If you couldn't make it to the keynote, Apple has posted the entire video on their site. See actual demos of products! See Phil Schiller make fun of ActiveSync. See the unveiling of the 3G iPhone. Check it out!
Am I the only one who is reminded of Mario Bros. by the MobileMe icon? Apple announced MobileMe today. The new service will replace the .Mac service. Current .Mac subscribers will have their accounts automatically upgraded to MobileMe. Apple is calling it "Exchange for the rest of us." The service will set you back $99 annually and can be accessed at www.me.com.
Well, our prayers have been answered. The 3G iPhone will be available July 11 for $199 (8GB) and $299 (16GB). The new slimmer iPhone will have a curvier plastic back available in black for the 8GB iPhone, and black or white for the 16GB iPhone. No more getting your iPhones mixed up with your roomies'.
Disclaimer: Mac|Life can not be held responsible for any problems that may arise from the hacking and unhacking of your iPhone. Be sure to research any hacking and unhacking procedures thoroughly before proceeding. With the iPhone App Store opening for business at any moment, many iPhone owners are looking at their jailbroken, unlocked or otherwise hacked phones and deciding a little time travel might be in order. After all, it’s quite unlikely programs acquired from the App Store will run on anything but Apple-approved, untouched hardware. With that in mind, let’s run through the various methods of “revirginizing” your iPhone.