Engadget has received a tip from a reader who came across something quite unexpected: an ambiguous shelf tag in a Houston Best Buy. The shelf tag in question seems to be there for the impending launch of a white 16GB AT&T iPhone 4. The no-commitment price on the tag is
Dactyl is a fast-paced game created by Mauvila Software that involved quickly defusing bombs in a specific order as they're ignited one-by-one. As you extinguish more fuses, the rate increases and so the game progresses until you miss a fuse or choose the wrong bomb.
TyroTuner is another guitar tuning application brought to you by Mauvila Software that displays the head of a guitar and a graphical tuning display. By tapping on the tuning bolts, that specific note's tuner comes up, and users align the tuning rod on the bar.
Magellan Press, Inc., released a flurry of interesting and versatile applications for the iPhone, two of which are actually used to turn your iPhone into a tuning device for guitar.