Avocado Hills, the unique name of a developing firm currently developing for iOS, was kind enough to donate a total of 30 codes to this week's edition of our weekly giveaway, for three of their various utility applications, so I thought it was only fair to give them some publicity for their applications. Below is a rundown on the three apps they provided - I haven't tried them, but they all have high ratings. Check them out.
In spite of an upcoming price war and a potential influx of iPhone handsets being returned, O2's UK division has temporarily run out of both the 16 and 32 GB iPhone 3GS models from the company's online store. According to The Telegraph, most physical outlets are said to have been without phones for two weeks. Supplies of the 32GB model were only depleted on or after September 28th.
It's not the most exciting thing in the world, but it's relevant. Per Macworld, Apple has received permission by the Financial Accounting Standards Board to move beyond previous accounting regulations which required Apple to recognize revenue from the iPhone and Apple TV over the length of their two-year product lifetimes, since the company had promised to roll out new features via software updates. The new rules allow Apple to adjust the percentage realized at sale to a more accurate level. The change could also mean an end to charges for iPod touch software updates.