- iOS Deals of the Day – Labor Day Weekend Edition
- Promo Code Giveaway: G5′s Letters from Nowhere, Royal Trouble: Hidden Adventures and Mahjong Artifacts: Ch 2
- iPhone 5 poses next to iPhone 4 and iPhone 3G
Posted: 31 Aug 2012 11:56 AM PDT
You can always count on awesome App Store freebies and deals during notable holiday long weekends, and this one is no exception. EA Mobile has dropped nearly all their iOS games to $0.99 and a good number of other apps ‘n games are either now free or can be had for a dollar. Some of the more notable titles include Extreme Skater (Apple’s App of the Week), Robbery Bob and Luxor 2. And for those of you who are finally going back to school, make sure that you grab ReaddleDocs, a must have all-in-one file manager for the iPhone. Now hit the gap for the complete roundup of links.
Posted: 31 Aug 2012 10:07 AM PDT
With the long Labor Day Weekend just about to begin, we thought it’d be a good time to run a quick promo code giveaway (you do remember those right?). This one is courtesy of G5 Entertainment and the 3 games involved are: Letters from Nowhere ($4.99), Royal Trouble: Hidden Adventures ($4.99) and Mahjong Artifacts: Chapter 2 ($2.99). The first two are fun hidden object games with a storyline and the last being everyone’s favorite mahjong tile-matching variety. Entering is as easy as submitting a comment below, so if you’re feeling lucky, check out the details after the break!
Posted: 31 Aug 2012 09:06 AM PDT
New photos of the iPhone 5 were published today by Nowhereelse.fr and in them, the iPhone 3G and iPhone 4 are shown side-by-side. The upcoming iPhone is noticeably slimmer and taller, while maintaining its width (at least from the 4/4s). The two-toned design is consistent with what we’ve seen previously, though these images don’t provide a view of the phone’s bottom, where all signs are pointing to a newly positioned earphone jack, a smaller dock connector and redesigned speaker grill. It’s certainly interesting to see how the iPhone has evolved over the past several generations, not to mention that for the very first time, it has made the leap to a 4″ display (from 3.5 inches). Check out the rest of the comparison shots after the break.
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