Brian Osborne: For me personally, it comes down to the fact that I want to simplify my life when it comes to my smartphone. I prefer the hardware and the OS to be created by the same company because logically the performance should be better. I also prefer not to have to wait for applications to come out–I’d like to get them on the iPhone first. Via geek.com.
New iPhone commercial showing with both AT&T and Verizon:
Well it’s about friggin’ time, and here’s how to enable MMS on your iPhone 3G or 3GS (sorry first-gen iPhones): Connect your iPhone to your computer. Open iTunes and click on your iPhone in the devices list. Click check for updates. Install the new update. When the install and syncing finishes, reboot your iPhone. Tap on Messages. Your iPhone will now have a small camera icon next to the text field. Viola, You’re done!
The iPhone 3GS is fast, much faster then it’s predecessor. Whether your iPhone is taking the extra second to recognize a button click or has long loading times, here are a few tips and tricks to help speed up your iPhone: - Leave free space. Leaving around 750MB of free space allows the iPhone to create more virtual memory. - Less Email! Email downloading in the background is the number one cause of my iPhone slowness. Under settings you’ll be able to show less
Ladyada.net: This project details a small & simple, but very powerful USB charger for your mp3 player, camera, cell phone, and just about any other gadget you can plug into a USB port to charge! (See below for compatibility tests) The charger circuitry and 2 AA batteries fit into an Altoids gum tin, and will run your iPod for hours! I plan on making mine sometime this week. How about you? MintyBoost