Dan is collecting all of those product demo videos aimed squarely at young white single males with iPhones.
This makes me so happy! Matt is using Huffduffer. Specifically, Matt is using Huffduffer together with Instacast and this is how he’s doing it.
This is kinda funny (because it’s kinda true).
If you make inaccessible iOS apps, you really only have yourself to blame.
There are also some handy tips here for getting to know VoiceOver.
Nik demos the neat interactions in Realmac’s latest piece of iOS software in this cute little video.
A brilliantly cool handmade iPhone case by Jane.
The world’s first mobile photography conference will take place in San Francisco on September 24th this year, featuring Dan Rubin, Jessica Zollman and more.
It’s a provocative title but I certainly agree with this post’s premise. And the situation it describes is all too familiar.
Brendan’s latest product looks like it’ll be a thing of beauty. But he needs help getting it funded on Kickstarter. If you like taking pictures with your iPhone, I suggest you back this project.
This looks like a beautiful way to present information, although it seems a real shame that the information is locked to just one class of device.
A handy list of installed fonts on the iPhone and iPad.
What a difference an autocorrect makes.
An emotionally affecting endorsement of the accessibility features on the iPhone.
This app might be just be so cool that it's worth getting an iPhone just to use it. "When you press the camera button, Buttons records the current time or location, then searches the net for other photos that have been taken in the very same moment or place."
Now this is how to do a location-based app: overlays of London through time ...in the palm of your hand.
Jonathan Stark's book is available online, in HTML, for free.
A timely reminder: don't hide information behind mouseover events.
Adam Greenfield is spot-on here, dismantling Apple's "imitate real world objects" design guideline for iPhone and iPad apps.
A nice collection of free apps for your mobile device. No app store required, thanks to offline storage.
A clear explanation of device-width from PPK.
PPK proposes a new buzzword for standards-based mobile development: HTML5 Apps. Definition: "an iPhone app that works on several other platforms, too, and doesn’t have to go through the app store approval process."
A great portable jQuery reference. No app store required — this uses offline storage.
A free iPhone/iPod Touch game for every day of advent.
PPK offers a rebuttal to Paul Graham's attack on Apple's App Store policies by placing the blame firmly at the feet of developers who refuse to embrace web technologies.
A hands-on account of the new accessibility features in the iPhone. Sounds like a great experience.
The iPhone App of Magnetic North's wonderful serendipitous Flickr photo viewer is now available for free. It's lovely.
A glossary of typography that you can carry around with you.
Where I’m actually living in augmented reality, Jefferson Airplane and what does this mean for photos. « geobloggers
Rev. Dan Catt's augmented reality future is here; it just isn't evenly distributed yet.
It looks Wheel of Tea is going to face some stiff competition from this iPhone app.
This looks like a nice book reading app.
This could be a handy iPhone app for the Clearleft office.
Tetris for type geeks on the iPhone.
An iPhone game that mashes up Sudoku with Tetris. "Drop numbered discs into the grid. Whenever the number on a disc matches the amount of discs in its row or column it disappears. Keep the board open to keep scoring, and survive as long as you can. Clear the board or set off huge chains for big bonus points."
Like Shazam, but for fonts. Snap a picture of some text on your iPhone and this app will phone home to the WhatTheFont mothership in order to identify it for you.
An excellent write-up by Bruce of a talk he gave at the Betavine birthday party. Down with .mobi! One Web FTW!
This guy is sooooo busted.
Apple have gathered all their resources about accessibility into one handy site. I sense the work of James Craig.
Screenshots of various log in screens on the iPhone. I think Cindy has been hanging out with Luke W.
An iPhone-optimised schedule for South by Southwest.
Awesome iPhone wallpaper images from the awesome Anton.
Looks like Apple are trying to redefine the term "web app" to mean sites created for the iPhone. The revisionism is completely barefaced.
Early adopters of the iPhone now get a $100 of Apple Store credit. Nice bit of customer management.
Looks like the iPhone has been unlocked. Jesus phones want to be free.
A browser-based IM client from AOL. You heard it here first folks.
Apple Developer Connection - iPhone for Web Developers - Optimizing Web Applications and Content for iPhone
Straight from the horse's mouth, advice for web developers on how the iPhone's browser renders pages. I'm very intrigued to find out how it handles liquid designs with no set min-width.
David Pogue gets down and dirty with the iPhone. The good: "It feels amazing in your hand." The bad: "Typing is difficult."