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Weekly Recap: AT&T, iPhone, Legal & Patents, and Reflection


AT&T Details Possible Prepaid Plans; Brings iPhone to Vermont

AT&T has recently released details of a no contract prepaid cell plan to offer customers. The mobile provider has also acquired Unicel, which has opened the door for their services in the state of Vermont, who will at long last be getting the iPhone.

READ → – AT&T’s No Contract iPhone, Possible Prepaid Plan Details
READ → – AT&T Buys Unicel: iPhone Finally Confirmed Heading to Vermont

iPhone nano Rumors, Sales and Surveys

More evidence of an iPhone nano has surfaced this week, by a third party iPhone case manufacturer, who had allocated a section of their website to an upcoming iPhone nano. The iPhone Dev Team had released a how to video on unlocking the device and a recent survey had shown the increase of the iPhone’s market share over the past summer months. Additionally, Walmart has confirmed to be selling the iPhone this coming Sunday, December 28 and the 32GB iPhone may be coming after all.

READ → – More Evidence of iPhone Nano Leaked Through Case Manufacturer
READ → – iPhone nano Evidence Builds Up, XSKN Posts Entire Case Listings
READ → – iPhone 3G Unlocking Process, Demo Posted (VIDEO)
READ → – iPhone Market Share on the Rise While PC Share Slips
READ → – Walmart Confirms Selling the iPhone for $197, Sales Begin Dec.28th
READ → – AT&T Dumping 8GB Refurb iPhones for $99, Making Way for 32GB Model?

Lawsuits and Swipe Gesture Patents

Apple, Google and Microsoft are all under the gun for utilizing “file preview” functionality in both web browsers and operating systems. A recent Apple patent, dubbed Swipe Gestures for Touch Screen Keyboards details interesting new implementations of touch gestures.

READ → – Apple, Google and Microsoft Sued Over File Preview
READ → – New Patent Outlines Swipe Gestures for Touch Screen Keyboard

Reflection

This week we have taken a look back at this past summer’s MobileMe mishap to determine whether the painstaking transition from dot-mac was ultimately worth it.

READ → – Reflection: Was This Summer’s Mobile Me Meltdown Worth It?

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