Apps on the iPhone

   10 July 2008, terribly early in the morning

The iPhone AppStore is live now. There is a lot of stuff on there now that looks pretty interesting. My phone has been jailbroken for quite some time, but the appliations available always struck me as half-assed for the most part. (There are of course exceptions.) Applications i’m interested in include: Jott, Evernote, Twitterific, NetNewsWire & Exposure. Also, the iPhone Remote application also looks pretty hype. The word on the street is that the AppStore works perfectly, though I haven’t had a chance to test it out myself. I need to sort out whether I can upgrade to 2.0 when it is released without re-locking my phone. (update: I should have know people would find the firmware early.) Such is the drama that comes with getting the phone so many months ago. The iPhone 3G officially launches in Canada tomorrow. It will be interesting to see how many Rogers sells. They seem to have been getting a lot of bad press, but do rich kids and yuppies read newspapers? I’m not so sure.

Update: The iPhone 2.0 software has been unlocked. Mind you, the actual software isn’t out yet, so the Gizmodo headline is a bit misleading. I think Gizmodo likes to cum in its pants.

 

Comments

  1. You read the newspapers! Diiissss.. :P

  2. “Those who buy the device in Canada before the end of August will fork out $2,176 US over the course of the three-year contract they must sign with Rogers”

    SUCKERS

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