Two releases I’ve been waiting for, and one coming out of the blue. Three developers have made a great impact on the app store today with their titles that all launched last night. Check them out below! Samurai II: Vengeance With its predecessor still very popular on the app store,
In retaliation of AT&T and O2's unwillingness to subsidize the iPhone 3G S for current 3G owners, users on Twitter are forming "twittitions", a new virtual petition that users can "sign" by posting a tweet. At the time this was written, the Twitition for O2, which was created first, was at 2621 signatures, and the AT&T Twitition at 1858 signatures.
The virtual keyboard's auto-correction feature on the iPhone has a tendency to be more annoying then useful in certain occasions, especially since there's no way to turn it off. In an attempt to get Apple's attention, one user has decided to start a petition, asking them to create an on/off switch.
Rogers is notoriously disliked by their customers for what they consider to be stingy, and likewise very expensive, data plans. So, not surprisingly, when Rogers announced their plans last week for the iPhone 3G, none of which had unlimited data plans but all of which were fairly expensive nonetheless, most of those who were anticipating getting an iPhone were pretty upset. Upset enough that they have decided to rally together to demonstrate their displeasure with a petition at RuinediPhone.com. Since then the response has been awe-inspiring.
Apple has announced the official carriers of the iPhone 3G in nations around the world, but one carrier who didn't get the deal is refusing to take it sitting down. Australian carrier 3 is claiming that, while Apple has not agreed to let them carry the iPhone 3G, they have received a great deal of interest from their consumers loyal to their network. Because of this, they are asking the people to show their support for their cause by digging their blog post on the popular social news website Digg.com.