Hidden iPhone 5 Upgrade Fees And Bad AT&T Math

This is a break from my normal postings about technology, but I just needed to rant on this a little. Because as a programmer I understand that bad math happens, but this seems deliberate on AT&T's part. Let me start out by explaining, I like many other Americans…

Three20 And Custom NIB TableViewCells

I am pretty new to Objective-C development and iOS development in general, but in my effort to fill small gaps on the internet with useful information, I believe I have found a small area that hasn’t had much love. If you are unfamiliar with iOS development you may have…

To Go Native Or Not To Go Native… That Is The Question

Over the past couple of weeks I  have been slowly planning and revamping my iPhone app to address user concerns, bugs, and problems.  And as part of the rework I decided to support other platforms, in addition to the iPhone, such as the iPad, Android, and Windows Phone 7.  However…

iTunes 8.0 Released

LifeHacker has a first look at iTunes 8.0. As of right now iTunes can be downloaded from Apple, but not through Apple Update yet. Doesn't look as revolutionary as many people have been saying but it seems to be a logical update for Apple. I will update in a…

So I received an iPhone last week...

I have to preface what I am about to say with a couple of things: I have a first generation iPhone I do not have AT&T or any other GSM network I am using this iPhone as a phone mostly as an iPod I use Verizon Wireless as…

iTunes 7.7 + Windows Vista x64 == OK

iTunes 7.7 has been released! Windows Vista x64 I am happy to announce that iTunes 7.7 and Windows Vista x64 work well together. The Apple downloader even chooses the correct 64-bit version of iTunes through every browser that I have tried, so they obviously fixed something where you…