Apparently, Fox knows something about iPhone 5 that Apple did not feel compelled to announce. Either that or Fox was completely misinformed on the topic. We will go with the latter on this, as footage of "new" iPhone 5 features was broadcast using a mix of mockup video from months ago and an anchor having to go along with a script of features that are pulled out of the video's science fiction.
As we had noted ourselves to find the same tune being sung by many iMessage users beginning this morning, iMessage has not been performing up to its usual par - unless you consider long message delivery delays and failures "normal." Many users have had to wait minutes for messages to successfully send, with some not being delivered at all.
It seems as if a bunch of inexperienced newbie programmers designed the iTunes us PC users have to currently use. We never get any mercy from the buggy software packed to the brim with its error messages and slow-running interface, whereas the Mac OSX user over there is faced with
Would you like to buy an iPad 2 for $69? Hey, don’t be greedy, you cannot buy thirty and resell them. Actually, you cannot buy them at all for that price anymore. Keyword being “anymore.” That is because shoppers really did have such an implausible question proposed to them on
If you're hankering for the 2010 baseball season to start (go Red Sox!), Major League Baseball has just released the 2010 season edition of its MLB.com At Bat app for the iPhone and iPod touch.
The app allows users to watch or listen live to Major League Baseball games on the handset, view up to the minute scores and player stats and watch in-game highlights and condensed games. The 2010 edition also introduces several new features including Spring Training statistics, breaking news, schedules, rosters, player stats and a searchable video library.
The NBA has just released NBA League Pass Mobile [App Store, $39.99], an application that streams live TV coverage of more than 40 NBA basketball games per week, and includes things like current score and player statistics. Games can also be replayed for up to 48 hours after airing.
MLB.com is bringing back their At Bat app for the iPhone and iPod touch for the 2009 Baseball season. The new app, MLB.com At Bat 2009 now at $9.99 in the App Store (up from $4.99 in 2008), brings back one of the most popular sports apps, and also adds a few new features that weren't present in the 2008 version, including in-game audio for all Major League Baseball games during this season.