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Two days before the long-awaited unveiling of the company’s “latest creation”, Apple revealed financial results for its Q1 2010 (ended December 26, 2009).
Apple sold 8.7 million iPhones in the quarter, representing 100 percent unit growth over the year-ago quarter.
UK’s largest mobile TV service is now available for iPhone and iPod touch.
Sky announced the availability of the Sky Mobile TV App on the App Store. The company has created a dedicated app for the service specifically for iPhone and iPod touch. The app allows users to stream live TV via WiFi and the channels available include all Sky Sports channels, Sky Sports News, Sky News, ESPN and At The Races.
Vonage has launched Vonage Mobile, its first mobile calling application for smartphones. This free downloadable application provides seamless, low-cost international calling while on Wi-Fi or cellular networks.
It’s available for download on the iPhone, BlackBerry and iPod touch.
The app works with the existing mobile plans, what lets you keep your number, mobile device, existing contacts and mobile service provider.
Apple is to start selling digital songs without copy protection software from iTunes along with over-the-air download songs for the iPhone.
Announcing the changes at the Macworld Expo trade show in San Francisco, Apple marketing exec Phil Schiller also detailed plans to roll out variable pricing on digital songs at iTunes with songs priced between USD $0.69 cents and $1.29.
iPhone owners are the single largest source of mobile WiFi data traffic worldwide, particularly in the US and UK, according to AdMob.
In the US, the Apple handset represents 50.6 per cent of all requests from handhelds of any kind, followed by the iPod touch, which accounts for 28 per cent of the requests.
The best non-Apple device, Sony’s PSP, only manages 13.1 per cent of this traffic.