Apple secrecy, iPhone 3GS and OS 3.0 update, Steve Jobs' surgery, BlackBerry switchers, and more.
- New York Times article about Apple's obsession with secrecy.
- Scott, Andy, and Leo are impressed with the camera capabilities of the iPhone 3GS.
- Alex goes crazy creating video accessory for the new iPhone
- Andy feels there are some areas that could use improvement in the iPhone OS 3.0 Software Update: Cut/Copy/Paste implementation, Spotlight, and Voice Control on 3GS.
- Man uses "Find My iPhone" feature to recover lost phone
- Discussion on whether or not it is worth upgrading from iPhone 3G to 3GS.
- According to The Wall Street Journal, Steve Jobs had a liver transplant two months ago.
- Steve Jobs has been seen on the Apple Campus in Cupertino, CA, according to an article published on CNBC.com.
- 12% of iPhone 3GS purchasers are BlackBerry "switchers".
- releases Firmware Update to address SATA speed issues in new MacBook Pro.
Picks of the week
- Andy Ihnatko: Cameras from Flexibits - Free
- Scott Bourne: iPhone Alarm Pack from RingtoneFeeder - $6.49
- Leo Laporte: Dropbox - Free for 2GB Basic Account; $9.99/mo or $99.00/yr for 50GB Pro Account; $19.99/mo or $199.00/yr for 100GB Pro Account
Audible pick of the week: Songs of the Doomed: More Notes on the Death of the American Dream, Abridged, By Hunter S. Thompson, Narrated by Hunter S. Thompson. For a free audiobook, visit Audible.com/macbreak.
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