Third-party dock cables can be wonky with the iPad 3's new power demands. Mine, which worked fine with an iPad 2, only charged my iPad 3 up to 85 percent then stopped.
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One of Siri's biggest omissions is that it can't read to you. VoiceBrief for iOS fills this gap and reads your email, websites, Twitter and Facebook to you -- and it's free for a couple of days.
Gizmodo's got the line on a new touch-screen iPhone competitor from Sprint and Samsung called Instinct.Announced at CTIA, the 3.
From the you-can't-make-this-stuff-up department: SALEM — Two men employed to sell iPhones at the Apple Computer Store in the Mall at Rockingham Park went into business for themselves, stealing 332 of them before being caught by their bosses, police said.Police yesterday arrested Joshua Garrand, 28, of Methuen, Mass.
A source close to the iPhone project tells me that iPhone 2.0 will likely feature Java and a native iChat/IM application.
Everyone's crazy about iPhone and it's been good to Apple so far–as evidenced by their record earnings last quarter. The 800 pound Boogeyman known as Google may be prepping a phone that could spook even Apple.
That sound you hear is hell freezing over.Despite saying everything to the contrary and even opening a WebApps portal on their Web site, Steve Jobs today announced that Apple is releasing an iPhone SDK to developers in February so that they can develop "real" iPhone applications.
AT&T's usual policy for unlocking a phone is to have been a customer in good standing for 90 days. Now this is for phones that were subsidized by AT&T!
Some users attempting to get their US$100 coupon from Apple for iPhones purchased before 22 August 2007 are being greeted with an error message stating that they "may not be eligible."The person is got the error message at right is none other than the PowerPage's Rob Parker and I know that he's eligible because I purchase my iPhone with him on launch day–29 June 2007.
With only four days to go before the iPhone feeding frenzy I wanted to take a look at what will certainly be a popular accessory: the Jawbone bluetooth headset (US$119) from Aliph.The Jawbone is being carried by AT&T wireless and can also be purchased direct from Aliph and from various Internet retailers.