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This is the new iPhone – Gizmodo

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Gizmodo is sensationally claiming that this is the new iPhone (4th gen). The handset was found at a bar in Redwood City. Initially it was thought this was a Chinese fake, but now Gizmodo thinks it is the real deal. From initial look the change and design is a bold move from Apple and it’s significantly different than previous models. Could this be a move by Apple to let those older gen owners know they’re lagging behind and should get this newer, cooler model. We will find out around June, but until then, just amuse yourself with the images and details from Gizmodo:

Gizmodo

What’s new

* Front-facing video chat camera
* Improved regular back-camera (the lens is quite noticeably larger than the iPhone 3GS)
* Camera flash
* Micro-SIM instead of standard SIM (like the iPad)
* Improved display. It’s unclear if it’s the 960×460 display thrown around beforeā€”it certainly looks like it, with the “Connect to iTunes” screen displaying much higher resolution than on a 3GS.
* What looks to be a secondary mic for noise cancellation, at the top, next to the headphone jack
* Split buttons for volume
* Power, mute, and volume buttons are all metallicRead More »This is the new iPhone – Gizmodo

iPhone OS 4

iPhone OS 4.0 Revealed, Frags The Scene

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Apple CEO and avid turtle neck wearer Steve Jobs revealed the latest iteration of the iPhone OS – 4.0 – which brings some interesting new features to iPhone users. Whilst fanboys from each side will carry on debating what this means to them one way or another, there is one clear fact, fragmentation has come to the Apple-sphere. It’s not surprising this has happened either, the indications have been there since the launch of the iPhone 3GS.

iPhone OS 4

Whilst OS 4.0 will be available to all devices on the platform, some will get certain features like multitasking whilst others won’t – namely the older devices. Take a hint, upgrade and fill Apple’s coffers. As this little paragraph breaks it down for you:

iPhone OS 4 Compatibility
iPhone OS 4 will work with iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, and the second- and third-generation iPod touch this summer, and with iPad in the fall. Not all features are compatible with all devices. For example, multitasking is available only with iPhone 3GS and the third-generation iPod touch (32GB and 64GB models from late 2009).

Read More »iPhone OS 4.0 Revealed, Frags The Scene

3rd Gen iPhone

3rd Gen iPhone rumours In Visual Diagram

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3rd Gen iPhone

The Green Room has done a splendid job on visualizing all the rumors of the 3rd Gen iPhone into one clear visible graphical diagram. Amongst the rumors we have an improved camera, a front facing camera for video conferencing, OLED screen, ability to record and send video, Adobe Flash support amongst a whole host of others. The color coded key shows which rumors are more likely to be true or not.Read More »3rd Gen iPhone rumours In Visual Diagram

Qik

iPhone Optimized Qik Pages

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Qik

Qik has released iPhone optimized pages for the handset which cater to it’s UI. The page is available by visiting http://qik.com/ on your iPhone handsets. Users will have the majority of the features available on their handset, all of which are found on the main Qik.com webpage on your PC or Mac.

Aqua Forest

Aqua Forest [iPhone Game]

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Aqua Forest

If you are looking for a game that is user intuitive, responsive and simply cool then you need to try Aqua Forest. Using the iPhone’s touch screen and accelerometer it let’s you draw water, fire and wood on the large iPhone’s screen to your desire.

I know there are other handsets with the accelerometer and some also have touch screens but I can assure you none do it as well as the iPhone – not even close.Read More »Aqua Forest [iPhone Game]

iPhone games

Freeverse binging Flick Sports Games for the iPhone

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With the release of SDK for the iPhone from Apple, we can expect a host of new applications and games being developed for the device. Most of those will obviously make use of the touchscreen UI and the built in Accelerometer sensor, two features Apple has more or less designed to perfection.

iPhone games

Freeverse, a software and games development company based in New York is aiming to take advantage of those exact features.

The guys at Freeverse obviously love their iPhones, a fact stated on their website. Now they are planning to develop a few games which would take advantage of the touch UI and the Accelerometer and make games for the iPhone. The plans so far are;Read More »Freeverse binging Flick Sports Games for the iPhone