Posts tagged with: iPhone 3GS

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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    The untethered iOS 5 jailbreak for the iPhone 4 (A4-chip powered devices) was demoed on video recently by developer Pod2g; he just updated on the status of his work and it's a rather interesting one. All the details concerning the A4 untethered jailbreak have been handed over for testing, finishing, developing and releasing purposes to the Chronic Dev Team. Pod2g, the man basically behind the solution will be focusing on a similar jailbreak for A5-powered devices (iPhone 4S and iPad 2), which translates into excellent news for both iPhone 4 owners with iOS 5 (who will get an untethered ...

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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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    The new version of Google Voice for iPhone brings Sprint integration support. Mountain View has updated the application and bumped the version number all the way to 1.4.0.2372 in order to bring, among other stuff, the ability to send all calls to the native dialer when the phone is integrated with Sprint. There's also multi-recipient texting with contact autocomplete, multi-line text entry field with character count as well as one-touch Copy/Paste in dialpad, but the most important addition is the Sprint integration. iPhone users on Sprint will have all their Google Voice calls being ...

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    "Portable electronic device with graphical user interface supporting application switching" is the name of the patent Apple managed to secure; in other words, a smartphone capable of multitasking. The abstract of the patent (which you can read by following the source link) is even more interesting and seems to apply to those actions where a certain connected call is being maintained while the user interface -- "in response to detecting activation of a menu icon or menu button" -- switches to something else and then back by following the same procedure. The patent is rather interesting and ...

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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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    It's like a perpetuum mobile this legal war between Apple and Samsung! The Korean phone maker said this morning that it had filed a new claim in Germany on December 16 against Apple. On a general note, Apple has "started" the whole legal battle when it accused Samsung of copying the iPhone design. The war soon extended to tablets and other regions and countries, like Germany, where Apple scored a couple of stage-wins. Now Samsung is accusing Apple for infringing four of its patents, including those related to telecommunications standard technology and user interface. Source: Yahoo Via: ...

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    If you're lucky you already have the new Facebook timeline for your profile -- and if you're not you probably found a way around for getting it. With the new Facebook application for your iPhone you can now enjoy the new Facebook goodies on your device. As of the new version, Facebook for iPhone plays nice with Timeline. It not only displays events chronologically but it also grants access to friend lists, subscribers and subscriptions. The new app is also faster, delivering better performance and if you're watching photos from Facebook, these are easier to view, upload and comment on. ...

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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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    Morgan Stanley just decided to sit down and re-do all their estimates for how Apple will perform an 2012. With the staggering growth of Android, you could assume the number would shrink, but they actually grew. According to Kate Huberty, analyst at Morgan Stanley, the US market will consume more iPhones in the first quarter of 2012 than whichever record sales figure we'll see by the end of Q4/2011. We're not really sure how possible that estimate is since Apple's best quarter is always the last one of the year, but many of us do believe that this growth will have a "BlackBerry Decline" ...

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    There are plenty of reasons why you might be paying special attention to your iPhone's consumption of data over its cellular connection. Maybe you're on a restrictive plan and pushing the limits of your allocated bandwidth, or perhaps you're roaming internationally and would like to avoid what can be some very steep rates. Luckily for you, there are tools to help to manage how and when you use data, like the setting built-in to the App Store that lets you control whether downloads occur over your phone's 3G connection, or if they should be saved for when you're getting online via WiFi. At ...

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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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    iBooks needs no introduction if you are using an Apple iPhone. You might not only use it for reading eBooks but also for displaying and checking out PDF files. The application has been updated to version 1.5 and adds a lot of new features. Probably the most important two additions are "nighttime reading" (a theme easy on your eyes for reading in the dark) and "full-screen layout" (that allows you to maximize the content of the book and read without distraction). There are also some new fonts added (Athelas, Charter, Iowan, and Seravek) as well as a redesigned annotation palette. Follow the ...

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    Facebook started offering video calling as a direct effect of the collaboration with Skype, an offering which is available to (some) users of the social network on the desktop. According to recent reports, the next version of the Facebook Messenger app will bring video calls. The new version of the application is reportedly already being tested out in the wild and a final version should not be that far out. When the update is being pushed out, users with supported devices will not only be able to video chat among them but also with desktop users too. Of course, an Android equivalent ...

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    If you like to use the dedicated Facebook Messenger application instead of the chat capabilities of the general Facebook app to keep in touch with friends, you'll notice an update available in your iTunes/App Store. The new version, numbered 1.5.2, not only fixes the "blue screen" startup crash for some together with other bugs but it will also start up considerably faster. Message scrolling is also faster so you can get quickly to a certain point in a conversation and the friend chooser now features Retina display photos. Follow the source link below to grab the app or just update via ...

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    Common sense in general as well as company policies often prohibits employees from doing or saying certain things that would be detrimental to the company. Apple has recently fired an employee because of his rants about the iPhone, published all over the ex-employees Facebook page. The ex-employee was a specialist at Apple's Chapel-field store in Norwich; that happened before he started telling everyone on Facebook that one certain app "f***ed up" the time zone on his phone. His sarcastic status was also updated with the occasion of The Beatles collection being made available on iTunes. ...

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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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    You might have heard of, or even used, the ability in iOS to place system setting shortcuts on your home screen. This allowed for quick, one-touch access to common Settings like WiFi and Bluetooth. We say "allowed" because iOS 5.1 Beta seems to remove this ability and chances are the public version will too. Settings were available with the help of a special URL-type address, accessed via Safari and then saved as a favorite with an individual icon on your home screen. Not anymore with iOS 5 Beta but we hope the ability will be re-enabled in the public release -- though we might hear ...

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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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