or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by ahmlco

I understand using RFID and NFC for things like digital wallets and credit cards, but why would Apple not also enable this over Bluetoth or WiFi? Then any existing iPhone, iPad, or Touch could act as your "Home" folder on nearly any current Mac. Just pair them up like you currently do with Apple TVs and Apple Remote apps. Or simply allow encrypted WiFi connections to a password-protected "folder" on an iOS device. As far as I can see, NFC hardware brings nothing to...
Do you idiots not understand how retail product distribution works? If you can get my app in front of 50 million Mac owners, and handle application delivery AND payment processingÂ… I will GLADLY give you 30% of the action.
Quite. I've bought quite a few shows from iTunes, and it's gotten to the point where I can't stand to watch regular television. I refuse to waste 20 minutes of every hour watching ads for Shamwows and Aptivia.... My time alone is worth the buck.
You do know about the Apple TV "Remote" app, right?
First, have you ever used the crappy interface provided by the standard cable box? This is simpler than that. And as to a Coverflow-only interface... get real. There are tens of thousands of movies and TV show/episodes available on iTunes... and you want to browse all of them sequentially with Coverflow??? I, for one, am glad you're not in charge of UI design at Apple....
iWork is currently in its second release cycle. iLIfe (iMove, Garage Band, etc.) have been out much long.
If I pay can I get it before friggin' November? And like one of the commenters above, I don't understand the long delay time either. (And yes, I am a developer.) Why is iOS 4 taking so long to release? This is especially curious since it's already available on the Touch. The download comment does make sense either..if the severs can handle eight million iPhones they can handle a few million ipads..
The shell was originally reported as being aluminum. Even the Gizmodo teardown of the stolen phone said it was aluminum. Which is, as the article states, no one guessed...
Yes, it was pulled. And it's already been reinstated. Shouldn't a news organization like, check for facts or something???
I find it interesting that the seams could provide an electrical break in the case between both sides of the device. Grab the phone, you close the gap. So.... anyone know why it might be beneficial to have a phone that "knows" when it's being held?
New Posts  All Forums: