What you are looking at on the left may be the bezel that will be used on the face of the iPhone 5. The first obvious thing to note is how the bezel is thinner on the left and right sides. It also looks to be shorter on the top
The iPhone has long been the most camera phone used on Flickr and it's only appropriate that an official App Store application emerge to support this. Per Macworld, Flickr released an official native application [App Store, Free] this past Saturday. The app sports features such as access to a slideshow of your contacts' recent photos, zooming in-and-out in Ken Burns-style, searching, browsing (by sets or tags), viewing recent activity, and uploading pictures snapped with your iPhone.
Internet giant Yahoo announced on Tuesday that the company has enhanced both its Search results page and Yahoo Messenger as well as optimized its Yahoo Mail webpage for use with the iPhone. According to MacNN, the latest version of Yahoo Mail allows users to manage their email via HTML mobile browsers, including Safari for the iPhone. The new web application additionally features improved photo sharing capabilities, new apps and added social networking and Application Box tools.
Yahoo! has announced that they are dropping development of their Blackberry app to focus on native iPhone app development and web applications for other handsets. The move is an attempt to restructure in a way they think will be more effective.
Yahoo! Messenger for the iPhone was released to the App Store earlier today. The app lets users chat with their Yahoo! Messenger contacts. The app has the basic features you would expect in an IM app, like the ability to set your status as Available or Busy, or go Invisible to appear offline. Users can share photos, emoticons and links through the service. Yahoo has posted a video preview of the app (after the break).
People don't often know that Flickr is not only a place for photos, but also hosts video, too. Previously, like most other social video sites out there, these have been flash videos. Now, in a move to make things more iPhone-friendly, Flicker Video is now compatible with the iPhone and iPod touch. All new videos uploaded since the announcement are iPhone and iPod touch compatible. [via Daring Fireball]
Yahoo! recently released oneConnect, their new social networking app for mobile devices, including the iPhone and iPod touch. It serves as a sort of address book that integrates the ability to communicate with people through several social networks, including Bebo, Flickr, MySpace, Dopplr, Friendster, Twitter, Facebook, hi5, and YouTube, all from one app.
Yahoo, finally taking cue from Googles very popular mobile search offerings, is launching its own mobile search solution for the iPhone and iPod touch. Point your MobileSafari browser over to http://search.yahoo.com/i and you will be treated to a search experience that integrates many Yahoo products.