The iPhone is absolutely important to Apple

Reports has it that the iPhone accounts for 18.5% of sales revenue in its 2009 fiscal year. The iPhone is easing Apple’s dependence on iPod which accounts for 28.2% sales and Mac which accounts for 44% in 2008. Sales of music, video and apps through iTunes accounts for 11% of total sales in 2009, this is up from 10.3% in 2008. These are great sums and it shows that the iPhone is growing continusly and Apple seem…

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Apple Tablet rumours resurface

Well the rumours of apple plans to release a tablet device have resurface, this one just doesn’t seem to be disappearing, and now its even more hotted up. There is reports of a small slip from New york Times executive editor Bill Keller, who apparently had meeting with Steve Jobs and is team regarding digital publications of newspapers

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Whats your favourite application on the iPhone?

iPhone owners love there iPhone, that’s a fact. They also love the applications that is widely available for it. Most people put there favourite applications on the first page of there springboard, which makes sense, because they will be easily accessible. Leave us a comment telling us what your favourite application is and why. [Posted with iBlogger from my iPhone]

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Tesco releases iPhone App

One of the huge retail supermarket in the UK has release an application for the iPhone call Tesco finder. The application locates your nearest store and help you get there through the iPhone’s map, or you can simply type in a twn or city name and the application will list all Tesco branches in ad around that location. When a branch is selected from the results, you will be able to read its full address,…

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Dev-Team Releases PwnageTool 3.1.4

We were expecting this from all the updates we’ve been reading for a few days now, the Dev-Team has release PwnageTool 3.1.4 for Mac OSX which supports the 3.1.2 release of the iphone firmware for 3G/3GS and iPod Touch 1G/2G. Below is a snippet of the update but you can see the full post HERE. Pwnage Pie Here are some details on our latest version of PwnageTool 3.1.4 for Mac OS X this supports the 3.1.2 release of…

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Man wanted a shot at iPhone

We all have had the days when problems with our iPhone drive us so mad we feel that we could through it out the window. Well one man obviously had enough. According to ifoAppleStore a man turned up at a cincinatti apple store approached a customer assistant and during the conversation allegedly said he was so mad at the iPhone he could pop a 9mm at it. According to police Mr. Goodrich then said ‘I’ll…

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Competition in the UK iPhone market

Vodafone UK seems to be on the band wagon too, only just after announcement from Orange UK, Vodafone says they too will be selling the iPhone in 2010. This is great because at least they will be some competition in the UK market, people will be able to choose the right contract with the amazing gadget. There is no announcement on price nor when they will officially start selling the iPhone, but we will keep…

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Interesting research by UK mobile operator o2

Here in the UK the traditional closing time of pubs and bars are between 10pm and 11pm(crazy fellows we are, arnt we?). According to a pulse survey data published by the o2, they have detected a surge in the use of there mobile internet services during these times. Apparantly email, news headline reading and social networking are the top activities of the drunken rebellers.

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Mobile Navigator Update: Live Traffic

The makers of the app Mobile Navigator, Navigon, will be announcing a live traffic feature tomorrow, that is due to come out in October. This update will only be for the North American version of the software. They have already release a update early this month ‘text to speech’ which puts them ahead of all the iPhone navigation software on the app store.

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