Apple has announced its latest generation iPhone in San Francisco this morning, featuring a taller body, lighter weight and thinner design, with the added benefit of Australian 4G support. Could this be the best smartphone yet?
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Want to catch up on your favourite SBS programming on the go? The cultured coders over at the multicultural broadcaster have just released the iOS version of its On Demand app, and it’s pretty sweet.
There’s a lot of very breakable glass on your smartphone. And while you might think that sticking a sheet of sticky plastic over the top will protect it, chances are you’ll stuff it up and end up with bubbles everywhere. The iVisor might just be the perfect alternative.
Apple’s announced its third quarter results, and now that’s out of the way, attention has turned full steam to Apple’s upcoming September announcement, expected to be a new iPhone and perhaps even more. We’ve cast an eye over the rumours and will give you the EFTM view of Apple’s next big thing (or things).
ABC iView is one of the country’s few redeeming digital entertainment services. Free, multiplatform and intuitive to use, the service is now going properly mobile, available for iPhone and iPod users for the first time.
Whether you’re a Pom over from the UK, or an Aussie that just can’t get enough of the motherland, Transport for London official iPhone 4 covers will keep your phone protected and add a touch of style as well.
Quickflix has slowly but surely been growing the number of devices you can use to access its movie and TV subscription service. Today, it’s added a dedicated iOS app to stream shows to your Apple device.
It’s bad at the best of times, but there are a few simple ways you could make Monday a bit more man friendly. Grab a Keepcup, a HEX Code Wallet and an iPad men’s magazine.
The guys at Melbourne’s StudioProper have just unveiled the next iteration of its amazing Wallee mounting system. The Wallee M uses Neodymium magnets to connect to special mounting discs, and is available to back on Kickstarter.