A couple of students from USC’s School of Cinematic Arts, Michael Koerbel and Anna Elizabeth James, have written and directed an entire movie – well a short film called “Apple of My Eye” using the iPhone as the camera and editing device. They did it all in 48 hours.
Considering what how they made this short film the video is excellent. At the end, they show you how they made the movie. That part is especially fun to watch.
Techcrunch had some funny videos from Youtube about the crazy behavior of some iPhone users and a rebuttal by the iPhone fans.
And here’s the rebutal.
Apple and T-Mobile today announced that T-Mobile will be the exclusive German carrier of Appleâ€™s revolutionary iPhone when it makes its debut in Germany on November 9. iPhone is scheduled to go on sale on November 9 and will be sold in Germany through Telekom Shops of Deutsche Telekom and the T-Mobile web shop. iPhone …Continue Reading
Apple and O2 announced today that O2, a UK wireless carrier, will be the exclusive UK carrier for Appleâ€™s iPhone when it makes its debut in the UK on November 9th. Unique to the UK, iPhone users will have free access to the O2′s public Wi-Fi network, covering over 7,500 cafes, restaurants, airport lounges, pubs …Continue Reading
Dealing with the fallout from the recently announced iPhone price cut seems to be Apple’s biggest issue of the day. It’s too bad they got greedy to start with as everyone knew the original price was way too high to be sustainable. Here’s the apology: To all iPhone customers: I have received hundreds of emails …Continue Reading
Apple had it’s big announcement event today and had a lot to share, but the big news that has caught the attention of the media is the price cut on the iPhone. The 8GB iPhone will now be $200 less costly coming in at $399. As expected, Apple also announced a video Nano, a touch …Continue Reading
iSuppli is reporting that the iPhone has become the best selling smart phone. Apple Inc.â€™s iPhone outsold all smart phones in the United States during July, and equaled the sales of the most popular feature phone, according to iSuppli Corp. The iPhone accounted for 1.8 percent of all mobile-handset unit sales to U.S. consumers during …Continue Reading
Finally, we are getting some real data on iPhone sales. Analysts had speculated that 700,000 iPhones were sold the first weekend. The facts turned out much different and quite disappointing compared to the hype. AT&T reported that only 146,000 iPhone users signed up the first two days of it’s launch. Apple will probably report iPhone …Continue Reading
Reuters is reporting that Apple plans to launch a cheaper version of the iPhone in the fourth quarter that could be based on the ultra-slim iPod Nano music player, according to a JP Morgan report. According the the Reuters report, Kevin Chang, a JP Morgan analyst based in Taiwan, cited people in the supply channel …Continue Reading
Business 2.0 Reports 1 Million iPhones Activated The number of iPhones Apple had stockpiled at its 164 stores last Friday is still a closely held secret. But an unconfirmed report at the website waitingforphone, quoting an anonymous staffer in ATT Mobiltyâ€™s Commerce Group, suggests that AT&T (T) may have already fulfilled more than 1 million …Continue Reading