I received this today. They didn’t even bother to get the name or names of my applications. This shouts “mass email marketing we don’t care about you, just buy something from us!” And didn’t Apple Dev Portal just got hacked last Thursday? Did they get my info from there?
For those who check prices in Expedia, make sure you log in from a location that is not too expensive. This is from the same computer, same dates, at the same time but from two different IPs, one in Europe and one in the US. Almost three times more expensive! Or if you want to vacation and you live in Europe (or UK), look for a local destination or ask a friend from another less expensive location to pay for your hotel!
Dear Microsoft, With Windows 8 I believe you tried to get a one size fits all product out too fast. There are things that instead of enhancing user experience, they degrade it. One example is the Start screen. As you can see there is a bunch of crap that I don’t (nor will ever) use. Please bring in the capability to add folders. This would have been prevented if you learned from experience. The only thing you needed is one of the people that worked in the design team to be an iPhone user. Remember how the initial versions of iPhone did not have folders and they later added this functionality? Well, just do the same. Sincerely, Sometimes Frustrated User
Have you ever taken one of those surveys that Microsoft presents you from time to time? Who comes up with these surveys?!1?!1?!1?! (one oneado for those who understand!) If you take a survey from MS it is something like this: “The following survey consists of 12325 questions that all look the same, it will take you about 3 hours and we are not so sure we will take your response too seriously, we will just average it with the rest. Thanks for all the fish!” I know that asking a bazillion 1 to 10 questions makes the survey easier to grade and come up with averages and all sorts of charts, complexity all around which makes these people feel important. But it forgets the most important thing, the customer. When you have a survey, focus on the customer and leave it an open response with perhaps just a few options. Let your customer tell you their experience and either you or hire people to analyze the response and file them accordingly. I just took Fitbit’s support survey and loved it. Simple, focus on the customer, open answer. Let your customer provide you with the info you need and do the […]
So I installed iOS 7 in my brother’s iPhone today. I had his iPhone 4 registered properly but I forgot this is a new phone. So now I have: – A phone that is locked – I don’t my Mac at hand, only Windows machines – It is a pretty boring drive at 10 pm and I can’t leave him several days without a phone Tadaaaaaaaaaa. Get it from the device manager. Just one word of advice, it NEEDS to be typed in developer.apple.com in all lower case. If you write it in upper case it will not be recognized. It is the last string in Device Instance Path Hello iOS 7!
iOS 7 is out. I need to give it a try, even though some people say you shouldn’t mainly because it is beta as this post from cult of mac says –> http://www.cultofmac.com/231392/why-you-probably-shouldnt-install-ios-7-right-now-opinion/ In any case this guy says you can downgrade: http://www.idownloadblog.com/2013/06/11/how-to-downgrade-ios-7-to-ios-6-1-3/ But let’s cut to the chase. I downloaded the software from developer.apple.com – you need a dev account for that. And so I have the dmg file in desktop. I go to iTunes now and it doesn’t let me select the dmg file. Crap I forgot that #1 the ipsw is inside the dmg file, #2 my Mac Book Pro is at work and #3 I don’t want to wait for tomorrow as I only have Windows on this side of the city. Solution: Download Power Iso (http://www.poweriso.com/) and open the dmg file. The dmg file is just like a zip file in logical terms, extract the ipsw and install from iTunes. Voila! iOS 7 installed and I am ready to suffer bugs, bad battery life and everything that comes with a beta!