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If your App looks like it was cobbled together in a few days, or you’re trying to get your first practice App into the store to impress your friends, please brace yourself for rejection. We have lots of serious developers who don’t want their quality Apps to be surrounded by amateur hour.
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On my daily 25-minute ferry ride to Central, there is a point midway through this journey where the signal bars on any mobile phone simply vanish for a moment and then instantly reappear. Using the iPhone 4, there was no instance when the bars disappeared for an extended time.
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Are you a case vendor looking to design a carrying case for iPod, iPhone or iPad? You don't need to be in the MFi Program, simply use the following dimensional drawings to get started with all the measurements you need for current and past products.
This link recently saved by odaiwai on July 27, 2010
AppleTV just got realllllllllly interesting. Existing AppleTVs — the one Apple product you’ve forgotten about, the one that sits at the back of the class and never raises its hand — are MacOS devices. They’re controlled via IR remotes and thus they require line-of-site between the device and the operator. With the Magic Trackpad in the product lineup, Apple could completely reinvent the AppleTV as a device that hides somewhere behind your TV, runs a new flavor of iOS, and ships with a Magic Trackpad instead of a clickybutton remote.
This link recently saved by odaiwai on June 26, 2010
There's no need to queue overnight for the latest iPhone - if you can afford the HK$14,800 price tag on parallel-import 32GB iPhone 4s that went on sale in Mong Kok yesterday.
That's a month before the local launch, and the price (for an unlocked phone from Britain) is more than twice that of iPhone 3GS released last year.
Two days after the iPhone 4 went on sale in the United States, France, Germany and Britain, Hongkongers were able to get their hands on the gadget yesterday at Digital Concept Mobile Pro-shop at Sin Tat Plaza.
The iPhone 4 price, at US$1,902, is more than six times the US$299 price of locked versions offered by one telecoms service provider in the US - and that's with a two-year contract.
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The ActiveGS plugin
is required to safely run apple II/IIGS software within your browser
Latest version is 3.0.246
Installation Procedure for Firefox 3.6 (Mac)
If the automatic installation process from Firefox did not work,
click HERE to manually download the plugin.
Once downloaded, press on the [Install Now] button that will be enabled (after 3seconds !)in the next window to complete the installation process.
Please check http://activegs.freetoolsassociation.com if you need further assistance
This link recently saved by odaiwai on June 02, 2010
Steve: I'll tell you. Actually. It started on a tablet first.
7:00PM Steve: I had this idea about having a glass display, a multitouch display you could type on. I asked our people about it. And six months later they came back with this amazing display. And I gave it to one of our really brilliant UI guys. He then got inertial scrolling working and some other things, and I thought, 'my god, we can build a phone with this' and we put the tablet aside, and we went to work on the phone.
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"That Spartan management style was successful in past decades and was widely adopted by early Hong Kong and Taiwanese manufacturers who operate factories in Guangdong," he said. "But it has gradually come to be regarded as an outdated and unsustainable management style for dealing with young people born after the 1980s."
This link recently saved by odaiwai on May 22, 2010
Once again, it's NOT the battery at fault. The first thing to try before getting an iPod replacement battery is re-calibrating the meter. This will not magically produce a meter so accurate that you can tell at a glance the difference between two hours left and three hours left -- the system just isn't designed for that. But it may fix the early shutdown problem. To re-calibrate, run the iPod until it shuts down. Recharge fully, using the AC power (mains) adapter, not a USB or Firewire port (see below). Do not recharge until the iPod shuts down due to low battery again. This does not mean you have to leave it running for hours; use it normally, but hold off on any "top-off" small recharges.