Of all the questionable iPhone cases I've seen, the Smart Guard certainly raises more than just a few eyebrows. It's designed to protect both the phone with a durable case, and the user with a can of pepper spray.
OS X Lion is coming to the Mac App Store, ushering in a new era of digital distribution for their desktop operating system. And rumors are flying that iOS devices will soon receive over-the-air updates. If we had to smash these two pieces of information together and speculate about the future a little bit, we'd say…
From the same OpeniBoot software that saw other variations of Android running on the iPhone, comes Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), shown on the iPhone 3G. The video is a bit jerky, but it's proof that Gingerbread can be dual-booted.
Biana Wofford is accusing Apple of using the iOS 4 upgrade to maliciously cripple the iPhone 3G, boosting sales of the iPhone 4. I don't believe that's true, but the lawsuit makes one excellent point: Apple should enable easy iOS downgrades.
Apple's new Game Center page lists the iOS devices that will let you get involved in this whole playing games with other people thing that's happening soon. Second-generation iPod Touch owners: you're in luck! iPhone 3G owners: you're not!
Gadget cases, wraps and attachments that look like food are among my favorite things in the world. These iPhone 4 food cases appeal for the same reason, even if I don't exactly know what that reason is.
JailbreakMe 2.0, a mobile Safari-based jailbreak app for iPhones and iPads, has just gone live and pretty much opens up any iOS device you have handy, all the way back to the iPhone 3G.
If you are considering upgrading your iPhone to a newer model, Mike Hellers and Chris Pinnock made a video that will help you decide: A no-prisoners speed race between the original Jesusphone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, and iPhone 4.
The iPhone 3G is now about two years old, and it's nearing the end of its lifecycle. The proof? Installing the latest iOS4 on it causes it to slow to a crawl, and that's with half of its features missing.
It took several days for the iOS 4 Gold Master to be jailbroken, but it took mere hours for the official, final release of the mobile operation system to be freed on the iPhone 3G and iPod Touch 2G.
After hacking the first-gen iPhone to run Android, David Wang has uploaded a video proving he can do the same magic trick with the iPhone 3G. What's the bet he'll try his hand on the iPhone 3GS next?
We've seen videos of iPhone 4.0 Beta being jailbroken, but we thought we'd have to wait for quite a while until the jailbreak tool is released. Well, surprise! It's already available for iPhone 3G devices.
Obsolescence, meet iPhone. It's true, iPhone OS 4 won't touch the original iPhone at all. But even the iPhone 3G is getting shafted quite a bit with iPhone OS 4.
When Jobs announced multitasking for iPhone OS 4, everyone got giddy... until Apple said that this important feature wouldn't work in older iThingies because of "hardware limitations". The hardware, however, fully supports multitasking. Why not enable it, then, Apple?
Another iPhone, another round of AT&T promising it'll be better this time. Honest! In fact, in December they started a 100-day plan to " to dramatically improve the company's network in densely-populated cities." Are you feeling it yet?