Come And Get Your Free Inkstrumental iPhone Wallpapers To Celebrate Its May 7th Launch

Ustwo and the famous Jon Burgerman have teamed up to bring you the craziest musical iPhone app ever, Inkstrumental. To celebrate the fact that it has a release date, we have 31 iPhone wallpapers for you to download and use as you please. More: continued here

Apple Patents The Invisible Button

One of Apple’s famous minimalist design principles is to get rid of buttons whenever possible. With touchscreen devices like the iPhone and iPad, almost all of the buttons appear when needed on the screen. But what about Macbooks with aluminum casings? A new patent application titled More: continued here

Appisode 118: Adobe Gets Flash-Slapped By Apple, Tweetie Gives Us A Tease, And Apps To Make You Money

Steve Jobs writes an open letter detailing Apple’s stance on Flash and why it’s not used on their mobile devices. Tweetie gives us a little tease and a new update. An app to earn you some cash. Plus an awesome Speck iPad Accessory give away! We have all this and more on today’s AppAdvice Daily. […]

Apple may charge $1 million to display mobile ads

Apple’s new advertising platform for the iPhone and iPad — dubbed iAd — marks Apple’s first foray into a small but growing market. Apple Inc may charge about $1 million for displaying advertisements on its mobile devices; the company indicated it could charge as much as $10 million to be part of a handful of […]

Twittelator For iPad Updated And On Sale To Celebrate Impending iPad 3G Release

Big Stone Phone’s iPad-optimized version of Twittelator has received its first major update, which address many of the speed issues and bugs that plagued the initial release. Even better, the app will be on sale for the next two days to celebrate the impending release of the iPad 3G. More: continued here

Did Microsoft Just Step In To Help HTC Fight Apple?

As you may have heard, Apple filed a massive lawsuit against phone-maker HTC nearly two months ago. Apple is alleging that HTC is infringing on over 20 of its iPhone patents. While HTC makes phones for a number of partners, it’s pretty clear that this is Apple going after Google’s Android platform indirectly. More: continued […]

Appisode 117: Jailbreakers Beware, WWDC, And A New Wacky App

There’s a new iTunes update, but Jailbreakers beware! WWDC has just been announced, and will likely be the place where the next generation iPhone will be unveiled. Plus we have a new Wacky App. We have all this and more on today’s AppAdvice Daily. More: continued here

Apple Buys Siri, Gets Basic Search to Challenge Google

An FTC filing today revealed that Apple has quietly bought out Siri. The deal gives Apple the creator of an iPhone personal assistant app that can automatically handle common tasks through searches, such as hailing a cab or buying tickets for a movie at a nearby theater. More: continued here

Which is Better: Buying Apple Product or Buying Apple Stock?

Hindsight bias probably works best when it comes to money. The events that occurred in the past seem to have been more predictable than they really were, and I bet many of you felt it when reading texts explaining how to get rich easily. Well, here comes another such example. More: continued here

Steve Wozniak: Apple Security, Employee Firing, Gray Powell

During last week’s iPhone leak saga, Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, reached out to us with a story: The morning of the iPad launch, an engineer showed Woz an iPad for two minutes. For this he was fired. It’s a story that paints Apple as many people already see the company: ruthlessly secretive, and even […]