Tag: copy and paste

Apple Updates iPhone 3.0 For Developers


  Most of us know that iPhone 3.0 came out a couple of weeks ago for devlopers and now Apple has released a new build for developers.  There have been a lot of different issues reported about the first 3.0 build and Apple has seemingly fixed quite a few of those issues.  I for one have had an issue with it no longer working with the dock connector in my car on a Pioneer stereo you can find in our review section.  The problem has been very intermittant and works about 1 out of 15 times.  No word yet on if this new build fixes this problem, but it does address a number of issues including, search,copy and paste, tethering support, in-app purchases, push notifications and many more enhancements for developers.  There is still no release date for the public, but if you have developer access, get your new build now.


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iPhone 3.0 to include tethering, MMS and Copy and Paste?

  We know a new version of iPhone software is coming soon and we have some new details on what that may include. These features are still rumors, but we would think very likely for a revamp of the software that reside on the iPhone.  The first is MMS or Multi Messaging Service, which would finally allow for photos to be sent via SMS, just like every other phone out there.  The second feature we have heard is tethering of which most of know what that is all about, but if you don’t, it allows you to conect your iPhone to your laptop and use its 3G connection.  Thirdly, the illustrious copy and paste may be upon us and avilable with this software release.

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Copy and Paste App Openclip shut down by Apple

Openclip is an open source app that allows copy and paste within iPhone.  The much wanted and left out feature that all iPhone users wanted no longer works with Apple’s new firmware.  The app is open source so there is a good chance it will work again, but we are out of luck for now.  Too bad it no longer works as it did not violate any of the SDK.  C’mon Apple,  just add it in..


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