Archive for the ‘iPhone’ Category
The internet shopping experience can be daunting. Think about it: virtually everything you can buy is sitting somewhere for sale on the internet. It’s like walking into a mall that stretches for hundreds of miles. Even if you just look at the Apple world, we have dozens of different iPad models, not to mention all the iPods (nano, shuffle, touch and classic), and then the hundreds of Mac configurations on top of that. Read More »
I was upgrading my iPhone software, and ended up wiping my iPhone with no backup. It was a blast from the past before sim cards, and iCloud. First thing to do when you have lost all your contacts is to keep breathing. If the incident happens at home or work, keeping a cool head will help. No need to take out your frustrations with your family or co-workers. Read More »
Naturally we run a few iPhones around the office, and just for kicks we upgraded an iPhone 3GS to iOS 4.0.1 and ran a (totally unscientific) comparison on how the signal bar strength display differs with iOS 4.0.1 v.s. an identical iPhone 3GS running 4.0. Of course, the actual reception of the device is unchanged – this is just a cosmetic fix to more “accurately” display the signal strength.
Yeesh. Looks like the truth hurts: Read More »