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iOS Intelligence Party: WWDC June 6th San Francisco

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Are you attending WWDC? iPhone Life is proud to sponsor the iOS Intelligence Party, Monday June 6th, San Francisco (with iPad DJ Rana Sobhany). Stop by our table to meet iPhone Life magazine publisher and executive editor Hal Goldstein and get a free copy of our latest issue.  Below are the event details from the organizer:

If you're going to be in San Francisco on Monday, June 6th, either for WWDC or for other reasons, I'd like to invite you to the iOS Intelligence Party.

 

You can RSVP from the event web site:

http://www.smallsociety.com/wwdc11party/



App Developer Names Gone Wild!

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I hate to give publicity where it's not deserved, and thereby promote an unworthy app, but when I saw this app, and more significantly, the developer's "name", I had to write about it:

The app name: "Talking Justin Bieber"

The company name:  "All Americas Super Hot Video Games & Amazing Talking Cell Phone GPS Tracker 3D Guns Game Club Music Security Alarm Sound Board Angry HD Pics Booth Buttons App Services Company and More"



Breakdown of iPhone components: Assembled in China for US$6.50!

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Every once in a while, there’s an economics professor who manages to put together a research paper that appeals to gadget geeks and iPhone nerds.



Sneak Preview: Samurai Girl – Gaming Giant CJ E&M Calls for Beta Testers

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Calling all beta-testers! CJ E&M, the gaming behemoth behind Netmarble is preparing to launch Samurai Girl for iOS. In line with the company’s usual attention to detail and its end-user focused philosophy, CJ E&M is calling for beta-testers for this epic new game experience.



Voices That Matter: iPhone Developers Conference

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iPhone Life is a proud sponsor of the Voices that Matter: iPhone Developers Conference in Seattle, WA. If you are in the area check it out. It promises to be a great event.  We will be giving away free issues of iPhone Life magazine. Also use our promocode below and save $100. Below are the details on the event: 

Voices That Matter: iPhone Developers Conference

April 9-10, 2011 – Seattle, WA

www.iphonespring2011.crowdvine.com



Mobile App Analytics Packages: How are your users using your app?

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App publishers should be looking at their app's statistics in order to gain an understanding of their app's performance: how often is it being downloaded, what are user's doing inside their app, are their any bugs in their app that keep a user from fully enjoying their app.



Editorial: Why I Jailbreak my iOS Devices

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The views expressed herein are my own, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of anyone else on the iPhone Life team. That said, I hope that readers will find this article informative and interesting, or at the very least thought-provoking.



Exclusive Interview with Paul Croft of Mediatonic

Earlier this week, I had the pleasure of interviewing Paul Croft, the man behind the amazing game studio known as Mediatonic. The studio is responsible for many terrific games, not only on the iOS platform, but also on the PSP and PC. I've always been a fan of the studio's games - in particular, I absolutely love Must.Eat.Birds.

The full interview is presented below.

 

Dain Schroeder (iPhone Life):
Hello Paul,



Challenging the Iphone’s dominance: Microsoft-Nokia, Sony-Google, but what about Nintendo?

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Over a week where reports of Ipad 2G have been intensifying, it is also a stark reminder of Apple’s overwhelming dominance that news of an Iphone jailbreaking breakthrough (pun intended) of the iOS 4.2.1 has probably generated more forum interest than any of Nokia’s products in the past 6 months.

(Nokia-Microsoft picture taken from www.gossone.com

 

As I have written before on my blogpost 29 Dec 2010,

“Typically it seems that during their developmental process, Apple usually identifies 1 feature that would be game-



Apple Peel Installation Field Report: Ipod Touch 3G becomes an Iphone (well, almost).

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Reading about the Apple Peel accessory is almost like reading about the Abominable Snowman, Loch Ness monster or the Giant Squid. Everybody has read about them, and there are many articles written about them but nobody has actually seen one.

Well now I have. 

In fact, I went one step further; I bought and installed one on an Ipod Touch 3G.



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