An Internet-enabled smartphone developed by Apple. The iPhone combines mobile phone capabilities with a wireless Internet device and an iPod into one product. The iPhone also includes a 3.5-inch multi-touch screen (4-inch Retina Display on the iPhone 5), rather than a keyboard, that can be manipulated by users with by two finger touches. The iPhone runs on a special version of Apple’s Mac OS X operating system.
- iPhone Hacks
iPhone Hacks is used to describe any iPhone downloads, unlocks and tutorials that are intended to open the iPhone device to achieve what Apple “never intended”, like connecting an external keyboard to the iPhone, record full-motion video, or remotely access your home network to control a desktop computer. Using the word Hacks is a misleading […]
(1) Short for intrusion prevention system. (2) Short for IP Storage, this technology is being standardized under the IP Storage (ips) IETF Working Group. Same as SoIP.
- iPhone SDK
A software development kit (SDK) released by Apple that allows people to write applications for both the iPhone and the iPod Touch. The iPhone SDK includes the Xcode IDE, Instruments, iPhone simulator, frameworks and samples, compilers, Shark analysis tool, and more. To download the iPhone SDK you must have an Apple ID. Developers have long […]
- the Apple iPod
Apple’s iPod is a small portable music player. Users can transfer songs to their iPod with their computer, iTunes, and the iPod software. Since the release of the Apple iPod in 2001, under the iPod brand Apple has released many variations of its product such as the iPod classic, iPod Touch, iPod Shuffle, iPod Mini, […]
Global IP Solutions (GIPS iSAC) is a proprietary wideband codec used in high and low-bit-rate VoIP communications. GIPS iSAC is designed to offer better than PSTN quality at dial-up modem data rates. Since the codec automatically adjusts transmission rates from a low of 10 kbps to a maximum of 32 kbps it is also well-suited […]