iPhone Addict for September 14th 2007

This week in iPhone news:

  • Apple sells the one millionth iPhone
  • iFlickr allows users to upload pics from their iPhone to Flickr
  • iUnlock, a a free software SIM unlock was released
  • Apple says updates will most likely break 3rd party apps
  • Free iPhone ringtone makers start to appear

Apple sells the one millionth iPhone
On Monday Apple sold the one millionth iPhone. It only took 74 days for Apple to reach the one million mark, a feat that took the iPod 2 years.

iFlickr allows users to upload pics from their iPhone to Flickr
iFlickr is a 3rd party iPhone app that allows users to upload photos taken with the built-in camera in their iPhone directly to Flickr at full resolution. You can also upload your iPhone photos by email by getting a special email address from Flickr.

iUnlock, a a free software SIM unlock was released
A software SIM unlock was released to the public. iUnlock (which has ties to our sister blog TUAW) has been used to unlock iPhones in over 90 countries.

Apple says updates will most likely break 3rd party apps
After word got out that Apple was taking a neutral stance on 3rd party native iPhone applications, in an interview with Gearlog Apple said future "software updates will most likely break" 3rd party apps.

Free iPhone ringtone makers start to appear
After Apple starting selling ringtones through iTunes several free iPhone ringtone makers have started to pop up. MakeiPhoneRingtone allows you to drag and drop ringtons onto your iPhone, and this simple hack within iTunes allows you to turn any existing mp3 into a ringtone.

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