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Hollywood (ChattahBox) - Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced yesterday that iPhone owners are going to get their next big update this Friday.[View More]
iFuntastic, the popular program for modding your iPhone is now available for iPhone firmware v2.0.2.[View More]
prMac.com Ann Arbor, Michigan - Ilium Software is pleased to announce synchronization for eWallet(R) on iPhone and iPod touch devices. eWallet is an award-winning secure information and password manager application that's used to store important personal information like credit card numbers, passwords, PINs and much more. The new 6.1.2 release adds full wallet synchronization between an iPhone or iPod touch and a WiFi connected Windows PC.[View More]
Apple has released an update for the firmware for its iPhone 3G but, in typical fashion, has refused to give details of 'OS 2.0.2' - beyond saying it incorporates "bug fixes".
However there's no shortage of blogs and press reports speculating the update is aimed at fixing problems with unreliable web reception and dropped calls on the iPhone 3G - also unconfirmed by Apple but widely reported in the blogosphere.[View More]
The number of business applications available for download in Apple’s App Store is growing steadily. While it doesn’t necessarily mean that businesses are buying iPhones for workers, it’s a good indication that workers are using their iPhones for business purposes.
In March, Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced that anyone could develop software that would run on the iPhone and that Apple would sell it though store it planned to create. At the same meeting he announced that the iPhone was getting a software upgrade designed to make the device more appealing to businesses. But when the App Store launched a little over a month ago, there was little in the way of software targeted to businesses – just 23 apps.[View More]
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]
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 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]
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]