Together, the iPhone 3.0 OS update and iPhone 3GS offer faster Web
surfing, gaming, and Twittering than ever. Here's what's new in the
iPhone OS and accessible to all iPhone users. We also review the 3GS,
the fastest, slickest most fun iPhone yet.
If it weren't for our hoards of interns / slaves to adjust our location settings on our iPhones before we travel, we would never know how the weather is like in Uzbekistan when we go there to initiate iPhone peace treaties. Apple may be putting some of our interns our of work.
We get all giddy about installing Snow Leopard on Friday and using Dock Expose until our eyes bleed. Steve Jobs is allegedly working non-stop on the tablet and an iPhone app developer has a few choice words for Apple.
Plus we got a sweet tip for never-ever forgetting your Airport password. Just hope no one breaks into your house to use Wi-Fi.
It was only a few days ago we discussed how the iPhone was growing in its third place status, but still lagged behind Research in Motion's Blackberry and Nokia's smartphones globally. In smaller markets, though, the picture is a little different.
Word on the street is that Apple plans to have its annual iPod event on September 9. How will this event coincide with the staff's plans to play The Beatles Rock Band? Only time, and bad impressions of John and Paul will tell.
The iPhone shoots up the camera chart on Flickr and we answer all your burning questions with soothing answers that should be applied twice daily.