An iPhone in Australia is apparently as popular as a hot dog vendor at an American baseball game. So much so, the Australian Treasury Department has dumped the BlackBerry in favor of the iPhone, a move that many an iPhone fan has made at some point in his or her
Given the timezone difference, the iPhone 5 has already gone on sale in Australia. In a race to be one of the first websites worldwide to give Apple's newest addition to its ever-expanding iPhone lineup, the iPhone 5, the teardown treatment, the tech-dissection experts over at iFixit has sent one of its many technicians to an Aussie Apple Store to get his hands on the brand new device.
Yet another game has ditched the once-standard $0.99 price to switch to a model of a free app with paid in-app purchases for revenue. This time it's Cyber Circuit [App Store, Free] from Complex Games, a shooter claiming to be inspired by the multi-level concept of Dante's Inferno. Instead of paying $0.99 for the entire app, you can now get the first six levels of the game for free, with the option to pay another $1.99 later on to get the other 24 levels. Video after the break.