TiPb Live Podcast #93 -- iPad'ed!

Dieter, Leanna, and Rene talk iPad launch day, iPad hits and misses, and favorite apps, plus iPhone 4.0 preview. Listen in!

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Rene Ritchie

EiC of iMore, EP of Mobile Nations, Apple analyst, co-host of Debug, Iterate, Vector, Review, and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter and Google+.

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TiPb Live Podcast #93 -- iPad'ed!


Great Pod Guys, sorry I couldn't come on chat tethering was messed up.
1 Question wouldn't keeping your iPhone under your pillow run you the chance of applying to much force upon the screen?

At the 10min mark on the podcast, it's dead silent for about a minute. Can't hear Leanna even tho a question was directed towards her. :/

Thanks again for the code for Crosswords!
It's great on my iPhone. Cant wait to play on my iPad (when the 3g comes out).

@Lest My head is that heavy!! :P My iPones have lived under my pillow for nearly 3 years. Never a problem.

A buddy of mine gave me a link to your website. It really is genuinely cool, I'll be again for confident.

OK, I found my problem that I did not make the connection for StartStopSound. that was resolved, but you have this &systemSoundID); where &amp was giving me error of &amp not declared so I downloaded your code and saw that you don\'t have it there and it is just &systemSoundID); .