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One of the most talked about features of the new iPhone 3.0 software update is internet tethering, or being able to use your iPhone as a mobile modem for your laptop. Both Optus and Vodafone have announced they’ll support the service, although Optus has stated that they’ll be charging you for the privilege. Telstra, Three and Virgin are all yet to publicly announce support for the feature, but thanks to some enterprising people, you can get your iPhone tethered to your laptop for free, today, regardless of carrier. Here’s how.
Remember a couple of years ago when Apple launched the first iPhone in the US and neglected Australia? Remember how heaps of people couldn’t wait to get their hands on the so-called ‘Jesus-phone’ so bought it on the grey market, then jailbroke it so it would work in Australia? Well, reader Andrew was one of those people, and after some playing around with the new 3.0 OS and downgrading back to the current 2.2 software, he discovered that he suddenly had Vodafone’s visual voicemail working.
One of the much wanted features to be made available with the iPhone 3.0 software beta – alongside MMS – is tethering via USB and Bluetooth. Reader Jennifer from Axiom software has sent us a pretty awesome guide to tethering your iPhone to your laptop via Bluetooth for Australians. While we haven’t tried it ourselves (no iPhone 3.0 beta to play with, unfortunately), she claims that it’s pretty stable and works well. Here’s how to do it:
Did our Listening Test week light up the fire inside to dust off some old records and whip a turntable back into shape to start enjoying them again? It’s really easy, and cheap. Here’s how.
Do you love music? Have a giant hard drive? Maybe two? I’m guessing that might be the case, and here’s what you should do: give up lossy audio compression for good for pristine lossless files.