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iPhone 3G

So, the Apple WWDC happened on Monday, and the iPhone 3G was announced, as everyone expected. Many of the predictions came true, some didn’t. One thing is for sure, a lot of confusion remains, and some information is still unknown, or at least only partially known. Here I will try to hopefully dispel any of...
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iPhone coverage dissected

iPhone coverage dissected I may not agree with John C. Dvorak often,/ but in this case, I have to agree with his latest editorial. iPhone buzz is out of control. Now I know, with a company like Apple, it’s easy to be quickly categorized as an Apple fan or an Apple basher. So let’s take the...
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First iPhone web application public

First iPhone web application public The first iPhone third party web application has apparently been made. It’s called OneTrip and is a shopping cart application. The most interesting thing however, is that it works in Safari (both the Mac and Windows version), but it also works on the S60 browser, although the display can sometimes have...
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iPhone third party software restricted to the we

iPhone third party software restricted to the web Steve Jobs talked to developers today at WWDC 2007 about the iPhone and what developers would be able to do with it. In the past, he said Apple intends to control the device completely to ensure the “security” of the handset by not allowing third party applications. Since...
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