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Among the many minor changes included in the 3.0 release of the iPhone OS was one that would enable those myriad of iPhone accessories to work more closely with software. That is to say, to make the plugging in of one result in in a prompting to download the other. The first such piece of hardware

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Among the many minor changes included in the 3.0 release of the iPhone OS was one that would enable those myriad of iPhone accessories to work more closely with software. That is to say, to make the plugging in of one result in in a prompting to download the other. The first such piece of hardware

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You know, we might be inclined to disbelieve this exciting tale of derring-do if it weren't for the highly improbably heroics and ingenuity displayed by its three protagonists -- you just can't make this stuff up. Probably. Kevin, Ryan and Mark were in Chicago minding their own nerdness out at Bric

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You know, we might be inclined to disbelieve this exciting tale of derring-do if it weren't for the highly improbably heroics and ingenuity displayed by its three protagonists -- you just can't make this stuff up. Probably. Kevin, Ryan and Mark were in Chicago minding their own nerdness out at Bric

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Right on schedule, iPhone OS 3.0 is now available. Mash the update button in iTunes -- you need 8.2 -- and then check out our extensive iPhone 3G S review and iPhone OS 3.0 hub for all the nitty-gritty while you wait.

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The iPhone Dev-Team (no relation) have been teasing us for a little bit now with what they've been saying is an iPhone OS 3.0-compatible version of yellowsn0w, and tonight in a video presentation they unveiled ultrasn0w, which should let you unlock any iPhone on the market, running any version of t

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The iPhone Dev-Team (no relation) have been teasing us for a little bit now with what they've been saying is an iPhone OS 3.0-compatible version of yellowsn0w, and tonight in a video presentation they unveiled ultrasn0w, which should let you unlock any iPhone on the market, running any version of t

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AT&T's been feeding us a story that it'll offer MMS on the iPhone only \"once [it completes] some system upgrades that will ensure our customers have the best experience,\" but here's the thing: it seems that it works right now -- if you've got a build of OS 3.0 that'll let it. None of us have be

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AT&T's been feeding us a story that it'll offer MMS on the iPhone only \"once [it completes] some system upgrades that will ensure our customers have the best experience,\" but here's the thing: it seems that it works right now -- if you've got a build of OS 3.0 that'll let it. None of us have be

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It won't be available en masse until the 17th of the month, but the gold build of iPhone OS 3.0 is now available to developers -- a promising sign that apps taking advantage of a wide variety of 3.0's new features (push notifications, in-app payments, and the like) will be available by the time it'

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It won't be available en masse until the 17th of the month, but the gold build of iPhone OS 3.0 is now available to developers -- a promising sign that apps taking advantage of a wide variety of 3.0's new features (push notifications, in-app payments, and the like) will be available by the time it'

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We're liveblogging from WWDC in San Francisco as we speak, and there's plenty of good stuff coming out of Phil Schiller's keynote address. Here's what you need to see so far:Read - Phil Schiller keynote live from WWDC 2009Read - ScrollMotion's Iceberg in-app bookstore announced for iPhone, ready to

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