With Apple’s WWDC and, more to the point, the new iPhone grand unveiling just around the corner, Japanese designer Isamu Sanada has come up with his own take on what he’d like the iPhone 2.0 to look like…
Just a week after Apple launched the iPhone SDK, it’s been hacked.
Pretty fast going, but unsurprising.
Let’s not think that Apple didn’t see this coming a mile off…
Apple has finally announced two major pieces of news that should be music to the ears of applications developers and business users.
At an iPhone Special Event held at Apple HQ in Cupertino yesterday, Steve Jobs and co. unveiled the iPhone 2.0 beta software and Software Development Kit.
Due for full release in June, the iPhone 2.0 software will feature full, direct integration with Microsoft Exchange Server using ActiveSync, providing services such as secure, over-the-air push email, contacts and calendars as well as remote wipe, and the addition of Cisco IPsec VPN for encrypted access to private corporate networks.