The iPhone onscreen keyboard conveniently offers a .com button within Mobile Safari. Wouldn’t it be nice to have this feature available in iPhone Mail, too? And why stop at .com – having other popular top-level domain choices would also be helpful. Here’s how to reveal these hidden choices on your iPhone keyboard.
These Mactoids highlight iPhone and iPod, including tips, techniques and methods to increase your productivity on the iPhone/iPod platform.
Mobile Safari is a fantastic browser but viewing websites on a 480×320 pixel screen can require quite a bit of scrolling. If you’ve ever found yourself at the bottom of any iPhone content and wish to quickly scroll to the top – here’s how to do it with a single tap.
I’ve previously explained how to take Mac OS X screenshots using the Grab utility or keyboard shortcuts. But did you know the iPhone can also takes screenshots without the need for any third-party software? Here’s how.
The iPhone 2.2 Software Update is available. Interesting. Apple releases this iPhone update on the same day that the first touchscreen BlackBerry debuts. Makes you wonder if we owe the BlackBerry Storm a big “thank you.”
Apple has finally bowed to common sense and decided to drop the NDA for released iPhone software. This is good news for iPhone developers and good news for iPhone owners. Here’s the wording straight from Apple.