There was word from Apple that the white version of the iPhone 4 has been delayed until Spring 2011, due to the various “manufacturing issues” that have been holding it up since July. It seems that now, there may never be a white iPhone 4.
Yesterday, a new bug has been found on all iPhones with iOS 4 that have the lock feature turned on. This bug allows unauthorized access to the Phone app, including the contact list, call history, and voicemail.
If you were hoping Apple would give you the option to use the hardware switch on the iPad as either a mute switch or orientation lock switch with iOS 4.2, you’re going to have to look at jailbroken alternatives. Over the weekend, a reader of 9 to 5 Mac emailed Steve Jobs and got a pretty simple response…
With Apple’s introduction of FaceTime for the Mac Wednesday, and the MacBook Air’s “FaceTime camera”, rather than an “iSight camera”, it’s obvious the direction the company is moving with its two-way video products on the Mac. The big question is what does this mean for iChat?
Today, Apple released FaceTime Beta for Mac OS X, allowing Mac users to connect with Mac, iPhone 4, and iPod touch-capable users.