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BREAKING NEWS: The iPhone 4G (really)

You know that supposed “iPhone” that was found in a bar recently? While everyone was chewing the fat, making arguments for or against its authenticity, Gizmodo cracked it open and peeked inside. And you know what? It appears that we can take the quote marks off now. According to the site, that new iPhone 4G/HD (or whatever they wind up calling it) is…

iPad 3G shipping on May 7th (Update: Now April 30th)

Since the WiFi only tablet was released a few weeks ago, many of us have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of the 3G version. Despite the hefty price increase between the WiFi and 3G versions it’s still getting quite a lot of interest. Jobs confirmed that the as yet unreleased model will be starting to ship in the US on the 7th of next month. They will be…

Is this the new iPhone?

You wanted more information about the new iPhone, well Engadget is feeding our curiosity. There have been many rumors as to what the phone will look like and what the new iPhone will do for us. In this installment we take a look at what could possibly be a prototype of the new iPhone that was “misplaced” in a San Jose night club. . . As you can clearly…

No June holiday for “Big Blue” workers – for iPhone 4G release?

So plenty of places across the virtual plains of online news are reporting that AT&T are blocking holidays for June this year. More than likely, in fact it’s pretty much certain this is due to the impending release of the long anticipated iPhone 4G. Could this then mean that the iPhone is going to be released in June? What’s Apple’s angle here? Will…

Listen in on cops, NASA for $0 with iScanner app (Sunday only)

There’s a particular subset of Americana that enjoys tuning into frequencies for law enforcement and emergency response units. Those with iPhones, iPod Touches or iPads know there plenty of apps that satisfy this penchant for real-life drama, like Police Scanner, Emergency Radio and 5-0 Radio. (Links launch iTunes.) But if you want more than the inner…

iPhone 4.0 beta OS jailbroken – developers only!

Are you still stuck with your 3.1.2 OS on your jailbroken iPhone? More importantly are you worried that you will never be able to upgrade to 3.1.3 or 4.0 when it becomes available? Never fear, developers have found a loop hole – again. Gizmodo delivers us the newest episode of “As the Apple turns.” Today we learn that developers have created a…

The iPhone 3G CAN multitask

So Apple claims the iPhone 3G’s processor will not be able to handle multitasking. After this video popped up on YouTube, we should be asking: Is Apple just holding back? As my grandfather would say, the proof is in the pudding! We got a lead from a TiP reader about this video, which shows us that multitasking via iPhone 4.0 can run on the iPhone 3G….

Make your iPad cool – Part 2

The iPad has been out for a couple of weeks now, and the accessories are really starting to pick up steam. This week we continue with accessories that have some major eye appeal. In case you missed part 1, you can check it out here. With this final installment, I will cover iPad cases that I have found most eye appealing for my soon-to-be device. I have…

iPad Apps: Multitasking, drawing apps, ABC Player/Netflix

Looking for some info on what to load up for that new iPad? Our mother ship, PhoneDog.com, has posted a few reviews on apps, so if you’re interested in checking out some of Editor-in-Chief Noah Kravitz’s latest forays into tablet mania, check below for the snippets (and click on the links to read the full reviews): . iPad App Review: Multitasking…

Sprint reveals… an iPad case?

When it comes to carriers, there’s a trend here in regards to the iPad: If you can’t beat ’em or partner with ’em, then join ’em. Sprint has just unveiled its own iPad case. That’s kind of weird, when you realize that the nation’s #3 carrier doesn’t sell the iPad, and that the 3G version of the device isn’t even compatible with its…

VID: App Review — Opera Mini

The Opera Mini web browser, which was only submitted to Apple on March 23rd and went live this week, has already hit more than a million downloads (at 1,023,380) and hit number one on app stores all over the world. So what is the deal with this app? Can it really 6x faster than Safari? And what’s the interface like? Daniel checks out a few features,…