Iphone 2.2 Doesnt Just Change Safari

As we showed you earlier, Apple seeded iPhone Software v2.2 beta 1 to developers last week, and some images of the new Safari were leaked showing some changes in its interface. Since then a few more have popped up that show that Safari isn’t the only thing Apple has changed.

Further inspection revealed that they’ve also made a few minor tweaks to the App Store application on the phone as well. The first is a new categories page featuring icons instead of just the category name in the current software:

They also changed the display page for the individual apps, moving the “Tell a Friend” option from the title bar to below the app, and they’re adding a “Report a Problem” function to allow shoppers to report problematic apps to Apple:

via iphonealley

Note: This may not only be what changes with the new firmware 2.2. We’ll have to wait and see.


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Okay.  I overlooked the fact that Apple have done some futzing with Safari Mobile where clearly it wasn’t needed.  But this … this simply will not do.

For the last two days something odd was going on with the App Store.  Whenever I clicked on the filter for “All Free Apps,” all apps from September 16th onwards were mysteriously missing.  The apps were still there, but it was like the category filter for free apps wasn’t catching anything newer than that.  “Odd,” I thought, and kept on working.

Now, I’ve found out why.  Apple has quietly removed the option from the App Store entirely, along with the “All iPod Touch Apps” and “All iPhone Apps” filters.  Just take a look at the screenshot on your left.  Those filters simply aren’t there.

Via Touchpodium


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Papa Jump Plus is here

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The $0.99 deluxe version of PapiJump offers multiple levels, a variety of background colors, and local high score ranking features. The different levels include:

  • NORMAL: Same as the free version of PapiJump
  • HARD: Hard from the beginning
  • FALL: The platforms fall when Mr.Papi jumps on them
  • TOUCH: Touch the screen to control Mr.Papi
  • RIGHT: Mr.Papi is going towards the right
  • MOVE: Platforms are moving
  • DOWN: Mr.Papi is getting down platforms
  • ENEMY: Mr.Papi is chased by enemies. Shoot them wirh a fireballThe original PapiJump is a strangely addictive game that we previously looked at. As a free download, it’s a game everyone should try. This deluxe version offers fans of the game more variety for only a small additional price.
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    Economic Downturn Hits Apple Hard!

    Prices of Apple (AAPL) stocks took a severe blow following warnings from two separate analysts. Mike Abramsky with RBC Capital has downgraded Apple’s rating from “Outperform” to “Sector Perform,” lowering their stock target from $200 to just $140. Similarly, Morgan Stanley analyst Kathryn Huberty switched her rating from “Overweight” to “Equal Weight,” dropping her predicted target from $175 to $115.

    Since the announcements, Apple’s stock has dropped over $20 (at the time this was written), resulting in one of the biggest price drops in over two years for the company.

    So why the sudden pessimism from the analysts? Most of it is linked to the Mac. Mike Abramsky says that it’s due to a “worsening consumer spending environment,” specifically in relation to Macs. A survey from september indicated that just 29% intended to buy a MacBook in the next 90 days, compared to 34% in August, and only 26% for a desktop compared to 30% in August. It is estimated that this is one of the biggest drops in two and a half years.

    Huberty said that higher-end computer sales are quickly loosing ground.

    via iphonealley

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