Been there, certainly done that. The jump as high as you can, most familiarly seen in Doodle Jump, has become all too popular in terms of density in the app store. Right now, the genre can still be fun but only if developers anticipate what users will want to see
Apple recently posted job listings for several positions hinting that the next iPhone might have more advanced 3.5G data capabilities. Listings for performance engineers in the areas of both analysis and testing that specialize in High Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA) have been posted.
Yet another lawsuit has been filed against Apple concerning the representation of the data speeds of the iPhone 3G in their latest TV ads. This suit, which was filed by Sames Pittman on November 26, 2008 in the United States District Court, Northern District of California, San Jose Division, accuses the iPhone of being a defective product, blaming 3G speeds on a faulty chipset and/or firmware.