Just in case you were about to give Adobe full credit for realising flash on a phone is a janky, unstable, and generally unpleasant experience, here comes Steve Jobs for some posthumous accolades: Adobe says iOS rejection killed Flash.
Even as frustrated iPhone owners complain that Apple's iOS 5.01 update didn't actually fix problems with the iPhone battery life, users are reporting a whole string of new complaints against the iPhone 4S and the new update. Will it ever stop?
When iFixit originally tore down the iPhone 4S, they discovered a sensor whose function they were unsure of. Now they've determined that it's an infrared sensor tasked with activating Siri when the phone is held up to your ear. Could it be the reason why Siri is a 4S exclusive?
I love Cyborg Vision, an augmented reality app that recognises your Facebook friends' faces and overlays their information like the vision of the Cyberdyne Systems Model 101 Series 800. Yes, this 69p app gives you Terminator's vision.
Apple's pretty proud of its App Store approval system. Too bad security hacker Charlie Miller found a code-signing flaw that allows good apps to go bad. Here's how an app downloaded from the App Store could become a malware threat.
We think we might have a problem. Each time we boot up a game by Kairosoft, all plans for the rest of the day are completely derailed. Oh! Edo Towns is no exception, a village-building simulator whose cute veneer will ensnare you in a dizzying spiral of helpless addiction. We're thinking of starting a support group.
Judging from a 29-page thread brewing on the Apple support forums over the past few weeks, the iPhone 4S is suffering from a glitch where outbound calls have no audio coming from the earpiece. And the problem is affecting people on all networks.
It's phone upgrading season, and if you're industrious, you might be looking to sell your phone on eBay or pass it on to your snot-mouthed little brother. Whatever, it's going; it's gone; fare thee well, you old piece of junk!
According to MG Siegler, Google has submitted an official Gmail app to the iOS App Store for approval, which would finally bring some of Gmail's more awesome features to iPhone (and hopefully iPad) users.
You know the one thing missing from your morning commute? Karaoke. Obviously. With the Red Karaoke App, you'll be able to share your awesome renditions of Mariah Carey classics with everybody on the bus.