The fourth generation iPhone shattered records for opening day sales and continues to sell quite well despite antenna-gate. This means there are bound to be tons of brand new iPhone users out there who are still getting the hang of their new favorite toy.
We decided to give these users a hand by both drudging up some tips and tricks that have been around since the beginning as well as a few new hints that only work with iOS 4. Each tip below features a handy graphic to help you figure out the process.
Steve Jobs took the stage in San Francisco this morning to announce the long-rumoured iPhone 4. It’s a fantastic upgrade to the iPhone lineup, incorporating a brand new design, and a range of new features. We also saw another demonstration of the iPhone OS 4 (now iOS4) operating system, highlighting the additions we’ve covered previously on iPhone.AppStorm.
In this article, we’ll be exploring exactly what you can expect to see in the brand new iPhone 4, including a stunning new design, FaceTime video calling, the gorgeous “Retina Display”, and HD video recording. Intrigued? Read on.
The idea of “tethering” a phone to your computer is nothing new. However, as data plans become cheaper and more inclusive, the appeal of tethering is far greater than ever before. The basic idea involves connecting your iPhone to your Mac or PC – either over Bluetooth, or using a cable – to provide access to the web on your computer over 3G.
There are numerous solutions to achieve this, and we’ll be looking at a few different options today. Some of them depend heavily on the country you’re based in. Tethering isn’t officially supported in the US on AT&T yet, but rumours suggest that it’s coming in the next month or two.
Read on to find out how tethering works, and how you can start sharing that data connection with your computer!
Recently my Taylor 414ce (a guitar I’ve owned and loved for nearly 10 years) took a dive and hit the stage, simultaneously cracking the instrument’s body and my very soul. Though an iPhone is nowhere near as pricey as a $2,000 Taylor, it’s still a couple of hundred dollars that’s worth protecting so you don’t have to suffer the anguish of busting it by accident like I did with my guitar.
Some cases are meant to withstand mild blows, some are merely aesthetic, and others serve both purposes remarkably well. Today we’ll look at 20 of the coolest places online to pickup the perfect iPhone case that serves your desired aesthetic and/or functionality.
Every year, Apple invite a few select developers and media contacts to an iPhone OS event, where the new features to be included in the next iPhone release are unveiled. In this post, we’ll be taking a look at the 7 major additions and changes to the iPhone OS this year, and asking for your opinion!
There’s quite a bit to get excited about, so read on for the full details of what to expect in the next release of the iPhone operating system!
If you’re reading this, you will probably agree that the iPhone is one of the most useful devices currently on the market. But there’s a lot more functionality than initially meets the eye. The iPhone is simple on the surface, but packed with hidden features.
Here are over thirty iPhone tips and tricks that aren’t widely publicised – I’m sure you’ll have encountered a few before, but some are bound to be brand new to you. Read on to join the ranks of an iPhone ninja!
If you like this, be sure to check out our more recent roundup of 40 Secret iPhone Features and Shortcuts!
Ever been on a trip and tried to sync your iPhone/iPod with another computer? Ever set up a new system and wanted to easily pull the content off your iPhone into your new iTunes library? Ever lost your local hard drive and the data on your iPod or iPhone was all you had left?
If you answered any of these questions with a yes, you’ll probably know that copying files from your iPod into an iTunes library is incredibly confusing. iRip aims to solve this problem, making the entire process remarkably simple.
Our friends over at Mac.AppStorm are offering some live news and analysis of today’s Apple Event – rumoured to be the announcement of a new tablet device.
If you love your iPhone, I’m sure you’ll be excited to see what else Apple have up their sleeve. Head over to read our coverage – starting at around 9.30am PT – and feel free to leave a comment with your thoughts and predictions!