Originally Posted by GQB
Ah... technological elitism at its best.
"Everyone should spend every waking moment learning to become a computer wiz like I did... if they have other things to do with their lives, they're...
Originally Posted by stompy
As many have already said, iOS doesn't handle this well. Let me spell it out for you:
1. Child asks for app
2. Parent enters password and download app (maybe even pokes around in the app)
Originally Posted by ktappe
And if the child in question is 4 years old? Good luck trying to teach them not to click on the pretty smurfberry they need to expand their Smurf village. I wonder if you've ever been a parent. It's a...
This is garbage. If they warn you that in app purchases are real money before you download the app and then you don't watch what your kid is doing it's your fault. Or even worse, you've given your kid your password that's linked to your...
Originally Posted by Logisticaldron
As stated in a recent post, most of the articles posted on this site only offer one, maybe two new paragraphs and everything else is a recap. Its been asserted that this practice is kind of...
I never noticed until recently, but most of the articles posted on this site only offer one, maybe two new paragraphs and everything else is a recap. Kind of annoying.
I am really looking forward to the new MBP announcement. I'll be...
Originally Posted by asdasd
( is it worth replying to every moron, I wonder?)
No need to insult yourself...have some self esteem!
Seriously though, if the publishers don't like it, they can create a store, then create a...
I won't read all 70+ comments so someone may have said this before, but I don't see how it's unfair for Apple to take 30% of the cut. They run iTunes, they run the App store, they set up the dev program for the app to exist, they have...
Bye Sony. Let us know how sales go do the 5% of the market who doesn't have an iPod or iPhone as their music player.
And to the guy who buys cd's, 20 cents a track for 15 songs when I only want one or two is still more than iTunes.
Originally Posted by Takeo
Just because touch is cooler and more "gee whiz" doesn't make it better. In the case of a music player, the click wheel is far superior. You can easily skip or change volume with one hand and...