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iPhone 3.0 Released
Andrew Villa, Student/Intern, Assistant
San Jose | CA | United States | Posted: 2:00 PM on 06.17.09
->> For all of you that have been waiting oh so long for 3.0 has been released. I've been running it for a while now, but I'm glad to see the final build is out.
here are a few of the new features:

Copy and Paste: Quickly and easily cut, copy, and paste text from application to application. Select entire blocks of web text with a tap. Copy and paste images from the web, too.
- Landscape Keyboard: Want more room to type? Rotate iPhone to landscape to use a larger keyboard in Mail, Messages, Notes, and Safari.
- Spotlight Search: Find what you’re looking for across your iPhone, all from one place. Spotlight searches all of your contacts, email, calendars, and notes, as well as everything in your iPod.
- Safari: Enjoy faster performance, autofill user names and passwords, and more.
- Auto Wi-Fi login: Log in to a Wi-Fi hotspot and iPhone automatically logs you in when you connect again
- Find My iPhone: Find your iPhone if you lose it and protect your privacy with Remote Wipe.
- Shake to Shuffle: Give iPhone a shake and it shuffles to a different song in your music library.




My personal favorite is landscape keyboard, and second is shake shuffle.
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Mike Brice, Photographer
Toledo | OH | USA | Posted: 3:05 PM on 06.17.09
->> The spotlight search is nice - it makes finding a contact much faster than going to the contacts listing
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Jeff Mills, Photographer, Photo Editor
Columbus | OH | USA | Posted: 3:39 PM on 06.17.09
->> Woohoo, copy and paste! Its the most basic of things that you really do end up missing the most
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Rich Cruse, Photographer
Laguna Niguel | CA | USA | Posted: 4:13 PM on 06.17.09
->> Got it and LOVE it! Tested the Find my iPhone feature and it was within 100 yards of my location. Be sure to turn on the feature on the iPhone. It requires a Mobile Me account as well.

Copy and Paste, Landscape Keyboard and Text Message forwarding are welcome new features too!
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Robert Longhitano, Photographer
North Wales | PA | USA | Posted: 4:14 PM on 06.17.09
->> still playing with it. The "Find my phone" works great! Apple really should consider putting a password on the switch that turns this feature from on to off.
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Rich Cruse, Photographer
Laguna Niguel | CA | USA | Posted: 4:20 PM on 06.17.09
->> I agree Robert. For those if you who want to update, but need to still receive calls, consider turning on the Call Forwarding to another number while you update. It could take 20 minutes or more for the entire process.
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Jared Wickerham, Student/Intern, Photographer
Pittsburgh | PA | U.S.A. | Posted: 4:59 PM on 06.17.09
->> I'm still experiencing some problems with 3.0. The 3G network(although Wi-Fi works) is not working (Mail, Facebook, etc) and I'm currently on the phone with Apple and ATT at the same time. I reset the Network Settings and still have nothing. Hopefully no one else is having this problem but if you are, hopefully I can soon let you know what my problem was!
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James Broome, Photographer
Tampa | FL | US | Posted: 5:47 PM on 06.17.09
->> I agree with Rich's advice. The process may take between 20 and 40 minutes depending upon the state of the authentication servers (iTunes). Mine was closer to 40 minutes.
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Baron Sekiya, Photographer, Photo Editor
Keaau | HI | USA | Posted: 12:09 AM on 06.18.09
->> I had problems with the upgrade since Apple's activation servers were overloaded so I did a trick people are passing along. After getting iTunes to download the firmware and it's going to do the install it will be extracting the firmware, cut your internet connection at this point. iTunes will bypass the activation server and install 3.0

Also anyone try this for tethering?
http://bit.ly/tzSF6

You first :)
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Craig Mitchelldyer, Photographer, Assistant
Portland & Orange County | OR and CA | USA | Posted: 12:27 AM on 06.18.09
->> New software is sweet. And so nice to tether. Check this link out: http://macmegasite.com/node/7173
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Baron Sekiya, Photographer, Photo Editor
Keaau | HI | USA | Posted: 12:55 AM on 06.18.09
->> Notes syncing has finally made it! Turn it on in iTunes.
You can set up iTunes to automatically sync your notes with email applications such as Mac OS X Mail and Microsoft Outlook (requires Mac OS X version 10.5.7 on a Mac)

And as a bonus you can finally change the ugly Comic Sans font on your computer, then it will sync back and be in the new font on the iPhone. Much more readable.

This is gonna be great to keep those lists of rosters and snippets of html code ready to copy/paste. Along with recipes, shopping lists and anything else that you need to keep track of out in the field.

Now if they can just implement folders for the notes that would be most excellent.
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Andrew Villa, Student/Intern, Assistant
San Jose | CA | United States | Posted: 1:48 AM on 06.18.09
->> Craig,
I'm checking that link out now. Thanks for the link!

-Andrew
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Rich Cruse, Photographer
Laguna Niguel | CA | USA | Posted: 1:52 AM on 06.18.09
->> Craig:

That is a cool trick! I just ran it and it worked like a charm! I am sure Apple will disable it again soon, so best to copy that info down and store that file somewhere for future use!

Now I have to get a new MacBook to use it on! I sold mine last week!

Cheers!
Rich
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Bradly J. Boner, Photographer, Photo Editor
Jackson | WY | USA | Posted: 1:59 AM on 06.18.09
->> The "Find My iPhone" feature isn't all it's cracked up to be. If someone finds (or steals) your phone, all someone has to do is be smart enough to turn off Location Services or Find My iPhone in MobileMe and the feature will be useless.
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Bradly J. Boner, Photographer, Photo Editor
Jackson | WY | USA | Posted: 2:03 AM on 06.18.09
->> Should be noted that to really protect your iPhone you should apply a passcode. I only wish Apple added a feature where you could manually set the time where a passcode would be required.
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Chris Parent, Student/Intern, Photographer
Harahan | LA | United States | Posted: 2:06 AM on 06.18.09
->> This link shows how to tether your iphone now. Its not hard at all.

http://tinyurl.com/mpvxxs
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Andrew Villa, Student/Intern, Assistant
San Jose | CA | United States | Posted: 2:07 AM on 06.18.09
->> tethering is activated. so stoked. and it is quite fast.

:)
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Jared Wickerham, Student/Intern, Photographer
Pittsburgh | PA | U.S.A. | Posted: 8:11 AM on 06.18.09
->> So, I had the internet problem fixed, but now I have NO 3G WHATSOEVER! I'm really starting to hate this update!!!
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James Broome, Photographer
Tampa | FL | US | Posted: 9:01 AM on 06.18.09
->> Baron - Note syncing is good news, but what I'm really waiting for is To-Do List syncing with Outlook. I'm surprised it *still* isn't a feature on the iPhone.
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James Broome, Photographer
Tampa | FL | US | Posted: 9:04 AM on 06.18.09
->> Bradly - you make a very good point about the Find My iPhone feature. If the thief can flip a single switch and disable your iPhone's self-locating application - what good is the feature at all?

But (as you also pointed out), if someone is really worried about protecting their iPhone, they'll passcode it anyway.
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Jim Colburn, Photo Editor, Photographer
McAllen | TX | USA | Posted: 9:21 AM on 06.18.09
->> One reviewer says that most of the features of the new iPhone (aside from ones that require a hardware update) will be available shortly for old iPhone owners as a software update.
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Bradly J. Boner, Photographer, Photo Editor
Jackson | WY | USA | Posted: 10:52 AM on 06.18.09
->> Jim - The software update was made available yesterday...

http://www.apple.com/iphone/softwareupdate/
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Bradly J. Boner, Photographer, Photo Editor
Jackson | WY | USA | Posted: 11:26 AM on 06.18.09
->> James - I have Location Services shut off pretty much all the time to conserve battery life unless I need to use it for something. I'm also not a MobileMe subscriber, so the Find My iPhone feature isn't really practical for me.

The upgraded battery life and 32 GB capacity are really the only things I really envy about the new 3GS. But I found that I've been able to greatly extend the battery cycle of my 3G by doing the following:

-Turning off 3G and Location Services unless they're needed.
-Turning on the "Auto Brightness" for the display
-Leaving WiFi off unless I need to use the internet.

With all of this stuff turned off I only have to charge my phone every 2 1/2 to 3 days. I found with everything on I had to charge after about a day and a half.
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Robert Caplin, Photographer
New York | NY | USA | Posted: 11:50 AM on 06.18.09
->> hey guys,

i upgraded and all seems well, except it doesnt seem my text messaging is updated to the version where i can send pictures via mms....anyone else have that problem?

i looked under settings and doesnt seem like there is anything to switch it on....the app looks the same as it was before...no button to add a picture as in the write-up on apple.com.

thanks,
robert
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Kevin Novak, Photographer, Assistant
Bel Air (Baltimore) | MD | USA | Posted: 12:14 PM on 06.18.09
->> Robert,

It's a fine-print item that states MMS is coming in "late summer."

http://www.apple.com/iphone/softwareupdate/
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Rich Cruse, Photographer
Laguna Niguel | CA | USA | Posted: 12:18 PM on 06.18.09
->> Hi Robert:

The MMS text messaging is only available if your carrier supports it. ATT is not supporting MMS on iPhones just yet. It should happen in the summer.

FYI, I tried the tethering hack last night and it worked as advertised. The problem is that somehow it kills Visual Voicemail notifications! I confirmed this with a friend who did not run the tethering hack. I am now doing a full Restore to see if this fixes the problem.

My advice is don't run the hack if you want Voicemail notifications until a fix or explanation is offered.

Rich
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Dave Pawlak, Photographer, Photo Editor
Santa Cruz | Ca | USA | Posted: 12:30 PM on 06.18.09
->> Robert,

According to AT&T MMS is not going to be supported until the end of summer time - ish.


To everyone else, is anyone having trouble syncing applications after the update? I have all the apps in my iTunes (Ver 8.2) but they will not sync to the phone and its becoming frustrating.
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Rich Cruse, Photographer
Laguna Niguel | CA | USA | Posted: 12:36 PM on 06.18.09
->> Okay, if you have run the tethered hack and want to restore the Visual Voicemail notification, you don't have to do a Restore. All you need to do is the following:

you have to manually set the voicemail protocol

settings>general>network>cell data> under Visual Voicemail
under APN

type: acds.voicemail

This comes courtesy of Robert Mohns at macintouch.com

Thanks Robert!
Rich
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Rich Cruse, Photographer
Laguna Niguel | CA | USA | Posted: 2:02 PM on 06.18.09
->> Okay, here is the fix to restore original settings and re-enable Voicemail.
Open iTunes, option+click on Restore and navigate to the original file in your iTunes User folder.
The location will be Users/YourUserName/Library/iTunes/iPhone Carrier Support
Select the original file: ATT_US.ipcc

It will change the settings back to the original and voicemail "should" be restored.

My voicemail is back to normal.
What is interesting is that tethering remains available as an option. I cannot get it to work on my MacPro with Bluetooth or USB connection however.
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Bradly J. Boner, Photographer, Photo Editor
Jackson | WY | USA | Posted: 3:12 PM on 06.18.09
->> Does anyone know of an app for 3G iPhones that will give you the same functionality of the voice dialing/voice iPod control feature on that's on the 3GS? I have a voice dialing app on my 3G that works great, but would love one that does voice dialing AND voice control of the iPod.

Why Apple made this a native feature on the 3GS only, I have no idea. It's a software issue (not hardware) so there's really no reason not to include it in the 3.0 update, other than the fact that if people want it bad enough they'll have to upgrade their phone.
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Don Feria, Photographer, Assistant
union city | CA | United States | Posted: 4:05 PM on 06.18.09
->> Bradly, check out Say Who LITE, its free, and its a voice dialer. It can autodial direct or show you a list of results then dial which number you'd like. I'd rate it a 7.5/10 or so. Not fantastically great, but does the job.
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Chris Parent, Student/Intern, Photographer
Harahan | LA | United States | Posted: 5:48 PM on 06.18.09
->> I found that with the tethering if I try and connect from my computer it works, but if I try to connect with my phone to my computer, it doesn't. Hope that helps someone. Does anyone know if they are charging for the data streamed over the tether right now?
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Andrew Villa, Student/Intern, Assistant
San Jose | CA | United States | Posted: 6:01 PM on 06.18.09
->> Tethering with the iPhone is free right now, because what you are doing is not through the front door. By applying this hack, note the word hack, you are going around AT&T, therefore keeping it free. If you keep it on the DL and don't transmit too much data, you will probably be okay, but in the future it will cost money to use your phone to tether.
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Bradly J. Boner, Photographer, Photo Editor
Jackson | WY | USA | Posted: 6:51 PM on 06.18.09
->> Don - Funny, that's actually the one I have. Like I said, it works great for voice dialing. But I'm looking for one that has voice dialing AND iPod voice control capabilities, similar to the 3GS' Voice Control:

http://www.apple.com/iphone/iphone-3g-s/voice-control.html
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Robert Hanashiro, Photographer
Los Angeles | CA | | Posted: 4:27 PM on 06.19.09
->> Anyone upgrade from the iPhone 3G to the new S?

I wanted to know if it was worth the hassle to get the new phone ... I've had the 3G version since September and love it.
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Tom Knier, Photographer
Lancaster | PA | USA | Posted: 4:35 PM on 06.19.09
->> The macro capabilities and autofocus all but sealed the deal for me, photo-wise... The new 3GS is quite impressive.

And seriously, isn't it about time the most advanced phone in the world does video?
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James Broome, Photographer
Tampa | FL | US | Posted: 4:40 PM on 06.19.09
->> Robert - I upgraded from the 3G to the 3GS. So far, it's about the same. Of course, it's only been an hour or so and I'm still fiddling with trying to move everything over to the new phone...

I'll report back in a day or so, though.
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Jim Sykes, Photographer
Montgomery Village | Md | | Posted: 4:42 PM on 06.19.09
->> There is an easier way to enable tethering than the above process. Go to www.benm.at/help ON the iPhone and download the profile they have set up. Then once you install it, you just go into settings and enable tethering. You dont have to do anything in iTunes or in Terminal.
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Steve Boyle, Photographer
Philadelphia | PA | USA | Posted: 6:37 PM on 06.19.09
->> Doesn't hacking the phone to enable tethering void several contracts / warranties with AT&T / Apple?
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Jim Sykes, Photographer
Montgomery Village | Md | | Posted: 7:28 PM on 06.19.09
->> If you use the link I gave you, its actually not a hack at all. Apple has put tethering into the OS, ATT just has not activated it. All that does is create a custom profile that enables the tethering. If you ever need to shot anything to ATT, you can actually just uninstall the profile and there is no record of it on the phone.
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Francis Specker, Photographer
Riverside | CA | USA | Posted: 8:58 PM on 06.19.09
->> I think the new iPhone 3gs is worth the upgrade for photographers. Better camera, selectable auto-focus, and video. You can trim your video and upload directly to youtube. The phone also has a faster processor and video chip which makes thing go much faster. The camera bag app now is quick instead of taking forever with the old phone. If you need more memory for all those new video files, it comes in 16gb and 32gb models.
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Delane B. Rouse, Photographer, Photo Editor
Washington | DC | US | Posted: 10:11 PM on 06.19.09
->> Robert-

The new phone is definitely "snappier" and the video capability is nice. I LOVE the new voice control feature, it is very well executed and flat out works.

It's definitely worth every penny to make the upgrade to the 32 GB model.
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Mike Brice, Photographer
Toledo | OH | USA | Posted: 10:41 PM on 06.19.09
->> If you break the TOS isn't that the same as stealing, like when a client pays for web use, but uses it in print as well and doesn't want to pay extra?

Just wondering out loud.
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Bradly J. Boner, Photographer, Photo Editor
Jackson | WY | USA | Posted: 1:32 AM on 06.20.09
->> Francis - I would suppose that would be the case if a photographer's primary camera were his or her iPhone.
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Erik Warren, Photographer
Burlington | NC | USA | Posted: 5:46 AM on 06.20.09
->> Mike

I disagree that jailbreaking the phone is stealing or immoral. When a phone is broken neither apple or att lose money or are affected. An image that was purchased for web only and is then printed is cutting the revenue of the photographer.

I prefer this analogy:
If I buy a car and put a supper charger in it there is nothing wrong with that, yes the warranty is gone but no crime has taken place.

Jailbreaking only gives the phone more capabilitys or fixes the manufacturers shortcomings. A number of the upgrades 3.0 gives, many people have had for some time.

P.S.
You can restore a broken phone and all traces of the break are gone.
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Delane B. Rouse, Photographer, Photo Editor
Washington | DC | US | Posted: 7:44 AM on 06.20.09
->> Erik...AT&T's terms of service clearly indicate that "iPhone is configures to work only with the wireless services provided by AT&T", so your analogy isn't accurate.

When you buy a car you can drive it off a cliff since you own the car outright. When you buy a cell phone for the discounted price you've agreed to AT&T's terms of service.

When you jailbreak a phone and use other wireless services or services that AT&T does nt provide you are at the minimum violating the TOS and potentially stealing (since you're not paying for a service).

Delane
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Erik Warren, Photographer
Burlington | NC | USA | Posted: 9:58 AM on 06.20.09
->> You are referring to unlocking the phone, that allows people to use it on different networks like T-mobile.
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Daniel Putz, Photographer
Jefferson | MD | USA | Posted: 11:33 AM on 06.20.09
->> I have an iPod Touch, and the update is $10. WHAT THE HELL.
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Delane B. Rouse, Photographer, Photo Editor
Washington | DC | US | Posted: 1:15 PM on 06.20.09
->> Daniel...it's always been that way (not that always has been a long time)...something about government licensing or something...
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Delane B. Rouse, Photographer, Photo Editor
Washington | DC | US | Posted: 1:21 PM on 06.20.09
->> Daniel, after speaking to my wife she informed me that it's it’s part of the Sarbanes Oxley law. Basically the law prevents Apple from changing functionality of a product that they’ve already declared revenue from. So, to get around this, they need to charge a fee for a new product (the 3.0 software).

Apple has gotten around this for the iPhone/AppleTV, accounting for their payments over a 2 year period, so that they can keep adding new features to your iPhone/AppleTV for free for over that time. They didn’t use this accounting method for the iPod Touch however. This means that legally, they can’t just add apps to the iPod Touch for free.
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