Unfortunately after more than a year and half of iPhone's launch, Copy and Paste is still the most wanted feature whenever there are rumors of Apple planning to release the new firmware update.
In December 2008, a service called Pastebud was released which brought Copy & Paste feature
to the iPhone between iPhone's Safari browser (across tabs) and iPhone's Mail app. However, it had some privacy concerns.
iPhone developer, Ryan Petrich has just released an iPhone app via Cydia called Clippy which brings the Copy and Paste feature to the iPhone.
Have you been in a situation where you want to send multiple photos from your iPhone?
If you use iPhone's camera regularly (like I have started doing even though its very basic) chances are that the answer to that question is "Yes". Unfortunately, you can email only one photo at a time from your iPhone.
iPhone apps SendPhotos & Multi-Photo Email solve this problem by allowing you to email multiple photos from your iPhone.
iPhone expert, Erica Sadun, who also blogs at Ars Technica decided to investigate as the trick of typing the swear word two or three times and canceling the auto-correct pop-up each time did not work too well all the time.
What she found out was quite surprising but at the same time quite useful for iPhone users.
iBlueToothProject Team Release SweetTooth App – Aims to Get all Missing Bluetooth Profiles Working on the iPhone
If you ask me to pick the most useless features of the iPhone, I'll definitely
tell you it's the Bluetooth. The iPhone comes with Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR (short
for Enhanced Data Rate) built-in. But it only supports the Bluetooth Headset
Profile and Bluetooth Hands-free Profile 1.5.
A group of iPhone developers have been working on a project called iBlueTooth whose goal is to ultimately get all the missing Bluetooth
profiles working on the iPhone. They have recently released an iPhone app called SweetTooth that demonstrates the work they have done on
unlocking the full capability of iPhone's Bluetooth.
VoIP iPhone Apps to Watch Out for: Skype’s iPhone App and New Version of Truphone with Skype Support
We have seen some good VoIP iPhone apps like Fring and Truphone for the iPhone, however the good news from Macworld 2009, which otherwise had very little iPhone News and the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2009, was that things are going to get even better as Truphone has announced that very shortly they will be launching Skype calling on the iPhone.
If that's not good enough then Skype announced that they are also developing their own native client for the iPhone.
The blogosphere is buzzing with the news that Apple has made a major policy change by approving 3rd party web browsing apps for the iPhone in the last 24 hours.
MacRumors is reporting that the web browsing applications that have got approved have original submission dates ranging as far back as October, indicating that they have made a policy change recently.
However, does this change in policy mean that we will see Opera Mini or Firefox Mobile apps for the iPhone?
Macworld 2009 has come and gone and as we had predicted Apple did not announce iPhone Nano at the event but the iPhone Nano rumors haven't stopped.
Taiwan's Economic Daily News is reporting that two chip manufacturers, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company
and United Microelectronics Corporation, are expected to receive chip
orders for Apple's iPhone Nano.
Just like the tethering feature which we had reported about yesterday, another missing feature from the iPhone is the ability to send MMS.
If you are in UK then you are in luck as an iPhone app has just been released on Apple's UK App Store called "MMS Photo Messaging" which enables MMS on the iPhone.
One of the features missing from the iPhone's rich feature list is the ability to tether the
iPhone to feed a data connection to your computer to surf the Internet.
There have been numerous rumors about AT&T's plans to offer an official tethering option for the iPhone. There were speculations that AT&T would make that announcement at Macworld 2009 which did not happen.
MacBlogz who had earlier leaked AT&T's tethering plans claimed to be from an inside source is now reporting that AT&T could pleasantly surprise its iPhone customers.
Advertised as “your external brain”, Evernote lets you remember anything that you want using your iPhone. You can jot down stuff that you need to buy for home, save interesting pictures when you’re out with friends, take a snapshot of a product that you’ll purchase later or capture an interesting quote from a conversation.
You name it and Evernote is there to organize that information for you and more importantly the information is easily accessible and searchable at any time.