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According to this video made by TiPb, all iPhone 3G users who suffered slowdowns because the iOS 4 upgrade may see their iPhone's performance considerably boosted after they install the incoming iOS 4.2.


One of the most frustrating things about buying phones in recent years is that even when you buy it on a contract, the phone itself is still generally locked to the carrier you've signed with, and to unlock the phone you need to pay the carrier a heap of cash. Telstra has just eased some of that pain for iPhone users, killing off the unlock fee for locked iPhones.


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If you are considering upgrading your iPhone to a newer model, Mike Heller and Chris Pinnock made a video that will help you decide: a no-prisoners speed race between the original Jesusphone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4.


I've been in a long-term relationship with the iPhone since well before the iPhone 3G launched in 2008. From that very first Jobs keynote, I've been captivated by the stunning design and intuitive user interface, the diverse functionality and the convenience of the iPhone. But now, as I approach the end of my 24-month iPhone 3G contract, I'm discovering that the passion has died, and it's time to move on. iPhone 3G, I think I'm leaving you.


As picked up by David Flynn at APC, Telstra CEO David Thodey has responded to a comment on the Telstra Exchange blog to announce that the company is "working with Apple to enable tethering on the iPhone", although he can't reveal any specific dates. It's kind of mind blowing that it hasn't happened already, although I'm sure it's what happens when you get two companies so focussed on doing things their own way that neither is willing to make the sacrifice necessary to bring this service to their customers.


So this whole GPS app on your phone situation is one big clusterf%*k of confusion, isn't it? First there was talk that it could be illegal, then it wasn't, then VicRoads said they were going to make it illegal in Victoria, and now they're saying that it will be illegal, except if you use it in a cradle. Feel like buying a dedicated satnav yet?