An Australian iPhone user found out a hidden matrix code behind the rear plastic clamshell of his iphone while he was playing around with the night shot mode of his camcorder.
» Hidden matrix code on the iPhone 3G
Veency is the name of the latest application that has been released today by Saurik, the author and maintainer of Cydia. Veency provides a VNC remote desktop server for your iPhone, allowing you to view the iphone springboard and everything else on it via your Mac/PC with any VNC client.
» Cydia – Veency remote desktop server for the iPhone
We all know the accelerometer in the iPhone, we use it for gaming and for numerous other features. CosmoVoxÂ uses this shaking to turn your iPhone into special Music instrument. The basic idea of the app is to give you a theramin-style synthesizer.
Earthscape, the popular iPhone-application that displays a Google Earth-like world on to your iPhone, is available for free for a short time. The normal price for this app is 4,99$ or â‚¬3,99! Earthscape shows you a spinning world on which you can pan and zoom onto some locations. The application has support for GPS coordinates and can show you locations with Wikipedia links and Flickr-photos. Hit the read more link for a vid + download link.
» App Store – Earthscape now for free!
GiGaOM had a interview with the director of Skype (Josh Silverman). One of the questions that is on everyones lipes is the fact if Skype will ever make it to the iPhone and/or the iPod Touch. A part of the interview follows next: â€œWe need to be on all devicesâ€¦Skype needs to be everywhere,â€ he said.
» App Store – Skype soon on our iPhone?
iNap is a appliction available in the App Store.Â If youÂ commute to work on a bus or a train, you can set your destination and then go to sleep. Rest of the description inside. » App Store – iNap
Recently, many people have figured out that on the iPhone’s lock screen, where you can call an emergency number, you can actually dial any number, and it successfully goes through. We’ve also figured out that this feature/bug has been present since before even before 2.0. This could be taken as an extra feature or a bug. There are pros and cons to having this present. Full article inside. » iPhone “Emergency” calling allows calling for any number