I have an iPhone, and I sync it to my Mac at home. If I plug it into
my Mac at work, will it try to sync to that Mac? I don’t keep much on
that machine, just work stuff, and I don’t want all my personal
contacts, mail, calendars, and music on my iPhone replaced with data
from my work computer.
And we thought Apple scoffed at the Blackberry Storm’s haptic feedback. Guess not, because Apple has filed a patent
that not only recognizes the limitations of a purely smooth touchscreen
(can’t see what you are pressing), but shows haptic display technology
as the solution.
Not that we aren’t fond of people singing along with tunes on their
iPods, but quite frankly, most of you are horrible. It isn’t your
fault, we know you can’t hear yourselves. So, we aren’t sure if Apple’s
latest patent, uncovered by MacRumors, is the greatest.