Announce in September alongside release of iOS5. iPhone 5 will have a dual core (A5) processor, 1GB of RAM, a slightly larger screen edge-to-edge but approximately the same form factor. Camera will be upgraded to 8MP. It will come with an aluminum back. Available in 16, 32 and for the first time, 64GB sizes. White [...]
Almost 3 years + 1 month later, the last item on my iPod wishlist can be checked off: iTunes connectivity – it already hooks into the iTunes Music Store via wifi, why not allow it to browse and playback music from shared iTunes libraries on the LAN? I would love to be able to access [...]
It’s been awhile since I’ve done a favorite list of apps for my iPhone. Even more shockingly, I don’t think I’ve done a Top 5 games on my iPhone. A list that changes nearly every month as a new favorite rolls in and bumps out the old. Here’s what I’m playing now. (note, links to [...]
Watched some of the live stream from Engadget on the iPad announcement today. It was, as expected, a tablet shaped like a big iPod. It comes with wireless and it can hook up to a 3G network if you buy the big one. Notably, for me, were the things it didn’t do: No camera (!) [...]
What do you do when you’re stuck in an airplane at 6am and the cabin lights are off and your seat’s reading light doesn’t work? I guess you could listen to music or watch something on an iPod-like device. But what if you really feel like reading? As luck would have it, Instapaper Free makes [...]
Great tips and a couple of App recommendations from Phil Coffman on taking great pictures with your iPhone. At a minimum, you should get yourself Mill Color and Adobe Photoshop Mobile. (iTunes links) Phil Coffman – Art Director + Photographer » iPhone Photography.
I noticed something odd when thumbing through my calendar the other day on my iPhone. I noticed I had doubles of every entry in my calendar. I figured it was a sync issue so plugged it into my machine and noticed that I was syncing to the computer as well as to MobileMe. I figured [...]
I was going to write a little thing about how fun the ngmoco game Topple was, maybe even with an accompanying screen shot, but the App Store is still ridiculously slow here. Instead, I’m going to write just a little bit about monocultures and why they suck. When everything works, you can almost believe that [...]