While this could be a Photoshop job, a new “dodgy” shot of the “lost” iPhone 4G in Vietnam has surfaced, which shows the handset running the upcoming iPhone OS 4. It is
Yea I know its getting boring now but.. after all those huge leaks by Gizmodo, and the Vietnamese site Taoviet, now a French site named BeGeek has got its hands on the 4th-gen Apple iPhone.
Apparently, the prototype model seen in these images looks very similar to the one which folks from Vietnam got hold of.
The Silent Hunter series is largely accepted as the pinnacle of submarine simulation. The PC and console games are pretty much the best way to feel like you’re in charge of a real old-school submarine. Ubisoft currently owns the license, and they’ve now released an iPhone version of the brand, which has you piloting a German U-boat around the North Sea in 1939.
It lacks most of the depth (pun intended, sorry) that Silent Hunter is known for; the game is basically a shooting gallery, and while there is a bit of strategy in ship placement, the plan is mostly to kill the other side before they kill you.
Still, it’s fun, and except for a little bit of lag in the controls, it plays pretty well. You can send your sub
Apple has posted a new iPad ad dubbed “What is iPad” which explains and introduces this new form factor device to the world.
This is the second iPad ad posted by Apple. The first one made a surprised appearance back at the 2010 Oscars.
What is iPad? iPad is thin. iPad is beautiful. iPad goes anywhere and lasts all day. There’s no right way or wrong way. It’s crazy powerful. It’s magical. You already know how to use it. It’s 200,000 apps and counting. All the world’s websites in your hand. It’s video, photos, more books than you can read in a lifetime. It’s already a revolution and its only just begun.
The 30 seconds commercial, which shows off visual side of iPad and its usability can be seen as embedded below:
I really enjoyed seeing this retro handset base for the iPhone (even if I did mistake the shipping charge for the price — sorry about that). Now, iPhone Savior has a nice piece up about the base’s designer, Florida artist Scott Freeland. Since news about the set went live, he’s apparently been bombarded by requests, and he’s actually been working on making it easier to make them and deliver them to customers; he’s currently working with two resin molds and has tweaked his process a bit. It sounds like the iRetrofone is already a successful product.
When you hear what he has to say about the handset, it’s not hard to