1. dylan23's Avatar
    this was on the macworld expo website for the conference programs
    looks like 3rd party apps might be comming into play

    i dont know if its apples apps or just web but i see the words third party

    iPhone Super Session
    Of course you know how to make a call and listen to tunes on your iPhone.
    The iPhone Super Session takes you way beyond the basics, exploring areas including converting the media you own to an iPhone compatible format, contact and event organization, the best of Web-based iPhone applications and accessories, and power management. Need more? We'll explore popular (and not so popular) hacks for turning your iPhone into a portable entertainment and information powerhouse.

    In this session you will learn:

    * How to convert DVDs and other media files for iPhone playback.
    * How to pack the most media into your iPhone's limited storage space without greatly sacrificing quality.
    * How to install third-party applications to your phone, despite Apple's apparent objections.
    * How to best organize your contacts, events, and bookmarks for easy access.
    * How to make your iPhone behave when it's not feeling its best.
    2007-10-04 05:49 PM
  2. ijustin's Avatar
    "...despite Apple's apparent objections"

    That is old and was before the unlock and before 1.1.1
    2007-10-04 05:55 PM
  3. dylan23's Avatar
    How old because i just found this signing up for the keynote
    2007-10-04 06:01 PM
  4. ijustin's Avatar
    Atleast a month if not longer
    2007-10-04 06:03 PM
  5. dylan23's Avatar
    even so why would they have that up there in the first place . .
    apple didnt have any problem with the apps but they didnt exactly support it and not to a point of teaching people how to download apps at their keynote
    if its a month old then apple most deff would have said somthing by now
    2007-10-04 06:08 PM
  6. ijustin's Avatar
    I stand corrected the date is set fot Jan 2008! Good find

    2007-10-04 06:42 PM