Everything seems to be falling into place for a fairly smooth Verizon iPhone 4 launch. The announcement was made, pricing details have been released, and the pre-order arrangement has been established. Hmm, what’s left?
What about an iTunes update so that you can actually use your iPhone when you receive it? Apple has you covered there as well, with the recently pushed iTunes 10.1.2 update.
Well, that’s a big shocker. Apparently iPhone users care more about native apps than web apps.
The guys over at Appsfire, a cool app discovery service, made an infographic report demonstrating how most users like regular apps over web apps. Appsfire analyzed 1,000 of its user’s devices to determine some insight into the web v.s. native app debate.
Web applications are becoming more and more advanced everyday, but they still can’t replicate certain functionalities of native iOS apps. The infographic from Appsfire is pretty self-explanatory. Let’s check it out…
Ladies and gentlemen, there’s a new cloud sharing jailbreak tweak on the block, and the good news is that it’s free. That’s right; CloudyShots is a new tweak that will automatically upload your iPhone screenshots to the web.
Utilizing API’s from Cloud App — the popular cloud storage solution that allows you to share images, links, music, videos and files — CloudyShots takes the headache out of getting your screenshots from your iPhone to share online with your friends.
If you can remember ‘SB 2 Cloud’ came out last year with pretty much this exact same functionality. Is CloudyShots nothing more than a blatant, albeit free, rip-off?
Dead Space is a new and terrifying sci-fi action game for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Love to scream during horror movies? Then start downloading, because you’re in for a treat.
Based on the console versions of the game, this small screen rendition manages to retain its dark and tense atmosphere, coupled with hardcore gameplay.
The suspense begins from the get-go, but the real terror begins when the lights are out. Grotesque aliens’ aka Necromorph’s will jump out and charge at you from every direction and it’s your job to blow them to kingdom come…
We all love Apple’s broadcast commercials. They’re elegant, pretty, and a great way to show off what makes the iPhone special.
There have been many iPhone ads from Apple over the years. These ads show off some of the best apps in the App Store. Have you ever seen an app in an iPhone commercial and wished you knew its name so you could download it yourself?
Apple has posted a roundup of popular apps from iPhone TV ads on iTunes…
Annoyed by text appearing over your album artwork in your iPod app? What about all that description junk that usually appears over podcasts? Whenever you tap on your song/podcast’s album cover, the time “scrubber” drops down with other settings like shuffle and repeat.
Depending on your song/podcast’s metadata, tapping the album artwork could also result in text being displayed over the artwork. You can download songs with lyric or credit info in the description. Lots of podcasts use this window to display episode descriptions and show notes.
Some people really like this feature of the iPod app. It does have its positives. However, if you find it annoying, we’ll show you how to easily hide text from appearing over your album artwork…
Woah, woah, woah. Wait a minute, that’s just not possible. Or is it? That’s what I thought when I first saw this video of 3DBoard in motion.
The first thing that stands out to me, is that unlike the Nintendo 3DS, you can see the effects via video. I have to say I’m a bit skeptical; that is until I get this puppy in my hands and test it out for myself. If this jailbreak tweak does happen to be real, though, things just got a lot more interesting.
Could you imagine what games would play like with 3D effects like this? And no glasses? Check the full video demonstration out inside…
Reports are surfacing that AT&T is quietly offering certain customers the opportunity to switch back to unlimited data. This comes right on the heels of the revelation that Verizon will be offering $30 unlimited data for a limited time to early iPhone 4 adopters.
If you can remember, it was back in June of 2010 when AT&T eliminated its unlimited data plans in favor of a tiered data package, and needless to say there was quite an outrage over the change.
Now that Verizon has come on the scene, AT&T is feeling the heat and pulling out the stops in order to retain disgruntled customers…
It seems like every day tiny bits of information trickle out concerning the Verizon iPhone 4. Now it looks like we’re finally getting somewhere, with full pricing information managing to leak out today.
Here is a full breakdown of the iPhone 4’s pricing structure on the Verizon network. Unsurprisingly, it closely resembles the prices found on AT&T…