We’ve had a slew of coverage of the iPhone 3G S today and the iPhone 3.0 software launch on Wednesday. Here’s a wrap-up of the key news:
— Today’s launch of the iPhone 3G S at Apple’s San Francisco Stockton Street store went smoother than the launch of the iPhone 3G last year. The block-long line was shorter, but online pre-registration and no activation problems made it easier on fans.
We were there at 7 am to video the line. Check it out here.
— Cleve Nettles at 9 to 5 Mac put together a tethering tutorial for the latest iPhone 3.0 software. It walks you through the process of using the iPhone to connect your computer to the Internet.
— A Sirius/XM satellite radio app is now available on the iPhone.
— We put together five tips for those buying iPhones for business.
— The iPhone demographics are expanding beyond the geek market.
— AT&T is improving the upgrade pricing for the iPhone.
— The iPhone 3G S’s new map features proved good news for some startups, bad news for others.
— Just what exactly is inside the iPhone 3G S and what does it mean for important apps such as games?
— 3G S video has a cool auto-focus feature.
— We put together a guide to the stuff that doesn’t yet work on an iPhone 3G with 3.0 software.
— TwitterFone and TwitVid are iPhone videos to Twitter.
You can also find a roundup of announcements Apple made about the iPhone at the Worldwide Developers Conference here.
[photo credit: line in NYC. Caroline McCartney/CNET]
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