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hi , sorry my english is not so good but you will understand i am mad ,,!! my child is using his iphone " youtube app " to search for sexy videos!! i didnt find a way to prevent that ... ! and i cant hide youtube form he becuse he needs it in his studies !!! just find me a ways to prevent these kind of videos like teen lesbian , asian kiss if you said its not sex !! i will !! he start searching for asian guys kiss !! i need a programm that can prevent these videos but in the same time allow him to search for his studies or anything useful and i alos post in youtube! i need this now !
Got this sexy looking black 4s, played with siri etc and today I get a call from my friend who tells me I called him 5 times in the last 15 mins. I was shocked. When I checked my call history I didn't place a call from the morning. I thought it might be a bug with the phone itself and then checked my atnt to see it something triggers the calls, was disappointed to find that the calls didnt show up in my calls made history with atnt. This is so crappy to find out from your friend that he heard all your personal talks. Had to switch it off before it called him back again. If phones like 4s do such things this can really be a downside for Apple specially if it happens with confidentially sensitive discussions, not sure if its the provider or the phone itself. Phone has already acted up weird with the VoiceoOver being enabed and locking me into the blind man's world. Did an facetime and the phone was cooking. Is it for real that black iphones heat up more then white iphones?. Anyone else seeing these similar issues, would be surprised if its just one iphone outta 4 million+ sold that has these issues.
Anyone has a link that has a varity of iPhone 4 cases? Thanks.
Hello,Yes Iphone 4 is so sexy.I have reception issues too unfortunatly , only where reception is weak anyway, but yes it happens...also iphoto would not import most of the times the iphone 4 videos?any suggestions why and how to fix it ?Many thx Anteros I mac 24 inch , 3.06 gigahertz Mac OS X (10.5.5)
Bricked my 3G trying to upgrade to 4.0. So I'm sure this is a common issue but Apple just told me (The Dev tech support) because I failed to register my device w/ dev kit b4 restore i'm outta luck till 4.0 is commercially released. WOW REALLY? I "get" it. All I really wanna do is develop an app for my radioshow. I signed up, paid etc then the allure of 4.0 was presented. I couldn't help myself now I have the "sexy looking brick" mentioned in another thread.Thanks in advance,-Todd aka djdotkom
I happily received my iPhone last Friday and spent the weekend setting it all up. Thats where the first disappointment / frustration came in - couldnt transfer any files or contacts from my old Sony Ericsson via bluetooth. Had to spend hours setting up my contacts on my MacBook Pro so I could use the sync via iTunes. Have found that I cannot connect to any phone via bluetooth.Next frustration arose when I discovered that all the ringtones I created for my Sony (mp3 extracts of various songs) cannot be used as ringtones on the iPhone. Have just found a few convoluted ways to get around this but yet to try them.Next frustration came when I couldnt forward an SMS or copy it. Found on the forum that there is some third party software to download to bypass this. Cant send or receive MMS eitherLastly I tried to pair my Jabra bluetooth stereo headset - had the same problems as others (as found out after discovering the forums). I can get it for phone usage (or voicemail at least) but not for playing music.Oh, forgot one - no FM radio! All the basic, common old features found on any new phone, but cannot do any of these on the latest. greatest. state-of-the-art phones. Absolutely love the way all the features which you CAN use operate - sensational functionality. But with so many basics that cannot be performed, I think I will (very sadly) have to take advantage of the 10-day cooling off period, and return my phone and get a later model Sony or Samsung. At least I know they do MY basics.If I have my facts totally wrong, then please let me know ASAP before I send the phone back and wait until (hopefully) later models get it right! Please note that I have been a Mac computer user for years and love them. I have been eagerly waiting for my phone contract to expire so I could get this sexy iPhone - oh how disappointing!!!!! Macbook Pro Mac OS X (10.4.11) iPhone and iMac
I need the best (best=highly satisfying) case in terms of protection for the iphone 3G I ordered. I know there are a lot of posts on this subject but I have very specific preferences and dont want to spend hours reading tons of posts on every channel out there. I like to first ask you friends out there whom I trust and have experience. Just imagine that I am a Marine going into battle, what kind of case would I want.What I need in a case:Hard protection for the iPhone overallHard protection for the screen (perhaps most importantly from all the stories I have heard)Shock-absorbing rubber-like protection for if (God forbid) I drop itSeamless protection to protect the iPhone including its ports and whatnot from the elements (dust, moisture, kids sticky fingers)What would also be nice:Near as possible waterproofingAccess to using the screenAccess to other functions, buttons, ports, etc. For instance, I would like to charge/sync without taking it out of the caseWont scratch or damage the iPhone while being wornWont require me to take out a loanWhat I dont care about:Belt clip. Where I live, you dont want to be walking around with an expensive piece of technology hanging around on your person. You are asking for special attention. Looks, style, sweetness, yeah I know the iPhone is sexy but Im more pragmatic and need protection for this very expensive and, lets face it, fragile machine. Its small and will be going everywhere. Looks dont matter much when youre a dead and useless hunk of nothin. Also, I dont care if it looks unprofessional or stupid, where I work you look as professional as you write (please dont take this post as an example of my best work), not by the jacket your phone wears.Bulkiness. I dont care how big the case makes it as long as it can still go in my pocket.I appreciate any of your recommendations whether they are from personal experience or something you have researched yourself. If you do have experience with a case that was meant to be high on protection, then please share your story. For instance, I know the Otterbox Defender is well-established, or how about those Ivyskins, but has any of them lived up to their names?Message was edited by: anthrovisualMessage was edited by: anthrovisual macbook pro Mac OS X (10.5.5)
Hi,Ok, for all the sexy hype about the iPhones user interface (which is sexy!) the underlying product is CRAP!!!!!!!My previous Motorola Razr V3 was vastly better and reliable as a mobile phone.The Syncing technique is a bag of nails. Apples pathelogical desire to control everything that goes on with the iPhone, destroys the user experience.If Im going to stay with the iPhone, theres got to be some real improvement in useability, reliability and flexibility.NO DOUBT THIS POSTING WILL BE REMOVED AS APPLE CANNOT STAND CRITISCM !!!!!! PC Windows XP iPhone 3G 8G
They say you can tell a lot about a man by his apps.Apple has opened up a wonderful can of worms by welcoming the development of anyone with time, skill, and innovation enough to program new applications for their iPhone and iPod touch. And just as they did with iTunes, they're acting as a gatekeeper between the producer and the user, and taking their share of every transaction (30%) while watching their hardware sales skyrocket.It's an ingenious way to sell hardware: Make software, or in this case supervise the transfer of open development to the consumer, and everyone and their brother will want the manufactured device that it runs on.The best part of this whole personal computing revolution is the idea of customization. Every user is different, and Apple has made it possible for everyone to enjoy their iPhone in their own way. Check out the list below and see where you fit in. The DadModeled after my actual Dad, this user is frugal and practical. The Dad tends to download free applications that enhance his quality of life without breaking the bank.If this is you, you'll want to check out:Where - Using your location, this helps find the cheapest gas prices and the closest Starbucks among other features.Units Converter - For all those times you need to convert footpounds to newtonmeters.Security for People and Computers - This practical ebook on being safe is perfect for the paranoid on the go.The PlayaIf you don't speak Spanish, this is urbanspeak for player, lady's man, or ladycandy. In Spanish, playa means "beach" which does not allow for any kind of pun in our situation. The Playa is characterized by the need to communicate with as many potential ladies as possible, and to always know their location, so as to minimize the burn a Playa feels from an accidental sighting.Downlizzle:Loopt - This social-networking tool links up your friends' locations with what's going on and where they're headed. The ultimate in stalking, uh, watching fellow users.MMS - Send sexy pix of yourself accompanying text with an MMS app, something Apple should have included in the original phone's software set.Sweetheart - Allows you to place an icon on your home screen that dials your lady with one push of the button. The Playa may need to continually change this number depending on which honey is numero uno, but it's a nice touch when you're putting the mack down.The MusicophileThis archetype is obsessed with getting the most out of their music phone. Not only is the iPod portion of their phone packed to capacity with the hippest tuneage, but they've got the best of all the music apps that help them create, listen, and share the love. Think Moby meets Chuck Klosterman.Download:Pandora - What started as a web program utilizing the music genome project, Pandora has finally gone mobile. It creates personalized radio stations that, through feedback, cater to your tastes over time. It is maybe the best music app available and it's free.Shazam - The second best music app, this lets you identify songs by simply holding it up to hear the music. You can also tag the song for future reference and buy it through handy iTunes links.Beatmaker - This costly app is worth every penny if you're interested in creating original music through looping and drum pad integration. It is a tricked-out music companion program that can kill some serious time. See it in action. MixMeister - For every douche that wants to be part of a culture not their own, this app lets you can scratch "authentic vinyl scratch sounds" like a douche.Karajan - The more hardcore of this music-loving subset will use Karajan to help learn about pitch, scales, chords, and other technical music theory fodder.The Party GirlThe Party Girl is an all-about-town, socialite for the new generation. She has to be at every party and every event, and she has to look her best. Think Paris Hilton meets Paris Hilton.Hook up with:Twitteriffic - All the joy of Twitter, but at the most mobile and immediate place possible, your purse.Whrrl - Whrrl is Loopt on steroids as it allows you to do everything Loopt can do, but also link locations and activities through your Twitter and Facebook accounts, making it even more fabulous.I Am Rich - This app is no more, but when it was up for a couple days back in early August, you would have been able to show your opulence by displaying a single red gem on your iPhone's display. It was the max price an app could be at $999.99 and it was purchased 8 times before its unceremonious and explanation-free removal by Apple.The GamerHating everything about every game currently available for the iPhone is this user's modus operandi. This clan is largely skeptical about the prospects of the iPhone delivering good gaming beyond Sudoku. Currently, the only hope for the iPhone's bleak gaming future is that John Carmack of id Doom, Quake, etc. is saying he really wants to develop a game for motion-sensitive touchscreen interface.Gamers might want to ping:Knights Run - The perfect thinking man's puzzle game, you have merely one knight's piece from chess and you have to touch each space only once making "knight"-like maneuvers.Blackjack - Uh, it's Blackjack.Jirbo - This company has a fair amount of classics available like Break, which is basically your Arkanoid, Marble Mash (Marble Madness), and an arcade multipack. They make good games and they make 'em cheap.Super Monkey Ball - The highest selling game, some people dig this app that makes use of the phone's accelerometer while other's, G4's Kevin Pereira included, think it's not worth the $10 price tag.The JesterThis user is all about the fun apps that bring smiles to everyone around them. They bust the phone out to get the giggles rolling and to remind them that life is really about having fun and forgetting your worries.Try on:Facemelter - Allows you to import and manipulate photos by pinching and dragging directly on the touchscreen, or you can just use photos taken by the phone.PhoneSaber - Once upon a time, there was an app that allowed you the power of wielding a light saber complete with sounds and everything. This app is no longer available and no one seems to know why. Here it is in action.iBeer - iBeer is that silly app you've seen doofus' using that looks like a full beer. When tilted, the liquid appears to drain out of the top and, presumably, into your gaping maw. So funny I forgot to have laughened!LOLCats - This little funbug crawls Flickr and searches for any pictures tagged "LOLCat." You simply fire it up and are able to browse the quickly tiresome world of broken language kittenspeak for hours upon hours.freebird - This is just a video image of a lighter or if you're feeling frisky, it becomes a static glow stick or candle image.Lick My Phone - You used to be able to show a puppy dog licking the inside of your screen clean. This app, however, seems to have gone the way of 'I Am Rich' and 'PhoneSaber.' It is regretfully no longer available. You're welcome.The FugitiveEverything completely unlocked and jailbroken, this law-breaker has customized their phone to the hilt according to their own programming, abiding by no Apple updates or AT&T plans, they are selling out soft and firmware updates for the chance to save probably $10 on their monthly phone bill and be the only one with totally awesome satanic icons.Try:Thinking for yourselfThe RandomistYou may find you don't fit neatly into any of these categories. It wouldn't be right for Ty Colfax by way of G4 to marginalize you and put you in a neat little box with a convenient and pithy label. That's what is so great about all this app business. It's you and it's your phone. Finally, the user is able to pick the functions of one of their most used daily device and simplify/complicate their lives to their own liking. Today is truly a good day.Honestly, this article barely scratches the surface. Take some time to browse the always changing app store. There's tons of games, distractions, and practical applications that will improve your life or impress the opposite sex, which lets face it are really the same thing. Customize yourself, lest you blend in with the rest of the herd only to be slaughtered before you even notice it's happening.Via g4tv.com Posted by Ty Colfax