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Should I buy an iPhone 4?

Posted by Scott Mahan on June 30, 2010 in Apple, iPhone |

As with most iPhone 3GS owners, I am eligible to upgrade.  But should I?  With IOS 4 running on my iPhone 3GS, I am quite happy.  And I love my Tom Tom GPS dock, which isn’t compatible with the iPhone 4.  And tonight I read a strong rumor that Verizon Wireless will be launching the […]

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First iPhone App Written!

Posted by Scott Mahan on February 12, 2010 in Apple, General, iPhone |

It’s nothing fancy, just the “Hello World!” app that Apple so kindly put in their developer documentation.  I even went above and beyond with a custom icon and some fancier text in the app.  Now my only problem is that it’s taking forever (over an hour now) to get a Development Provisioning Profile from Apple. […]

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I should be programming

Posted by Scott Mahan on February 11, 2010 in Apple, General, iPhone |

An old friend of mine, Ron, responded to one of my Facebook updates by saying “Are you writing some iPhone apps during this time?”.  That’s a damn good question.  I’ve been doing a lot of reading on Program/Project Management in hopes of landing a PM job with Microsoft, but so far that hasn’t panned out. […]

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Mini-Review: Plantronics Voyager 855 Stereo Bluetooth

Posted by Scott Mahan on August 26, 2009 in iPhone, Reviews, Technology |

After much coveting of this unique bluetooth stereo headset, Amazon’s recent price drop has allowed me to purchase it. And I am way impressed. This is a unique headset.  It starts as a standard bluetooth earpiece. And for phone calls it does a great job.  It has adaptive noise reduction and multipoint technology to connect […]

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Apple updates their desktop line and WiFi routers

Posted by Scott Mahan on March 3, 2009 in Apple, iPhone, Technology |

This morning Apple Inc. updated the Mac Mini, iMac, Airport Extreme, and Time Capsule.  We’ve all seen the Photoshopped Mac Mini pictures with a billion USB ports but now we know that it has five.  The biggest updates for the desktop line are faster graphics cards, faster CPU’s and lower power consumption. What interests me […]

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iPhone Games: The Good, Bad and the Ugly

Posted by Scott Mahan on July 31, 2008 in iPhone |

… or what has to change to make the iPhone/iPod Touch a viable platform. Dasme wrote an interestering article over on Nukoda.com about gaming on the iPhone.  Here’s an excerpt: I like many of you out there with a brand new iPhone 2.0 have been in love with the App Store. I’ve downloaded my fair […]

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iPhone 3G stays in landscape when starting my car

Posted by Scott Mahan on July 31, 2008 in iPhone |

I can’t be the only one having this problem.  Here’s the scenario.  I listen to my iPhone 3G in my car via a dock that is attached to a cigarette lighter adapter.  If I leave it in the car, as soon as I re-start the car, it goes into landscape mode and won’t come out […]

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The iTunes Store is unable to process purchases at this time.

Posted by Scott Mahan on November 19, 2007 in Apple, iPhone, iPod |

I’ve been trying to give Apple my money all weekend and all I keep getting is an error that says “The iTunes Store is unable to process purchases at this time.  Credit card processesing is temporarily unavailable.  You may continue to browse the store.  Please try to make your purchase later.”Well, I’ve been trying for […]

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iPhone/iPod Touch Update 1.1.2 Available

Posted by Scott Mahan on November 9, 2007 in iPhone, iPod |

While iTunes is not seeing the update yet, it is available as a direct download. Of course, I’m at work right now and can’t install it yet, but here is what I’ve read on the blogospehere so far: Tiff Exploit Patched Additional International Keyboards Some users report faster response times on their iPhones iPod Touch […]

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iToner updated to support iPhone 1.1.1

Posted by Scott Mahan on October 18, 2007 in iPhone |

Ambrosia Software has updated iToner to v1.0.3.  The new version is now compatible with iPhone firmware v1.1.1.  I downloaded the updated software and it works flawlessly. I’ve got to say that custom ringtones was the feature I missed the most after I updated to iPhone firmware v.1.1.1.  Kudos to Abrosia Software.  The $15 cost of […]

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