Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. Coming off a great week at the beach for the American Independence Day celebration, it is time to reminisce as we return to work.
U.K. carrier O2 surveyed its users to discover which devices iPhones and other smartphones commonly replace in the lives of respondents. The device it replaced most often? The humble alarm clock.
Fan of skateboarding? iPhone owner? If you’re both this is the perfect thing. Portland iPhone case manufacturer Grove has decided to make use of the vast quantity of waste produced by a skateboard manufacturer to create Skatebacks, unique iPhone backplates that are guaranteed to set you out from the crowd.
We have hooked up with O’Reilly to give away 5 copies of iPhone: The Missing Manual – the ultimate go-to reference for all things iPhone! This ebook would normally set you back $19.99, but we’re giving away 5 copies today for free! Details, as ever, inside…
Smartphones are among the main targets for thieves these days. Fortunately, AT&T is planning to introduce a program to prevent lost devices from connecting to their network.
While gamepads and joysticks designed for iOS devices are certainly not a new idea, an innovative project has appeared on Kickstarter that takes the concept in a unique new direction, transforming your iPhone or iPad into a complete classic console!
RPG (Role Playing Games) players take their games seriously, but what if the game doesn’t take itself seriously? We’re about to find out, as we sit down to play “Max Power Adventures”, an entertaining game from, of all places, Max Power Studios.
John Gruber, writing for Daring Fireball says, “The iPhone is not and never was a phone. It is a pocket-sized computer that obviates the phone. The iPhone is to cell phones what the Mac was to typewriters.”
Touch panel manufacturer Wintek announced on Tuesday that its June sales were down an unusually high 33.6 percent month over month. This may be an indication that the company may have missed out on orders for Apple’s next-generation products, mainly a new iPhone that is rumored to use in-cell touch panel technology.
According to a report from Finnish publication SK24, 17-year-old Henri Helminen’s three month iPhone 4S actually combusted in his pants pocket!
While the iCade Mobile technically went on sale through Ion Audio’s website and at select retailers (such as GameStop) on June 11th, the iCade Mobile is now officially available through both Amazon and ThinkGeek as well.
Virgin Mobile launched Apple’s iPhone 4 and 4S to few reported lines and little fanfare. Virgin became the second U.S. prepaid carrier to offer the iPhone. Cricket was the first, they launched the iPhone June 22.
Believe it or not, we’re back for another visit with our beta (not best) friend, Siri!
The iPhone hit the stores five years ago today. Before it hit the stores, industry pundits had much to say about the future of the new device, much of it bad. Network World has revisited these “experts” to see what they have to say for themselves now.
Today is the fifth birthday of the iPhone! In its first five years, Apple has shipped a total of 250 million iPhones worldwide, and has generated $150 billion in cumulative revenues.
Looking for a unique gaming experience on your iOS device? Look no further than the Ion iCade Mobile – a great PSP-like retro game controller for your iPhone or iPod touch!