You might have heard of the Apple Peel or maybe the ZTE Peel offered by Sprint.
In November, Jim Karpen reported in his post here about the ZTE Peel accessory which allows Ipods to access Sprint’s 3G network for data transfers.
For all you Robocop fans, here is an app that was recently released.
Per the press release, the “RoboCop App lets fans and users watch their favorite RoboCop movie scenes on demand, gain access to the best one-liners and audio clips, and impersonate the infamous action hero through a brand new “RoboHead” mode. For the first time ever, fans themselves can become RoboCop and watch as he mouths their own words.”
iPhone/iPod Touch Version ($0.99)
iPad Version ($1.99)
I spotted this over at Macrumors today. Microsoft released a version of OneNote for iOS today. It’s apparently only available through the US iTunes store and it’s free for a limited time. I just downloaded it while it’s free so I could have it for future use.
You might be seeing a movie in your local theater made entirely with an iPhone. Yep, it's true. Park Chan-wook, a noted Korean movie director, used iPhones to film his 30-minute fantasy-horror short called Paranmanjang (ups and downs). It was completely shot with iPhone 4s. It will be interesting to see how this film is received and if other directors and producers try their luck using iPhones as their cameras of choice.
Will an iPhone get an award at the next Academy Awards?
At Apple's it's quarter earnings report , Steve Jobs announced better than expected sales in all iOS devices. Apple sold 16.24 million iPhones, 7.33 million iPads, 4.13 million Macs, and 19.45 million iPods.
The Internet has buzzing with iPad and iPhone rumors the past two days. Ben Patterson offers a roundup on Yahoo. Perhaps the juiciest is that the new iPad and iPhone will have a faster, dual-core version of Apple's A4 processor — making it possible to power a 2048 x 1536 display. Think 1080p video on your iPhone or iPad. Yes! Other rumors have included tidbits such as: the new iPad, which is expected in April, will be thinner and will have front- and back-facing cameras and Facetime.
As a writer for many years, my photographic skills have been very helpful. Now, carrying an iPhone around makes my writing even easier.
Here are some tips for using your iPhone pictures if you want to write articles...
Some of the more jaded iPhone application critics (of which at times I claim to be one of these) complain that there are no new, truly creative interactive experiences on the iPhone anymore. With literally hundreds of thousands of applications to choose from in the App Store, hasn't every pixel pushing design already been manifested? Strange Rain answers those critics with a resounding 'No' thanks to its torrent of creativity and captivating, imaginative gameplay.
The news headlines today are saying that Apple CEO Steve Jobs has taken a medical leave from the company. No information is available regarding the reason, or where he is. The announcement sent to Apple employees said that he'll continue to be involved in strategic decisions and that chief operating officer Tim Cook will be in charge of day-to-day operations. We wish him good health. There is no doubt that his vision has had a remarkable influence on technology. Apple, unlike other companies, doesn't do market research. One man decides what the market wants: Steve Jobs. And his instincts have been uncanny.