Hopefully it is going to be an amazing application for your iPhone. It lets you write posts, upload photos, and edit your WordPress blog from your iPhone or iPod Touch. With support for both WordPress.com and self-hosted WordPress (2.5.1 or higher).
As I wrote earlier, some users were seeing yellowish-tinted iPhone 3G screens (above). This included a friend of mine who bought an iPhone 3G (I am, quite sadly, not qualified for an upgrade).
There are two components to this issue, apparently. One is that according to Apple, the yellowish-tinge, likened to being “warmer” (if you check out some light bulb boxes sometimes you’ll see a reference to a “warm glow.”), is by design. Continue reading iPhone 3G Screens “Warmer” by Design; Yellow Tinge Reduced with Firmware Upgrade
A picture comparing Apple’s iPhone with the iPhone Nano which is supposed to come out in October 2008
was published on Flickr. The iPhone Nano, as usual, will be smaller than it’s first generation predecessor but also cheaper retailing for a price of $300 or less.
The iPhone Nano will have a smaller 2,75″ screen compared to the 3,5″ screen of the iPhone Classic. According to this comparison it will not offer Internet access which is a huge drawback if you ask me. It is still multi-touch and combines a phone and music player in one device but will only ship with either 4
or 8 Gigabytes of Ram compared to the 8 or 16 Gigabytes of the classic iPhone.