iphone 4 vs iphone 3g

Here is iPhone 3GS compared to the new iPhone 4, side by side.


Here is a beginners tutorial for those newbies who would like to create iPhone web apps using iWebKit.


iWebKitiWebKit is a free framework package for creating websites and applications that are optimized for the iPod Touch, iPhone & iPad. Check out the demo page.

iPhone simulator – which is available in the SDK to get an idea of where your design is heading.

Idea is to create the skeleton of the web app, then style is to the iPhone using CSS. And in the end, you will get something like the image below. You can read the full tutorial here.

iphone web app iwebkit

You can read the full tutorial here.


Turn your iPhone into an iPad!

February 6, 2010

Why to wait many months to put your hands on the amazing iPad? With this new amazing add-on product, you can turn your iPhone (or iPod Touch) into an iPad instantly! Thanks to Metin from SevensHeaven for such an invention.

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New iPhone wallpapers

February 6, 2010

New iPhone wallpapers added to our gallery, take a look, they rock!

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How to transfer photos and contacts between iPhones

June 5, 2009

Transferring photos or contacts through iPhones (or iPod Touchs, too) made as easy as dealing cards with a cool app called Mover. All you need is an wi-fi network and other device(s) running the app. The best part is, all this coolness is for free… Kudos for guys at infinite labs. Features No pairing needed. [...]

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Keep Track of Your Personal Finance on iPhone with PocketMoney

May 29, 2009

At these harsh times what may be more reasonable than keeping track of your expenses and incomes on your iPhone? This clever app PocketMoney quite excels at this task, with its quick and easy usage. Some features Along with the obvious, you have these extras with PocketMoney; Auto-completion lets you easily enter repeated transactions Reporting, [...]

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Scan barcodes with your iPhone

May 27, 2009

Have you ever found yourself daydreaming on holding that laser-beam-spreading, jedi-gun-like gadget of cashiers in your hand, trying to scan everything around? Or wanted to add some books to your “TO READ” list but felt too lazy to write its paragraph-like title on your notepad? Well,we promise that you’ll like this app, and the feeling [...]

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A great game for iPhone: ZenBound

April 20, 2009

Zen Bound is part of a trend of iPhone applications which aim to relax the user. It is a very relaxing and engaging game, which is basically about wrapping ropes about objects in such a way to cover them completely. Something to be enjoyed at a slow pace: a game where a high score is [...]

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Gmail updated for Android and iPhone

April 8, 2009

Google has released a new version of Gmail mobile which works with iPhones and Androids. It is said to be much faster because it makes use of the local storage that the iPhone browser offers. You can also access your emails without a connection. A new feature, “floaty numberswiki.com bar” lets you do common actions [...]

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AT&T updates and retracts new Terms of Service

April 4, 2009

Yesterday AT&T released much stricter new terms to its data plan terms of service, namely: downloading movies using P2P file sharing services, customer initiated redirection of television or other video or audio signals via any technology from a fixed location to a mobile device, web broadcasting, and… any applications that tether the device… to Personal [...]

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