Posts Tagged ‘3.0’
Gameloft has just released a new theatrical trailer that introduces a new game you are working. It’s called Dungeon Hunter, an Action RPG game that will be published soon in the AppStore:
One day, in an enchanted kingdom, all the inhabitants and the fairies of the kingdom came together to celebrate the union of the prince with his beloved. Later the princess died and the prince could not accept it, deciding to commit suicide.
In the realm utter chaos broke out and lost the balance between good and evil. The Devils began to devastate the men and there was only one way to restore the balance ..
via iSpazio [Google translation]
There are several iPhone explosion cases across the Europe. French authorities is really concerned about the problem. Some report said iPhone is overheated, but Apple denies it. They have made an official responses saying it may not be Apple’s fault. They said the incidents may be caused by external force. Apple Europe wants the victim to give them the broken iPhones for further investigations.
The number of cases remains single digit, but it’s not sure whether it will grow or not. No one has confirmed the iPhone has battery overheat problem, yet…
Update 1: Section birthdays in fact, always shows an age of 8 years, as you can see in this screenshot.
Update 2: For anyone with Chat Issues, just log in to your Facebook on your PC and then get Offline, the back Online. Then go to your iPhone’s Facebook and it should work.
Tip #1: You can move the icons of the Facebook 3.0 menu by holding down on one of the icon (like in springboard) and move it around, like the image below:
- A new home screen divided into 9 sections, which allows easy access to various options, research and notifications
- “News Feed”
- Ability to create a new Photo Album
- Ability to upload photos in each album
- Zoom in photos
- Tagging System Simplified
- Album Profiles
- Ability to add profiles and favorite pages to the main screen
- Also improve the Notifications (with direct links to quickly respond to comments)
- The messages that we are writing will remain saved even if we receive a phone call (or other types of breaks)
- Ability to upload videos on the iPhone 3GS.
- Landscape keyboard for messaging friends
Facebook has submitted the updated Facebook 3.0 for iPhone to Apple already. It’s not sure when will it get approved, but Facebook 3.0 for iPhone is a major upgrade. It features with new user interface with 9 boxes. You will be able to “like” friends’ status or photos. If you own iPhone 3GS, you will be able to upload videos to Facebook. That’s amazing. While we are waiting for the upgrade, Facebook team has posted new screenshots of Facebook 3.0 app. More after the break. And here are the new features,
- See your upcoming Events and RSVP
- See your friends’ birthdays
- See Pages and post updates and photos to Pages you administer
- Write Notes and read your friends’ Notes
- Upload videos from an iPhone 3GS
- Upload photos to any album
- Complete photo management (create albums, delete albums, delete photos, delete photo tags)
- Change your Profile Picture
- Zoom into photos
- Like posts and photos
- See the same News Feed as the Facebook website
- Visit links in a built-in web browser
- See all of your friends’ friends and Pages
- See mutual friends
- Easily search for people and Pages
- Make friend requests
- Become a fan of Pages
- Quickly call or text your friends
- Create shortcuts to your favorite friends and Pages
- Friends sorted by first or last name according to your settings
- Chat friends sorted alphabetically
Facebook engineer and — more importantly to us — Facebook iPhone (and iPod touch) app developer Joe Hewitt announced on Twitter that he:
Just uploaded Facebook for iPhone 3.0 to the App Store for review. [...] I’ll be posting more details and screen shots to the app’s page on Facebook this week
Here’s the Facebook page if you want to follow along, and we’re guessing a lot of you do based on how many tweeted and sent this our way! (Thanks everyone!)
REMINDER: No push notification in Facebook 3.0, that’s road mapped for 3.1, which the developer will be starting work on next…
Daynah from PHP-Princess.net just couldn’t abide the meager 11 pages and paltry 180 apps provided by iPhone 3.0, so she went about forcing Apple’s SpringBoard home screen manager to give her more. How did she do it?
Check the link above for the details, but the but gist is filling up more than the default 11 pages (additional apps will still be hidden), then moving built-in apps to the last spot, then moving in an additional icon to force a built-in app off the 11th screen, the downloading an app to fill in the empty spot, and… presto — 12th page.
Ninja level work-around to be sure, but if you can’t live with 180 visible apps, and decide to experiment, let us know your results!
Joe Hewitt, Developer of Facebook for iPhone, keeps his promise, and after having communicated personally to be near the finish line, is now known, through Twitter, that the application was finally completed. It was then moved to various locations in order to support various languages.
The Japanese are already ready, but still missing all the European ones. The work is progressing without major problems and within two weeks should be able to send it to Apple.
Hewitt has promised that the new update will be free of these bugs fastidiosissimi the current version and in addition will have all the features followed:
- A new main screen divided into 9 sections that allow easy access to various options, research and notifications
- The “News Feed”
- Possibility of creating new photo albums
- Ability to upload photos in each album
- Zoom in photos
- Tagging system simplified
- Album Profile
- Ability to add profiles and pages for the Main Screen
- Also improve the Notifications (with direct links to the comments to respond quickly)
- The messages that we are writing will be saved even if we receive a phone call (or other types of interruptions)
- Ability to upload videos dall’iPhone 3GS.
ruly amazing images from those reported iPhoneClub.nl on an iPhone 3G that has led to a small fire inside a car, completely ruining the passenger seat.
The unfortunate Pieter C. had left the iPhone in the car for a few hours and on his return he immediately noticed a huge “stain” of black smoke on the glass front. The device was not connected all’accendisigari the car and was left in stand-by. However, a case brought White Belkin, who probably did not allow a sufficient passage of air in such a way as to enable a self-cooling.
via iSpazio [translated by google]
Speaking of iPhone 3GS accessibility features, it looks like Apple is improving them in iPhone 3.1 Beta 2 by adding a new “triple click” option to the home button to toggle VoiceOver, Toggle White on Black, and Ask (which then will pop up a menu offering Turn VoiceOver On, Turn Zoom On, Turn White on Black On).
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