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Search MobileMe mail from your iPhone or iPod Touch

We have been exploring iPhone OS 3.0 for nearly a month and continue to discover new features, so when we recently stumbled across a productivity boosting MobileMe news post about searching your MobileMe Mail on an iPhone or iPod Touch, we had to share.

According to Apple, iPhone OS 3.0 gives your iPhone and iPod Touch the ability to search messages stored on the MobileMe cloud (server). The process works like this:

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How I Got Two iPhone Apps Refunded

Holy Moly, Apple does return and refund iPhone apps!!

I am THE biggest stickler for value:money (ratio), and firmly believe in “You get what you pay for.” Upon recommendation, I forked over cash for Beejive –an IM application, when iPhone OS 3.0 was released; mainly for the push function. (Push is notification of new activity, even when the application is closed).

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Best SEO tricks to Help Promote Your iPhone App

Here are the best SEO tricks to promote you app website or blog because remember when you build an iphone application you must promote it and building a blog or a website dedicated to your app will help you sell a lot more and make you a lot of more money.

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iPhone tips and tricks for budget travelers

Apple announced today that it will start selling souped-up iPhones for $199 a pop on July 11. GPS will be built-in, letting you find where you are on an electronic map. (Free add-on applications, such as Loopt, use location feeds to help you find friends on the go, along with other neat tricks.) And the new iPhones will run on AT&T’s speedy “3G” (third generation) network, which ought to let you access info much faster than current iPhones.

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How to Stream Your Zune Tracks to Your iPhone

It’s no secret, we are big fans of Microsoft’s Zune - both the service, and the device. I’ve had a Zune Pass since the service launched, and use it daily (my Zune Pass profile.) If you aren’t sure what that is, it’s an unlimited music streaming and download service.

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How to Calibrate Compass in iPhone 3GS

If you feel confuse about how to calibrate the iPhone 3GS compass, there is a simple way to calibrate the iPhone 3GS compass. You can move the iPhone around just like a mini car. See the video for more detail about how to calibrate the iPhone 3GS compass.

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Hack to Enable MMS on iPhone 2G running iPhone OS 3.0

The non-availability of the MMS feature for 1st generation iPhone (iPhone 2G) was probably one of the most disappointing news for iPhone 2G users that was announced at the WWDC 2009 Keynote address.

In fact, the MMS feature is not available currently to even iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS in the US. Some folks had figured out a way to enable MMS on iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS.

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Turn on iPhone autofill

The Web browser has been kind of annoying on the iPhone, because it won’t remember what you write in forms, like Safari or IE do on computers.

Here’s how to turn on autofill in the new iPhone firmware.

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Get the most out of your iPhone battery

A number of complaints regarding the iPhone 3GS’ battery have surfaced on Apple’s discussion board since the handset’s June 19 launch. Given Apple’s promises of a faster and longer lasting iPhone, it’s understandable that 3GS users, particularly those who have made the jump from the previous models, have higher expectations.

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How to make iPhone videos sparkle with iMovie

If you read my recent post about taking movies with the iPhone 3GS, you probably noted that I talked about the lack of editing capabilities on the iPhone with the exception of trimming the beginning and ending of your videos. What if you want to edit your movies, add titles or effects, or combine a bunch of short iPhone video clips?

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