TiPb loves answering your emails, but we also love sharing our answers with the community in hopes that more people will benefit, and even better answers will present themselves (hey, that's why we have them forums!). Today's question comes from Jozsoo:
Is there an iPhone-friendly version of the web apps section of Apple's site? Seems odd to me that the iPhone maker has no such tailor-made service on its site. Or am I missing something? Maybe you could cover this on your blog for others, too, to know.
Engadget brings the news: there will be an Apple event next week, on October 14th. Obviously, based on the invitation above (which we didn't receive, sniffle), the focus is going to be on notebooks. Presumably there will be a new form factor or two to talk about here based on Apple's rumored "Brick" manufacturing technique, where they carve the case out of a single block of aluminum.
The only possible iPhone angles we're seeing here:
So you are having issues with your iPhone? Maybe you jailbroke it and things did not go as well as you planned? Perhaps you have to take your iPhone back to an Apple Store because of a hardware related issue and you are jailbroken? Well I will tell you how to restore you iPhone back to it's factory settings in a few simple steps.
Word of warning before you begin:
Restoring your device will erase all data from your iPhone or iPod Touch, including songs, videos, contacts, photos, calendar information, and any other data. All iPhone or iPod Touch settings are restored to their factory condition.
More after the jump!
Wow. From NDA zero to 24 cities around the globe in one week flat! I guess it really is cheetah's that change their spots! Apple's Developer Connection (via Apple Insider) has all the details, locations, and schedules:
The next round of our new contest has just opened!
Head on over to the iPhone Exchange and Enterprise Forum to see the list of candidates and vote on the one you most want to see reviewed. We'll review the two highest vote getters head-to-head and app-vs-app next Wednesday, and if you vote or post on the forum thread, you have the chance to win the winning App!
Woz co-founded Apple and pretty much kick-started the personal computer revolution; fair enough. Since then, however, he's made his bones as a fairly big practical joker. Which Woz was it, then, who told the Telegraph:
A digital remake of a director's slate with clear audio and video sync cue, Slate features a large display of production, director, scene, take and current time. With easy to increment scene and take number, Slate comes with two colors; white and black, and two sync cues; beep and clap.
GolfTraxx for the iPhone offers support for landmarks as well as distances to front, center, and back of each green. The GolfTraxx iPhone edition is fully integrated with the GolfTraxx database which contains hole-by-hole information for over 21,500 courses in across the globe Frank DeBenedetti, founder of GolfTraxx says:
“We took the very best features from our other versions and utilized the outstanding graphics of the iPhone to create an easy to use interface for iPhone which golfers are able to use on their first trip to the course.”
iDayZ is a simple application for your iPhone or iPod Touch that reads through your contacts and gives you a list of all upcoming birthdays and anniversaries. You can sort by upcoming events, age, event type or last name. Click on the individual birthday or anniversary and see all the details including what what astrological sign the person is or what gift for that anniversary.