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.
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
On Thursday, satellite radio provider Sirius XM announced the launch of XM SkyDock, an accessory that will allow iPhone and iPod touch users to receive live XM and "The Best of Sirius" satellite radio in their vehicles. Per Digital Daily, the unit is scheduled to launch in the fall at suggested price of $119.99 and utilizes a vehicle's cigarette lighter power port to mount and power the device and iPhone or iPod touch.
Truphone, a mobile Voice over Internet Protocol application for the iPhone, is undergoing conflicts with Apple's recently-released iPhone OS 3.0 update. According to Macworld UK, an e-mail sent from the company to customers has stated that some users are now seeing the wrong application icon or the Truphone application icon not showing at all under the iPhone 3.0 Software Update.
A potential security hole in the iPhone OS 3.0 and 3.0.1 firmware has just surfaced via a YouTube video in which the host describes how, by searching for the title of a deleted message, the resulting screen displays two copies of the message; when either is selected for the first time, Mail crashes. According to MacNN, when the messages are selected a second time however, an iPhone will either display the original text, or a warning saying "This message cannot be displayed because of the way it is formatted."
In the midst of countless rumors regarding the next iPhone's camera capabilities, Gizmodo reports that iPhone 3.0 may bring improvements to the current iPhone's camera. The folks at iPhones.ru took some side-by-side photos to compare between 2.2.1 and 3.0. The results show quite an improvement in sharpness and exposure. The adorable results of the comparison are below.
MacRumors reports that Apple has seeded the second version of the iPhone OS 3.0 beta to developers. There's no word on any major differences with the new update, but it's available to registered developers. It is interesting to see them release an update for it so soon, however.