UPDATED: At&t ‘s G3 Coverage Area – Not exactly nationwide

Before you go off and plop down that $199 (and an extra $10 a month for 3G service) on the new iPhone, you might want to make sure that 3G is available in your area. If not, you’ll still be using Edge – and paying extra for the privilege. Update: According to At&t tech support Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 283 – Snow Leopard, Free iPhones, and More!

podcast sponsor link:Click Here to check out Audible! Today’s Show: Snow Leopard, Free iPhones, and more! You can subscribe via iTunes, or by RSS feed, or… you can listen to the episode right here: right here In addition to that, you can also download the Apple Gazette Daily Widget and listen to every episode of Read more…

O2 to offer FREE iPhone 3G with select plans

UK residents have something to smile about today, because O2 has announced that with certain plans, they will be giving the iPhone 3G away. A new £45 per month contract will net you an 8GB iPhone for free, or a 16GB version can be yours at no cost for a £59 plan. A £75 per Read more…

VIDEO: Mahalo Daily’s WWDC Keynote in 60 Seconds

Mahalo Daily, a daily video podcast about a variety of topics, has put together a 60 second version of the WWDC 2008 Keynote. Sure, it skips all the third party apps, but it does cover the two big reveals at the Keynote – MobileMe, and the iPhone 3G. Take a look… Read more…

Thoughts on the WWDC 2008 Keynote

Yesterday was a very interesting day for a number of reasons. I am still shocked to see Apple go the “Snow Leopard” route. I think that’s a terrible move on their part – although I am glad to see that, so far, there has been no mention of that being Intel only. I was also Read more…

Apple no longer receiving monthly revenue from At&t

At&t announced to investors today on their “iPhone 3G Conference Call” revealed that their deal with Apple has changed, and as a result, Apple will no longer be receiving monthly revenue from iPhone subscriptions. This could have a big impact on the future of the iPhone. Currently, iPhone users get updates to their software for Read more…

Apple releases “Snow Leopard” details

Apple today announced that at least some of the rumors started by TUAW are true. The next version of OSX will be called “Snow Leopard”, and it will not showcase any new features. “We have delivered more than a thousand new features to OS X in just seven years and Snow Leopard lays the foundation Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 282 – WWDC 2008 Keynote Recap!

podcast sponsor link:Click Here to check out Audible! Today’s Show: WWDC 2008 Keynote Recap! You can subscribe via iTunes, or by RSS feed, or… you can listen to the episode right here: right here In addition to that, you can also download the Apple Gazette Daily Widget and listen to every episode of the show Read more…

Video: iPhone 3G Ad

Apple released the iPhone 3G commercial directly after the Keynote on Tuesday. You can click here to check it out on Apple’s official site. The ad depicts two guards carrying a metal case while a narrator explains that this is the first phone to finally out-do the iPhone. “Twice the speed at half the price”. Read more…

Apple Press Release Round-up: iPhone 3G, SDK downloads, 250k, Mobile Me

After the 2008 WWDC keynote Apple sent out a variety of press releases including officially announcing the iPhone 3G, and Mobile Me Internet Services. Apple also released over a dozen press releases announcing new countries that will have the iPhone and when they will be announced. You can check them all out right here. Read more…