For those that have the hopes of getting an iPhone on Verizon, you may
want to think again. Tim Cook and Peter Oppenheimer have made it clear
in the company's Q2 financial results conference call that Apple will
most likely not be switching from AT&T for the iPhone.
iTunes Store finally gets variable pricing and we discover some songs
no one should pay $1.29. AT&T tries to pull a fast one on all of us
and more iPhone camera rumors and news.
A British band 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:
In what seems like pure insanity to the average person with an iPhone, AT&T changed its Wireless Data Service Terms and Conditions to include a clause that prohibits apps like Sling Media's upcoming SlingPlayer Mobile for iPhone.
Salty the iPhone was once dunked in the ocean and nearly abandoned for dead. But he emerged from his ordeal with super powers, like advice-giving, a good grasp on sarcasm, and the very human need to be held. Pose your iPhone-related and/or philosophical quandries at email@example.com, and bask in the glow of his latest round of wisdom after the jump...
If you recall awhile back, iPhone users were granted free AT&T
Wi-Fi anywhere it became available. However, users would encounter a
confusing, and overly complicated setup when attempting to log onto the