Here are some of our favorite posts for a lazy Sunday:
Four Business Tips From Apple & Steve Jobs
Griffin’s new Loop iPad Stand is the first of its kind…
Flickr app gets support for iOS 4 features
HTC to Apple: our reception complaints are far fewer
Five Best Mobile Note Taking Tools
Windows 7: How to Uninstall Service Pack 1 Beta
That’s right, Apple will no longer support iOS 2.x. apps encouraging developers to move on and use iOS 4. A good move me thinks.
Review the iOS 4 Readiness Checklist
The next generation of the world’s most advanced mobile operating system is in the hands of iPhone users around the world, and is now available to iPod touch users for free.
Make sure that your applications are compatible with iOS 4. All new applications and updates to existing applications must be built with iPhone SDK 4. In addition, the App Store will no longer support applications that target iOS 2.x.
Review the iOS 4 Readiness Checklist for a wealth of technical resources to help you make the most of the new technologies in iOS 4 and information on submitting your iOS 4 apps to the App Store.
Reports are showing that Apple are going to be releasing a fix for the reported antenna issues that users are having with the new iPhone 4. The fix is supposed to address the phone’s baseband calibration by switching far quicker to the cleanest available cellular signal.
So if you are suffering from the “Death grip”, fear not, this may not be a problem soon.
Are you experiencing a slow device and multiple issues since upgrade to iOS 4, well fear not. Lifehacker shows us the best way to downgrade back to iPhone OS 3.1.3. Check out the report here:
If you’ve got an iPhone 3GS or third-gen iPod Touch and you’ve upgraded to iOS 4, you’re probably ready to give multitasking a try. Good news, then: Pandora have just updated the iPhone app to version 3.1, which now supports background audio playback under iOS 4.