Do you have a MobileMe subscription? No? Oh.
Well, if you did you could now download Apple’s iDisk application and send files to your friends and neighbors. The app browses your online iDisk and lets you view Office files and PDFs right on your phone. You can also send links to files via email.
You could also use SugarSync or …
By now, you’ve heard the horror stories. Developers put their heart and soul into building an application for the iPhone App Store only to have it rejected by Apple. And sometimes apps are at first accepted and then later pulled for odd reasons. And sometimes app updates are rejected, even though there isn’t much difference with the version accepted.
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1. Don’t live in the past. …
hat seems to be the only practical advice we’ve heard so far as a security vulnerability is set to be exposed later this afternoon that potentially threatens every iPhone via an SMS message.
Yesterday, we wrote about a serious security flaw that could allow a remote attacker to take control of the victim’s iPhone by sending a specially constructed SMS message. The vulnerability will be publicly demonstrated and explained in a couple of hours at the Black Hat security conference held in Las Vegas, and yet Apple hasn’t released a patch of any …
The FT is claiming that Apple will have its much rumoured Apple Tablet device out before Christmas rather than in 2010 as first suggested by rumours claiming to be close to the mark last week.
The news, which could see a launch days before Microsoft’s Windows 7 launch on the 22 October, would likely bring the two companies head to
MobileStudio is a powerful file manager for the iPhone, with talents that go beyond merely organizing documents and folders. For power users who could use a little more control over the handling of files on the handset, it could prove a truly indispensable tool; for those with more average requirements, though, it’s probably overkill.
On first launch, the app
Looking over the top 10 paid iPhone apps list today, the list appeared pretty typical: A bunch of games, a camera app, etc. Then I noticed one called Offender Locator [iTunes link], mostly because it has a creepy icon. I figured it was a game — it’s anything but. It’s an app to show you registered sex offenders …
This is only a design concept of the iPhone 4G, but will the real successor of the 3G iPhone come in 64GB and 128GB?
iPhone 4G concept by Rodolphe Desmare. He says, “My vision… No spec, no rules, just a vision.” It looks like a macbook air inspired phone and it has front camera for video conferencing.
An Apple expert and hacker has shown that the iPhone, in all its various forms and moltings, is child’s play to compromise. This comes despite assurances from Apple regarding the 3GS’s encryption feature. Bad news for businesspeople of the 21st century, who have glommed onto the iPhone and its service halo like no other device. The wonder-phone has certainly changed