When I bought my iPhone I thought I knew how I would use it, and for the most part I was right – it would help me to stay connected while on the move in a fashionably compact way. What I did not realize was how much I would use the camera.
It seems that there is some chance that the upcoming iPhone 5 (and perhaps the iPad 2) will feature facial recognition technology. This idea com’s from Apple’s 2010 acquisition of a Swedish company called Polar Rose – a company known mostly for their mobile face recognition technology called FaceLib.
It seems that Apple is once again at the forefront of trying to keep us from tampering with out gadgets. Though the practice is clearly an anti-consumer one, it’s unclear exactly what motivation Apple has in this case.
We take a quick look at one of the iPhone’s most overlooked pluses – it’s hack-ability (aka Jailbreaking) and why it might just be enough to topple Android.
Lots to take in with Tuesdays announcement of the iPhone 4 becoming available on Verizon’s network. A lot of people will have questions, so hopefully we can clear up quite a few of the nuts and bolts of what the announcement means.
In much the same way as the hundreds of iPod docks turn your iPod into a radio, Hive Dock turns your iPhone into a TV… but without any wires or electronics. Sounds a bit weird? Check out the video for more info.
What’s the ultimate form of flattery? That’s right – a cookie moulded in your name. Check out this delicious looking iPhone cookie. Looks yumtastic!
Why spend anything from €100 to €200 for a SAT NAV when you can get the NavFree app…. for free!
Ever wondered how much drink you can consume before falling over the limit to drive your car? Wonder no more. There is an app for that. How Drunk can help you detect what your current Blood Alcohol Content is by analyzing your alcohol intake.
Who would win an epic street battle against two of the most popular handheld devices of our times? Wonder no more and check out the documentary inside. (please note that any similarities to Beat It from Michael Jackson are purely a coincidence and no copyright infringement is intended).
Security experts are urging iPhone users to be vigilant as the world’s first self-replicating iPhone virus is discovered. The virus is thought to affect all generations of iPhones, and in crucial contrast to the only known iPhone virus, also affects non-jailbroken handsets – putting 25 million iPhone users at risk worldwide.