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Released in June 2009, the Apple iPhone 3GS smartphone is an iOS powered device. The Apple iPhone 3Gs is powered by a 800MHz Samsung Cortex A8 processor with 256MB of RAM and 8/16/32GB of internal storage. It features a 3.5-inch QVGA (240x320) screen and sports a three-megapixel camera with autofocus and HD video recording. Other features of iPhone 3GS smartphones include Bluetooth 2.1, GPS, Wi-Fi, and much more. Read our coverage of iPhone 3GS for the web's best Apple iPhone news, reviews and videos:

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    Co-founder of Apple Computer, Co., Steve Wozniak, uses his Apple iPhone as his primary device because he loves the "beauty of it" but he said: "...I wish it did all the things my Android does, I really do". While Wozniak believes that the iPhone is still "the best overall smartphone", he acknowledges that there are several departments in which Google's Android has managed to leap ahead (such as voice commands or Android's built-in navigation system). It is much easier to use an iPhone, unlike Android which has been often labeled as the platform for geeks. However, "if you're willing to do ...

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    Apple's iTunes Match offering was initially available only in the U.S. but back in mid-December Cupertino launched it internationally. There were a total number of 17 countries supported after the initial expansion and now the company is taking it one step further. Add to those 17 countries -- among which Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United Kingdom, France, Germany and Spain -- an additional number of 20, mainly markets in South and Central America. European users in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and the Netherlands will also be able to switch the songs in their collection with higher ...

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    Work on jailbreaks for iOS devices has been coming along steadily, with the project to bring an untethered jailbreak to the A5-based iPhone 4S reporting an optimistic goal of possibly having a release ready in just a matter of days. If you've got an older Apple handset, you've been in even better shape, with an untethered solution for such models on iOS 5.0.1 available since late last month. While all this progress was being made by the iOS development community, Apple wasn't sitting idly by, and has fixed the exploit used by the released jailbreak in its latest iOS 5.1 beta 3. These ...

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    Ever since Siri became the must-have feature of the iPhone 4S, the Apple development has been hard at work on bringing Siri, or at a very Siri-like experience, to owners of older iOS hardware. Ultimately, though, many users look to Apple in the hopes that it will someday end this current period of Siri exclusivity, and bring the service to the rest of its users. While there's no hard evidence that the company is working on such a thing, one of the changes introduced in the iOS 5.1 beta 3 provides a hint that just shine some light on Apple's future Siri plans. With the latest iOS beta ...

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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 edit and share you photos, create a chronological order of your life, and keep you entertained. 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. Photo Shake ...

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    Sony has released its Android client for the Qriocity-powered streaming service plus online syncing offering, dubbed Music Unlimited, back in June 2011. It appears that there are plans to bring the service to Apple's iOS-powered devices. Tim Schaaff, head of Sony Entertainment Network, announced that a free application for the iPhone and iPad are in the works and should land in the AppStore by the end of this quarter. The iPhone flavor will also offer offline caching for subscribers as well as the ability to save playlists for offline listening. If the principle sounds familiar then you ...

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    Verizon is determined to take 4G LTE seriously and to testify to that, Keith Lampron, Verizon's associate director of device marketing, called the technology a "hard requirement". He also revealed that the carrier is not committed to only supplying Android and Apple devices; Windows Phones and BlackBerry smartphones are more than welcome to join the line-up, as long as they support 4G LTE. This probably explains the lonely HTC Trophy on Verizon but with the Titan II and Lumia 900 Windows Phones proving 4G LTE support on AT&T, everything is possible. Simply put, any device that will be part ...

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    With all the news and fresh bits coming out of CES in Las Vegas, Apple enthusiasts are somewhat marginalized since the Cupertino company is continuing its non-presence at the show. However, Apple released a new beta of its iOS platform to developers. iOS 5.1 beta 3 is wearing build number 9B5141a and is available to download from the source link below (or should be pushed over-the-air to devices with beta 2). Aside from a variety of bugfixes and improvements over the previous beta, the current iteration is bringing back the lost 3G toggle switch. Apple removed the option as of iOS 5 but it ...

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    Netflix is among those offerings which really needs no introduction. What it needs (or what potential users need) is expansion to more regions and on that very same note the on-demand Internet streaming media offering is now live in the U.K. If you have an Apple iPhone or an Android-powered device, you can head over to the respective source links to access your platform's market to download the Netflix app for free. You'll still need a £5.99 per month subscription to go with the app but once you've got that too you're all set. Check out their catalogue and start watching streaming TV ...

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    Samsung's plans for its own Instant Messaging tool, called ChatOn, were made public back in October. We were told of a cross-platform application that will come preloaded on Bada and Android-powered Samsung devices, with plans for BlackBerry and iPhone up the sleeve too. After launching the Android version of ChatOn, available for anyone to download from the Android Market, it is now time for the iPhone iteration to be up in the Apple iTunes App Store. Described as "a Global Mobile Communication Service that enables you to have better relationships with your buddies or groups", ChatOn ...

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    In this episode of the iOS App Picks we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will help you find an inexpensive airline ticket, let you stay up to date on your financial accounts, and keep you entertained. 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. ...

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    According to Verizon's Chief Financial Officer, Fran Shammo, who talked at a Citigroup conference in San Francisco on Wednesday, the carrier managed to more than double its iPhone sales for the last quarter of 2011, compared to the one before it. The launch of the iPhone 4S had definitely a very important role in helping Verizon sell 4.2 million Apple-phones in the fourth quarter last year. Competing directly with AT&T -- which, according to estimates, sold more than 5.5 million units during Q4 2011 -- Verizon is closing down the gap but until official numbers are made public, we are left ...

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    Whenever we head into Settings (regardless of the platform the phone runs) and decide to password lock our devices, it is because we want to limit other people's access to information on our devices. Apple's latest iOS allows users to snap pictures quickly without the need to unlock the phone; after all, some moments only last for a couple of blinks. There seems to be a bug in iOS 5 that could allow an unauthorized person to take a look at your photos, without the need to unlock the device. It is a bit tricky but nevertheless a security issue. Normally one would only be able to snap ...

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    If you're an Apple fan you probably heard about rumors regarding a possible event in January. So far rumors were talking about iPad(s) and Apple TVs but according to the latest reports, it will be all about iBooks and publishing. The event allegedly coming later this month in New York will focus on publishing and digital books with no hardware whatsoever. The event will be nothing major, the report notes, and even the attendance will be "more publishing industry-oriented than consumer-focused". Expect some improvements in the iBooks segment, an offering which is available for both phones ...

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    Cracked applications for Apple's iOS have found a home in Apptrackr's index but Apple isn't just sitting on the sidelines. According to a recent blog post from the creators Apptrackr, Cupertino is laying down as much roadbumps as possible. "Apple has been severely scraping Apptrackr for links and sending huge takedown notices for a lot of content", says the blog post. Cupertino has to fight in order to protect the platform and its developers from what seems to be already a problem. Apptrackr on the other hand is also making a couple of moves in order to keep the service running (like ...

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