Archive for August, 2010

Buy Used Or New iPhones and iPhone Accessories at Discount Prices

Posted by aifkod on August 29, 2010

Things I Can't Do #3: Be Without My iPod by Elín Elísabet

The article describes the solution for hunting / downloading free iPhone videos and music. Rip DVD/CD, convert iPhone video (support AVI, MPEG, WMV, MOV, RM, DivX, DVD, VOB, Youtube, Limewire and more to iPhone conversion), and put video on iPhone.

* iPhone video format: which video/audio formats Apple iPhone playbacks?

* The way to download free iPhone movies, music videos and songs.

* How to rip CD and transfer music to iPhone?

* How to rip DVD, convert video to iPhone and put video onto your iPhone?

* Youtube meets iPhone.

1. iPhone video formats supported

The device supports playing movies, TV shows, music videos, podcasts in MPEG-4, H.264, MP4 formats. It can also playback music, audiobooks in MP3, both unprotected and protected AAC, Audible and Apple Lossless audio formats.

2. Hunt media for iPhone and download it

Would you like to download free iPhone videos, iPhone music videos, songs and straight transfer to your iPhone without converting? OK. Just follow me. The following solution provides several ways to get it.

1) Download free movies/music via P2P network

Limewire is fast and popular file sharing freeware working on Windows, Linux and Mac OS. Through the P2P (peer-to-peer) network, you can free download various files by its catagory or keyword searching. No spyware, No virus!

Certainly, you can also use other P2P programs like eMule, Morpheus, Shareaza, MLDonkey and get resources from BitTorrent, eDonkey, Napster network.

2) Purchase videos/music from iTunes store

ITunes music store has a lot of TV shows, movies, video clips, games, podcasts and audiobooks. There are two different kinds of iTunes files. One is Digital Rights Management (DRM) protected, the other is DRM-free named iTunes Plus. Using your Windows PC or Mac computer, you are able to get albums or a single title ($0.99 per song).

Officical guide on how to browse and buy music: http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=304674

3) Record iPhone video

If you purchased media from MusicMatch, Yahoo music, Zune, AOL MusicNow, Rhapsody, Sony Connect or other online music stores, and would like to put the movies and songs on your iPhone, you can record the content to iPhone compatible formats using 3rd-party software like Tunebite (free trial), SoundTaxi (shareware), etc.

3. Load CD into my iPhone

Both iTunes and Windows Media Player can rip CDs to MP3 or AAC formats. Let's take iTunes for example. Just insert your audio CD into the drive, launch iTunes software, click 'import' button when iTunes detect the CD.

4. Convert video and sync to iPhone

Want to convert DVD collections (movies, concert or music DVDs) and movie files to iPhone video, or extract iPhone audio from music DVDs and videos? With iPhone video Converter (http://www.iphonevideoconverter.com) software, you will put DVD, AVI (Xvid, Divx), MPEG, WMV, ASF, MOV, DVR-MS, VOB, Rm, Rmvb, MPG, DAT on your iPhone, iPod and watch anywhere and anytime. The ripping process is easy. Just add DVD or video files to the program, choose the target formats from “iPhone 480×320', 'iPod H.264', 'MP3 audio', then start converting videos or extracting audio for iPhone.

5. Youtube to iPhone

Youtube includes .flv, .mp4 extensions. iPhone doesn't play FLV format. But Youtube videos will be encoded in H.264 supported by iPhone to improve video quality and battery life on mobile devices. They'll have 10,000 movies available by June 29th, and should complete transcoding the collection three months later or so.

If you want to convert FLV to iPhone, maybe the free online converter (vixy.net) helps.

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iPhone 4 cuddles up against telescope, snaps impressive moon closeups

Posted by aifkod on August 19, 2010

iPhone: Customized by Dan Rubin

What's a boy to do when he desperately needs a portfolio full of galactic imagery of his own doing? In most cases, we'd suggest he grab up a telescope (or one of these), the biggest DSLR he can find and a planetary expert who knows a thing or two about exposure. But thanks to a mod that's becoming more and more common these days, it seems that you can replace the latter recommendations with an iPhone 4. Yep — Apple's latest smartphone, when paired up with a miniature tripod mount and a telescope, can apparently take lovely shots of our dear moon, and if you're struggling to actually spot it, we hear that Planisphere app is pretty handy. Hit the source links if you're scouting some inspiration. iPhone 4 cuddles up against telescope, snaps impressive moon closeups originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 19 Aug 2010 12:29:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.Permalink   |  Tomytec, Jurilog  | Email this | Comments

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iPhone Marketing Strategy

Posted by aifkod on August 17, 2010

iPod Headphones Collection by williamli

If like many iPhone users, you've discovered that malfunctioning Apple iPhone parts can be a real chore. The decision whether to send an iPhone off to an authorized service center, or simply buy a new one, can put the wallet somewhere between a rock and a hard place. Even if it is cheaper to repair, it might not make any sense to continue with a semi-damaged phone in lieu of a new one for the price. Instead of getting down, it's best to get an idea of what some of the other options are. By finding other users selling broken or damaged iPhones, or even just Apple iPhone parts, it can be easier than you think to fix a broken iPhone- and certainly more economical. Today, Apple iPhone parts are available for low prices, for both the 1st Generation iPhone and the new iPhone 3G model. The same applies to iPods, and other pesky electronic devices. With fairly simple replacement procedures, the average iPhone user should consider a parts replacement before plunking down last month's paycheck for a new product.

Some of the most common problems to face iPhone users are that the LCD screen is of poor condition, rendering the iPhone unusable, that the iPhone has become water damaged, that the battery will not charge or hold charge, that the iPhone has a broken or cracked screen, and that the iPhone won't power on. Instead of tossing the phone out, especially for broken or cracked screens or faulty batteries, make an easy and cheap replacement with used or wholesale Apple iPhone parts. Maybe a repair is covered by a warranty, or maybe not. Regardless, keep all your options open when it comes to electronics repairs. With easy online how-to tutorials and extremely affordable replacement Apple iPhone parts, there's never any need to panic when accidents happen. A phone wouldn't be practical if we could never take it anywhere with us. Our lives demand going to work, the gym, socializing, sporting events, conferences, on business trips and much, much, more. Even with the somewhat fragile nature of the iPhone, there's no need to fear knowing it is possible to get Apple iPhone parts without breaking the bank.

On the other end of the issue? Have a broken iPhone that you just can't seem to get rid of? Why not try selling it for parts. Apple iPhone parts are increasingly in demand, and it could be a great way to get a little cash advanced on your next technological purchase, whether it be an iPhone or not. If not up to the challenge of disarming an old iPhone, try using a company or service that buys old, used, broken and damaged electronic goods. Most of these companies can be found online, will surely buy used Apple iPhone parts, and will trade you for cash. With little to no effort it is entirely possible for some good to come out of an iPhone that has been the best thing you've ever owned or the bane of your existence- but for whatever reason has ceased to function.

Whatever you decide to do with an used, old, broken or damaged iPhone, get online to research how people everywhere are benefitting from buying and selling Apple iPhone parts today!

From logic boards to LCD screens to back covers, http://www.iPhonepartspro.com has everything you need to get your phone back in great shape. With a full line of iPhone repair parts.

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How Apple's App Store Censoring Process Works [Censorship]

Posted by aifkod on August 3, 2010


Shot with an iPhone by wilshirepix

Minutes after telling you about Funny Shoppers—an iPhone application that showcases the trashiest of Walmart's clientele—Apple deleted it from their store. It wasn't a surprise. This is the story of Apple's seemingly schizophrenic approval and censoring process. More »

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