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iPhone Hacks and also from around the web that did not make it here
after the jump.
And it is mostly about the 3G iPhone which we hope will be launched by Steve Jobs at the WWDC event on Monday.
Folks the details of the 3G iPhone I had posted today are not the last as folks at CrunchGear have received photos of iPhone 2.0 from a tipster whom they claim is a similar tipster who had sent the photos of a new iPod that we now know as the 3rd generation Nano.
The rumor mills seems to be working overtime with just two days to go for Apple’s WWDC 2008 event when Steve Jobs is expected to reveal details of the next generation iPhone.
Since the launch of the next generation iPhone is speculated to be
as early as next week by Steve Jobs at the WWDC 2008 Keynote I thought
it was about time to join the rumor mill and get your reactions on the
3G iPhone photos.
Both Engadget and iPhone Atlas are reporting that they have got information from reliable sources which gives more details of 3G iPhone.
NerveGas, the iPhone hacking expert has just released an iPhone app aptly called Wipe App which should solve the issue of iPhones sold as refurbished unit revealed previous owners personal data by erasing the contents of your iPhone.
Sipgate Inc, a San Francisco-based company has just launched their free native application for the iPhone which allows iPhone users to make and receive VOIP calls over Wi-Fi using any SIP-based VoIP-service similar to Fring that was released a couple of months back an Israeli startup.
If you already have an iPhone and have read with envy some of the speculations surrounding the imminent launch of the next generation iPhone which is expected to have 3G, real GPS etc then you might find this hardware+software solution called iGPSD which brings true GPS to the current iPhone an interesting option.
There is some good news for Windows users, as they can now use a software called iPhoneBrowser which not only has a good user interface but is also available for free which give users access to the iPhone’s file system.
iPhone News & Rumors from around the web
Japan’s number three mobile carrier Softbank Corp. announced late yesterday that it has struck a deal with Apple to sell the iPhone to the tech savvy Japanese public. Sales of the iPhone should begin sometime this year.
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