AT&T activated 4.7 M iPhones in Q3 2012, gains iPhone subscribers + MORE iPhone News 10/24/2012

More iPhone news and updates!  A round up of the latest Apple iPhone articles from around the net.
Tweetie Creator Loren Brichter Discusses His Long-Awaited Follow-Up

Loren Brichter, the brains behind Tweetie and a former Apple employee, unveiled his first new application Wednesday since developing the beloved Twitter client in 2008 and its follow-up Tweetie 2 in 2009.
Letterpress [iTunes link], his new iPhone app, is a turn-based multiplayer word game that prompts users to make words from a 5-by-5 grid of letters. Each user is assigned a color and when the user makes a word out of the letters, those tiles turn their color. The goal is to get as many points from making words before every letter on the board changes color…

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AT&T activated 4.7 M iPhones in Q3 2012, gains iPhone subscribers

AT&T announced its quarterly earnings on Wednesday and confirmed that it activated 4.7 million iPhones in the third quarter of 2012; 18 percent of these iPhone owners are new to the company. This figure closely matches the 4.8 million iPhones that the carrier activated in the same quarter last year and is up from the 3.7 million it activated in Q2 2012. In the quarter, the carrier sold a total of 6.1 million smartphones and reported a 6.6 percent increase in wireless revenues.AT&T activated 4…

Continue Reading On The Unofficial Apple Weblog »

Brad Mangin has quickly become the king of the baseball Instagram. A veteran sports photographer, he’s been lighting up Insta with snappies from the nine Bay Area playoff games with his iPhone, which he says has become one of his favorite cameras.

Continue Reading On Wired.com »

Daily Deals for October 24, 2012
- The Unofficial Apple Weblog

It’s time to save some of that hard-earned cash with our Daily Deals, featuring a handy list from Dealnews and our own hand-picked selections. Today, we’ve got some iPhone accessories in the mix and, as always, some sweet deals on iOS and OS X software (all prices are USD).

Hardware and Accessories

Electronics Expo: [iPod Accessories] Tivoli iSongbook iPod System for $125 + $13 s&h.

MacMall: [External Hard Drives] Refurb LaCie 2Big 4TB Thunderbolt External Hard Drive for $300 + free shipping…

Continue Reading On The Unofficial Apple Weblog »

Daily iPhone App: Eyelord has your fill of squishy orb matching

Eyelord is the latest title from the folks at Secret Exit, whose game Zen Bound and its sequel you probably know well. Zen Bound was a well-produced game with a really excellent design, and Eyelord follows that trend, with a simple mechanic held up by triple-A quality production.

The game is essentially like PopCap’s Zuma, where you throw little colored balls into a moving line and try to match them up and clear them out before they can reach the center of the screen. There are two big differences, however…

Continue Reading On The Unofficial Apple Weblog »

What does Apple’s new iPad tell us about Apple’s future new product launch plans? Maybe a little.
Over the past few years years, Apple has scheduled its gadget launches in fairly regular, annual cycles. That is: New iPad in the spring, new OS X in the summer, new iPhone and iOS in the summer or fall, new iPods in the fall. (New Macs whenever.)
But with today’s big iPad launch — including the iPad mini and a new, fourth-generation iPad — Apple leaves a big question mark for next spring: What’s it going to announce between January and June?
Will Apple move the iPad to a six-month update cycle, unveiling new iPads annually in both the spring and fall?
Probably not — an annual update still seems frequent enough…

Continue Reading On ReadWriteWeb.com »

Letterpress for iOS sees Tweetie developer return to spotlightThe developer behind hit app Tweetie has returned with a new wordgame for iPhone and iPad, Letterpress for iOS, the handiwork of twelve months of downtime from the public eye. The game pits players against each other across a board of letter tiles: as in Scrabble, players make different words, claiming the tiles for their own color, but can see those tiles seized back when the other player has their turn.

Along the way there are ways to prevent your blue tiles being stolen away, by blocking them in, but the premise is generally straightforward…

Continue Reading On SlashGear.com »

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