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  • steve918 5:15 pm on April 22, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , iPhone   

    iPhone Dual boots Android 

    And it has Multitasking! :-p


  • steve918 7:14 am on April 20, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: gaming, iPhone, nintendo   

    What The New iPhone Could Mean For Gaming 

    Basically the forward facing camera gives it a lot of the properties of a DSi


  • steve918 9:42 pm on February 18, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: iPhone   

    Apple and Carriers quietly raise 3G app download limit to 20MB

  • steve918 5:02 pm on March 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: iPhone   

    New iPhone 3.0 Icons Check out the stri … 

    New iPhone 3.0 Icons

    Check out the stripy-ness.

    iPhone 3.0 Icons

    Older 2.0 Icons


    • CxxC 10:34 am on June 20, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      I never noticed the new icons until I stumbled upon a website listing all the new 3.0 firmware changes. Now that I know these icons have changed, though, I can’t remember what the old ones looked like! Could you please post a pic of the older ones to show the comparison? Thanks!

    • steven 1:16 pm on June 26, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Updated with older icons for reference.

  • steve918 2:46 am on January 20, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: iPhone, undroid   

    iPhone game reviews with Undroid 

    About two weeks ago my brother and I launched a new blog for reviewing iPhone mobile games called Undroid. We’ve already got over 20 reviews complete with screenshots and iTunes meta-data.


    Right now it’s just a way for my brother and I to talk about all of the random games we’ve been playing on our iPhones. If your developing a game for iPhone or know someone, send us a copy of the game so we can review it.

    Some of our favorite games:

    Take a look and tell us what you think or send us a Tweet.

  • steve918 8:29 pm on August 5, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , iPhone   

    iPhale – Getting started with iPhone SDK 

    I’ve been getting sick of waiting on Android so I finally caved and signed up for an iPhone developer account so that I could do some development and test my apps on my iPhone Classic. Unfortunately I’ve just been met with a series of extreme fail moments while jumping through all of the necessary hoops Apple has lined up.

    The first thing you have to do is create a ‘development certificate’ by uploading a CSR which then goes into a queue until the account administrator (me in this case) approves the request. Unfortunately the approval process appears to be broken at the moment.

    Failed to Download Certificate

    The next step would be to create an App ID, but unfortunately that is equally as broken.

    iPhale 404

    I’m guessing this is a result of a provisioning problem or server failure on Apples end. Hopefully it will work itself out soon.

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