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» Apple iPhone firmware downloads (v1.0 to v2.1) - iPhone World September 12, 2008 by James Since the new iPhone firmware v2.1 just came out, we’ve decided to provide a direct downloads list of all iPhone firmwares that were released until now, in order to help those that often download different iPhone firmwares and flash their device in order to jailbreak / unlock it. iPhone 2G (Original iPhone) firmware downloads : - Original iPhone firmware v1.0 - Original iPhone firmware v1.0.1 - Original iPhone firmware v1.0.2 - Original iPhone firmware v1.1.1 - Original iPhone firmware v1.1.2 - Original iPhone firmware v1.1.3 - Original iPhone firmware v1.1.4 - Original iPhone firmware v2.0 - Original iPhone firmware v2.0.1 - Original iPhone firmware v2.0.2 - Original iPhone firmware v2.1 iPhone 3G (New iPhone) firmware downloads : - iPhone 3G firmware v2.0 - iPhone 3G firmware v2.0.1 - iPhone 3G firmware v2.0.2 - iPhone 3G firmware v2.1 You might need these when you upgrade, downgrade, or manually modify in any other way your iPhone firmware . Related posts:

Report: Jobs Promises iOS 4 Update for iPhone 3G 'Soon' Steve Jobs is e-mailing again, and this time it's about a rumored update for iOS4 that will help performance issues on the iPhone 3G. According to a report on Mac Rumors, an iPhone 3G user who e-mailed Jobs about a "fix that will make my phone work again" received an e-mail from the Apple chief that said simply: "Software update coming soon." Late last month, Apple told The Wall Street Journal that it was investigating reports that iPhone 3G users who upgraded to iOS 4 were met with batteries that drained quickly and handsets that overheated. The user who e-mailed Jobs also told Mac Rumors that his phone was "dog slow" and had issues with scrolling, zooming, and typing once iOS 4 was installed.

TechCrunch AppleInsider Macintosh Stories: Busy Being Born The Macintosh User Interface wasn't designed all at once; it was actually the result of almost five years of experimentation and development at Apple, starting with graphics routines that Bill Atkinson began writing for Lisa in late 1978. Like any evolutionary process, there were lots of false starts and blind alleys along the way. It's a shame that these tend to be lost to history, since there is a lot that we can learn from them. Fortunately, the main developer of the user interface, Bill Atkinson, was an avid, lifelong photographer, and he had the foresight to document the incremental development of the Lisa User Interface (which more or less became the Mac UI after a few tweaks) with a series of photographs. He kept a Polaroid camera by his computer, and took a snapshot each time the user interface reached a new milestone, which he collected in a loose-leaf notebook. Here are some more demos of the initial graphics routines. ...into a mouse/windows based user interface.

Iphone Desbloqueado no Brasil Biz Break: Want an iPhone or Android? Here's why you might have to wait Posted: 05/02/2012 10:35:42 PM PDT0 Comments|Updated: about a year ago Congratulations! You found a link we goofed up on, and as a result you're here, on the article-not-found page. That said, if you happened to be looking for our daily celebrity photo gallery, you're in luck: Also, if you happened to be looking for our photo gallery of our best reader-submitted images, you're in luck: So, yeah, sorry, we could not find the Mercury News article you're looking for. The article has expired from our system. What next? You may also want to try our search to locate news and information on If you're looking for an article that was published in the last two weeks, here are more options: News: Local news articles Entertainment: Entertainment articles from the past two weeks Sports: Sports articles from the past two weeks Business: Business articles from the past two weeks Opinion: Opinion articles Lifestyle: Lifestyle articles from the past two weeks

SlashGear - Feeding Your Gadget and Tech Obsessions MacRumors Bluetooth-fähige Handys unter Mac OS X - iSync und die Alternativen Falls Sie mit Ihrem Bluetooth-fähigen Handy nicht nur ins Internet wollen, sondern Adressbuch und Kalender mit dem Mac synchronisieren wollen, ist das auch schnell eingerichtet, wenn Sie ein von iSync unterstütztes Gerät auswählen. iSync ist Bestandteil von Mac OS X und damit kostenlos. Wenn Sie noch keine Gelegenheit gefunden haben, aus Entourage von Microsoft Office auszusteigen, können Sie Ihr Handy statt mit Apples Adressbuch und iCal auch mit Entourage synchronisieren. Kostenlos ist die entsprechende Software nicht, aber so teuer wie Microsoft Office wiederum auch nicht. MobileSync Handys unter Mac OS X - iSync Plugins Die Liste der von iSync unterstützen Handys mag noch so lang sein, dort fehlen auch viele Handys. Eine Anleitung von Steffen Zimmermann, um solche Plugins für iSync selber herzustellen, findet man unter: Handys unter Mac OS X - Integration in Apples Adressbuch Durch die Synchronisierung mit dem Handy können Sie - wie z. BluePhoneElite Ericsson Client

iphoneSimFree First Look: Top Gun 2 for iPhone August 19, 2010, 2:54 PM EDT By Chris Holt It's time to return to the danger zone. Paramount Digital Entertainment's Top Gun 2 launched Thursday on the iPhone and iPod touch. Developed in collaboration with Freeverse, this high-flying rail shooter offers both air-to-air and air-to-ground combat in fully realized 3D worlds. Featuring the iconic F-14 Tomcat from the movie as well as the F-16 Fighting Falcon and F/A-18 Hornet, Top Gun 2 allows you to upgrade your fighter's cannon and missile systems. The game features seven levels including missions set against enemy air, land, and sea units. The controls utilize both the iPhone's accelerometer functionality (for steering) and the touchscreen (for weapons). The developers at Paramount and Freeverse took customers' advice when creating Top Gun 2, and have eliminated much of the animated story that featured so prominently in the first game. The game is available at $3 for download in Apple's app store for a limited time. Related Articles

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