30 Days of iPhone – Day 17 – “The Big Four”

Now that I’ve had a few weeks to play with them, I think it’s time to take a look at the “big four” applications on the iPhone. the Phone App, the Email App, Safari, and the iPod App. Phone – To me, the Phone App is classic Apple design. Either you’re in love with it, Read more…

YouTube Find: Classic Macintosh Ad

Nothing revolutionary here, just an old Apple ad that shows the company has pretty much been doing the “PC vs. Mac” ads since the beginning…they just have people in them and are funny now…but really, other than that, this ad is pretty darn similar in concept to the current ads airing everywhere. Read more…

BigBanana.TV makes Tempe Video releases available for AppleTV, iPod, and iPhone

Sometimes I get surprising press releases in my inbox. Last night was one of those surprises. Big Banana, for those of you that don’t know, is a distributor of online movies and video. Like most online indy companies, Big Banana started with public domain classics that you could download to your Apple device of choice. Read more…

Get Ready for all the “iPhone Fails” reports…

At&t issued initial subscriber numbers for the first two days of iPhone sales with 146,000 registered activations…which were well below the estimated number of units sold, that analysts the world over pulled out of their rears. We saw some analysts say that Apple and At&t sold as many as 500,000 + iPhones in the first Read more…

Take a Look at the Apple Bluetooth Headset for iPhone

If you’re wondering just how the Apple Bluetooth Headset will size up to the iPhone, a Flickr user has some unboxing pics of the hard to find device. I’ve never been one for Bluetooth headsets, but I do like the slim nature of this one. They all look too bulky and Borg-like. This one looks Read more…

“Wireless” iPod Shuffle headphones

Arrivas has released some new headphones that work with your ipod shuffle and effectively make it “wireless”. Basically they wrap around your head in a sort of zig-zag pattern with the shuffle plugging in at the back of your head. There is something incredibly creepy about these things to me…probably because of the plugging in Read more…

Reader Feedback Request: Podcast Formatting

I’m looking for some feedback on the format and length of the Apple Gazette Podcast. Let me know what you think. The response to this poll will definitely affect the overall show… Take the poll Free Poll by Blog Flux Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily Episode 86 is LIVE!

New iPod UI possibly revealed, iPhone Battery tips, and more You can subscribe via iTunes, or by RSS feed, or… you can directly download the episode right here. In addition to that, you should be able to play every episode of the podcast directly in your browser by using the widget which is now located Read more…

30 Days of iPhone – Day 16 – 5 Fun and/or useful iPhone Applications

The iPhone has some great built-in applications, but the surge of web apps even in these early days, is very interesting. Most of the things calling themselves “Apps” are little more than websites reformatted for the iPhone, but there are a few programs out there that are actually nice iPhone-like applications or interfaces. Here are Read more…

Hey are you one of those idiots that tried to sell an iPhone on Ebay? This lady was…

A reporter for the Mercury News published an article today describing her experience attempting to sell and iPhone on Ebay for profit. The fact that people even attempted this just blows my mind. Now, those guys that decided to stand in line to buy up the iPhones then sell them on Ebay – while I Read more…