Will there be new 2.0 Apps for these...?

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by badgerman, Jun 11, 2008.

  1. badgerman macrumors 6502a

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    I have an N95 and will be selling for a 16gb on seven eleven. :D

    A few things I really wanted the 3g iphone to do include;

    1) Use a podcast (incl latest version of a podcast hence dont have to select it as a tone each night a new podcast is synced) or MP3 as an alarm tone.
    2) Use any MP3 songs as message or ringing alert.
    3) Download new podcasts with 3G or wifi or at least sync with my laptop via BT.
    4) Have a simple low powered clock and an icon for message/missed call as a screen saver on the standby screen. Do you have to slide and unlock each time you want to check the time or if you have missed any calls?
    5) Have podcasts open as a single button on the home screen.

    Are these possible on the current iphone? Do you think these will be available as a cheap apps in July?

    Only really had a brief go with the curent iphone in a shop.

    Cheers ;)
     
  2. extraextra macrumors 68000

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    MP3's as ringtones - you can do this if you have a Mac and Leopard (Garageband), I think.
     
  3. JBaker122586 macrumors 65816

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    You don't have to slide to unlock to see new messages or the time now.
    You just click the home or sleep button, and they will show before you have to unlock.
     
  4. SFStateStudent macrumors 604

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    Gawd, the OP is one easy to please future iPhone owner! :p
     
  5. badgerman thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    I dont only a PC!

    Will this be a new app then, its pretty basic thing to do?
     
  6. JBaker122586 macrumors 65816

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    I think there's a converter you can use on the PC to do it too. There are step-by-step instructions out there. You basically just have to convert an audio file into an "m4r" and put it in your iTunes library.
     

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