Apple is going to investigate incidents of the exploding iPhones in Europe, Reuters reports. Apple believes that those incidents were isolated incidents and there’s they don’t think there’s a general problem, a spokesman of the European Commission says. Apple is working on gathering more information to find out what may have caused the explosions.
There’s a bug found in the OS 3.0 software. It was found on the iPod Touch 2gen of someone with the YouTube account “Popplenrookie”. When you delete an email in your POP mail account and also delete it in the trash map, you can still find it by using the search option on the iPod Touch. It seems that POP mail accounts are not the only ones having this issue. IMAP has the same problem. Even if you delete the mail directly from the server, it still shows up on the search function of the iPod.
Some days you’re lucky, other days you are not. A lady in the UK had her bag stolen. In it were her iPhone, laptop and Nintendo DS. An to make things even worse, the thief showed up on her Facebook page and said the following:
Gizmodo has received a supposed screenshot from Rogers Wireless’ internal sales systems for hardware upgrades listing an 8 GB iPhone 3GS model. Based on the screenshot and comments from the alleged Rogers employee who submitted it, the 8 GB iPhone 3GS will be offered at the same $99 price point of the current iPhone 3G under the standard three-year contract with data plan offered by Rogers or at $299 without a data plan.
Smartphones get smarter every day and more and more options are possible. The Internet is a huge part of the smartphone industry and combined with the camera most phones have, YouTube becomes popular every day as well. So YouTube has updated their mobile website this week. This newest version works perfectly fine with your iPhone. This has been done to optimize functions like watching favorites, sharings videos and logging in.
Roger’s Wireless Web Page needs to explain a few things. We reported about the site two days ago. It seemed a new version of the iPhone 3GS would soon appear. But the 8GB iPhone will probably never come. The picture provided with our post showed a blue ‘V’ to mark the 8GB iPhone as a 3GS version, but it now seems to have been a system-error.
First a car fire because of an iPhone, then a exploding iPod Touch in the garden of an 11 year old girl, and now another exploding device. This time it’s the iPhone that exploded. A boy wanted to take a closer look at the iPhone of his girlfriend, but it ended up being a nasty experience. The iPhone exploded in his hands and pieces of glass flew in his eyes. The worried mother didn’t wait, and immediately called the Consumer Service of Apple.