updated 03:15 pm EDT, Tue September 11, 2007
iPhone: One to One offer
In brief: Apple has begun offering iPhone buyers a free 30-day trial of its One to One service, Six Apart has released a mobile version of its TypePad blogging software customized for Apple's iPhone, and Peachpit has unveiled The iPhone Book: How to do things you want to do with your iPhone. USBFever.com has released its new iPhone Deluxe leather case, Freeverse has released Big Bang Sudoku for iPhone as well as iPod touch, and a new comic has surfaced poking fun at the recent iPhone price cut. Apple is offering new iPhone customers 30 days of free access to the company's One to One personal training service. The trial version offers identical service to the full $100 subscription except for a limit of five 50-minute training sessions. iPhone purchasers now receive a folder card that includes the phrase "The Apple Store, Included with every iPhone."
TypePad for iPhone
Six Apart has released a mobile version of TypePad -- the company's blogging application -- that is customized for Apple's iPhone. The mobile release allows bloggers to easily create new posts, edit existing posts, manage comments from their community, and configure settings to send photos directly from an iPhone on-the-go.
TypePad's latest mobile release adds to existing mobile blogging capabilities which include "post by email" and TypePad Mobile -- a smartphone application for devices running Symbian, Windows Mobile, or Palm operating systems.
"The iPhone Book"
Peachpit today unveiled "The iPhone Book: How to do things you want to do with your iPhone" by Scott Kelby and Terry White. The new title is a colorful and easy-to-use guide to the most useful and requested iPhone features that takes a casual to-the-point approach to learning.
Leather case, Big Gang Sudoku, price drop comic
UBSFever.com has unveiled its new iPhone Deluxe Leather Case (Flip Type) for Apple's iPhone that offers protection from bumps and scratches while offering easy access to all vital controls.... Freeverse has released Big Bang Sudoku for iPhone and the newly unveiled iPod touch, a free game played through Apple's Safari Web browser that is customized to take advantage of the Cupertino-based company's multi-touch technology.... One user has posted a comic poking fun at Apple boss Steve Jobs' recent iPhone price drop and the letter the executive issued shortly afterward.