Saturday, July 28, 2007

Apple iPhone Users Get Busy Signal Buzz

If the new Apple iPhone exceeds expectations in any one category it is getting the hackers off the couch to figure out the electronic key needed to unlock the new phone. When Apple unleashed its newest and unparalleled Apple iPhone device, it was designed to work only with AT&T with the SIM chip included, but locked so the only way the phone will work is with a two-year contract with AT&T the carrier formerly known as Cingular.


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While several people seem to love the Apple iPhone and have many nice things to say about it music and video player, being forced to sign with a specific wireless carrier for cell phone and internet browser use has several hackers locked in their rooms searching for the door to another service. Despite AT&T's threat to prosecute anyone who unlocks the secret to their technology and is able to unlock the phone, the effort continues. Experts predict that within two weeks of the release the Apple iPhone will have been unlocked and being used on other networks.

Currently, the Apple iPhone is somewhat restricted to the United States for no other reason than economics. An average two-year contract with AT&T for over 4,000 minutes of use and unlimited wireless internet access will go for about $60 a month. For the neighbors up north, there is only one Canadian cell phone service compatible with AT&T and, due to less competition, a lesser level of service is going for about $200 a month. Add to that the $600 price tag for an Apple iPhone and this one-of-a-kind device is out of reach for most Canadian users.

The Apple iPhone was unleashed with great fanfare but initial silence by Apple about the coming technology seemed to fuel the hype behind the phone. The concept is a simple one: having every communications device known to man all in one handheld unit. Touch screen technology has been around for years, but having it installed on a device that fits into the back pocket of even the tightest pair of jeans made it one of the hottest, must-have commodities that people just had to have, despite the price and questionable service contract.

There are plenty of pitfalls with the new Apple iPhone, but none of them pose a permanent problem as the solutions will be easy to come up with, if they are'nt already in place, such as the digital camera also working as a video recorder. Easy fixes will be coming for being able to add ringtone the user chooses and will most likely add a better search tool for its address book. These are just a few of the complaints by the first users of the new Apple iPhone that should be easy to overcome.

Users Pushing For Additional Memories

Despite having the capability to play music and movies, as well as roam the internet and send and receive email and offers the functionality of a computer, the eight megabytes of memory has many people forgetting why they wanted it so bad in the first place. There is no place on the Apple iPhone for an additional memory card and its configuration with Windows and PC users is questionable at best. Of the Windows Office Suite, only Outlook is fully connectable with the Apple iPhone calendar. Outlook Express will not work, having some finding the need for the additional expenses of new software.

The battery, not replaceable by the user is another quirk of the Apple iPhone, similar to it music player, and has to go back to the factory for a new battery. Although the battery life has been greatly extended, up to nine hours with movie watching, music listening and browser viewing. A charging dock for the internal battery, which is included, promises to restore the battery from a 10 percent level to 90 percent in under two hours.
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The Apple iPhone Supports Web 2.0

The Apple iPhone is not just a music player which also acts as a cellular phone; it is also fully loaded to support Third Party Web 2.0 applications.

What is Web 2.0 applications?
Web 2.0 applications allows users to experience greater interactivty and more importantly, it empowers product owners and merchants, the ability to carry out secure data access and transactions online. This is similar to the stock purchases and bank funds transfers which many of us are familiar with and it is also used for online purchases from sites like Amazon.


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This breakthrough in technology allows the iPhone to be on the fore front in the digital age. Imagine this, you have just used the iPhone's built-in 2 megapixel camera to take photos of your family vacation. You uploaded the pictures onto a web-based photo sharing website like Flickr and you send a text or email broadcast to your friends. They would then visit your site and leave live interactive comments, similar to services found on Twitter. In addition, you could even add links to real-time print-on-demand photography services, and your friends can request for these photos to be printed and sent to them the next day.

The real breakthrough comes when you found out that you are able to pay for your purchases with iPhone. Imagine being able to travel without your wallet while making payment at a parking meter, buying cinema tickets and paying for a meal with just a single touch of a payment button on your iPhone.

Other exciting innovations
With the iPhone's technology architecture, it also means that developers can create innovative applications for the device. For example you could very well operate the functions of your home with your trustworthy iPhone. Imagine being able to turn your sprinklers and your sprinklers on and off, turn on the air conditioning of your room before you return home and being to record your favorite movies on television with just an instruction sent to your home automation network through your phone. Of course, when you are away on vacation, your iPhone will provide real-time video access to your home's security system, giving you the ability to see that your home is safe and sound, even when you might be hundreds of miles away.

While the iPhone will initially be available only in the USA on June 29 2007, it will also be available in Europe by the end of 2007 and in Asia the following year. The iPhone marks Apple's first entry into the cellphone market and judging by the responses seen so far, it certainly looks set to make a big splash.
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Tuesday, July 24, 2007

iPhone Guide

This is a full guide about Apple iPhone, it should be easy to understand. If you have any problem about this guide, feel free to post here. I will reply to you ASAP.

1. Simple introduction about iPhone Screen resolution: 320 by 480 pixels (160 ppi),
Operating system: OS X
GSM Quad-band (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz), Wireless data
Wi-Fi (802.11b/g) / EDGE / Bluetooth 2.0+EDR



Battery: Talk Time: Up to 8 hours; Standby Up to 250 hours; Internet Use Up to 6 hours; Video Playback Up to 7 hours; Audio playback Up to 24 hours.


iPhone Supported Video format:
H.264 video, up to 1.5 Mbps, 640 by 480 pixels, 30 frames per second, Low-Complexity version of the H.264 Baseline Profile with AAC-LC audio up to 160 Kbps, 48kHz, stereo audio in .m4v, .mp4, and .mov file formats;
H.264 video, up to 768 Kbps, 320 by 240 pixels, 30 frames per second, Baseline Profile up to Level 1.3 with AAC-LC audio up to 160 Kbps, 48kHz, stereo audio in .m4v, .mp4, and .mov file formats; MPEG-4 video, up to 2.5 Mbps, 640 by 480 pixels, 30 frames per second, Simple Profile with AAC-LC audio up to 160 Kbps, 48kHz, stereo audio in .m4v, .mp4, and .mov file formats



iPhone Cost: $59.99 a month for 450 minutes of talk time, $79.99 for 900 minutes and $99.99 for 1,350 minutes along with unlimited data service. There also is a $36 activation fee. Customers can pay extra for plans to get more talk time or text messages. Several family-style plans also are available, ranging from $80 a month for 700 shared minutes to $120 for 2,100 shared minutes.



Full iPhone Demo Guide: Apple - iPhone - A Guided Tour For more iPhone info: IPhone -Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia



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2. How to rip DVD and IFO to MP4 for iPhone
Step1. Download “Aimersoft iPhone Converter Suite”, install and run it. For Windows Vista user, you may have to run this program as Administrator, right click the program shortcut and click “Run as Administrator”.



Step2. Run the DVD to iPhone Converter. Load your DVD by clicking “Load DVD” button, you also can load IFO file from your hard drive by clicking “Load File” button.



Step3. Click the drop download list to select the Audio and Subtitle you want, you also can change the output location. A regular DVD movie has several titles, such as MTV DVD, by default, this software will merge all the DVD chapters into one video clips, you can check the click box before the title list to select any DVD clips you want to rip.

As format: This software supports three Apple products: iPhone, iPod and Apple TV. It can rip DVD to MP4, M4A; it also can rip audio from DVD to MP3, AAC. Just select “iPhone Video MPEG-4 (*.mp4)”



After you finish the settings, click “Start” button to start the conversion.


3. How to convert AVI, MPEG, FLV, WMV, MOV, ASF, MP4, DAT, RM, RMVB, MPG, 3GP to MP4 for iPhone

1. Click “Video to iPhone Converter” to load the Aimersoft Video to iPhone Converter. Then click “Add” button to load video files. This software supports batch conversion, so you can add several video clips at one time.



2. The operation is similar with DVD to iPhone Converter, this software can join several different video clips into one file, if you want to join video, just check the box “Merge into one file”. You also can customize the resolution, video bit rate, encoder, frame rate, audio bit rate, channel, etc in the setting panel by clicking the “Settings” button. The program also lets you create a profile and save it, then you can use different settings for each video clips.



3. Click “Start” button to start the conversion after you finish the settings.



Tips: 1. This software provides rich video editing functions for you to trim, crop and edit DVD movie. Click the “Crop” button, and then you will see a pop up window (See the figure below). There is a frame in dashed line around the movie video; you can drag it to cut the black edges.



2. You can click the “Effect” button and customize the brightness, saturation, contrast, volume, etc . You can even apply special effects such as “Emboss”, “Negative”, “Old film” and “Gray” by selecting an effect from drop-down list.



3. This software can capture pictures from DVD movie, there is a small camera icon below the preview windows, click it when you preview the movie, it can save picture as JPEG and BMP.



How to rip DVD and convert video to iPhone with Cucusoft iPhone Converter Suite?
1. Download Cucusoft DVD to iPhone + iPhone Video Converter Suite, install and run it. Click “Open DVD” button to load DVD file from your DVD drive or hard drive.



2. Click on "Setting" and go to menu "Subtitle" to select the subtitle and select the audio.


3. The converter will automatically detect the main movie of your DVDs, it will popup with below window to let you make a decision, just keep the setting of "Record from movie start point" and output file size setting, the default setting is the best for good quality and compact output file size, click "Yes” to start ripping DVD to iPhone video files.



Run iPhone Video Converter and click “open file” to load videos. Then click 'Output' and choose the path where you want to save your video files. Click 'Convert' to start converting video to iPhone MP4 video.



For more iPhone converters, you can refer this iPhone Converter review:
DVD to iPhone Converter review
Wondershare(win): http://www.dvd-ripper-copy.com/iphone-converter-suite.html
Videora(win): http://www.videora.com/en-us/Converter/iPhone/
SUPER(win): http://www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html
handbrake(mac): http://handbrake.m0k.org
Imtoo(win): http://www.imtoo.com/dvd-to-iphone-suite.html
Xilisoft(win): http://www.xilisoft.com/dvd-to-iphone-suite.html
Lenogo(win): http://www.lenogo.com/dvdtoiphoneconverter/index.htm


Trouble shooting:
To convert RM/RMVB real media files to MP4, you may have to install Real player:

http://www.real.com/freeplayer


4. Where to download free video and rip CD to MP3 for iPhone
1. iTunes store: $0.99 for one song, $9.99 for one movie, $1.99 for one TV show. Just install iTunes and visit the iTunes store.



2. Limewire is fast and popular file sharing freeware working on Windows, Linux and Mac OS. Through the P2P (peer-to-peer) network, you can free download various files by its category or keyword searching.



3. Other stream video website such as video.yahoo, Myspace, etc. here is a list of free stream video website here is a guide to show you how to download stream video with vixy.net : Online FLV Converter : Download online videos direct to PC / iPod / PSP. It's free!
KeepVid: Download videos from Google, Youtube, iFilm, Putfile, Metacafe, DailyMotion!and Firefox.
step by step guide download free youtube, google, yahoo video to computer for free the download stream video is flv file, if the free online flv converter couldn’t deal with it, you can use trySUPERorAimersoft iPhone Video Converter, and they can convert flv video to any format you want.



4. Rip your own CD to MP3 for iPhone; iTunes can help you to do that. Install and run iTunes, click “Edit -> Preference -> Advanced -> importing tab” to change the “Import Using” to MP3 Encoder, you can also customize the audio bit rate here. Then click OK and put your CD into your disc drive, iTunes will automatically recognize that you’ve loaded a CD. Now you can either choose individual songs for import by checking only the tracks you want and un-checking all the rest (all songs are selected for import by default). Simply click the Import button on the upper right corner of iTunes and let the software do the job. All of the selected files will be encoded into MP3 digital music files and saved in your iTunes music directory by Artist and Album. (If you’re not sure where to locate your files, you can find out by going back to the “Edit -> Preferences -> Advanced tab”. Here you can see the default iTunes Music folder location.



Transfer music and video to iPhone You need iTunes version 7.30 or later to sync music and video to iPhone.
If you don’t have iTunes yet, you can download free from here.
http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/
If you already have iTunes, just create a play list; drag your music and video to the list (set your
iTunes to “manually manage music and video”), connect your iPhone to computer via USB cable, then click iTunes “File -> Sync iPhone”, Done.


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How The Iphone Will Change Movie And TV Viewing Forever

Unless you've been living in a cave, under a rock, or on the Dark Side of the Moon you know that on Friday June 29th Apple's new iPhone finally hit store shelves. Thousands of Apple and mobile phone fans waited in hundreds of lines for hours just for the privledge of dropping $499-$599 on the shiny new mobile phone/internet device/widescreen iPod. Analysts and tech geeks hailed the iPhone's arrival as a momentus event in the cell phone industry. I'm here to tell you that history will show the iPhone's release as one of the single biggest events in the history of independent filmmaking.

What, exactly, does the iPhone--a mobile phone/internet device/widescren iPod--have to do with indie filmmaking? Well, a lot. The movie download market must prepare for a great new phase as we look forward to more and more great devices capable of playing our content.


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For independent content to survive and thrive, it must move to new delivery devices like Apple TV, iPod and now the iPhone. Support for these new devices will lead to growth in the audience for indie content. Many "mainstream" consumers will not view indie films at screenings, festivals or DVD. The films are too hard to find, often barried in video rental store shelves or playing in small art house theaters. This has been the case for the past few decades. Once every five years there is a breakout hit--a Clerks or Blair Witch--that gives the indie community something to rally around. The independent movie press declare, "We've arrived. This is the 'Year of the Indie'". Just as quickly as these hits arise, the excitement dies down and the great content made in the aftermath gets lost in the shuffle.

Now, for what may truely be the first time, consumers will have in their hands a great portable media device. You may argue that the iPod with video or the PSP have existed for a few years. But, these are devices that most people do not *have* to carry at all times. These are "luxury" devices that we carry when we want to. Cell phones are vastly different. Most Americans now carry their cell phone at all times--to the gym, on the bus, walking through the mall, at the ball game. We always have our phones with us. Now that Apple has delivered "the best iPod ever built" (Apple's words) and snuck it inside a phone, we now have a captive audience that will always have viewing capability.

This is, or has the potential to be, huge. Just look no farther than the iPhone's home screen. Right there on that gorgious 3.5" screen is a direct link to everyone's favorite dancing-cats-meet-dancing-teenagers clip sharing site, YouTube. Think about that. Apple put YouTube directly on the home screen of their revolutionary new device. Now, this could be entirely motivated by a new advertisting or search revenue deal Apple has struck with Google. But even if it is, the fact that YouTube is on the home screen of the iPhone can not be ignored.
Apple believes in mobile entertainment. They created the iPod so that we all could enjoy all our music at any time or place. Now, we are closer than ever to that dream for video. The iPhone's 3.5" screen has a resolution higher than many computer monitors. It displays MPEG4 H.264 video beautifully--better than any portable device ever has. These quality features combined with the simple fact that people will actually have the device with them, lead to great market opportunities.

Of course, the iPhone is, for now, a niche device. It's high price tag mean that it won't be found in the hands of many teens or college students in the near future. But just as with all technology, the price will drop over time. The iPhone will also force other handset makers and cell providers to design better devices. Devices that compete with the iPhone. When this happens, consumers win.

HungryFlix.com is ready to help independent producers, filmmakers and musicians in this new distribution world. We believe that this new class of mobile devices will open the doors to great indie content. It is time to get onboard. There are hundreds of thousands of movie and music fans out there with new devices that are hungry for great content.

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Brian Andrews is an independent filmmaker and producer and CEO of http://www.hungryflix.com/, an online film distributor focused on new media.
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Saturday, July 14, 2007

Cool Video Games For Your iPhone




The Apple iPhone comes with a lot of cool stuff, but one thing that is noticeably missing from the feature set is a mobile game. Just about every cell phone hitting the market these days comes with some sort of Java-based video game, whether it be Snake, Bejeweled, or a trial version of Urban Asphalt. But not the iPhone. It's got nothing in that department.

If you're itching to get your video game fix on the iPhone, you can finally scratch that itch because a handful of websites have come to your rescue. None of them, as far as I can tell, actually install any games on the iPhone, but they grant you access to some basic web-based titles via the Safari web browser. Unfortunately, because the iPhone's Safari does not support Flash or full Java, you're stuck with some really basic Javascript-based games.

Check them out at iGiki, fun4iPhone, and MacMost. Naturally, these games can also be played on any Internet-connected computer (or Pocket PC).

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Friday, July 13, 2007

iphone carnival - July 13, 2007

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Mr. Besilly presents iPhone's Holy Healing Light posted at iPhone Savior, saying, "Believers endured long lines outside the Apple flagship store in New York City on Tuesday for their chance to bathe in the new iPhone's holy healing light."





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Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Just How Productive Can You Be With An iPhone? A Day In The Life Of A Former CrackBerry Addict

Eric Zeman
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This is the second half of my one-day miniseries on whether or not the iPhone leads to business productivity compared to a BlackBerry. Here is my take on how the iPhone does with the Internet versus the BlackBerry Pearl. Is it a waste of time, or a time saver?

As with everything, that depends a lot what sort of work you are doing. Most of what I do with the Internet during the day is reading, scanning RSS feeds and basically making sure my eyeballs see all the news that's occurring out in the world. Google plays a big role in that, and the ability to perform searches is key.



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First off, the Pearl and the iPhone I used both ran on the same network, which is to say AT&T's EDGE network. I can't say that either is super speedy for browsing. In fact, WAP sites on the Pearl often took as long to load as some full Web sites do in Safari. The little speed boost that AT&T gave its network on June 28th certainly improved browsing speeds for both devices. Here's the actual breakdown.

BlackBerry:

The browser is mediocre at best. It may be easy to launch from the BlackBerry home screen, but the controls are clunky if you ask me. The menus are not intuitive, and even with the QWERTY keyboard, pecking in URLs can be a pain in the neck, er, thumbs. I have found the best way to browse the mobile web it to create as many bookmarks as possible, which cuts down on the amount of actual typing you have to do. This is definitely effective for the Pearl, though accessing bookmarks takes a few steps.

Browsing speeds aside, though, most sites work well enough even if they don't look all that great. For sites that don't have WAP versions, the browser would attempt to recreate the entire page. With such a small screen, it led to a lot of scrolling around to see the content you wanted or needed. Navigating sites such as Craig's List were downright painful. The site that matters most to me, Google, loaded just fine and produced the results I needed it to, especially related to search.

But there are many sites that are simply not friendly to mobile devices. The bus company I use, for example, does not have a mobile site, and the regular site was completely unusable on the Pearl. This meant I couldn't check the bus schedule that I needed to find out when I could catch a ride home. I had to call the bus company instead, and they aren't that friendly to phone requests about bus schedules.

If you have a lot of forms-based Internet usage to do, it all depends on whether or not the forms are formatting for WAP browsers or full browsers. It can really be a mixed bag.

As a bare bones means of accessing the Web and certain information, the Pearl gets the job done adequately. There are definitely better browsers on mobile phones.

iPhone:

The iPhone is far and above superior at the Internet. I fully admit to eating some crow here, but the Internet experience is not that bad over the EDGE network. It compares to using the Pearl in terms of speed, but you get a much richer Internet. Bookmarks are simple to set up and use in the Safari browser. And you get the full version of Web pages. That makes a big difference.

Using the Safari browser, I was able to access and use my bus company's Web page and get the schedules I needed with out any problems. If you use the browser to sign into Gmail, you have access to some of the other Google services. I was able to get into Google Apps, for example, and see all my documents. I could open all of them, and perform searches with in the Apps environment, but once inside a document, you can't interact with it beyond reading what's in it. You can't enter text or compose new documents or make edits to documents. I was able to "share" documents with other users, though, which is helpful. I couldn't do any of that on the Pearl. Since I am a heavy user of Google services, ths works out really well and actually enhances my productivity quite a bit. But it would be better of I could edit the documents, even in a minor way. Other Google services, such as Blogger, didn't work.

For the one Web site I write for most, being able to see and access all of its features is a Godsend. On the Pearl, I could only reach the WAP version of the site. Now I can see all of it, and navigate and interact with the entire site from the iPhone. I can even pen posts from the iPhone. That also is a big productivity enhancer for me.

The large screen on the iPhone also goes a long way to making the experience a better one. Also being able to use the touch functionalities of the device itself to scroll around, and zoom in and out make navigating inside large Web sites far easier.

Conclusion:

The iPhone outstrips the Pearl's browser big time. It's not even a fair comparison, really. The iPhone is so much richer and more fully realized, that it makes me never want to browse WAP sites again. Having access to the full version of the Internet (albeit, without Flash and other animations) in a device so small really is useful beyond words. The speeds aren't as fast as some I've seen on EV-DO equipped smartphones, but both devices are handicapped similarly here.

If your work requires access to the (mostly) full version of the Internet, the iPhone works better than the Pearl.

For me, the end result between email and Internet is a tie. The cons of the poor email capability are negated by the amazing Internet abilities.

Does that mean I am going to keep the iPhone? I dunno yet. I have until Friday to make up my mind...

Apple iPhones VOIP: 10 applications that you can use

We've rounded up 10 of the best iPhone applications, many of which were developed at the iPhone Developer Camp in San Francisco this past weekend. App Marks web desktop/application launcher for the iPhone that organizes your favorite web applications, widgets, and sites. Simply tap an appmark to launch it or use the toolbar to rearrange, add, or remove appmarks. To add your own favorites, tap the "+" button and enter the title and URL. To remove appmarks, tap the "Edit" button and tap the red "-" marks. Tilt is a motion controlled game for the iPhone. To play simply rotate the phone to feed Flip who likes to eat falling leaves and butterflies. Uses the iPhone's accelerometer to change gameplay.


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iSleuth iPhone Javascript Client/Server application which allows use of a MacBook or iSight enabled Mac for surveillance purposes. Transmits images live to the iPhone. Auto-scales JPEG image on rotation, has a motion detection indicator, and a phone Number link dials destination in an emergency.

gOffice Basic word processor for the iPhone. Can save files and exports items in Microsoft Word (.doc) format. You can email results to your iPhone or others and use a pre-built library of common letters to reduce typing. You can also send docs by US postal mail, worldwide.

Telekinesis Actually a Mac OS X application, allows you to remotely access your Mac through a collection of mini web apps on your phone. Allows screen capture with mouse click and basic typing support, simple iTunes Remote control, ability to browse your files and Sight image capture

Gas.app Lets you to find the cheapest gas prices in your area. Offers Google Maps integration for driving directions and also lets you view diesel prices.

JiveTalk IM client for the iPhone that closely resembles iChat, allows for multiple conversations and shows away/status messages. Currently available to the public as an open alpha, and free to use.

Movies.app Allows you to search for movies in your zip code and provides basic movie information, including length and rating. Also integrates with the Google Maps application to get directions to the theater, provides a link to buy tickets, and also includes links to trailers for the movies.

AddFone.com Search engine for iPhone related applications. Contains almost 250 apps, and has the capability of allowing the user to perform powerful searches using boolean expressions (mySQL fulltext style) and add its own links to the engine.

TadaList Organizer and task management built by 37Sginals and now optimized for the iPhone. Allows you to share your lists with friends, family, spouses, collaborators, co-workers, or keep them to yourself. Also works inorks in the most popular web browsers (IE 6/7, Firefox 2, and Safari 2) on the Mac and PC.

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

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By STAFF REPORTS
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Published on: 07/10/07

Fresh off the launch of its much-hyped iPhone, Apple may be preparing to offer a less expensive version that could be used with several wireless carriers, a telecommunications industry analyst says.

JP Morgan Chase analyst Kevin Chang said the new model could sell for less than $300, according to reports by Bloomberg News and MarketWatch. He based his speculation on patents filed by Apple and unidentified component suppliers, the reports said.

Sales of the new model, to be based on Apple's iPod Nano music player, could start by the fourth quarter, Chang said.

The new device likely would be controlled by a scroll wheel similar to those used by iPod, and it would have more limited functions and Web browsing capabilities, according to the reports.

Fewer functions would enable Apple to sell the handset to more carriers, the reports said. The iPhone, priced at $499 or $599, is currently sold only with AT&T wireless plans.

Subsidies by carriers could push the price of the smaller model to as low as $99, Chang told Bloomberg News.

Saturday, July 7, 2007

apple iphone carnival - July 6, 2007

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Andrew Ian Dodge presents iPhone first impressions posted at Dodgeblogium.


Martin presents Are the iPhoneless Different from the iPhoney? posted at TotalDismay.com, saying, "iPonder what it means to be without the must have device."


James Wong presents iphone?s Smashing Success! posted at Online-ebiz.


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Monday, July 2, 2007

Iphone Accessories - Belkin Introduces iPhone Cases, Accessories

Belkin Introduces iPhone Cases, Accessories

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Belkin on Monday introduced new cases and accessories for the iPhone, including an acrylic case, sport armband and more. Prices range from $10.95 to $29.99.

Accessories include the Headphone Adapter, which enables you to connect 3.5mm stereo headphones to the iPhone. It’s compatible with Belkin’s new iPhone cases. A stereo cable to connect the iPhone to an entertainment system is also available for $14.99. It includes a 3.5mm to RCA plug, 7-foot cable and color-coded connectors. The mini-stereo plug is $19.99 and includes a 3.5mm to 3.5 mm plug and 6-foot cable.

The $29.99 sport armband is machine washable, and includes a pocket for a key or earbud storage. The $29.99 slim-fit case is made of leather and includes a remvable belt clip. The case lets you remove your iPhone through a mesh base and it features a padded exterior. The $29.99 acrylic case for iPhone is a hard, acrylic case that provides full access to hard keys, ports and the screen, and features a belt clip that transforms into a kickstand for video viewing.

Iphone Problems - iPhone Launch Marred by Activation Delays

iPhone Launch Marred by Activation Delays

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Apple Inc.'s iPhone launch has been marred by delays in AT&T Corp.'s phone activation system, leaving some people unable to use their new toy throughout the weekend.

People who buy the iPhone, which went on sale in the U.S. Friday evening, are required to activate it through Apple's iTunes software on their home computer. They choose a rate plan, authorize their credit card number and the phone should be activated soon after.

Apple has said the process should take only a few minutes for people being assigned a new phone number, and "up to six hours" for people transferring a number from another operator. But for some the wait has been much longer, according to postings on Apple's iPhone message board and elsewhere.

"It has now been 48 hours and my iPhone is still the prettiest paperweight I own," wrote one frustrated user.

"Nightmare indeed," said another. "I've been waiting 11+ hours now. I got the phone after a somewhat reasonable one-hour wait at the Albany, NY store, then spent 4+ hours talking to AT&T and Apple trying to get the thing activated."

Others said their phone was activated in a matter of minutes.

AT&T was not available to comment in Europe on Monday morning, and Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

An AT&T spokesman told the Wall Street Journal newspaper that most activations were occurring in a few minutes, and that the operator was working to fix the remaining issues. An unnamed source told the paper that about 2 percent of users were being affected.

The delays cast a shadow over what appears -- so far -- to have been an otherwise successful launch of the iPhone. The device sells for US$500 or $600 depending on the amount of memory on board, plus an activation fee and the cost of the service plan from AT&T, which for now has exclusive distribution rights for the iPhone in the U.S.

When people buy a new cell phone the device is usually activated in the shop where they buy it. Apple and AT&T had billed the self-activation process as "another example of how AT&T and Apple have partnered to bring innovative new features to our customers."

Opinions were divided as to where to lay blame. An iPhone buyer who claimed to work for AT&T said in a message posting that delays were inevitable and not the fault of either company. Thousands were trying to activate their new phone simultaneously over the weekend, the person noted, and the activation requests were lining up at AT&T's network switches "like 30,000 or so people throwing basketballs at one hoop and hoping to make it in."

Others said AT&T should have lined up additional capacity for the activations.

Some said they expected the problems to be ironed out by next week and the incident to be forgotten.

"Activation is going to happen eventually. Why did you invest so much of your time and energy in this?" one person wrote on Apple's board. "Life is too short to worry about this type of thing."

There were some other gripes about the iPhone, although it was hard to tell how widespread issues are. Several users complained that the phone's iPod function stopped playing music when they used it as the same time as the Safari Web browser or Google Maps. Others complained of a bug that caused the e-mails they sent via GMail to appear in their inbox.

Other users, including a person who responded to a posting on the iPhoneFAQ.org Web, said they were unable to transfer an AT&T business account to their iPhone, and were told they would have to start a new, individual account.
http://www.pcworld.com/article/id,133656-c,iphone/article.html

Iphone Availability - Dealers Resent Snub By Apple At iPhone Launch

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Jul. 2, 2007

NEW YORK -- As leading consumer electronics retailers find themselves excluded from the launch of one of the most anticipated CE products in recent memory, namely, the Apple iPhone, several have a message for Steve Jobs -- "Why not us?"

Many say that their customers are already asking for the iPhone, unaware that the product launched exclusively through Apple's stores and AT&T's nearly 1,800 stores (formerly Cingular stores) and AT&T's direct-mail operations.

The snub by Apple is even more painful for CE dealers who also sell AT&T cellular phones.

J&R Music World, New York, a long-time Apple dealer, said, "This is a product J&R is interested in as both an Apple and AT&T dealer. We think we can do a good job with it. Our customers have expressed a great deal of interest in the product," noted a spokesman.

Datavision, New York, said it sells 5,000 MP3 players a month and its customers are asking for the iPhone. The store said it could sell 2,000 or more units at launch if it were given full inventory.

Many of the leading CE dealers built reputations on being the first to stock and demonstrate new technology and some wondered why select CE dealers, particularly those who are also AT&T dealers, were not included in the launch.

"We're the guys that sell the 103-inch Plasma TV from Panasonic. (NYSE:MC) We were one of the first retailers to carry Sonos. We have the know-how and customer base to sell the iPhone," said Tom Galanis, merchandising VP for 6th Avenue Electronics, Springfield, N.J. He added, "A cellphone store is a cellphone store. My feeling is they are shooting themselves in the foot ... Apple would be better served by picking a few higher-end retailers that have a track record of selling high-end technology."

Amazon.com also noted that its strength is in selling to customers seeking the bleeding edge. "Amazon has eager, early-adopter customers who are very interested in new technology. And we've seen through many of the high-end electronics we've introduced over the years, including cameras and MP3 players, that our customers are very interested in new products and trends," said Noah Hershman, audio/video director.

Galanis said customers with home networks would like to work through the store to add the iPhone. "We sell elaborate home networks and people view their homes or their kids with the babysitter when they are out to dinner. Because of the iPhone's large screen, it works fine with that application, and our customers want to put it on the network."

He called the iPhone "an incredible piece of equipment."

Leading CE retailers said they are repeatedly calling their Apple contacts only to be told that there is no time frame for opening distribution to traditional retailers. Only one retailer said he was told distribution would open in six months.

Apple did not respond to a TWICE inquiry.

The iPhone is a $499 to $599 smartphone/iPod that has no keypad but uses a touch-sensitive screen. It allows Web browsing including Google, Yahoo (NASDAQ:YHOO) ! and YouTube searches. Users can read Web pages while downloading email in the background over Wi-Fi or EDGE. The iPhone also provides access to information such as traffic and map directions.
http://money.cnn.com/news/newsfeeds/articles/newstex/RBI-0085-17867104.htm

 

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