100 million App Store downloads a month

January 17, 2009 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Manchester, UK: Apple announced that there had been 500 million iPhone App Store downloads in an advert running in the USA Today.

At we have collated all available data of iPhone App Store downloads.

You view and download this data below.

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iPhone with Quad-Core Processor: June 2009?

January 10, 2009 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Okay, I must admit the first part of the title is based on a rumor (speculation) which we had reported earlier today but the second part is based on Phil Schiller’s, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Worldwide Product Marketing statement to David Pogue of New York Times at Macworld 2009.

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Mac patent iphone technology

January 7, 2009 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Apple is laying claim to the navigation interface provided by the iPhone, a new patent application reveals. Published by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), the filing is simply titled Touch Screen Device, Method, and Graphical User Interface for Providing Maps, Directions, and Location-Based Information. Apple begins its claim by noting that as the number of functions presented by handhelds grows, it becomes increasingly difficult to build a matching interface, and multiplying the number of buttons present may be useless when dealing with applications such as Google Maps.

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JBL Spyro iPhone Speaker System - White

January 4, 2009 by admin · Leave a Comment 

iPhone Speakers

The JBL Spyro is a beatifully crafted, compact 2.1 channel iPhone compatible speaker system that looks and sounds like no other personal sound system out there. With a pair of delicately beautiful satellites and an innocent-looking subwoofer, JBL Spyro components may bring shrinking violets to mind. But they’re engineered to pound out rich, authoritative JBL® sound from nearly any multimedia source. And JBL Spyro encourages you to express your personal sense of style with optional subwoofer covers available in a variety of colors and patterns (JBL Wrappers). Match your décor, your desktop wallpaper, your iPod® case or your school colors. Or have it one way today and another way tomorrow. Because flower power is still about doing your own thing.

A stereo mini jack easily connects JBL Spyro to a variety of multimedia devices with a minimum of desktop wiring. Enjoy high-quality audio from desktop and laptop computers (any platform), iPod and other MP3 players, satellite radio, game consoles – you name it.

Easy-to-Use Touch Controls
One touch increases or decreases the volume; one touch mutes or unmutes the system. A single control lets you adjust subwoofer output. And JBL Spyro remembers your previous settings every time the system is powered on.

Advanced Technology
JBL Spyro owes its clear, accurate sound and outstanding performance characteristics to proprietary JBL technologies developed specifically for the realities of multimedia sound.
Odyssey® transducers – Aluminum-domed transducers driven by powerful neodymium magnets deliver rich high- and mid-frequency response. They may be small, but they definitely kick.
Atlas™ subwoofer – A large-excursion subwoofer driven by dual neodymium magnets pounds out clean, distortion-free bass.
MAPS (Minimum Audio Parameter Shift) – Volume is good, but the distortion that plagues small speakers at high volume is bad. MAPS suppresses distortion, even at the highest output levels.
COE (Computer-Optimized Equalization) – Proper equalization greatly improves stereo imaging. The JBL Spyro system is computer-optimized to provide a rich, complete soundstage.
OCT (Optimized Compression Topology) – A proprietary compression technology ensures clean, accurate sound at high output levels.

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Technical Specifications

Harman Multimedia
Model Name:
JBL Spyro
Input Requirement::
1/8″ (3.5mm) Mini stereo jack
Satellite: two Odyssey® neodymium drivers
Satellite: 6 watts per channel
Frequency Response:
40Hz – 20KHz
Diameter – 3.5 ” (90mm)
Height – 3.5 ” (90mm)
Subwoofer Diameter - 8″ (200mm), Height 5.5″ (140mm)
6.0 lb (2.8kg)
Input Impedance:
>5K Ohms
Signal to Noise Ratio::
Voltage input:
120V AC US
100V AC Japanese
230V AC Europe

Compatible with: iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone Nano, iPod 3G, iPod 4G, iPod Classic, iPod Color, iPod Mini, iPod Nano, iPod Nano 2G, iPod Nano 3G, iPod Nano 4G, iPod Photo, iPod Shuffle, iPod Shuffle 2G, iPod Touch, iPod Touch 2G, iPod Video

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JBL iPhone Docking Station - On Time Black

January 3, 2009 by admin · Leave a Comment 

JBL iPhone Dock

360 degrees of high-performance sound for your listening pleasure. The JBL OnTime is both a top-end speaker system boasting halo acoustics and an alarm clock that lets you rise to the music stored on your iPhone / iPhone 3G / iPod

Key features:

  • Automatic dimming provides the correct brightness level in any environment
  • Halo acoustics that provide 360º of great sound
  • Evercharge topology charges you iPhone even when it’s not connected to your computer
  • Large backlit LCD screen
  • A large backlit LCD
  • Built-in AM/FM radio and programmable alarm function
  • Line-in for supporting other audio products
  • Dimensions (HxWxD in cm): 25.4cm x 25.4cm x 22.5cm

In stock for immediate despatch

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Mobile Web Megatrends event

January 3, 2009 by admin · Leave a Comment 


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Following on the successful Mobile Web Megatrends Berkeley event , we will focus the next event of Mobile Web Megatrends in Singapore at the Singapore Management University at on April 27 and 28. More on this event soon but it will talk about practicalities of Appstores iPhone, RIM, Nokia and Android and will be based on ‘Show me the money’. Hopefully, we can make another Trism which made $250,000 profit in three months. Please register at Mobile Web Megatrends to know more

Mobile Web Megatrends event - Making money from Appstores - Singapore - April 27 and 28

White iPhone Docking Station

January 2, 2009 by admin · Leave a Comment 

The classic white iPhone Docking station. Designed to sit on your desk, this docking station provides additional support to hook up your iPhone - charging as well as synchronising your iPhone 3G / iPhone / iPod/ iPod Touch / iPod Nano / iPhone Nano 2G.


  • Audio 3.5mm jack
  • S-Video port
  • Apple dock connector port

Supports iPhone 3G.

Also supports: iPhone, iPod 3G, iPod 4G, iPod Classic, iPod Mini, iPod Nano, iPod Nano 2G, iPod Nano 3G, iPod Nano 4G, iPod Photo, iPod Touch, iPod Touch 2G, iPod Video

Best price
£12.73 ex. 15% VAT
Was £19.95 | You save 27%
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Pink iPhone 3G

January 2, 2009 by admin · Leave a Comment 

A pink iPhone 3G has been spotted on Ebay just a week ahead of the Macworld conference.

Pink phones have always been popular with the more feminine amoungst us, so I’m sure some people reading this will be most happy at the news.

As you can see from the picture it doesn’t look like it has a pink case, but is actually designed to be pink.

If there is any more news on the possibiliy of a Pink iPhone 3G I will keep you updated. You can subscribe to our RSS feed

SHOUTcast for iPhone - iPhone Internet Radio

January 2, 2009 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Talk about a great way to start the new year! I figured with only like 60 new apps launched last night there’d be little chance of anything worthwhile … boy was I wrong!! If you’re been looking for a good FREE internet radio app, this might just be the one you’ve been waiting for. I know its the one I’ve been waiting for, finally I can get my favorite station on my iPhone!

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iPhone 3G Problems

January 2, 2009 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Is the iPhone 3G really deserving of the nickname Jesusphone?

Sure, the iPhone 3G is a groundbreaking phone. There’s a lot to love about it… the amazingly easy-to-use touchscreen interface, amazing video playback, a big, bright, high contrast, high-resolution display that’s the best of any smartphone on the market, and a web browser that’s as good as any you’d use on a desktop computer. Not to mention Apple’s new MobileMe service which will provide over the air syncing of your email, contacts, calendar, tasks and photos with your home or office computer — no plugging in required.

But there are a lot of big disappointments with the iPhone 3G too. Some of them are stubborn commercial decisions Apple has made; others look like oversights, and others are fundamental flaws in the design of the phone itself.

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