Watch this week’s iReview as we go through Verizon’s pricing for data on their new iPhone, and pre-order details for existing Verizon customers. We also talk about Angry Birds and their next plans for the app. We cover the reports on the possibility of NFC technology making it to the next generation iPhone, rumors about the iOS 4.3 release, and what happens when you hang-up to Apple while they’re calling you to give you your $10,000 iTunes gift card. In the not so cool section we go through the boring new rumors on the White iPhone 4, AT&T’s new strategy to [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through iOS 4.3 beta’s new multi-touch gestures making it to the iPhone, new crop and rotation improvements to the photos apps, and the possibility of having improved streaming services for the next generation iPhone. We also go through the Verizon rebate for all those eligible in case you purchase a Verizon iPhone 4 at full retail price, and we also go through the new services offered by Cydia to remember your package download database. In the not so cool, we talk about our expectations for the iPhone future with Steve Jobs’ recent [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through our impressions of the Verizon iPhone plus lots about iOS 4.3 beta and what you’ll get, which is really not much. We also go through the new multi-touch gestures coming to the iPad and how these could affect future releases of the iPhone. We cover the rumored GPU changes that may come to the next generation iPhone, and the new hovering over the screen technology that’s recently been patented. In the not so cool section we go through yet another blow at the iPhone 3G, and why the Dev Team is not providing any carrier unlock [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through our predictions on the possible Verizon iPhone launch on Tuesday January 11th, the new leaks on Apple’s possible changes in antenna design, our confirmed envy on iPhone 3G owners being able to get Gingerbread after a Jailbreak, the iPhone 3Gs on sale, and our thoughts on At&t’s confirmation of an LTE iPhone in 2012. On the not so cool section we go through VLC’s recent ban from the App Store, a new batch of bugs surfacing on iOS 4.2.1, and finally, our thoughts on the Boston gal who made news over being fired for [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through Skype’s deployment of video calls on the iPhone, stronger Verizon rumors now in writing, and the Dev-Team’s release of their beta for untethered jailbreaking on the iPhone 4 running iOS 4.2.1. On the not so cool section we talk about Apple’s lame “wake up” call through a non working alarm bug, and CNN’s recent comments on Antennagate as the worse technology flaw of 2010. We also cover our 2011 predictions on hardware and software for the iPhone and iOS, so be sure to hit us up with a comment if you [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through the EA/Gameloft/Namco price war and why we’re not complaining! We also go through Skype’s iOS video chat’s internal documents leaking more Verizon iPhone news, cool games getting really important updates, rumors of Game Center getting sync services, and also all the recent updates Apple made to their Remote App including AirPlay. On the Not So Cool section we go through recent problems between the DevTeam over the SHAtter exploit leak, NoseDial which is our Appalling App of the Week, and our thoughts on Apple pulling [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through iPhone sales finally making it to Radioshack for $50 off at least, Apple’s new patents offering radial menus, 3D visuals, time based search services and even FM Radio patents. We also go through the inclusion of Network Fast Dormancy on iOS 4.2 and why it’s weird Apple didn’t make a big deal out of it, and we also cover the Gameloft deals for the month. On the not so cool section we go through the risks behind Ultrasn0w’s new unlock walk around for the iPhone 3GS and 3G, the weird FaceTime bugs that happened in [...]
Watch this weeks iReview as we go through Apple’s release of iOS 4.2.1 and how Find My iPhone found its way to it for free. We have a look into the currently tethered RedSn0w unlock, the UltraSn0w unlock service availability, and how to get AirPlay working on 3rd party apps through a Jailbreak. We also go through a Norwegian iPhone 4 owner’s bad experience with his data charges, the bad stuff that was not included on iOS 4.2.1 for everyone, and why Apple’s Black Friday approach sucks if compared to other competitors. All this and more after the break.
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through Google Voice’s return to the iPhone, how carriers are dropping Apple’s intent for a built-in SIM card, an overview of recent changes to Twitter and Facebook for iOS, Boxwave’s new Keyboard Buddy, and the rumors of MobileMe going free for iPhone and iPad owners. We also go through iOS 4.2.1 GM, though there’s nothing nice to talk about it, and also how the case of the 17 year old kid who’s selling white iPhone 4 parts should be directed at Foxconn and not the kid. All this and more after the break.
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through all things cool and uncool inside the world of Apple’s iOS devices. We go through the Android project on iOS, AT&T’s recent class action lawsuit returning you money, Cydia’s preps for iOS 4.2 and why you need iTunes 10.1 installed on your computer. We also go through iOS 4.2’s misunderstood delay, Hasbro’s 3D goggles and why we can’t stop laughing at the idea, Airplay not working in the iPhone 3G, and the sad results of Glassgate. All this and more, after the break.
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through iOS 4.2 and why it’s so important to the Jailbreak-Unlock community and users. We also go through SkyFire and the lamest software deployment we’ve seen yet. We go through a new service for helping you find your stolen iPhone under an affordable price tag and how T-Mobile’s new Ad sounds true, but ironic. All this and more after the break.
Watch this week’s iReview for our impressions on Apple’s new built-in SIM Card strategy, Apples lamest deployment ever with the White iPhone 4, and the on going rumors of Apple’s secret developer summit. We also go through the recent changes on PayPal’s version 3.0 of their iOS application, and Apple’s new Nitride coating concept on their not so perfect Antenna design. All this and more after the break..
Watch this week’s iReview for our thoughts on all that’s been good and bad inside the world of Apple’s iOS Devices. This week we go through FaceTime between Macs and iPhones and how it’s not a safe deal for privacy just yet. We also go through RIM’s complaints about Apple’s iPhone sales and how they are right and wrong at the same time. We also cover Apple’s recent quarter results and how we do believe them to be real. All this and more after the break..
First of all, our apology for the delay in making our weekly wrap-up live. It seems some cable companies decided to take the day off today leaving us with technical issues for the upload, but anyways,.. Watch this week’s iReview as we go through Apple’s terrible new sms ringtones on iOS 4.2 Beta 3, the Verizon iPad and all this means for our Smartphone market, and how parental restrictions could get worse in the future. All this and more after the break..
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It’s time for our weekly wrap-up of all that’s good and bad inside the world of Apple’s iOS line-up. In this week’s iReview we’re plagued with tons of rumors. Starting from Apple’s recent leak on new form factors in the works, to the infamous Verizon iPhone taking the scene yet again. We also go through Google’s new Goggles service for iOS, Apple’s new idea to offer streaming services, and our thoughts on AT&T’s new change in early upgrade charges right around the corner of the Windows Phone 7 launch. All this and more after [...]
It’s time for our weekly wrap-up of all that’s good and bad inside the world of Apple’s iOS line-up. In this week’s iReview we feature iOS 4.2 beta 2 and how things are evolving. We also go through Paypal’s new iOS app services and how you’ll save time going to the bank very soon. September 30th is over, Apple’s iPhone 4 case program has ended and where should new iPhone users go from there, and we also take a look at how Ping is really not taking off. All this and more after the break..
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through Apple’s recent patent filings and how one of these could bring new interaction methods with iOS devices in future releases. We also go through Green Pois0n, which is a fake jailbreak service out there that’s trying to scam you allowing them access to your device so they can pull your passwords, and we also go through NBC’s recent decision to simply not support TV rentals for a buck on iOS because they see it threaten their current sales options on iTunes. All this and more after the break.
Watch this weeks iReview as we go through our impressions, both good and bad, about Apple’s recent release of iOS 4.1. We also go through our thoughts on the new iPod Touch and how FaceTime is out to change things in the industry. Yes, we do go through the recent iOS 4.1 exploit and how this may bring Jailbreaks back to our community for good, and a couple of bad things on PSP’s totally childish marketing… literally speaking. All this and more after the break..
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through Apple’s music event and all the details behind the future iOS 4.1 we’re now expecting by September 8th according to rumors. We also go through the new iPod Touch and our impressions on all the changes. We talk about Ping and why we feel Apple’s lacking with this release, and a lot more after the break..
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Watch today’s weekly iReview as we go through Apple’s music event scheduled September 1st and our predictions for what we expect the Stevenote to release. We continue to look at Apple’s patent mess and how it’s trying to get a piece of the action from every other manufacturer with all its lawsuits. We also go through the recent rumors on what to expect for iTunes in the cloud and much more after the break..
Watch today’s iReview as we go through Apple’s attempt to finally make Game Center a reality with iOS 4.1 reaching beta 3. Yeah,.. it’s obvious Apple want’s this cooking before Windows Phone 7 makes the scene. We also go through Apple’s new patent and how it can affect users who choose to Jailbreak their devices. We shed more details on Sony’s new PSP advertising claiming iPhones are for grandma’s, and more after the break..