Posts tagged with: iPhone 3G

The Apple iPhone 3G is an iOS powered device that was released in July 2008. Inside is a 600MHz Samsung ARM processor and 128MB of RAM with 8/16GB of internal storage. It comes in two colors (white and black) and features a 3.5-inch QVGA (240x320) TFT screen, and sports a two-megapixel camera. Other features of iPhone 3G include GPS, Bluetooth 2.0, Wi-fi and more. Read our coverage of iPhone 3G for latest news, reviews and videos:

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    In this episode of the iOS App Picks we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will keep you entertained, allow you to create ringtones from your iTunes library, and find cruises easily to fit any budget and schedule. To download these apps directly to your iPhone, just click on the title of the application and the iTunes software will automatically launch to the app in the App Store. If you have the free Google Search app installed on your iPhone just snap a picture of the QR-Code using Google Goggles or any other QR-Code scanner that will launch the App Store on ...

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    It's a fact of life: sooner or later, the manufacturer of your smartphone is going to stop supporting it. You can usually look forward to at least a year of software updates, but at some point, the hardware is either no longer able to keep up with the demands of today's operating systems, or the manufacturer moves on to focusing its attention to its more recent models. In Android-land, hitting that point can mean turning to the community to find custom ROMs that continue to breathe some new life into your handset. For iPhone users, though, once Apple decides to no longer provide updates ...

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    Watch this week's iReview as we through all things cool and the not so cool inside the world of Apple's iOS devices. In today's show we start by covering the expansion of Apple's iPhone 4S into 20 more countries, even if the price isn't right. We later talk about the recent news about iOS App Store developers making 300% more revenue on iOS than on the Android Market. We later talk about iOS 5.1 Beta 2 which finally allows us to remove photos from our photo stream on iCloud. We then cover all the recent advances from the Dev-Team on reaching an untethered Jailbreak of the iPhone 4 running ...

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    Even though some people have complained and even shown refunds of a false alarm regarding Apple's launch of iTunes Match internationally, the service has officially gone live to the world. iTunes Match is that service where you pay $25 a year to have iTunes scan all of your music library and switch all of your downloaded or ripped music with fresh copies of the same songs from the iTunes store at higher quality bit rate. Just make sure you're rocking iTunes 10.5.2 on your computer, and that it is one of your authorized computers within your Apple ID. As with all that Apple launches, expect ...

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    Now here's an interesting note. Apple's iPhone 4 may be one of the best selling smartphones on the planet, but it's no secret to everyone that there are more Android Smartphones sold if we would compare Android as a platform against iOS. So mathematically, there are more Android Market customers out there, than there are iOS App customers, and still a recent study shows that iOS Apps generate 300% more revenue for developers than their Android counterparts. According to Flurry Analytics, for every dollar generated by a specific app in Apple's App Store, that same app will only make $0.24 ...

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    Microsoft has just expanded their OneNote application to support Apple's iPad, along with an update of the iPhone app to version 1.3 to support more languages like Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French and big list of other countries. Microsoft's Office OneNote is famous for allowing you to go beyond simple not taking by enhancing your experience with tools, a more productive experience, and even collaboration with others. The free version of the app: "You can access, create and edit up to 500 notes. Once you reach this limit you can still view, delete, and sync your notes. To continue ...

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    Latin American readers have begun to confirm reports all around of Apple's iTunes Store now selling music in their respective countries. In the past, being able to buy music or movies from iTunes was something that only US customers could do, a long with a small minority of foreign countries. So far, readers from the Peru, Dominican Republic, Chile, Panama, Venezuela, Argentina, and Ecuador have confirmed that the service is working for them. I currently live in Honduras and as you can see by the screenshot, the service is also now selling music and movies here too. Not sure what took them ...

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    Apple has just launched iTunes 10.5.2 with several key improvements for iTunes Match, a long with some fixes in audio distortion when playing or importing music CDs. Sadly we're still not clear on what those improvements to iTunes Match were, but I do know of many cases where customers have complained of the service simply halting with no specific reason. iTunes Match is a service where you pay $25 a year for Apple's iTunes Store to match your music with their files on the store. If a match is made, then Apple will switch your current music with their more enhanced music format. In my ...

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    Watch this week's iReview as we go through all that's Cool and the Not So Cool inside the world of Apple's iOS devices. In today's show we begin by talking about the new deals offered by EA Mobile on their games. We later talk about the new progress in reaching an untethered jailbreak in iOS 5, aside from new developments on a carrier unlock for the iPhone 4S. We talk about Google Currents and how to get our Pocketnow current on your Android or iOS device. We later end the Cool section by going through the OnLive gaming service coming soon to the iPhone and iPad. In the Not So Cool section ...

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    The German court already granted a formal injunction to Motorola against Apple on November 5 but on Friday, December 9, the Mannheim Regional Court ruled that Apple Sales International -- the Irish Apple subsidiary -- infringed on a patent held by Motorola. According to Florian Mueller, "the ruling targets Apple's European sales organization but relates only to that entity's sale to German customers". The patent in question refers to the "method for performing a countdown function during a mobile-originated transfer for a packet radio system" and the ruling relates to all Apple products ...

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    In this episode of the iOS App Picks we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will keep you entertained, help you find great prices while shopping on Google, and scan receipts and documents easily. To download these apps directly to your iPhone, just click on the title of the application and the iTunes software will automatically launch to the app in the App Store. If you have the free Google Search app installed on your iPhone just snap a picture of the QR-Code using Google Goggles or any other QR-Code scanner that will launch the App Store on your iPhone. My Xbox ...

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    If you're a heavy Facebook user on your iPhone you probably noticed every now and then that comments are displayed wrong. For instance, when you just upload a new picture, sometimes Facebook displays comments on it that were received for other ones, mixing content up. A new update is available in the Apple iTunes App Store that addresses the comment bug. Facebook has now reached version 4.0.3 and just about the only thing we noticed (and that's listed in the changelog) is the fact that it "fixes an issue that caused incorrect comments to be displayed for certain photos". Follow the source ...

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    In this episode of the iOS App Picks we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will keep you entertained, allow you to create and mail holiday greeting cards, and listen to radio stations from around the world. To download these apps directly to your iPhone, just click on the title of the application and the iTunes software will automatically launch to the app in the App Store. If you have the free Google Search app installed on your iPhone just snap a picture of the QR-Code using Google Goggles or any other QR-Code scanner that will launch the App Store on your ...

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    It's that time of year where games and apps get so cheap, you'd be crazy not to purchase them. It seems that everybody decided to put-on their Thanks Giving masks by dropping the price tag on their most popular titles for as low as $0.99. In the following list you'll find games from EA, Gameloft, Com2uS, Namco Bandai, Sega and other separate titles like Infinity Blade. Don't let this one day opportunity get buy, as it may be a month until we see them on sale again. Just head on over to the App Store and select any of the following: Com2uS - 9 Innings: Pro Baseball 2011 — $2.99 → ...

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    "The Most Vulnerable Smartphones of 2011" is the name of a recent study conducted by Bit9 where the company is taking a look at which smartphones are most vulnerable to malware exploits and hacking attempts. The study includes the most popular smartphones on the market and finds that "56% of Android phones in marketplace today are running out of date and insecure Android operating system software", mostly manufactured by HTC, Motorola, LG and Samsung. While Android is the most popular smartphone platform at the moment, it is also the number one target to malware attacks. But Bit9 notes ...

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    In this episode of the iOS App Picks we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will keep you entertained, allow you to create slideshows and edit your photos, and find great Black Friday deals. To download these apps directly to your iPhone, just click on the title of the application and the iTunes software will automatically launch to the app in the App Store. If you have the free Google Search app installed on your iPhone just snap a picture of the QR-Code using Google Goggles or any other QR-Code scanner that will launch the App Store on your iPhone. Rat On A ...

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    Apple's iPhone 4 was the most popular cameraphone on Flickr back in June -- and even the most popular camera in general for that matter -- and Cupertino was very proud of it. Now, not even two months after the introduction of the iPhone 4S, the newcomer takes the second spot. The iPhone 4S brings and improved camera over last year's model making the phone one of the top devices in terms of camera quality. The Flickr top-five is dominated by Apple's products: the iPhone 4 is still number one with the 4S catching up quick. The 3G and the 3GS are losing ground for places three and four while ...

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    In this episode of the iOS App Picks we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will allow you to capture scans of documents, keep you entertained, and find recipes and other food related posts from your Facebook friends. To download these apps directly to your iPhone, just click on the title of the application and the iTunes software will automatically launch to the app in the App Store. If you have the free Google Search app installed on your iPhone just snap a picture of the QR-Code using Google Goggles or any other QR-Code scanner that will launch the App Store on ...

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    In this episode of the iOS App Picks we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will allow you to mix your favorite music tracks together, find great deals in your area or visiting cities, and send electronic greeting cards to your loved ones. To download these apps directly to your iPhone, just click on the title of the application and the iTunes software will automatically launch to the app in the App Store. If you have the free Google Search app installed on your iPhone just snap a picture of the QR-Code using Google Goggles or any other QR-Code scanner that will ...

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    Many people don't remember the Smartphone industry before Apple decided to contribute in it with the iPhone. Current standards like capacitive displays, kinetic scrolling, large persistent storage, an accelerometer, gyro, or even common sense things like an App Store were still unheard of before 2007. Specs aside, the idea that normal (non power-user) people would embrace a smartphone was an even bigger oddity. The iPhone, just as its inventor, were truly ahead of their time. We've noticed that the true secret behind Apple's success doesn't lie in their products, nor how powerful they are. ...

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    In this episode of the iOS App Picks we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will find places to go out based upon your likes, allow you to create a photo mosaic from all the photos on your iOS device, and give you detailed information about traffic with free navigation. To download these apps directly to your iPhone, just click on the title of the application and the iTunes software will automatically launch to the app in the App Store. If you have the free Google Search app installed on your iPhone just snap a picture of the QR-Code using Google Goggles or any ...

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    In this episode of the iOS App Picks we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will keep you entertained, allow you to save your receipts easily, and find things to do in your area. To download these apps directly to your iPhone, just click on the title of the application and the iTunes software will automatically launch to the app in the App Store. If you have the free Google Search app installed on your iPhone just snap a picture of the QR-Code using Google Goggles or any other QR-Code scanner that will launch the App Store on your iPhone. Pandora – A free ...

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    The Slide to Unlock gesture implemented on the original iPhone was very popular at that time and there were initial Windows Mobile, and later on, Android applications and even official implementations that applied the concept to the other platforms too. Now Apple has been granted a patent by the United States Patent And Trademark Office for the Slide to Unlock gesture. The patent abstract describes: "A device with a touch-sensitive display may be unlocked via gestures performed on the touch-sensitive display. The device is unlocked if contact with the display corresponds to a predefined ...

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    Ever since Apple introduced iCloud back in June you are able to see a list on your device of all your downloaded and/or purchased Music, TV Shows, Apps and Books in the Updates tab of your App Store or Purchased tab of your iTunes. This is all thanks to iTunes in the Cloud. The principle is very easy: everything purchased get into the list for easy re-downloading. How about when your list becomes cluttered with all the apps you once downloaded, tried and no longer use? And when you don't want other people having access to your device to see your purchase history? Or maybe you just want to ...

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    The Dev-Team has updated the well-known redsn0w package to version 0.9.9b7 and it brings a major improvement: instead of waiting 210 seconds for the jailbreak to happen, the time needed has been reduced by 60 percent. You will only have to wait 80 seconds or so in order to jailbreak your iPhone (iOS device) using Redsn0w 0.9.9b7. This is now possible due to the fact that the tool is "no longer "stashing" the applications by default during the redsn0w run". However, on the downside, you'll have to wait a little bit more when you launch Cydia so the overall time is pretty much the same. "You ...

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