A New York teenager “Jason Barry” can be sentenced up to seven years in jail, because of a terror threat he made in an Apple Store. He wrote a threat in a stickies note on the screen of a computer in the Apple Store, saying he will blow up the store with a bom strapped around his chest. » Terror Threat At Apple Store
Today Apple officially announced the January 27th event. Earlier rumours suggested the event would take place on January 26th and was later confirmed with a January 27th date. iTabletFreakz, Engadget and other are reporting the confirmation of the Apple event. The media event is scheduled for 10:00 AM Pacific Time. The event will be held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. » January 27th Apple Media Event Confirmed
Gigaom created a nice Apple App Store Economy Visualization. They say there are 133.979 iPhone applications, made by over 28.000 developers, who wait an average of 4.78 days for their app’s approval. The app store users downloaded an average of 3.7 apps each in december. And each iPhone user spends an average of $10 on apps every month. for full details check gigaom. How much do you spend a month in the app store? » Average User Spends $10 On Apps A month.
Microsoft’s Zune has one great feature and that is being able to lend music to other Zune owners via Wi-Fi. When you lend a song you can play it three times, after three times you must purchased it from the Zune marketplace. At the CES “Consumer Electronics Show 2010″ someone said “what if you could share iPhone apps with friends via Wifi or Bleutooth?” » Share iPhone Apps Via Wifi Or Bleutooth [CES]
The camera on the iPhone is pretty good and takes clear photos outside. But when you are in a dark room all you get is a way too dark picture. Maybe the next iPhone will solve this problem by adding a flash LED to the camera. There are rumors that Apple signed a contract with Philips to order LED camera flash components. » New iPhone Gets 5MP LED Flash Camera?
On April 23, Apple announced that over 1 billion applications were downloaded in its App Store. On September 28 the app store reached 2 billion downloads and yesterday Apple announced that they reached 3 billion downloads. And the amount of downloads is still growing rapidly. » Apple Reached 3 Billion App Downloads
AppMakr is an automated mobile application creation engine. Most applications for the iPhone take months to create, costs a lot of money, and you need programming talent.
AppMakr is the solution for people that do not have the time, money or brains to create an mobile application yourself. » AppMakr, Easy iPhone App Creator