Hidden Widgets References in iPhone

Apple may have had plans for other widgets built into the iPhone.

References to 4 unused Widget names in the "LocalizedApplicationNames.strings" file raise some possibilities.

  • key: com.apple.widget.translation
    string: Translator
  • key: com.apple.unitconverter
    string: Converter
  • key: com.apple.widget.phonebook
    string: Business
  • key: com.apple.mobile.radio
    string: Radio


iphoneDrive - keep your files on your phone


Just one more thing your iPhone does. iPhoneDrive lets you use your iPhone for file storage, ensuring that you always have your important data with you.

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Apple plans Nano based phone

Apple plans to launch a cheaper version of the iPhone in the fourth quarter that could be based on the ultra-slim iPod Nano music player, according to a JP Morgan report.

Kevin Chang, a JP Morgan analyst based in Taiwan, cited people in the supply channel that he did not name and an application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark office for his report.

Apple filed a patent application document that refers to a multifunctional handheld device with a circular touch pad control, similar to the Nano’s scroll wheel.

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virtual iphone @ Mister wong

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The social bookmarking service "Mister Wong" build up a simulation how to surf through all your shared bookmarks.

If you have already an iphone go to the url http://iphone.mister-wong.mobi to use this service.

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custom colored iPhones

colored iphone

Send your iPhone in to have it done post-purchase will cost you $149. If you want to purchase a brand new iPhone straight from Colorware with their services already pre-applied, simply tack on that $149 to the original price of either iPhone model, resulting in $649 for a colorized 4GB iPhone or a whopping $749 for the 8GB model. While those prices could easily induce dizziness, the potential for 'exclusive iPhone design!' sales on eBay once you decide to upgrade to the iPhone 2.0 could sober you right back up.



Hello World

One step closer: Last night, it was posted on the iPhone dev wiki that a hacker named "Nightwatch" had compiled and launched a Hello World application, the first nonstandard application to run on the iPhone. He did this by using a project of his called the ARM/Mach-O Toolchain, which is "being refined and tested" and "should be released as soon as possible."

via tuaw.com


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Apple Newton Messagepad 2000 with Apple iPhone

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iPhone vs. Nokia N95 and N800