Rhapsody has updated its iPhone client to version 2.0. The new version lets users keep music on their Apple device by creating a playlist and storing the tracks locally. Streaming music is still available anytime your phone has a working 3G or Wi-Fi connection. A Rhapsody subscription costs $10 per month and has a short trial period.
This is a short demo video of the Monster Mayhem game for the iPhone. Here you to take on the role of a Gate Keeper of a graveyard, who's job is to attack anything that moves towards the gate in order to stop it from getting free. The game features 20 unique monsters and 8 bosses across 30 stages. There are also 7 different weapons, each having 4 levels of upgradability. Reminds me of Plants vs.
Not much to say here, it's just a fake Chinese mock-up of the next-gen iPhone. It comes witgh a relatively svelte form factor, stereo speakers, USB port, a removable battery, dual SIM card slot, 3.2" screen, and a non-user-friendly UI. Get a closer look after the break!
This new Wi-Fi Sync application allows users to sync their iPhone / iPod Touch with iTunes. We can't tell if it's available at App Store, but you can get it at Cydia store for $9.99. See the video below to understand how the app works.
The new MiLi's Powerskin has dethroned the Mophie's Juice Pack Air and
now bears the title of "the thinnest iPhone battery case" available of
the market. It's still packing 1200mAh of power and is available now in a
choice of eight scintillating color combos for £47.99 (about $74).
Apple's new iAd platform for iPhone OS allows developers to make money while keeping their apps free of charge. Devs can now integrate all sorts of ads (including video) directly in the application, along with the ability of in-ad purchasing so that users won't have to exit the app to make a transaction. Apple will host and serve the ads, giving 60% of ad-generated revenue to the developers.
We have the name, specs and new photos of the Nexus One clone we mentioned recently. The device is called the Teg W3000, and is probably one of the better rip-off out there. Just look at what it has to offer: