find article on iphone cable incompatibilities. gear diary? somewhere!
True to form, I have acquired yet another iPhone navigation app to review (I’m still working on my review of the Navigon MobileNavigator app as well). The latest entrant to the iPhone navigation app fray for the U.S. market is the iGO My Way 2009 – North America edition app (link opens iTunes). It’s
Though I’ve more or less ended my free-for-all in buying apps for my iPhone, I do still add a new one to try out periodically. Lately, I’ve found and/or started using again a few apps that I want to move to the first or second page of my home screen given how much I use them, and I simply don’t have the energy to do this. Without folders and even with the place-the-app-you-want-to-move-in-the-dock trick, it’s still tedious to move apps across multiple home screen pages. Apple just had a splashy contest to advertise the 1 billionth download from the App Store, so they clearly know that people are gobbling up apps like there’s no tomorrow.
As you’d expect, I have acquired a large number of apps for my iPhone. I don’t use them all, but since the App Store opened last year, I now own a total of XX apps. I’ll usually try them out for a little while and then delete them from my iPhone if I end up not liking them or find that I’m not using them at all over time.
Holy crap. I just called my local Apple store and they have the updated MacBook Air in stock! I’m leaving work a little early to get there and buy one. Unfortunately, they said they couldn’t hold one for me, so I’ll have to hope that they still have at least one left by the time I get there (wish me luck!), though the salesperson I talked to said they haven’t sold any of them all day so far. Woo hoo!