The iPhone and iPod Touch may not be the most successful smartphone and multimedia devices in history, but they're certainly the ones with the biggest buzz. [UPDATED for the holidays.]
The game uses the iPhone 3G and 3Gs' built-in GPS to locate the gamer and then scatter virtual letters around their real world location. You then have a set amount of time to locate the letters and use them to spell words for a score.
In Seek 'n Spell you use the iPhone 3G's built in GPS to run around the real world gathering letters that you can use to score points with big words you spell out.
Here's a quick look at the load times of the iPhone 3G versus the iPhone 3GS.
Next week at Apple's annual World Wide Developers Conference the company will be unveiling its new iPhone, a device that will sport an improved 3D graphics chip, operate on a new, higher-speed network and hit mid-July, sources tell Kotaku.