Wednesday, July 16, 2008
With all the huge features that Apple added in the 2.0 software such as MobileME support, Exchange Support, App Store, and many others. But in the midst of all these big features, there is one small one that will be very helpful. It seems that Apple has added the functionality for multiple address endings such as .com, .org, .edu, and .net.
Posted by scott at 5:54 PM
Apple seems to have released a new software update. Even though there are about 2 of you that haven't updated, I though I would go ahead and write about it anyways.The iPod touch update hasn't seemed to have done anything.
I have heard from MacRumors that Apple is already testing the firmware 2.0.1!
Posted by scott at 5:44 PM
After all the iPhone rumors that were running around, Greg Joswiak sat down with AppScout to settle some problems. He said that copy and paste is what he would like in the iPhone, but it wasn't as important as the other features Apple shoved in there. He also mentioned that he is surprised that someone hasn't put anything in there for the GPS. TomTom has been in the works to invent an app that will make the GPS better.
Posted by scott at 5:34 PM
After the amazing launching of the App Store, then the iPhone 3G, an astounding 1 Million iPhones have been sold and still counting. Also, there have been 10 Million app downloads! Even though the apps have had some flaws, people are still enjoying it all.
Posted by scott at 5:21 PM
Seems like the iPhone Dev Team has done it again. For about the 7th time, the iPhone Dev Team has officially PWNed the iPhone 2.0 Software. I'm not sure what the advantage is of the pwnage tool besides the installer. I don't really care about any of that stuff. Anyways, seems like Apple will have to put out a NEW** Software update.
Posted by scott at 4:25 PM
First people have to wait in lines from like 2 hours - 2 days, then the iTunes Activation Servers go down. At that time, AT&T and Apple had to send home the iPhone 3G customers to activate their own iPhones.
Update: Apple has, after 2 hours or so, fixed their servers. Happy Activation!!!
Posted by scott at 4:16 PM
After playing around with all the wonderful apps that developers and Apple has put out there, I don't think that everyone is very happy with the apps that have been crashing and that have caused the rebooting of your iPod or iPhone. I bet in the next couple of days we'll here about Apple testing a NEW Firmware. I guess we'll just have to see what happens though.
Posted by scott at 3:57 PM
Well it seems that Apple has updated their iPod Touch page. They have several links on the site but yet they lead nowhere. Throughout the whole entire day people have been checking to see if Apple had posted a NEW link. I, myself, as well as many other iPod Touch owners, were very frustrated with the not available 2.0 Firmware. After about 14 hours of the iPod Touch 2.0 being ''out,'' Apple finally posted the new link at about 11:30 PM CST. I'm sure everyone was very excited with the new link. I sure was. The 2.0 has been pretty good except for a couple things. The apps crash sometimes and sometimes the apps make the iPod reboot. Anyways, glad it's here.
Posted by scott at 3:44 PM