While the App Store may be 1000+ apps lighter, its good to see Schiller and Apple reigning in App Store cheats. Remember folks, it's quality not quantity that matters.
As well as brand new Twitter and Facebook integration that allows users to share stories, the app also features a new Report tool, allowing citizen journalists to send in breaking news stories and pictures directly to the Telegraph news desk.
One device to rule them all, Jetsons-style.
Geotagging of tweets has been done before (the Tweetie app springs to mind). However the augmented reality visuals are a nice touch, especially if they work as accurately as the above demo video suggests.
Nearly everyone's got an iPhone these days, so it was only a matter of time before someone with more money than sense commissioned a luxury iPod like this to distinguish them from the great unwashed.
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It will be interesting to see whether or not Vodafone can match or beat these big numbers when they start selling the iPhone in early 2010.
With O2 and Orange giving away little to separate their iPhone services, Vodafone's boast may sway attention their way in preparation for their own 2010 iPhone launch.
We may have all hoped for a price war, but that has certainly not been the case.
O2 customers wishing to leave the network must call customer services to have their handset unlocked.