iPhone at LBL
Note: Information on this page refers to iPhone 3.0 software released by Apple on June 17, 2009. If your menus look different, you need to upgrade!
Summary: What Works
iPhone is a supported and recommended smartphone platform. That means that you can expect to get support from LBL whether or not your iPhone is owned by the Lab.
Search of email via IMAP can time out.
In 3.0+, you can use the LDAP directory as described below.
LBL Provided iPhones
IT Division can provide you with a Lab provided iPhone and service with appropriate approvals. Learn more>>>
Lab GMAIL Email Configuration (New Standard)
You can now look up people in the LBL Directory directly from your iPhone contacts.A step by step tutorial is here>>
Other LBL Applications
The Lab now offers VPN Service on the iPhone! You can access internal only lab sites from your iPhone. Configuration instructions can be found here. The software can be downloaded from software.lbl.gov.
You can now connect to the Lab's lbnl-employee wifi with your iPhone, iPod or iPad. To use LBNL-Employee wireless, download the configuration here from your iPhone, iPod or iPad via Safari. Follow the instructions on your device to complete the configuration. After you install this profile it will prompt you for your LDAP username and password. The profile will be good until you change your ldap password. If you change your ldap password; please remove this profile from your IOS (iPhone, iPad or iPod) device and download and re-install this profile again.
iPhone news (offsite)
New iPhone Fights Steve Jobs' Surprising Mistake - Forbes
New iPhone Fights Steve Jobs' Surprising Mistake Forbes
Apple's success is based on the introduction and growth of the iPhone. But Steve Jobs' strategy had a flaw. At some point, you no longer have room to grow.
Apple Leak Corroborates Ugly New iPhone Design - Forbes
Apple Leak Corroborates Ugly New iPhone Design Forbes
is planning some surprising upgrades for its 2019 iPhones, but by far the most controversial is an ugly prototype design. And now it appears this will be Apple's ...
A first ever look at the original iPhone engineering prototype [Gallery] - 9to5Mac
A first ever look at the original iPhone engineering prototype [Gallery] 9to5Mac
The Verge has managed to get access to the original iPhone engineering prototype, known as an engineering validation test (EVT) sample ...
Foldable iPhone Concept Looks Better Than the Galaxy Fold - Tom's Guide
Foldable iPhone Concept Looks Better Than the Galaxy Fold Tom's Guide
A designer imagines what the foldable iPhone may be like, all the way down to the price.
Angry Birds AR is coming to iPhone this spring - TechCrunch
Angry Birds AR is coming to iPhone this spring TechCrunch
Angry Birds: Isle of Pigs took the scenic route to the iPhone. Rovio began flirting with augmented reality on the Magic Leap of all places, releasing First Person ...
Here’s the latest great feature Android stole from the iPhone - BGR
Here’s the latest great feature Android stole from the iPhone BGR
Google surprised us all last week when it came from out of nowhere and released the first Android Q beta. At first we had expected it a bit earlier in the month ...
iPhone XS Max vs. Galaxy S10+ speed test: The results might surprise you - BGR
iPhone XS Max vs. Galaxy S10+ speed test: The results might surprise you BGR
Year in and year out, Apple manages to crank out new iPhone models with increasingly impressive and arguably unrivaled hardware. Though Android has ...
iPhone XR colors: how to choose the right shade for you - TechRadar
iPhone XR colors: how to choose the right shade for you TechRadar
The iPhone XR is available in six different colors suited to a variety of styles and tastes.