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Although it’s been around for the past four years, the ‘wallet phone’ has only been available in Japan. However, thanks to new technology that now makes the cell phone compatible with global standards, the Japanese will actually start to share their stroke of genius with us; let’s hope that this puts the US 99 years behind Japan in technology rather than 100 years. [View More]
Apple has released iPhone OS 2.0.2 with its obligatory, but unhelpful, release notes indicating only "bug fixes."
Unfortunately, a resolution to widespread, frustrating 3G reception issues is not among those fixes. In fact, some users have reported that the update manifests poorer 3G reception than 2.0.1, with devices now giving a "No Service" message in previously 3G-accessible locations.[View More]
The iPhone has a notoriously wimpy 2 megapixel camera built in, and strapping this humongous telescope to that feeble camera is not likely to turn you into Ansel Adams.
And while everyone appreciates a bargain, the fact that this unit costs just $19 does not inspire confidence.[View More]
Users from around the world have deluged Apple's website with complaints that their new iPhone 3G drops calls and is slow to download web pages.
The much-vaunted iPhone 3G has been hit by problems, users say
The new version of the iPhone was released with 3G technology with the promise that it would improve the slow internet download speeds that had plagued the previous model.
Its much-trumpeted UK launch last month was hit by a software glitch that forced customers who queued up outside stores to wait until long after they opened before they could buy a device.[View More]
Turkcell said Monday it will bring Apple Inc.'s new iPhone 3G to Turkey later this year.
The iPhone 3G, which promises faster Web browsing than the year-old original model, went on sale July 11 in the United States and 21 other countries.[View More]
Apple has released a fourth beta of iPhone OS 2.1 that, according to to sources, removes some or all of the groundwork laid for push services. Apparent GPS directional features have also been removed. Apple has provided no reasoning, though speculation posits that, given numerous issues with iPhone OS 2.0 and 2.0.1, the company may have decided to concentrate on bug fixes rather than introduce new features in the incremental update.
The forthcoming push notification service is a workaround for the lack of background process capabilities on the iPhone that will also purportedly enhance performance and battery life for the device. Actual push testing cannot yet occur, however, since no live, public push server has been established.[View More]
BusinessWeek is reporting that Apple will fix problems being reported with the iPhone 3G handset with a software update, rather than a more expensive approach such as a recall. Floods of complaints about problems using 3G networks, dropped calls and other issues spread across the Internet, cuing the blogosphere to debate and speculate on what might be causing the problems.[View More]
It has been a month since the iPhone 3G hit stores worldwide to an eagerly awaiting crowd. It was the second coming of the Jesus-Phone and this one was going to be the phone we deserved the first time round. New Firmware, GPS, the App Store and of course the 3G support all built into a more curvaceous body.
Things didní»t get off to a perfect start on launch day with O2s systems going down in the UK and Apple having problems with iTunes activation and the freshly launched Mobile Me. But despite these issues Apple still managed to sell over a million iPhone 3Gs in its first weekend of release.[View More]
Users of Apple's iPhone who had been looking to upgrade to the next-generation 3G version of the device have had to turn to long distance --- Des Moines or the Twin Cities, for example --- for an upgrade.
On Wednesday, retail electronics chain Best Buy Co. said it would start selling the iPhone Sept. 7, becoming first U.S. chain to do so outside of Apple Inc.'s and AT&T Inc.'s own stores.
The iTunes App Store is a bit of a big deal these days. Several new applications pop up in the iTunes store every day. With hundreds of apps to download from it can be time consuming to sort through them all. Unfortunately, there is no try before you buy option for any of the iTunes apps. So, if you happen to see one that looks interesting, but requires you to shell out your hard earned cash, app reviews really come in handy. While the iTunes App Store features reviews from others, sometimes you just want a second opinion. Today, ReadWriteWeb brings you 4 iPhone/iPod app review sites.[View More]