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The competition for the iPhone seems to be getting hotter by the day. After a slew of releases by GSM band competitors now LG has launched a CDMA handset to compete with it. The LG10000 can be used on the Reliance mobile network in India. It is a clamshell model with a 2.8 inch touchscreen and QWERTY keyboard.
OpenClip is an open-source framework that brings copy and pasting between apps to the iPhone by exploiting the fact that applications can read from another application's documents directory, endrunning the sandbox issue. Apps using the framework look through every app's doc directory for the most recently changed OpenClip file to get the paste. Here's the thing: Daring Fireball's John Gruber points out that this convenient loophole is slammed shut in the iPhone 2.1 beta. Update: OpenClip has a post in response to 2.1 breaking C+P between apps.[View More]
It's rare that we get a mobile phone case that really excites us--as you can imagine--but we think we've found one. The Cygnett GrooveShield Form iPhone 3G case is as simple as it is beautiful--yes that's right, we just called a case beautiful.[View More]
The poor battery life on the 3G iPhone is annoying some users, but Apple may be designing a less power-hungry chipset
Not from Apple, of course--at least not this time around.
Third-party developer, OpenClip, has nearly hit upon a fix for the iPhone's much-requested, but thus-far undelivered feature. The company has worked out a solution that saves copied data to the handset's open memory, which can be accessed by other apps.[View More]
One of the common complaints about Apple's iPhone--and one that did not get solved with the launch of the iPhone 3G--is the lack of a copy-paste function. An independent developer, Zac White, recently unveiled his open-source solution: OpenClip, a standard for other iPhone application developers.[View More]
An update released for the iPhone two days ago is meant to deal with communication problems with the company’s 3G iPhone, an Apple spokeswoman said.[View More]
Apple Inc. released a software update it says will help fix some connectivity problems with the iPhone 3G.[View More]
I've had very few problems with my iPhone 2.0 and subsequent 2.01 releases. But the Internet has been abuzz lately with people who are having lots of problems with the iPhone 2 software, especially overseas. Apple's iPhone 2.0.2 update was supposed to help alleviate these problems....it didn't. For me, it has caused more.[View More]
Apple CEO Steve Jobs responded to a perturbed iPhone owner via email recently. In the email, he said that Apple is aware of the 3G iPhone's problems, and will fix them with the next software update, due in September.[View More]