Check out this video demo of the original iPhone prototype featuring an iPod-like click wheel interface running Acorn OS.
There are a number apps which allows us to upload our videos to Facebook via an iPhone or iPod touch. But a native option for this which is built right in to the OS will be something that we all will love to have. According to a piece of code found in iOS 4 GM candidate, it looks like that built-in Photos/Camera Roll app will most probably support uploading of videos directly to Facebook, alongside the existing YouTube, MobileMe, MMS and Email Video options.
Apple has made iPhone OS 4 Beta 4 available for developers at the Apple Dev Center portal. This new Beta brings lots of cool new features over the last Beta 3 release. Here’s a list of all the features new in iPhone OS 4 Beta 4.
Apple has just released Beta 4 of iPhone OS 4 for developers, along with a new version of SDK for both iPhone and iPod touch. Only members enrolled in the iPhone Developer Standard or Enterprise Program can access these bits of iPhone OS 4 and SDK by signing into Apple Developer Connection.
Beta 3 of iPhone OS 4 for developers is now out!, along with an updated version of SDK for iPhone and iPod touch. Only members enrolled in the iPhone Developer Standard or Enterprise Program can access these bits of iPhone OS 4 and SDK by signing into Apple Developer Connection.
Last time we wrote about “Android on iPhone” bits was when hackers had successfully ported Android to an iPhone 2G. We also posted a complete step by step guide on how to install it on a jailbroken 2G. But the problem was that it was only for the iPhone 2G, not for the 3G version which is more widely used now than the original iPhone EDGE model.
Apple has published a new article which warns iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users against unauthorized modification of iPhone OS which can result in instability, disruption of services and other issues. This is how Apple explains it in the article.
We just informed you about the official confirmation of iPhone 4.0 by Apple and look what has just popped up over at Engadget. They have been tipped by a developer from PixelCUBE Studios – a firm which holds the number one spot in iTunes list of free app, who has spotted not one or two, but three difference versions of iPhone OS 4.x running on different iDevices: iPhone 4.1, 4.0.1 and 4.0.