Opinion: Is the iPod Touch a Mistake?

Now wait…put the torches down, and just listen to me for a second here…. I’ve been thinking about the iPod Touch recently, explaining it to people (as I often find myself doing in regards to Apple products), and I’m beginning to think this thing is a mistake. Now, I don’t mean the idea of a Read more…

Free iPhone Software Only Unlock Now Available

Gizmodo is hosting iUnlock, a free, open source application that makes it possible to unlock your iPhone using only software, so that it will work with any compatible carrier. For our non-US readers, I would still like to advise caution. Gizmodo will have a full tutorial on how to do this soon, but there is Read more…

Got $100,000? Want to buy Woz’s car?

If you have an extra $100,000 laying around and would like to buy a 2005 Nissan 350Z Anniversary Edition, why not buy Woz’s? It’s up for sale. To promote the car sale, Woz and friends even posted a video commercial parody of his old Datsun commerical. The reason for the sale is to donate the Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 117 – Software updates, iPhone info and More

More iPhone news, software updates, 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 in the side Read more…

Fox isn’t leaving iTunes – They just want you to know that, we didn’t ask or anything

Fox wants us to know that even though they don’t sell what would surely be there biggest sellers in iTunes (you know, The Simpsons, Family Guy…), and even though it’s nose deep in the soon to fail Hulu.com, that they are not leaving iTunes anytime soon. President and chief operating officer of News Corp, Peter Read more…

Inside the iPod Classic and iPod Nano

If you like looking at iPod guts, you’ll want to take a look at this article from Apple Insider. They have a complete gallery pictures for your viewing pleasure. First, they take the Nano apart piece by piece. Followed by the iPod Classic. Horriying…just horrifying. The tear down is via iFixit, a third party Apple Read more…

YouTube Find: Avoid iPhone Roaming by removing the Sim Card

If you’re planning to travel internationally, and want to keep using the iPod/Web/Wi-Fi features of your iPhone intact without incurring those thousands of dollars in roaming fees “by accident” that we keep hearing about, this quick video will show you exactly how to do it. Read more…

Are there TOO many iPod Choices?

I’ve been thinking about since the Special Event last week, and I can’t seem to shake the feeling that there are just too many iPods out there to choose from. When the line was just iPods, Nanos, and Shuffles it was easier. There was still a lot of choice, but those choices were very clear. Read more…

Euro .Mac Users – Is your .Mac Service running slow?

MacNN is reporting that European .Mac users are noticing a crippling of downloads from iWeb websites as well as images from the .Mac Web Galleries. Being in the US, I can’t test it for myself, but I can say that I’m not seeing that kind of problem here. I know we have a large Euro Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 116 – All kinds of iPhone Goodness

It’s all about the iPhone today as we discuss a variety of stories about the device. 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 Read more…