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Skype arrives to Apple iPhone, our first impression inside

Skype arrives to Apple iPhone, our first impression inside

31 March, 2009 | comments (75)

Skype kept to its promise and released the long awaited official Skype application for the iPhone. One of the most popular IM clients is available for free from the App Store as of today. Having several iPhones at hand we were quite happy to give...


AT&T to finally offer unlocked contract-free iPhones 3G

AT&T to finally offer unlocked contract-free iPhones 3G

18 March, 2009 | comments (275)

As leaked information undoubtedly suggest AT&T will starts offering unlocked Apple iPhone 3G without any contract obligations starting from 26th March. To get one (or several), you need to be an existing AT&T customer and have 599/699 US dollars...

Tags: AT&T, iPhone


iPhone OS 3.0 is knocking on the door, launch set for 17 March

iPhone OS 3.0 is knocking on the door, launch set for 17 March

12 March, 2009 | comments (244)

A word is out that Apple is now officially inviting representatives of the press to attend their next big announcement event on 17 March. The event will be dedicated to the upcoming iPhone OS 3.0. There's no word of an upcoming mobile phone, but our...

Tags: iPhone, Touch UI


Apple iPhone gets a native thrid-party copy/paste app

Apple iPhone gets a native thrid-party copy/paste app

21 Jan, 2009 | comments (42)

Apple iPhone finally receives some copy/paste goodness that works throughout all default applications on the device such as SMS, Mail or Notes. To enable it you need Clippy, a free app distributed via Cydia. There's a certain catch though and you...

Tags: iPhone, Touch UI


MobileFiles Pro is the first iPhone app to edit Excel spreadsheets

MobileFiles Pro is the first iPhone app to edit Excel spreadsheets

06 Jan, 2009 | comments (17)

Quickoffice announced today the release of their MobileFiles suite for the iPhone that enables you to view MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint (all 2003 and 2007) and Adobe PDF files as well as music, pictures and videos, even ones stored on a MobileMe...

Tags: iPhone


World’s first software unlock of iPhone 3G caught on video

World’s first software unlock of iPhone 3G caught on video

22 Dec, 2008 | comments (120)

The hard working guys over at the iPhone Dev team have finally did it - the software unlock for the iPhone 3G is ready and will be made public on New Year's Eve. And best of all, it will be free as usual. To prove they have the real Mccoy, a member...

Tags: Apple, iPhone


Google optimizes search results for smartphones

Google optimizes search results for smartphones

19 Dec, 2008 | comments (27)

Google made optimizations on its search engine results for Android and iPhone. The result pages fit perfectly to the screens of all Android-based and Apple devices and load much faster. Currently the changes are available only in English. Apple...

Tags: Android, iPhone


AT&T to ditch WinMo over Symbian, iPhone may stay

AT&T to ditch WinMo over Symbian, iPhone may stay

05 Dec, 2008 | comments (99)

It turns out that these days WinMo is not in its best shape. AT&T have just announced their plans to limit the smartphones in their portfolio to only one OS. They`ll have to choose one of the now existing platforms and according to them the most...


Google voice search coming to the iPhone really soon

Google voice search coming to the iPhone really soon

14 Nov, 2008 | comments (56)

Google have taken searching to a next level and announced that they will be releasing an upgrade of their iPhone search application, which will feature voice recognition. So next time when you are out and about - don't just type in your search term,...


Google Earth in 3D released for the iPhone

Google Earth in 3D released for the iPhone

28 Oct, 2008 | comments (37)

Google released an iPhone version of their highly popular desktop application Google Earth. Not only can you roam the virtual Earth viewing satellite imagery but you can also view selected terrains in 3D just by tilting your iPhone. The iPhone...


iPhone 2.0 unlocked, iPhone 3G will hopefully follow soon

iPhone 2.0 unlocked, iPhone 3G will hopefully follow soon

21 July, 2008 | comments (43)

Last weekend saw the introduction of an unlock solution for the latest iPhone firmware. The first-gen iPhone users will now be able to enjoy 2.0 firmware with any SIM card. The iPhone 3G is not there yet, but there's some progress and we hope it...


Opera Mobile 9.5 to compete with iPhone's Safari browser?

Opera Mobile 9.5 to compete with iPhone's Safari browser?

20 May, 2008 | comments (31)

We've spotted a live video preview of the latest Opera Mobile 9.5 - a fast and feature-rich web browser for mobile devices that strives to snatch the iPhone's Safari browser title for best mobile browsing experience (for the record, we've just made...


Orange to offer iPhone in over 10 countries

Orange to offer iPhone in over 10 countries

16 May, 2008 | comments (37)

Orange today announced that "later this year" they will make the Apple iPhone available in more than ten countries including Austria, Belgium, the Dominican Republic, Egypt, Jordan, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Switzerland and Orange's...


iPhone gets the Vodafone treatment

iPhone gets the Vodafone treatment

6 May, 2008 | comments (59)

Vodafone announced they have signed an agreement with Apple to sell the controversial handset in as many as 10 countries where Voda have coverage. Those countries include Australia, the Czech Republic, Egypt, Greece, Italy, India, Portugal, New...


Apple iPhone 8GB gets a price cut in UK

Apple iPhone 8GB gets a price cut in UK

16 Apr, 2008 | comments (58)

The highly controversial Apple iPhone is finally getting a more reasonable price of GBP 169 instead of the original GBP 269. O2 UK and Carphone Warehouse who exclusively sell the iPhone in UK will be also giving GBP 100 vouchers to customers who...

Tags: Apple, iPhone


Austria and Ireland say hello to iPhone

Austria and Ireland say hello to iPhone

14 Mar, 2008 | comments (40)

Apple iPhone has made its next steps in Europe. As of today the iPhone will be officially offered in Austria and Ireland too. The exclusive carrier for Austria is T-Mobile (same as in Germany), while the place to get it in Ireland is the O2 network...

Tags: Apple, iPhone


Apple releases the iPhone SDK

Apple releases the iPhone SDK

07 Mar, 2008 | comments (48)

Well, there you have it - Apple has made public the iPhone SDK and now developers of all walks of life can hop on and develop native applications for one of the most hyped mobile phones currently. Not so fast though, as while the developing may...

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iPhone gets 16 gigs worth of storage

iPhone gets 16 gigs worth of storage

05 Feb, 2008 | comments (87)

Exactly as rumored, Apple announced the new monstrous 16GB version of the famous or better yet notorious Apple iPhone. Currently the new Apple iPhone 16GB is available through the Apple store and AT&T stores in USA. The European carriers offering...

Tags: Apple, iPhone


iRiver hits on iPhone

iRiver hits on iPhone

09 Jan, 2008 | comments (56)

The widely popular PMP manufacturer iRiver has reported their plans to enter the cell phone market with their first GSM phone, showcasing a prototype of ala-iPhone-device with a full touchscreen navigation. The iRiver GSM phone doesn't have a...

Tags: iRiver, Apple, iPhone


iPhone 1.1.3 on video with tons of new features

iPhone 1.1.3 on video with tons of new features

30 Dec, 2007 | comments (94)

Previous firmware versions only did cosmetic changes to the iPhone interface as far as users are concerned. Back-end fixes can rarely be seen by the ordinary user. As some leaked info has it, the latest 1.1.3 firmware update that will become...

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