51 posts • joined Wednesday 7th July 2010 10:59 GMT
"Apple admits iCloud 'unacceptable', vows to not go titsup again" Oops, Too late.
iMessage currently down for many users. lol.
"An instant message sent by your iBuddy will ping on your iPhone, your Mac and your iPad, if you have left those devices on. What's more, it will keep pinging away until you have explicitly opened and received the notes on each device individually."
No, If you read it on one device, it marks as read on all of them at the same time. Yes, my iPhone pings the same time I see it on Mac. But it then marks as read when I've clicked it on my Mac.
Just a thought...
But maybe call their customer services and explain what can easily be an error?
People jumping the gun accusing the worst is how eBuyer has gotten all this bad press...
It happens to the best of them.
Pre-ordered on the 7th...
and it arrived on the 14th in the vodafone store. Went and picked it up at lunch time on the 14th with no issue.
System was a bit slow, mind.
Only issue I did have was porting my number... they have a huge backlog of porters going on it seems... But eventually happened late Monday night.
All good here
Downloaded in 20 mins, updated and boom. Took about 35 mins, quite quick considering.
Strange that the update removes your apps though and tells you to resync ... Meh.
Now works in UK
You can now download music in the UK, but iTunes Match still US only.
You can not yet download TV Shows and stuff either.
Not very anonymous
Shows exact location of where it was posted if you press the blue co-ordinates on the message.
Wait - So he's a fanboy because he has an iPhone and it survived?
I thought you were a fanboy because you're an up arse apple snob?
How times are changing......
I'm on Virgin media and I no haz lag.
but then I am on 50MB...
If an app sets it to be used differently to how Apple and iOS want, then that would confuse the user. "Why is this app taking a picture? No other app does"
In iOS5, Apple have said it is now a feature, thus removing user confusion because it is clearly stated you can do that.
This also means other camera apps can use that feature, because the user will no longer be confused.
"It works on my machine"
"much lighter and thinner than running Twitter through a browser interface."
However, you can run Tweetdeck in Chrome (Tweetdeck for Chrome, or ChromeDeck)
And soon they will have the chromedeck as a web app at web.tweetdeck.com, too.
This is a great achievement for the Tweetdeck team! I just hope it doesn't ruin the good things that are going on!
Maybe Tweetdeck can give Twitter a lesson or two on how to make the API work properly...
Repetitive plots is all one plot. 3 disk is not a problem
The repetitiveness is because you are arresting people who seem to be involved with murers when actually you find out someone is doing them all... Or at least seemed that way playing it. I didnt find it repetitive, i found it quite interesting.
It's a good game, this. Very different but you get quite into it. But the saving points do my head in. Why can't I just save where I bloody want to?! Grrr....
As for 3 disks on Xbox - I don't find that being an issue. Leaves more room for graphics. but on both consoles the graphics are quite cartoony.
The facial movements are quite good, though.
My current tarriff is now expensive
£35 for 300 minutes and unlimited texts and Data on 18 month contract
£37 for 300 minutes and unlimited texts on 18 month contract. Get charged for using Data unless you get a bolt on at £6 a month for 500MB making it £43 a month instead of £35...
I'll stay where I am, thanks.
One of my many annoyances is most fonts used by both companies are far too huge.
Not a fanboy
But I can honestly say I've still not had a single issue witih the i4.
can't help but think things are said out of spite then picked up and spread rather than actually giving it a chance.
On that note - the new Blackberry can have its calls dropped if you hold it in a particular way. No ones mentioned that in any news stories yet... Maybe I can go grab one and test it again. See how people think of that...
Host my own bloody email
I gave up with Hotmail and all its problems a while ago.
Emails coming from my account despite loads of password changes and no tie-ins with sites were the last straw. It seems like M$ really don't know what they're doing with their own mail platform.
I now host my own email server [as well as hosting others on it] and no problems. And that is also on Exchange!
M$ - You need to have proper dedicated teams for hotmail. Both front and back end. And get it sorted fast. You can't advertise exchange if you can't even sort it out yourself.
Rather they clamp down on watered down PINTS.
If they really want to piss about, can they please just ban pubs from watering down pints ?!
Having lovely pints that end up tasting like piss and weak yet being charged full price is a bit criminal
Wrong Date, too!
Funny bug for me on iOS4.2 is that, even though the alarm bug was fixed, the date on the calendar icon when clocks went back also went back. So Sunday 1st became Saturday 31st for an extra day. Weirdly when it got to Monday, the date changed to Monday.
Steve Jobs Devil, because hes being evil.
I want to
Run Android on my iPhone 4. Then I will be happy.
I've not had good times with Android. It's frustrating to see operators and handset makers raping it for their own good. Keep it standard android and keep everything in line with each other. Stop being a bunch of nonces! THEN I might get an Android phone
This has made me laugh all day since they tweeted it. Its brilliant.
I love this. They should keep it on!
But info attached to the UDID isnt avail
Unless apple had a huge huge leak of info of peoples addresses and all that crap connected to UDID's... its all safe.
I'm pretty sure even APPLE keep that stuff safe....
Stop being such worrytards.
Sherlock will return to BBC
Once Sherlock has told us abotu smudges on phones....
Oh and there he goes.
Not once have I had this problem
I don't get it... Ive used it in direct sunlight and everything and not once have I had issues with the sensor. Works fine for me :/
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