iPhone Freak

September 1, 2008 by admin 


iPhone Freak


Tags: iPhone, iPhone accessories, iPhone cases, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3G accessories, second generation iPhone, iPod Touch and iPhone applications, iPod and iPhone downloads, iPod, iPod Touch, hacks, tricks, tips, iTunes, reviews, release date, iPod Touch and iPhone downloads, buy iPhone cases, gsm, edge, 3G, Apple, price

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iPhone firmware 2.1 now available for download - Fri, 12 Sep 2008
In short, the title says it all, but according to the release notes it does offer quite a bit and should prove to be a worthwhile update for just about any iPhone owner. According to the notes it “contains many bug fixes and improvements” which seem to cover most of the major complaints that users [...]

Inside the 2nd generation iPod Touch - Fri, 12 Sep 2008
The folks over at iFixit recently purchased a new second-generation iPod Touch and then proceeded to eviscerate it.  One notable finding during this process was a Bluetooth chip, this chip is probably intended to be used exclusively in connection with Nike+. In addition to the Bluetooth chip, the headphone jack now has five pins as opposed to [...]

Apple’s new in-ear headphones - Wed, 10 Sep 2008
WIth all this fuss about the new iPod Nano and the revamped iPod Touch, it would seem as if Apple’s new in-ear headphones have been overlooked! Unlike their first set of in-ear headphones, Apple has decided to incorporate both the subwoofer and the tweeter to provide users with the best audio quality. “Each earpiece contains two separate [...]

Kevin Rose reviews iPhone app: Enigmo [Video] - Wed, 10 Sep 2008
Digg founder and co-host of Diggnation, Kevin Rose is at it again, this time providing us with what may ultimately become a series of video reviews of iPhone apps.  In this review, Rose provides us with an overview of Enigmo, as well as a demonstration, and then a final verdict. I’ll let the video do the rest [...]

Downfall of the “thick” iPod Classic: “One Size Fits All” - Wed, 10 Sep 2008
Earlier today in his Keynote Address, Steve Jobs announced that Apple is no longer selling the “thick” iPod Classic (120GB) due to a lack of consumer demand.  Jobs then announced that Apple has upgraded the “thin” iPod Classic, which was originally 80GB, to 120GB, without a change in the $249 price-tag.  This means that you can now buy [...]

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