Posts Tagged ‘ iphone ’

iPhone SDK, not quite

March 11, 2008
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I have not had time yet to figure out whether Apple’s direction with the iPhone SDK is a good or bad thing. Apple will be taking the approach that they will be the only way to distribute apps, the gatekeeper. That sounds bad, but I’m told by people I trust that the process will be…

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iPhone SDK promised date approaching

February 20, 2008
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As many may recall, Steve Jobs had announced in October that Apple would be releasing its much-anticipated iPhone SDK (Software Developers Kit) before the end of February – I’m certainly not going to let them forget it. Rumors are flying as the final days wind down. Some say it will happen next week – others…

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PhoneGnome for iPhone and stats released

February 1, 2008
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PhoneGnome launched iPhoneGnome, for using PhoneGnome on your Apple iPhone. The dialer leverages technology from friend Marcelo Rodriguez’s RingFree project, another very cool free service that also lets you use PhoneGnome on your iPhone. PhoneGnome also put out some interesting stats on real-world usage by PhoneGnome users, showing a steady increase in on-net (pure IP…

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First experience with iPhone is totally lame

October 17, 2007
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So I broke down and decided to get an iPhone to do some development (hopefully) with it. People have told me there were month-to-month options for AT&T service, but this is NOT TRUE. You have to commit to a 2 year plan. The best deal we could find was to add the iPhone to an…

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Apple’s iPhone hacker dilema

September 26, 2007
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Everyone has heard about Apple’s threats regarding unlocked iPhones. On Monday, Apple issued this statement “unauthorized iPhone unlocking programs available on the Internet cause irreparable damage to the iPhone’s software which will likely result in the modified iPhone becoming permanently inoperable when a future Apple-supplied iPhone software update is installed.” I’m sure this will scare…

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N95 vs. iPhone

August 28, 2007
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I have tried to be fair in my appraisals of the N95. I have given the phone some strong praise (including calling it “addicting”) but I realize I have been critical at times as well. The iPhone certainly has been receiving all the buzz of late, but it looks like we are beginning to see…

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Don’t kid yourself. Apple’s iPhone strategy is an iTunes strategy

July 4, 2007
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Don’t kid yourself. Apple’s iPhone strategy is an iTunes strategy

A lot of us would kill for the master hyping ability of Apple and Steve Jobs. What they achived with the iPhone is nothing short of incredible. And perhaps some of us are just being a little jealous when we write posts like those of Richard Stastny and Michael Robertson. For the most part, I…

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