Following the announcement that the iphone 4S would be a “world phone”, in that it will support AT&T, Verizon Wireless and most recently added, Sprint, the last of the carriers has announced that it will be offering unlimited data plans for its iPhone customers. As CNET reports: ‘”We will be
Just this past Thursday, we posted about a possible “iPhone mini” that could launch this year after a report by Bloomberg. This supposed rumor has in fact been confirmed by The Wall Street Journal. From WSJ’s article on the matter: “One of the people, who saw a prototype of the
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.
Electronista reports that Flickr's camera finder is currently showing the iPhone as not only the most popular cameraphone for uploading pictures, but is currently the most widely used of any device. It doesn't offer a timeline on when it took place, but it appears to have happened fairly recently.
Flickr has once again posted the statistics for which cameras are the most commonly used on the photo sharing service. Not surprisingly, their Camera Finder now shows the 2-megapixel iPhone as being as popular for taking the photos uploaded to the site as the digital SLRs like the Canon EOS-40D, Nokon D80 and others. Needless to say it's much more popular than the other smartphones, maintaining a wide lead over the N95.
Possibly one of the most crippling disadvantages of the iPhone 3G is the fact that it is a physical object. Because of this, it is subject to the same laws of physics and the hazards this can create when it comes in contact to forces, certain kinds of surfaces, or various aqueous or otherwise fluid substances. However, if you're fascinated by seeing wonderful things be destroyed, then you'll like Flickr user maherleagues' photo album.
Despite continuing complaints on the lack of more megapixels, the iPhone and it's perfectly fine 2 pegapixel camera has regained the #1 spot on Flickr as the top cameraphone used on the site, beating out Nokia's 5-megapizel N95 once again. Flickr's monthly statistics page shows that the iPhone has not only regained it's lead, but they're gaining ground at an increasing rate, whereas the N95 is increasing much slower and all the remaining top 3 beneath them are steadily loosing ground.