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Compare iPhone Models (Complete)

If your considering on buying an Apple iPhone, you maybe wondering “Which generation is my best buy?” considering your budget. Well Apple’s got just the page for you to visit “Compare iPhone Models”. (Click image below)

But if your not satisfied with Apple’s page and would like to see a more technical savvy comparison, I’ve got just the thing for you.

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Monitoring iOS Apps Gone Free in iTunes Store

One of many downloadable contents from Apple’s iTunes Store is the iOS Apps for Apple’s iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. These Apple devices wouldn’t have been where they are today in the leading market of mobile device and operating systems without the help of numerous satisfactory eye-candy applications from the App Store. Just specify your need and it’ll most likely already have an App for you.

While some Apps are payable, most of them are also free. One great thing about the App Store is the fact that almost every day, at least one payed and requested App are seldom priced $0.00 (Free) for a limited time offer. And sometimes you wouldn’t believe what great Apps have gone Free.

Now, staying up-to-date with these daily free Apps are sometimes hard to do without knowing the right resources. After going through some sites and recommendations, I’ve compiled a few notable sites that should help you monitor App Store Apps gone free.

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iTunes Store 10.0 Free US Account

Some of you might have noticed that not all countries have full support from Apple Inc. (usually because of such constraints as copyright limitations). One of Apple’s service is an Apple ID, mostly used on your iTunes in iTunes Store to download Music, Movies, TV Shows, Podcasts, iTunes U, Audiobooks / Books, Apps, Ringtones, and more, payed or even free contents.

Let me point out a case, for example registering an iTunes Store account (Apple ID) with your registering country set to Indonesia will currently only give you access to iTunes’ Apps, Podcasts, and iTunes U contents. On the other hand, registering an iTunes Store account (Apple ID) with your registering country set to United States will give you access to all of iTunes’ free and payed contents. With that said, now let’s move on to creating your free United States iTunes Store (Apple ID).

Note: This tutorial works with iTunes 9.0 and later.

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iPhoneography in Lomography

LoMo refers to Lomography, and Lo-Fi, to low fidelity, in the context of iPhoneography, both refer to the same thing: images generated as casual, snapshot, and in the moment shots, without an overarching sense of having to be “photographically beautiful” by smoothness, or some measure of perfection.

(Nacho Cordova)

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Documents To Go® Premium for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad

If you had a $15 balance on your iTunes account, what would be the most worth buy App for your new iOS 4?

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Previous iPhone Vs iPhone 4’s Retina Display

With the increase of pixel density on the iPhone 4 from the previously renown iPhone models (iPhone 2G, iPhone 3G, and iPhone 3GS) to a new Retina Display, the iPhone now has a much more crispier display to view High Definition quality images and videos.

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iOS 4 Kaomoji Keyboard

Ever updated your Twitter or Facebook status on your iPhone 3G / 3G[S], or just texted a friend, and wondered if you could enter text emoticons (a.k.a. kaomojis) as simple as a few touches without having to remember them all?

Like these for example: ☆〜(ゝ。∂) , ♪( ´θ`)ノ , ☆彡 , ♪( ´▽`) , (^_−)−☆

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iOS 4 Multitasking Services

Multitasking is an iOS 4 new feature which is only available to the iPhone 3G[S] and iPhone 4 devices. But if you think of the term “Multitasking” as being able to literally run an application in the background, with Apple you’ve gotta guess again. Instead of allowing this, Apple released seven multitasking services.

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iPhone Japanese Emoji

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iPhone Colors.. Tap That!


Own an iPhone? Or just eyecandying one? Well I’ve got something goin’ on here.

Colors.. Tap That!

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