If you’re paying attention, you’ve no doubt noticed that we still don’t have Adobe Flash on any iOS devices. Apple has dug in on that position, even going so far as to tell the world why.
Surely, you must be thinking, it can’t be all that bad. iPhones have been out for four years now. Adobe must have updated their code base to improve things. There are millions and millions of iOS devices out there. Adobe must want to get in on that action. Continue Reading
Recently, I found that I had a TON of photos on my iPhone. These are the photos taken with the iPhone itself… not synced up via Aperture or iPhoto. Managing those is easy enough. These are the really random photos taken over the past year and a half (or whatever). Mine is a 32 Gb model, so I have lots of space, but there’s really no need to have all those pictures on my phone. Deleting them one at a time is easy to do, but time consuming. It turns out there’s a better way. Continue Reading
Here I am… happily working along when suddenly, the screen goes gray. My headphones cut out and I’m left in awful silence. On the gray screen, I get the following message…
“You need to restart your computer. Hold down the Power button until it turns off, then press the Power button again.”
I was sitting here thinking. Today is release day for Apple’s App Store. It is for the Mac what iTunes is for music and what the AppStore is for iOS devices.
I was sitting here wondering if iTunes was available in the App Store when it hit me. The App Store is actually part of the operating system. Continue Reading
Wow… just… wow. This took a long time to figure out. I was trying to create and use a custom UIButton in an iOS project. Everytime I tried it, the app would open and immediately close. Typical crash behavior.
As is the norm, I opened the console. This is my first step in trying to figure out what the heck is going on.
As you’ve probably gathered, I (proudly) consider myself a Mac guy. I have spent enough money on Apple products to allow El Jobso to get an extra cup of coffee every day for the rest of his life. I do a lot of work on my Macs. But I’ve been a Windows developer since… well, nearly forever.
This one isn’t from me, but it’s something I had looked for in the past. I’m happy to see that someone got it.
New iMac = happy. That’s just the way it is. Getting the new system setup from the old system… well, that’s another story.
Apple has this handy utility called “Migration Assistant”. The idea is that you connect the old computer to the new one, run “MA” on both systems and everything copies over to the new system with all the magic and child like wonder we’ve come to expect from Apple.
Except when it doesn’t.