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Cut and paste, MMS highlight iPhone 3.0 improvements

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At long last, iPhone and iPod touch users gain cut, copy and paste features, thanks to the forthcoming iPhone 3.0 update. That led off more than 100 new features introduced on Tuesday during Apple’s iPhone 3.0 event in Cupertino, Calif. The new software will be in developer’s hands starting Tuesday, and is expected to be released this summer for users.Copying and selecting is accomplished using a double-tap technique, and you can drag to select a block of text or other content. You can also copy and paste between applications. The feature works for blocks of HTML and photos, also. As Apple demonstrated it Tuesday, cut, copy and paste only works in Apple applications, but the features will be available to all applications.

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Apple event will highlight iPhone OS 3.0

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Earlier today, Apple issued a press event announcement that promises to offer a "sneak peek" at iPhone OS 3.0. It'll go down at 10am Pacific on March 17th in Apple's Town Hall building in Cupertino.As usual, the whole thing is rather cryptic. From the "blueprint" graphic and text, it sounds like the event will be limited to an overview (but not a release) of iPhone OS 3.0. Perhaps we'll learn a bit about any changes to the SDK as well.

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Apple lockdown

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Lately, it seems Apple has been assaulted on all sides from hardware, i.e. Nokia's 5800, the BlackBerry Storm, the upcoming Palm Pre, T-Mobile's G1, to online services such as Nokia's Come With Music download service, plus the announced BlackBerry and WinMo app stores. Now, even "small-time" developers are getting a shot at some of the action (and profits) with the Cydia store. Sure, the iPhone's most enticing aspect is its OS, but how long can it keep cranking out relatively minor upgrades to the OS each year, and designate each release with a new number? It seems that through the Cupertino company's stubborness, it has always been a few steps behind what people currently want and what third-party vendors are willing to provide. Copy & paste, MMS, tethering, video recording, and a handful of other apps which Apple has failed to deliver have already been made possible by addons through Cydia or Installer.

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How to Use Cydia: A Walkthrough

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If you have used Installer.app in the past, Cydia should look somewhat familiar and be fairly straightforward to use. Here’s a basic walkthrough to help you navigate through and get the most out of Cydia. NOTE: This only works on jailbroken phones, see our 3G Jailkbreak Tutorials for Mac Users & Windows Users.

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Bringing Debian APT to the iPhone

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The iPhone (or iPod Touch) is a 667MHz computer (albeit one that is only running at 412MHz) with 128MB of RAM and between 4 and 32 GB of flash. For software, it is running a pared down Mac OS X with its standard complement of a FreeBSD-based userland over a Darwin kernel. While some people wonder why anyone would attempt to use it as a Unix workstation, to me and many others it seems ludicrous not to. It is little wonder, then, that one of the first packages that was available for the device was "BSD Subsystem": a set of standard Unix utilities to make your average developer feel right at home. From grep and sed to vim and pico, this package provides the base of many a late-night coding session. Unfortunately, actually using your iPhone in this fashion for even a short period of time quickly becomes infuriating due to a number of oversights in the configuration and compilation of these fundamental utilities. While it was commendable that someone managed to accomplish this at all, the work shouldn't have stopped at "it installed" and should have continued until "it works".

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Cydia Software

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Currently with the release of the iPhone 3G which comes with OS 2.0 and the related iPhone pwnage tools many of the apps written for the older Installer.app have to be ported over so developers are working on that. In the next few weeks you will start to see more and more apps in Cydia with lots of cool new features, so check back often.
Use iPhone mods and hacks at your own risk! Installing 3rd Party iPhone apps requires you to jailbreak the iPhone before installing the native software and apps. Browse the full list of all iPhone and iPod touch native 3rd party apps filed under the software category.

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