Apple tonight reported their financial results for the third fiscal quarter which ended 30 June, 2007. Apple reported (compared to year-ago quarter):Revenue of $5.
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Apple has also posted some tips for maximizing your iPhone battery life. Since it will cost you US$86 to have Apple replace your battery when it eventually fails, plus $29 for a loaner iPhone it behooves you to pay attention to what Apple suggests.
Apple is now offering an AppleCare Protection Plan (APP) for iPhone. The just-announced program (Apple part number MB135LL/A) extends the one year hardware warranty included with iPhone an extra year (for a total of two) for US$69.
AT&T announced their second quarter 2007 financial results yesterday stating that they signed up 146,000 new subscribers in the first two days, slightly down from the 200,000 Wall Street analysts expectated. AT&T's second quarter officially ended June 30th.
Attention eBay bidders: You'll definitely want to want to bookmark this site on your iPhone iPhoneMyeBay (now iRibbit).Just a couple hours ago iPhoneAppLab released the first eBay certified iPhone application.
A lot of hay has been made about a purported "vulnerability" in iPhone that allows a malicious Web site to extract personal information and take control of the device from the a WiFi connection. I put "vulnerability" in quotes because it hasn't been publicly demonstrated yet.
According to a MacRumors video (since removed at the request of Apple legal) the new iPod interface will look stylish and more graphical - but nothing like iPhone, as most have predicted. Most people figured that the next iPod would simply be iPhone, sans the phone part.
Yesterday was my first real test of taking my iPhone on the road. I had a long day of car travel and since I'd stopped charging my iPhone every night, electing instead to only charge it as needed, I was sure to need to charge it in the car.
A post on Apple's discussion forums sheds some light on two different touchscreen panels being shipped in iPhone. The two different panels (presumably made by different manufacturers) are indistinguishable when the backlight is off but that are, in fact, much different.
Rape.osx is an alleged worm that targets Mac OS X.