Today, Apple posted four more Facetime ads on their website. The videos show a variety of people using Facetime for communication. Most of them are just the average people you would see on the phone talking about their; new baby, new haircut, new braces, etc.
Navigon is a leading Turn-by-turn GPS App that does a lot more than just that. With the iOS 4 update that sprung into the App Store, it puts a little more kick into it:
The full App is available to purchase for only $49.99, but thats not all. Don't have the money for that? No problem. You can buy one of the Navigon MyRegion apps instead for $17.99. What this does is it give you GPS in your region of the US only. i.e. West, Central, or East. Sounds like a deal and a half there!
InvisibleShield iPhone 4 Max Protection Giveaway #3
If you guys haven't yet, I would go check out and enter our GIVEAWAY that we have weekly. Theres still time to enter this one because it ends tomorrow(July 12th). Its real simple to enter and you barely have to lift a finger. Go check out the giveaway link:
For all the haters to all of the people bombarding George Hotz to release an iPhone 4 Jailbreak, here's a little tease. Hotz, creator of Blackra1n, posted on his blog today an image, of an iPhone 4 that he Jailbroke within a day. The message he left was meant to be a bit aggressive:
Afterwards, he concluded his blog post by holding the Jailbreak ransom:
So, a Jailbreak coming from Hotz is a hit or a miss. If not that then I guess we'll all still be waiting on a Jailbreak from @comex, or @planetbeing, and @MuscleNerd etc.
We all know Chatroulette and its fame for being #1 in weirdness. This little app here called iChatr brings it to your iPhone 4. You can connect with others using the app and your front facing camera. Hopefully you'll get lucky and not find any of those future pedophiles in your partner window. Good luck everyone, I mean it.
iPod Touch 4 is coming this fall, according to the tradition Apple is following every year with their line up. This year we're probably seeing a front and back camera with Facetime enabled. Exciting? Hell yes. Now people who don't want AT&T and people who don't want to switch carriers will be able to use Facetime to contact their loved ones on their iPod! Now thats technology
Hey, remember that iPhone class-action lawsuit we poked around in a couple months ago and discovered Apple's lawyers confirming the original five year AT&T exclusivity agreement? Well, get ready to hear about it a lot more in the months to come, as the judge in the case has officially certified the case as a class action, meaning it now officially includes anyone who's ever bought an iPhone on AT&T. If you'll recall, the argument is that iPhone customers signed up for a two-year contract without being told that AT&T had an exclusive for five years -- thus in reality being held to the carrier for an additional three years without recourse. Sure, that sounds a little silly, but if you bought the first-gen iPhone and wanted to stick with the platform it's the truth -- discounting the fact, of course, that no one's required to buy another Phone after two years, and even then you have to sign a new contract. While we're definitely curious to see if the plaintiffs can get past that little logical hurdle and win something more than a token settlement, we're far more interested to see if they can get any more documentation from Apple nailing down its actual agreement with AT&T.
Now, I got a few laughs from this video. The Onion, a news station of mainly satirical videos, made this "news report" of Apple announcing the Friend Bar. The Friend Bar is a place, like the Genius Bar, you can set up an appointment to meet with someone. But instead of getting your Apple product fixed, Apple fans can go talk to someone about the latest Apple Buzz. The end of the video features another Apple product coming in the future, the iStore, which is an in-home version of the Apple Store which costs over $6000 plus an employee salary. Good Deal!
Alright guys, heres a video of how to do video calling / Facetime over 3G. The app is a little buggy, but it is called Fring. It's free in the App Store and all you really got to do is sign up for a free Fring account, add a buddy, and make a call. If your having trouble, watch the video, I explain a simple troubleshoot.