It’s probably not easy for Apple CEO Steve Jobs to slip in & out of anywhere these days, but when he heads to New York to meet with newspaper publishers only days after announcing the iPad, it’s gotta be even worse.
Apple may have turned around App Store approval times since the first of the year and lightened up on some of the draconian restrictions regarding 3G data access, but there are still a few “no-nos” left for them to rap developers’ knuckles with.
According to Gizmodo, some 27-inch iMac
owners are getting 15%
refunds for the problems they're having with the displays.
Numerous users have reported problems from flickering to a persistent
yellow discoloration on at least a portion of the screen. Now, some
of the most determined of them have received cash back.
While it's been oft talked about that AT&T will lose it's exclusivity contract to carry the iPhone this year, one analyst group doesn't think there'll be a "map for that" until at least 2011. Cue the *collective groans* now.
A new Apple patent application revealed this week showed that possible future iPhones could allow for location sharing at the touch of a button. Now parents could have an even easier way to keep track of where their rascally teenagers are at!
We all know that iTunes can be a bit of a resource hog when you're
playing music through it while Photoshopping cats' faces onto your
friends' heads and browsing for pictures. But apparently for some users,
it can be even more of a problem.