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iPhone: Assisted GPS seems more assisted


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  1. When we use the iphone, many problem can be solved. For example internet connection and gps.

    By Anonymous usri, at 8/23/2008 12:50:00 AM
     

  2. I've been having a lot of issues with my iPhone... and I've heard of other people having problems, too. Because of this, I haven't switched to the 3G.

    I do hope that the phone becomes more stable. I've been reformatting and restoring twice a week! I would just stop using it... but the software is so cool/good/fun. (some of it crashes)

    I hope you have more luck with it.

    BTW, I'm inkblogging at bradchin.com dunno if you've seen it yet. Similar style... sort of. Your link for me still points to blogspot.

    By Blogger Bradtastic, at 8/23/2008 05:14:00 AM
     

  3. Hey Brad! You are all over the place with your blogging. What do you have, three active blogs plus the micro? Anyway, the one in question has been updated in my roll.

    As for my iPhone, I'm not experiencing any woes other than what I posted the other day and it looks like one of those, the assisted part of the gps, is running better now. Hope your problems get sorted out soon.

    By Blogger Sumocat, at 8/23/2008 08:35:00 AM
     

  4. I can't seem to keep my iPhone stable. I've been writing about it, hopefully Apple will come up with some way to screen out unstable applications.

    (I really wish unstable apps weren't able to completely tank the entire phone)

    Hopefully I'll be inking from an entirely new Tablet later today! I've wanted one for a while, but it wasn't a prudent buy at the time. The new HP tx-series looks pretty great, however... if it has the same keyboard as the dv6000-series I saw at Best Buy, I'll be forced to get it.

    I really want a slate (wrote about it a bit at bradchin.com) but I think that they're too pricy, and that it's unfortunate, because they're too pricy for many other people, too. Ink will never be mainstream until the prices fall... the hp tx is a decent attempt though, even with Vista Home Premium!

    By Blogger Bradtastic, at 8/26/2008 04:03:00 AM
     

  5. Having moved up from a 10" slate to a 14" convertible, I really don't see a major advantage of a slate over a convertible. There usually isn't much of a weight decrease, and convertibles operate fine in slate mode. I use mine in slate mode most of the time and use the keyboard when its convenient.

    By Blogger Sumocat, at 8/26/2008 09:44:00 PM
     

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