iPhone 3G’s 3rd sensor revealed

It was widely rumored before the announcement of the 3G iPhone that there was a third sensor on the front of the device. MacNN has confirmed that that is – in fact – true. The new 3rd sensor is an additional proximity sensor designed to help improve face-detection functionality. The sensors are located together in […]

The true cost of iPhones vs. other mobile devices

Gizmodo has put together a great comparison on the cost of the iPhone vs. other mobile devices. It makes it clear that your cheapest option is the original iPhone. Users who are thinking of upgrading will have to decide if 3G is worth the extra $160 over two years that it will cost to upgrade. […]

App Store to launch on July 11th, 2008

There are reports going around that the iPhone 2.0 software will drop on June 27th because of info obtained from the Australian Apple website; in spite of word from Apple that we would see an “early July” release of the software. After speaking directly to someone “close to the project” today, I can confirm that […]

Apple documentation states “Snow Leopard” is Intel Only

/> A screen capture of the PDF-based requirements document included on the Snow Leopard disc has surfaced online, and the documentation states that in order to install Snow Leopard, developers must have a Mac computer with an “Intel Processor” and at minimum 512MB of RAM. Now, its always possible that this document could be faked, […]

The dramatic weight-loss of Steve Jobs

My pal over at Macenstein posted a look at Steve Jobs, comparing an image from the Macworld 2008 Keynote to the WWDC 2008 Keynote. It shows a dramatic weight-loss on Steve’s part, and it certainly calls into question his health. but to really drive the point home, I went back to WWDC 2007 and grabbed […]