News tagged ‘Flash’
Apple today posted two new iPhone commercials to its ad gallery and also began airing them on prime-time television. Here is a list of applications, that are used in these videos:
- Jamie Oliver's 20 Minute Meals [
- Credit Card Terminal [
- Facebook [
- The Sims 3 [
- Redfin Real Estate [
- Shazam [
- Target [
- ColorChange [
- The Snow Report [
- Monopoly Here & Now: The World Edition [
- HotelPal [
- Zipcar [
Watch the videos:
Here's a cute little Walky robot controlled via iPhone. It is able to walk, run, jump and kick a ball.
This video demonstrates that with a proper implementation of controls we can obtain better results with the touchscreen of the iPhone than with a joystick from a PlayStation.
This iPhone application is not real, but the video is really well done and it's fun to watch.
MIT student Chris Varenhorst developed a hydraulic system connected to some electronic components that allow you to open a door with the ability to control it with the iPhone.
The system is very simple, the mechanical part to open the door is connected to a PC with an Ubuntu Linux system from which it receives the commands. Application iDoor connects to a PC via an internet connection and sends the instructions for opening or closing the door.
Here is a video:
Couple days ago the developers of MitAPP held a lecture at the University of Bologna on programming for the iPhone and using the SDK. The entire mini-course consists of 3 classes. Here are the first slides about the development environment (XCode and Interface Builder):
Have you ever tried to imagine the iPhone with an operating system other than Apple's one? Here is an iPhone clone running Google Android OS (v.1.5).
This device is made in China. It has a 3.5" capacitive touchscreen screen, 130MB of RAM and 256MB of internal memory expandable with a memory card. There is also a 2 MP camera, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
Here is a quick video tutorial, how to enable cool Emoji Icons for free and without the need to jailbreak the iPhone or iPod Touch.
Here's a new video preview of Sn0wbreeze, the iH8sn0w's Windows tool that will be able to create a custom firmware, just as PwnageTool Mac.
In the video we see a preview of the graphic interface and the first functions. At startup we choose the expert or the simple mode and the rest should be exactly as we know it already.
Apple VP of Industrial Design, Jonathan Ive discusses the philosophy behind everything from the iPhone to the iMac for the documentary "Objectified":
Apple is airing a new Get a Mac Web Ad entitled, Ultimate Upgrade, on websites (f.e., NYTimes and CNN).
You can watch the web ad below:
This is a robot capable of playing Rock Band iPhone application. The setup is pretty much the same as the other robots that play these kinds of games.
More video and pictures:
GeoHot has just released a new video which shows his new hack in action. It's called Blacksn0w and is able to unlock the new baseband 05.11.07 of the iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS.
This new baseband appeared in firmware 3.1. So all users who own locked iPhone can unlock it and use with any cellular provider. Users who have upgraded to firmware 3.1 or 3.1.2 by mistake can also use blacksn0w.
BlackSn0w will be released November 4.