Adobe says they are working with Apple on Flash for the iPhone. Who's ready to punch the monkey on their iPhone? Meanwhile, clues are surfacing that Apple will be releasing a new iPhone in June. Time to save up all those nickels and dimes.
Not even the most rousing sea shanty will help pirates struck by the iService Trojan horse. Apple COO Tim Cook finally kills the iPhone nano rumor mill and Robbie is a little too excited to have Emoji on his iPhone.
A Canadian is chosen for our weekly, "Keep or Delete." Each week we download and review the free iTunes song of the week and decide whether we're going to keep or delete the file. This week's artist:
Steve goes on a leave of absence and leaves Tim Cook in charge of the day to day operations of Apple. While the staff wonders how long the Psystar case will go on considering the shaky legal ground Psystar is basing its arguments on.
The staff talks about the latest keynote rumors and Steve's letter to Apple Community. Plus, a listener shares his dream announcement and Robbie's scatting takes a huge hit as he attempts to re-imagine a song by the biggest band ever.
It's that time of the year again. All the Macworld Expo rumors are burning up the internet. Okay, this year seems a little lukewarm in the rumor department, but that won't stop our rumor mongering fun. Speaking of rumor mongering, Susie heard that Ludacris will be the musical guest at the Phil note. Phil's a huge fan.
The iPhone has been unlocked just in time for OS X 10.5.6 to break DFU mode making the unlocking tool worthless. Third party vendor releases driver for hackingtosh netbooks, and finally Pull My Finger returns to the App Store. Huzzah!
That's right, another holiday song is chosen for our weekly, "Keep or Delete." Each week we download and review the free iTunes song of the week and decide whether we're going to keep or delete the file. This week's artist:
The iPhone's super-secret TV out feature gets the staff all excited about future possibilities. We learn that, allegedly, Steve Jobs hand picks the music featured in iPod commercials and we wonder if Steve could work his magic on the iTunes free single of the week.
Command-line commandos are rejoicing at the ability to place Linux on the iPhone. The Mac|Life staff is excited about streaming Karate Kid to their iPhones. Plus, we wonder how great keynotes would be if they were under the sea.