Get Better Gear!

Premier Sponsors

TechRestore

Other World Computing

Top 5 Free Apps

Release Date: August 05, 2009
Genre: Games
Release Date: May 22, 2009
Genre: Games
Release Date: August 29, 2009
Genre: Games
Release Date: March 27, 2009
Release Date: August 07, 2009

iTunes New Music Releases

Release Date: September 29, 2009
Genre: Rock
Release Date: September 20, 2009
Release Date: September 15, 2009
Release Date: August 25, 2009
Genre: Rock
Release Date: August 25, 2009

Top 5 Paid Apps

Release Date: April 22, 2009
StickWars $0.99
Release Date: March 31, 2009
Genre: Games
Bloons $0.99
Release Date: April 05, 2009
Genre: Games

Discover New Music

  • Mystics Anonymous

    • 8 out of 10
    • Mystics Anonymous
    • Mystics Anonymous is the brainchild project of Jeff Steblea, a fantastic songwriter and good friend of mine, as well. In fact, I even played the drums on all but one of the tracks on this album. Jef
  • Gimme Fiction

    • 10 out of 10
    • Spoon
    • Gimme Fiction by Spoon is a terrific album by an Austin band that I was lucky enough to catch on an Austin radio station during a Christmas visit.

  • Guero

    • 10 out of 10
    • Beck
    • Beck is the modern master of the groove, and Guero is merely the latest example of this. From the opening power chords of "E-Pro," to the Pac-Man cuteness of "Girl," to the dirge-like lullab

  • Odyssey Number Five

    • 10 out of 10
    • Powderfinger
    • Guitar-driven rock out of Australia, Powderfinger has not seen much exposure in the States, but should get a nod for their toe-tapping songs. Building off their previous release, "Internationalist" (
  • Trouble

    • 8 out of 10
    • Ray LaMontagne
    • At first, Ray LaMontagne might strike you as just another breathy-voiced knockoff of folk/rock guitarists like John Mayer and Jack Johnson. But he's actually got a better voice than either, he tell

Reader Specials

Visit Deals On The Web for the best deals on all consumer electronics, iPods, and more!

iPhone

Apple Press Releases Change iPhone Nomenclature to “iPhone 3GS”

Apple has changed the nomenclature for its iPhone line from "iPhone 3G S" to "iPhone 3GS," at least in its press releases. While the iPhone's Web site still refers to iPhone 3G S, the press release the company issued Monday morning used the more concise naming scheme.

Perhaps more importantly, the company retroactively changed the press release that initially announced the new device to read iPhone 3GS. Until today, that press release had read "iPhone 3G S."

iPodObserver.com has asked if these changes represent Apple's official nomenclature going forward, and will update this article when the company responds.

iPhone 3GS or 3G S?
To space or not to space?

4 comments from the community.

You can post your own below.

gopher said:

The Apple ][gs lives!  The new revision is the the ///gs!

   Quote

geoduck said:

LOL I knew that sounded familiar

   Quote

Dave Hamilton said:

LOL gopher! That’s beautiful… I always wanted a ][gs, now I’m happy I have the ///gs!

   Quote

Bosco (Brad Hutchings) said:

Way back in the day, before the Internet and before Craigslist, when dialup BBSs ruled the world, I once acquired an Apple //gs. A few days later, I got a knock on the door from the police. They said it was reported that I traded a weight training set for the //gs and that there was a complaint that it wasn’t a “fair trade”. I agreed to give the //gs back if they would deliver my old weight training set, even though the police realized what had happened and told me I was under no obligation to anything and wrote a report I could produce if sued.

So, I gave it back, but clipped a pin on the CPU chip first. Never heard back from them.

   Quote

Page 1 of 1 pages

Post Your Comments

  Remember Me  Forgot your password?

Not a member? Register now. You can post comments without logging in, but they'll show up as a "guest" post.

Commenting is not available in this section entry.