Dragon Dictation for the iPhone is spectacular. It works so well it constantly amazes me. Even when I dictated my wife’s name – Jenn – it suggested “Jenn” as a possible alternative for “Jen.” It frequently gets what I say right the first time, and often catches the wrong words in the tap-to-correct mode when […]
Yesterday, after the Apple presentation “Come See Our Latest Creation,” geeks and bloggers worldwide took to their medium of choice to complain about the underwhelming iPad and its impending failure. I’ve seen all sorts of arguments for why this device will fail, but I’m convinced that this device is going to make them all red […]
Why is it that I can connect my iPhone to my work computer and stream music over the air from my home computer to my speakers at work and be legit, but I can’t have my iPhone look like this without breaking the iPhone terms of service? It’s my phone, Apple. Let me control it.
I just sent this letter to Apple via their feedback form. Those of you that know me know that this is a big deal for me. I am the owner of many generations of Apple products. From iBooks to Macbook Pros, Macbooks to multiple iMacs, multiple Airport Extremes, Airport Express, AppleTV, every generation of iPhone, […]
So here’s the day: WWDC 2009 keynote, and we’re discussing iPhone OS 3.0. But there are still some major things I think are missing from the iPhone. Here they are, in no particular order: Wireless Sync Apple is the king of “no wires.” They did everything wireless first. But the iPhone still needs a wire […]
Slashgear, and many other sites, are today posting a story about “Jibbler,” the alleged code-name of the voice control subsystem present in iPhone OS 3.0. If this is the case, let me gently and professionally say “HALLE-FRICKIN-LUJAH!” It’s about time the most amazing and groundbreaking mobile device ever had a proper hands-free solution.
I called iPhone OS 3.0 a few months ago. I said we should expect the next release of iPhone firmware to be a revamped version 3.0. I still feel fairly confident in my predictions: I still think we’ll see cut-copy-and-paste, better app management, and better enterprise management. I’m still convinced that we will not see […]
Someone is going to sue Apple in the not-too-distant future for their inconsistent and subjective App Store approval process. I think they violate many anti-competitive practices. It’s crazy to think that Apple has gone this long selectively allowing certain apps, all the while only defining guidelines for inclusion nebulously, and only considering applications after […]
I haven’t heard much about what to expect in iPhone OS 2.3. A quick Googling of the term, as of today, yields nothing of value, other than speculation. iPhone 2.2 came out in November, almost 2 months ago. Since we haven’t heard anything about 2.3, that leaves just a few possibilities. First, it’s possible that […]