Apple has officially answered FCC questions about why Google Voice was rejected to appear in App Store. For those who didn’t keep track of the news, Apple rejected the Google Voice application for iPhone and removed all related third-party application from App Store. The rejection has drawn great attention & criticism around the net and […]
I think this is by far the best theme for jailbroken iPod Touch and iPhone. It completely revamped the interface of iPhone and it’s very cool. The theme is designed and developed by MacTheme member 6mik. The theme comes with two versions – White (called WhiToken) and Black (called iAqua). Both versions are awesome. But […]
Flickr offers a handy tool called Camera Finder, that keeps track of the overall user percentages of each camera model. According to The Los Angeles Times, iPhone has passed Canon’s EOS Digital Rebel XTi (aka EOS 400D) and other high-performance cameras (e.g. Nikon D80 & Canon EOS 40D), and shots up to No. 1 as […]
If you ask me to pick my favorite iPhone applications, Facebook’s iPhone application is definitely at the top of my list. The application is simply awesome and that is why it can stay on the Top-25 list of App Store since its debut. Now, the developers behind this popular application push themselves even further and […]
There is no shortage of iPhone applications for accessing Wikipedia content. If you search for Wiki in iTunes App store, you can find quite a number of iPhone apps that let you access Wikipedia right from your iPhone. None of these apps, however, is developed officially by the Wikimedia Foundation, the non-profit organization behind the […]
You tap the Delete button to remove your email in Mail application and then empty the Trash folder. You think everything goes fine. The email should be completely deleted and no one can recover it. Take note if you’re using iPhone 3.0! Cult of Mac has reported that on iPhone 3.0, the email you have […]
Some readers have left comments in this blog and I was told by a few iPhone 3G owners that they experience Wifi issue after upgrading and jailbreaking iPhone 3.0. I have pointed them to this post that covered some common tips to resolve Wifi connection issues. However, not all users can benefit from it. Many […]
Even with the release of iPhone 3.0, it lacks some well-expected features. Here is one complaint that I was told by some iPhone users: How come I can’t save email attachment on iPhone? On iPhone 3.0, it only allows you to save image in email attachment to photo library. But how about other types of […]
A few days ago, I have covered USAA bank, a private bank and insurance company in San Antonio of U.S., will soon release an iPhone app that lets you deposit check anywhere via iPhone. The application has been released and is now available on App Store for free. USAA customers can now take a snapshot […]
It’s been a long time I haven’t changed the Winterboard theme. I have used the awesome “Deep” theme since I picked it up. Today, I finally make the switch to another great Winterboard theme called “illumine” to replace “Deep”. Illumine is a beautiful Winterboard theme with approximately 1,800 application icons and it is also a […]
In most countries, Apple sells iPhone (2G, 3G, 3GS) by tie up with a local carrier (such as AT&T). That is what so called locked iPhone. Unless you consider using software method to jailbreak & unlock, you can’t switch carrier even you hate it. I have received questions from readers asking: Is there any way […]
Are you using a jailbroken iPhone? Probably, you may wonder how many iPhone users are owning a jailbroken iPhone? According to Pinch Media, as of Jul 26, 2009, 8.43% of the total iPhone population is using on jailbroken iPhone. For starter, Pinch Media a provider of analytics services for advertisers and developers on iPhone applications. […]
About a month ago, I have covered a hack using SBSettings to show battery meter in percentage on iPhone 3G & 2G. Another iPhone developer, David Ashman, has created an alternative hack to offer finer control over the battery status. The hacked application is called “Battery Control” and it is now available on Cydia for […]
Earlier, it’s reported that iTunes 9 will come with more social features and a new way to allow iPhone application organization. A couple of days after the coverage, Boy Genius Report (BGR) disclosed more details about the social feature of iTunes 9 and hints Apple may debut a new social application. As usual, it may […]
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