iPhone 4S

  • October 18th, 2011

Last week I preordered the iPhone 4S (along with over 4 million others). One 16GB for Syl and a 32GB for myself – both in white. The processor bump and Siri is pure awesomeness. Period. I can honestly say that any experience I had with [the previous] iPhone 4 Voice Commands were purely accidental. Comparing […]

BHEESTIE Bag saves me $200: iPhone 1 vs. Heavy rain 0

  • January 7th, 2010

A couple days ago I decided to get some morning snowboarding in before the day started. Unfortunately, the rain which I hoped would subside persisted throughout the entire morning. Two hours later, our group decided it was time to call it quits. Immediately after loading up, I pulled my iPhone out of my ski pants […]

3 Enhancements worth Jailbreaking your iPhone for

  • November 10th, 2009

Every four months or so, I get the urge to do one of two things: If the iPhone is running an official OS build from Apple, I jailbreak it citing reasons of (a) flexibility, (b) customization, and (c) access to enhancements Apple either blocks from the App Store or blocks developers from offering users. If […]

MobileMe subscriber? Make sure to enable Find My iPhone

  • July 14th, 2009

Just a friendly reminder. If you are a MobileMe subscriber and have upgraded to the latest 3.0 iPhone OS, make sure to enable Find My iPhone on the device. Here’s a real life scenario to understand just how useful the service could have been. This morning Syl and I carpooled into work. Four hours after […]

Advert for new Windows Live Mobile cuts corners with iPhone

  • March 2nd, 2009

A co-worker forwarded the following email announcement regarding Windows Live Mobile – screenshot of email below (click for a larger preview). The advertising agency responsible for pushing the Windows Live Mobile newsletter features a handset which seems to be suffering from a bit of an identity crisis. Who am I, what am I? With Microsoft […]

Over the air sync options between iPhone, Mac, Google

  • February 4th, 2009

As a follow-up to Gmail, MobileMe, Address Book synced contacts sanity, this is a simple walk through on setting up OTA sync between your iPhone and Mac + Google. While some may question the value of such a post, this covers the requirements for syncing data which resides within your Google accounts using the free […]

Sanity check: Media Temple, SpamAssasin, IMAP, & the iPhone

  • November 9th, 2008

There is no denying that Gmail spam filtering is top notch. On average, I was fortunate enough to deal with less than 10 spam emails per week that managed to get through the Gmail spam filter. A free email service that offers accurate spam filtering? What’s not to like? From my own experiences over the […]

Some apps & games stay on my iPhone out of guilt

  • October 16th, 2008

Earlier today while perusing the feeds, I caught this snippet via DF concerning the Android Market (the app store for Android). The Android Market business and program policies also include an item that says users can return any application for a full refund within 24 hours of the time of purchase. In the absence of […]

Unlimited SMS savings for iPhone (or any phone) family account holders

  • October 29th, 2007

There are currently three different iPhone plan add-ons for at&t family accounts. Each plan offers unlimited data usage & visual voicemail. The only difference which dictates the price of each (3) is the number of text messages available. At current, the iPhone plans for existing customers break down as such: $20 includes 200 SMS Text […]

How-to: Proper Gmail IMAP for iPhone & Apple Mail

  • October 24th, 2007

UPDATE 03/28: Check out this Mail plugin which adds email archive support to Apple Mail. UPDATE 11/18: inaequitas reminds us that in order to star messages on your iPhone, simply move the message the starred items directory. UPDATE 10/26: RayL re-confirms the advantage of mapping your client-side Sent, Drafts, & Trash with server-side Gmail labels […]

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