Hmm...sorry for the stupid question but I thought the JailBreakMe JB was only for the iPhone 4/iOS4? so I can actually upgrade to 3.2.1 and jailbreak again? Do I need to stay on iTunes 9.1?
I used JailBreakMe to JB my iPad running 3.2.1 and connecting to the latest iTunes (9.2?).
For me, Glenn's death-fake was the moment that THE WALKING DEAD jumped-the-shark. It couldn't have jumped-the-shark harder if Daryl jumped a jet-ski over zombified SeaWorld performers.
Intel and toshiba are in the process of shipping new flash chips that are more dense so it's likely that the iPad will get the newer stuff first and will have more storage than the iPhone. I'm thinking at least 128gb for the top of the line iPad next year. 2010 there was a break in flash density growth
The app or the servers it connects to? If the app, I don't know... but if it is the servers, then it is probably due to a dramatic increase in traffic by those who used the one-button JailBreakMe to jailbreak their i-device.
I meant the app itself. It comes up then takes me back to the home screen.
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today my ipad was screwing up wouldnt start up it would go to the apple logo then nothing thats it. so i had to restore my ipad. the crappy part is I had to go and redownload a few apps I had bought in the past and I had already bought the x-plane for the ipad, but when I went to redownload it I accidentally clicked on x-plane 9 for the iphone. didnt think anything about it since when you redownload software that you bought it still asks you if you want to buy it,. so i didnt think anything about it. then it hit me I just paid another 10bucks for a game I already have but its the iphone version
crap, something little like that just wrecked my day, ten bucks down the drain
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yep, after you check the option to buy it..
but having to initially select to buy it is the tricky part..
I don't know why they did it like that. You pretty much have to commit to it before it tells you whether you already bought the app and thus can get it for free. Add in the fact that a lot of apps release separate HD versions of their iphone apps instead of making them universal, and it can be a scary thing pushing that "buy" button.
I should update my Dodocase experience. I was complaining earlier that the corner foam pieces were useless for holding my ipad in the case, which pretty much made it useless (in fact, on a recent trip, I used my apple case instead). You can go to their webpage and request replacement pieces... they actually improved them sometime in the last month or so. So I removed the old ones and stuck on the new ones, and it seems to work well, for now. So kudos to them for working on it and offering the fix to older customers. It still seems like it'll get loose over time, though.
Also, as far as backups go... my backup takes a long time, too, though I thought it was due to the comics I have on it. You can choose to transfer the new/updated applications back to your computer separate from your regular backup.
Among the tweaks found in the iOS 4.2 software for the iPad, which became available to developers on Wednesday, is a return of the volume silencer switch.
Not the hardware, mind you, which remains the same. It's just that the screen orientation lock, which currently keeps the iPad from reorienting itself based on how you're holding it when switched on, is now a volume mute switch, CNET has learned. This is the same functionality found on every iteration of the iPhone, though not on the iPod Touch or the iPad, which would simply raise of lower the volume to zero or 100 percent much faster than the iPhone.
When the iPad was first announced and outlined on Apple's site, the orientation switch began its life as a volume toggle. Then, shortly before its release, Apple changed directions and turned it into an orientation lock switch instead.
Now, when users want to lock the orientation--something that can be quite handy when trying to use the iPad at odd angles, they must pull up the new multitasking bar, swipe to the left, and select the screen orientation lock.