It is quite far in advance of the Apple WWDC large press conference and Daring Fireball John Gruber is back at the eleventh hour chime in some more on his earlier (and perhaps even well-informed) iPhone forecasts. He adheres to its earlier bets – twice the CPU speed, twice the RAM, a heavy emphasis on a new video camera (no word if there is an additional front-one), and $ 199 / $ 299 for the 16GB and 32GB models, and – but also chime in that the new device is code-named … Drums, please … iPhone 3GS, which he suspects is also likely to be the final name of the product as well. A kind of yawn, if you ask us, but it would sell like gang busters, no matter what it was. Since this cut-tiered iPhone, it is expected for the current 3G model with a price drop to $ 99th Also on the table, the iPhone tethering, which we already know, was in OS 3.0, which is expected for a fee from each institution. Teasing continue into the future, he suggested, “marble,” code name for a visual review of OS X, and the tablets are very concrete projects, but that there is little to no chance it will be on WWDC. No idea what the “S” stands for (speed, perhaps?), But at this point we are pretty much count the minutes until the keynote tomrorow, our clocks are ticking and not much faster.
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Two new images have emerged which purportedly show off the front facing camera of the upcoming next-gen iPhone. One simply shows the camera in action presumably taking a self portrait while the other is demoing a video chat. Real or fake? More importantly, and considering pretty much no one has cared about mobile video conferencing over the past few years, is anyone looking forward to this feature? Hit the jump for larger shots.
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Looking at this new iPhone 3G pouch from Rivet brings up images of Harley riding, bandana headed biker dudes headed down the highway, looking for adventure. The pouch is made of microfiber lined hard plastic and is covered in vintage looking leather.
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Amazon has opened a Kindle Store optimized for the iPhone’s Safari web browser. When users of the Kindle for iPhone app click on “Get Books,” the new Kindle Store tailored for the size and shape of the iPhone and iPod touch screens automatically opens in Safari.
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