The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the next iPhone is going to be thinner and lighter than the iPhone 4, which isn't exactly unexpected. But apparently, being thinner and lighter is making the next iPhone a pain to make.
Oooh! The popular Camera+ iPhone app has a neat new feature which will adjust photos and bring out initially hidden details. Or something like that. We were too distracted by this awesome promo video to catch all the information.
The Village Voice has just put out a clever iPhone app called Best Of. The app basically uses your location to help you find every place that was voted the "best of" something—be it restaurant or hot dog.
There are plenty of apps which allow you to share photos with friends—Path and Instagram, for example—but the Soundtracking iPhone app wants to let you share something more: Musical moments.
If you're sitting around and thinking "Gee, I wish strangers would approach me in public and perform weird actions on me," then boy, have I got an iPhone app for you!
It's not the first time we've heard inklings of near-field communication being incorporated into the next iPhone, and I doubt it'll be the last. However, this Apple patent application showing an e-wallet icon is pretty damning.
You can play the fiddle, the piano, and plenty of other instruments on your iPhone, so why not the trumpet too?
I've ranted and raved about how much the iOS notification system annoys me in the past, so rumors that Apple is buying a small company and having it revamp that whole mess are making me drool.
A few days ago something called "Confession: A Roman Catholic App" made its way into the Apple App Store and got a lot of attention. It's a two dollar app designed to help you examine your conscience in order to "participate in the Rite of Penance" and it makes it a point to proclaim that it's got the Catholic…
Recently an updated version of the the Greenpois0n tool became available for Mac users and allowed for untethered jailbreaking of iOS 4.2.1 devices. Now Windows users are finally able to get in on the fun as well.
Apple's Voice Control feature is decent, but aside from making calls and playing music, there's not much else you can do. But now, this new jailbreak tweak can equip you with system-wide command over Voice Control, comparable to Android.
The first reviews of the Verizon iPhone 4 are starting to appear and we're rounding them up for you. Here's a look at the early impressions:
There's no excuse for any iPhone user to go shopping without consulting the Google Shopper app first. It's free, it's fast, it'll tell you if you're getting a good deal, and it'll pull up product reviews for better decision making.
While you won't exactly be able to fight battles with it, you'll still have plenty of fun with the Desk Pets TankBot. It's a cute $20 toy which can be fully controlled by any iOS gadget.
If you need competition of sorts in order to get motivated, then you'll love the new TAG feature in the Nike+ GPS iPhone app. It basically lets you challenge friends based on distance, time, or who's the last to run.