I just examined two samples of STM iPad bags: the micro extra small iPad shoulder bag and the jacket iPad.
Both are made of quality materials, they’re stylish, and they will help keep your life organized.
The micro is roomier. It has plenty of storage space not only for your iPad, but also for your charger, your iPhone, or whatever else you want to carry in its roomy pockets. The padded shoulder strap makes it very comfortable to carry. There’s also a short handle for carrying it in your hands. This is roomy bag for its size.
Finally, a case will carry my pink Pogo Sketch!
The website states that it is made from shock-absorbing material, it’s lightweight, and it protects your case where you need it most – at the edges. AND, it comes with a silver Pogo Sketch!
I’ll write more after I’ve seen it.
In the meantime, check it out on the Ten One Design Website.
No more notes on the refrigerator — now there’s HoneyDo for the iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.
It’s easy, fun, and effective! Simply host a HoneyDo group and invite your spouse, kids, relatives, friends, or anyone else who will be helping with the task. (Perhaps you are remodeling your home or planning a family reunion.)
After my frustrated online ordering experience of yesterday (shared by Tracy and Hal, among others I'm sure) I decided to give it another try. Too late. Out of luck. Sales are now suspended.
So I guess it gives me a few more weeks to decide whether I really need all those new features, or if I just keep the trusty old iPhone I know and love and spend the money on an iPad.
It's sort of like deciding whether to get a new car, when your old reliable is reaching 125,000 miles old and there are plenty of shiny new vehicles clogging the car lots.
When iFighter Lite came out and I saw the screen shots I thought to myself “I’m buying the full version when it comes out”. The full version came out, I bought it, and even though I had forgone trying the lite version first, I didn’t regret my purchase at all. When I saw the screen shots for Super Laser I thought “I want to get this game”, and the feeling was cemented when I realized it was from the same developers that made iFighter. After spending some time with Super Laser I can only hope that this isn’t the last scrolling shooter we’ll see from EpicForce. Super Laser not only ups the ante from iFighter, but it feels like the game Assault Squadron should have been (minus the horizontal scrolling levels, though).
With all of the wireless products coming out these days, doesn’t it seem pretty old-school to have to fumble around with cables and synching with a desktop or laptop to get your data on a mobile device? The Palm Pre may have been a marketing flop, however it showed us a glimpse of the near future where we no longer have to link up to a PC to keep our contacts, calendars and such up to date and at the ready.
The last few updates to iTunes and even the Apple mobile OS’s have allowed for some synchronization with information sources other than iCal and Address Book, however it seems that for the time being, Apple wants us tethered to our PC’s with our mobile devices.
I'm try to pre-order my iPhone 4. No luck with Apple.com and ATT.com. I guess I'm not the only one trying to order!
Apple fans can take advantage of a new application from Apple, Inc. that allows you to shop online at Apple.com and even make reservations at your local Apple Store location.
Released today, the new application is a free download from the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices. Within moments, you can shop online for products and accessories via this fast and convenient interface without having to fire up your mobile browser. The interface is streamlined for mobile usage with a clean look and feel and a familiar App Store layout.
I got to the computer bright and early this morning to order a new iPhone4. First thing I noticed was an email from AT&T (time-stamped 7:09 am) inviting me to pre-order. So I clicked through, found that I was eligible for an upgrade (with an upgrade fee of $18) but no indication of a purchase price.
Curious about the cost, I clicked through the upgrade page at 7:24 am and got the online equivalent of a busy signal.
After a number of retries, resulting in the same error message, I got a gateway timeout. This site must be hopping!
I'll be honest: I've used a jailbroken iPhone. And don't like it at all. It is such a hassle to not be able to keep the software updated, because each new version that Apple comes out with requires that you go through the jailbreaking process again. You can read more about the problems entailed in jailbreaking in this posting from Kim Komando.