Items Tagged with iPhone 3.0
#188 / 2009-09-14 17:00:00 / 22:58 min.
The Lab Rats come to the rescue of anyone that has wondered
"which smartphone is right for me?" The guys take a good look at the iPhone 3GS, the Palm Pre and the Blackberry Tour, and talk about each phone's strengths and weaknesses.
#29 / 2009-07-29 17:00:00 / 9:25 min.
Now that the hype surrounding
The biggest change with
iPhone 3.0software has abated somewhat, Jay Goldman, AKA Mr. Mobile takes a look at
iPhone 3.0 softwareand what it means for everyday iPhone use.
iPhone 3.0 software is freefor iPhone users but there's a charge for iPod Touch users.
The biggest change with
iPhone 3.0 softwareis the new
copy and pastefunctionality... something that was sorely missing from previous versions of iPhone / iPod touch software. However, there's a lot more to
iPhone 3.0 softwarethan that, as Jay explains.
#181 / 2009-07-27 17:00:00 / 24:43 min.
Andy and Sean crack open the case (so to speak) on the three generations of iPhone and take a look at what makes them run, as well as speculating on what's coming next from Apple. Check out the
head to head comparison of all three generations of iPhoneand find out
what's under the iPhone's hood
#6 / 2009-06-18 17:01:00 / 15:14 min.
View all five parts of our series on
how to use iPhone 3.0. Sean Carruthers shows us
what's new in iPhone 3.0 softwareas well as
how to copy and paste on iPhone 3.0, how to use Spotlight searchas well as
how to use the new Voice Memo appand more.
#1 / 2009-06-18 11:00:00 / 4:11 min.
Cut, copy and paste on the iPhone 3.0. Three very basic and very simple features that make a huge difference and that have been sorely missed on
Apple's iPhonesince it was first released. Now, with
iPhone 3.0 firmware, these features (and many more) make their way to the iPhone. Sean Carruthers explains.
#2 / 2009-06-18 11:00:00 / 3:21 min.
Another feature sorely missed in iPhone firmware prior to 3.0 was
Spotlight searching. Now, with
iPhone version 3.0, searchis at your fingertips. Sean Carruthers explains how to
use Spotlight search on your iPhone 3.0.
#3 / 2009-06-18 11:00:00 / 2:36 min.
iPhone 3.0has a much improved
landscape modethat's available in more
iPhone appsthan before. If you struggle with
typing on the iPhone, you'll be interested to see the new larger
landscape keyboard option in email. Likewise, if you use the stock application, a new landscape mode makes it easier than ever to follow stocks on the iPhone.
#4 / 2009-06-18 11:00:00 / 2:09 min.
One of the
iPhone killer appsis the
Safari browser. With
iPhone firmware 3.0, the web browsing experience on the iPhone is much improved. Sean Carruthers explains.
#5 / 2009-06-18 11:00:00 / 3:53 min.
In addition to all the new features in
iPhone 3.0 firmware, there's also a new standard app.
Voice Memo on iPhone 3.0is a quick and easy way to make a quick recording.
#35 / 2009-06-18 09:59:31 / 1:17 min.
iPhone 3G S and iPhone software 3.0seems to be all anyone can talk about. The
iPhone 3G Shas launched for those who are in the market for an upgrade. And even if you're not looking to upgrade your hardware,
iPhone Software 3.0has also be released and brings some long awaited new features and functions to the iPhone.
#23 / 2009-03-23 12:00:00 / 7:44 min.
The third-generation iPod Shuffle makes an appearance on the On Deck set, along with its affable carrier, Sean Carruthers. Sean takes us through some of the changes to Apple's stripped-down iPod, including the new control scheme that takes control from the face of the iPod to a dongle that sits on the headphones. There's also some talk of the new iPhone 3.0 software version, coming soon.
Sean Carruthers takes a close look at the iPhone 3.0 update and shows
what's new in iPhone 3.0? Aside from the fact that this is the first time non-jailbroken iPhone users have been able to
copy and paste on the iPhone, there are also several upgraded or brand new default applications, new Spotlight search functionality and much improved landscape mode switching.
iPhone photo-sharing app Instagram was recently the big buzz when Facebook bought it for one billion dollars.
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Four Android activations every second, iOS pays better and opt-out of targeted ads plus the StumbleUpon app
Every second, 19 blog posts are created, 787 porn searches are enacted, 4.2 babies are born and four Android phones are activated. While Android is tops in activations, it's bested by iOS for developer pay. Also, we'll look at a largely unpublicized way t
Android apps on PlayBook, rooting your Android phone and Acer entering the tablet fray with the Iconia A500
Android apps on PlayBook explained; what they do, what they don't. An always up to date means to root just about any Android phone and Acer entering the tablet fray with the $450 Iconia A500