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Macro iPhone Camera Hack

August 31, 2008 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Daniel Forsythe of Eastrain hacks his iphone, apart, literally, to get it to take super close up pictures.

Great idea and skills.

Possibly not for the faint hearted…

Big thanks to www.iPhoneHacks.com

iPhone 3G Available in all US Stores

August 31, 2008 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Analyst Ben Reitzes of Lehman Brothers reports that the supply of the iPhone 3G has essentially reached an equilibrium with demand - and for the first time all US stores now have stock.

Fake Queues outside Polish iPhone Stores

August 31, 2008 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Claims that Orange paid people to create fake queues outside their stores to drum up interest over iphone freak.

iPhone 3G News Roundup

August 31, 2008 by admin · Leave a Comment 

The Washington Post features an iPhone 3G News roundup today.

Discussed is the recently discovered iphone 3G security problem (bit of a storm in a teacup really - very insignificant)… Rogers (Canada’s largest supplier) extending their limited offer and an explanation of why AT&T are having problems with the iPhone reception.

Most expensive iPhone 3G Case - made from Diamonds

August 30, 2008 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Noreve St. Tropez, a luxury leather case designer, has recently released a new diamond studded leather pouch for the Apple iPhone 3G. Each case is magnificently handcrafted in genuine leather adorned with 272 diamonds. Each diamond is between 18 and 22 points and of VS1 quality and G color. The total diamond weight is approximately 6.8 Karats.

Each pouch is available in any of Noreve’s 15 color choices from Black to Pink to Sandy Vintage. The back of the pouch is embossed with the Noreve St. Tropez logo. The Apple iPhone 3G Diamond Pouch price tag is $14,990.00 and is available in North America at NoreveUSA.com.

“This case is yet another step we are taking to help the Noreve brand become one of the most unique and recognized case manufacturers in the world,” says Sam Brust, Vice President of Sales for NoreveUSA. “We look forward to working with additional types of precious stones in our future designs.”

iPhone Tethering Possible Soon?

August 29, 2008 by admin · Leave a Comment 

A report in Gizmodo discusses rumours that tethering (using your iPhone to connect a laptop/computer to the internet may soon be possible).

Griffin Nu Form iPhone 3G Case

August 28, 2008 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Griffin Nu Form iPhone 3G Case

ÂŁ16.49

Available in dark or light colours

  • Durable polycarbonate
  • Includes thin touchscreen protector that won’t get in the way of your fingers
  • EasyDock for quick syncing

Click here to buy item

Warehouse Location: UK


For more iPhone Cases Visit iPhoneCases.co.uk

iPhone 3G Reception problems - fault found?

August 28, 2008 by admin · Leave a Comment 

A report in RoughlyDrafted and CNET apparently sourced from an AT&T insider says the fault was both software and hardware based. The iPhone 3G software demanded too much “power” or bandwidth from the network masts, resulting in dropped calls and slow connection speeds. There is also talk about networks such as Orange throttling bandwidth.

Rumor: Apple and AT&T Developing iPhone Tethering Plan

August 28, 2008 by admin · Leave a Comment 

According to a pretty legitimate-looking email thread from one of our readers, Steve Jobs may have responded to complaints that, since the pulling of NetShare from the App Store, iPhone-to-laptop tethering is impossible without jailbraking one's phone.

iPhone 3G Screen Protector

August 28, 2008 by admin · 1 Comment 

It absolutely sucks to get a scratch on an iphone, so the new Invisible Sheild iPhone 3G Protector is well worth the investment.

In my opinion it is a very good idea to get a superior quality iphone 3G screen protector - because you have to remember that it is a touchscreen - and a poor quality screen protector might mean reduced performance.

This screen protector / case stands out: “ZAGG’s invisibleSHIELD™ is a thin polyurethane film originally created for the military to protect the leading edge of helicopter blades.”

Click here to buy item

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