Many users have reported problems with their iPhone 3GS and Wi-Fi, and
Apple has finally acknowledged the problem. In their knowledge base
they offer up a four step
process on determining if your iPhone is affected.
Can you believe it? It's already been a year. We can remember installing Cube Runner on our iPhones and cruising through a world of vector walls. One year later and the App Store is a runaway hit. We talk about our favorite apps and how difficult it is to pick just one.
With all the noise that Apple is making about having over a billion
apps downloaded from the app store, you would think users everywhere
with iPods and iPhones are downloading apps like there is no tomorrow. However, a report put out by AdMob, one of the leading ad platforms for the iPhone, suggests that this is not the case.
It seems like every device these days has some sort of optical
peripheral latched on to it. Well, the iPod touch may not be far behind. HardMac claims that they’ve heard some interesting gossip about the future iPhones and iPod nano and touches.