Each one of us has done this at some point – You are browsing the Internet from office and there are some interesting links you want to check out, but it's already time to leave. So, you copy all those links and email it to yourself hoping to access them later from home or from your iPhone.
There is a simple and elegant way to do this with an iPhone app.
Apple Tablet is speculated to come with many cool features, but the coolest among them all might well be an "invisible pen"!
A patent filed in the name of Fingerworks, the company Apple acquired in 2005 reveals some interesting information on a new technology that will allow users to write on a touchscreen surface very much like they would on a piece of paper.
Within hours after Verizon slashed the rates on their mobile phone subscription plans, AT&T too has announced a new pricing plan for their network subscribers. Though major discounts have been offered only to the feature phone subscribers, iPhone customers too can expect a marginal reduction in their monthly expenditure.
Facebook has announced that its iPhone app version 3.1.2 is now available on the App Store.
This comes just days after the company released a new version that brought push notifications and address book contacts syncing to the iPhone app. But quite a few of our readers had posted comments last week complaining about the mess that the address book syncing had created.
When the iPhone was first launched, stylus based touch screens were the norm. The iPhone thus revolutionized the mobile phone space with finger operated touch-screens. However, going by a recent patent filed by the company at the US Patent and Trademark Office, it appears that Apple could well be looking to bring stylus based touch-screens back .
Earlier this month, we had written about a patent filed by the company which sought to bring a feature similar to Google Latitude on iPhone that would enable users to be notified when one of their friends are in the vicinity.
In a new patent filed yesterday, the company seeks to take it a step further.
It's now close to ten days since Google unveiled its superphone. A lot of early reviewers had opined that while it is difficult for an iPhone user to start liking the device immediately but the power of Android 2.1 should become apparent only as you continue working with it.
But looks like Google's foray into mobile handset business has not exactly been a walk in the park so far.
The next generation iPhone could come with a touch sensitive casing and a 5-megapixel camera. These claims were made by Goldman Sachs Group analyst Robert Chen in an interview to Bloomberg based on information from his sources.
According to Chen,iPhone 4G could see some innovation in hardware as the existing back panels shall be replaced with touch sensitive plastic panels much on the lines of Apple's Magic Mouse, which debuted back in October of last year.
The success of iPhone and the App Store has spawned a new bunch of entrepreneurs who now earn their livelihood developing applications for iPhone users.
With close to 135,000 iPhone apps on the App Store today, the revenues made from the App Store constitute a very significant chunk of income not just for the app developers but for Apple as well.