Stories are recurring yet again that Sprint will indeed be selling the next iPhone alongside Verizon and AT&T when it launches in the fall. Sprint’s stock rating recently raised from “sell” (as in, “get rid of Sprint stock now, writing is on the wall”) to “neutral,” fueling speculation that this
Blizzard's hit MMORPG World of Warcraft is played by millions of people around the world, and some time ago they released an iPhone app called Mobile Armory to bring all your WoW character and guild information goodness to the iPhone. You could look at all of the data exposed in their web version of the WoW Armory in a native iPhone app, but weren't able to affect your characters or any in-game items. Just this week, Blizzard announced a beta test of their new Remote Auction House features, now available with version 2.0 of the app. These features allow you to interact with the in-game auction house in every way!
Talk of an official WoW app for the iPhone has been going on for some time now, though nobody could say for sure what form it would take. Now the guessing is over, as Blizzard Entertainment has released World of Warcraft Mobile Armory. It lets you keep track of your charachter, plan adventures, monitor your guild's activities, and acess you in-game stats. While it's not a full version of the game as some had hoped, WoW players may find it useful.