Apple's unloading iOS4 (that's the new name for iPhone OS, in case you didn't know) tomorrow, which means you should get started tonight.
Nielsen's new "iPhone vs. Android" report offers up the latest numbers in the big mobile battle: Both platforms have loyal users, but Apple's still on top by a long shot.
Since its 2008 debut, Android has grown - not only meeting all of the functionalities of the iPhone, but besting it in nearly all aspects. Here is our list of the top 10 things Android does better than the iPhone.
It's about time that the iPhone gets a custom dictionary, and according to this screen from the latest iPhone OS 4 beta, you'll find one under keyboard settings. Duck yes! (Discover more recent iPhone OS 4 findings here.)
See, a guitar made up of phones isn't just about the music. It's about bringing people together. And by "people" I mean mobile operating systems. Presenting two Android and WinMo devices and an iPod Touch, united to play Cracklin Rosie.
We've warned you: iPhone OS beta builds are for developers—they can leave your device useless for day-to-day tasks. Naturally this means we're playing with the latest build, iPhone OS 4.0 Beta 3, and are keeping track of changes.
If you're convinced that the walls surrounding the iPhone OS garden are a little too high, jailbreaking is your ticket to freedom. Here's how to bust your iPad out, and why you might want to do so.
Section 3.3.1 of the iPhone Developer Program License Agreement is the one that truly, deeply bans Flash and other cross-platform compilers, so you must use Apple's development environment for iPhone apps. Well, it might have Apple in antitrust hot water.
The iPad/iPhone jailbreak we learned about on iPad launch day is now available for download. The untethered hack works with activated iPhone OS gear running versions 3.1.2, 3.1.3, and 3.2. As for the iPad, users should proceed with caution, as any errors, crashes or other unforeseen issues will require a restore for…
Worldwide Developers Conference 2010 makes it more clear than ever what Apple's real priorities are: iPhone and iPad. Mac OS X is an also ran.
There's a lot to be happy about in iPhone OS 4. Like multitasking, and threaded inboxes. So why doesn't it feel right?
iPhone OS 4.0 Beta 2 slipped into the iPhone Dev Center earlier, but unless you're a developer and really need to test apps, it's best to skip this extra buggy beta and just keep playing around with the first.
The latest beta of iPhone OS 4.0 is ooout. Besides desperately needed bugfixes, wonder what else is new? [Apple]
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.
Popups were an understandable workaround for the shortcomings of the iPhone operating system. But with OS 4, Apple missed their chance to build a good alert system. Now, popups are about to get way out of hand.
The "rate on delete" iPhone prompt that greets users every time they remove an app from their iPhone is getting deleted.
Today Apple added some excellent features to its iPhone platform, so we were forced to update our smartphone beginner's guide chart. Here it is:
We all know that you can't run Flash on Apple's mobile devices. But now Apple is trying to make it impossible to develop for iPhones in any other development environment but Apple's own. Oh boy.