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Nike+ on the iPhone {Updated}

Posted August 20, 2008 1:00 PM by Jovan Washington

We’ve all known that Nike+ was supposed to come to the iPhone, we’ve just been waiting a bit longer than expected. So what is in store for us? Nike+iPhone=Awesome!

Or a lot of great features and smart implementation, Nike+ definitely uses the iPhone’s technology to its advantage to create a better user experience and offer a better feature set.

Because of the capabilities of the iPhone, a lot of the stuff that Nike+ used to run on the Mac and on the Web are now being run on the iPhone itself.

You’re able to keep track of all the classic stats and maybe even map out your route with GPS. So the iPhone’s sensors and chips are going to be well used by this app.

Looks very promising…

Via: Gizmodo

So it turns out that the supposed screenshots that were leaked to iPhone.fr were in fact faked. AppleInsider noticed that the app showed someone using it to listen to a Coldplay song, but Apple doesn’t offer developers a way to play music on the device in any way besides the iPod application. As cool as it would be to see this come true, it hasn’t happened yet.


  1. haha, a day or two after everyone other blog has exposed this as fake, you have covered it, this blog is now deleted from my bookmarks.

    Posted by bob on August 21, 2008 4:08 AM
  2. I’m pretty sure iPhone matters is really broken up about losing you bob.

    Posted by @lbie on August 22, 2008 10:38 AM

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