets to web-based widgets for iPhone.
* Test and optimize web sites for iPhone.

barcamp.org



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