The Reflection App uses Apple’s Air Play technology to mirror your iPhone 4s or iPad 2 screen wirelessly on a Mac running OS 10.6 or higher. Used in conjunction with screen capturing software the Reflection App is perfect for recording demos of Apps or helping out a friend with iOS features. A single License is $14.99 or $39.99 for 5 licenses.
I went to MacWold | iWorld in search of a decent iPhone Tripod Mount. There were many available to purchase, but two caught my eye during this year’s event. The first is the Glif from Studio Neat. This particular mount fits very well with an iPhone 4 or 4S. Studio Neat has also designed the Serif, which adds much needed security to the mount. The Glif combo which includes the Glif and Serif is $30 or you can purchase the Glif by itself for $20. The next tripod mount is from i4Software. This mount was not for sale during MacWorld | iWorld, but i4Software offered it for free upon the purchase of the $7.99 Video Camera iOS Application, which won the Best of Show Award for 2012. I was told that the mount would be for sell for $20. What … Read more
I wanted to be the first on the block to own an iPhone 4S. I waited 9 hours and 47 minutes the week prior to pre-order the latest and greatest iPhone. It wasn’t until the morning of October 12th that it shipped from China. I tracked it landing in Alaska that very same day (actually gaining 7 hours). By Thursday it had landed in Louisville, Kentucky. By the time I had gone to bet Thursday night, it had traveled to Salt Lake City, UT. I went to bed feeling knowing that it would arrive in the Boise Metro Area during the early morning hours and put on a UPS truck for delivery. The iPhone arrived sometime after 10AM Friday October 14th. I had read on Twitter that AT&T was having issues activating the newly arriving iPhones. This did not detour … Read more
I stayed up to early morning hours of Friday October 7th to order an iPhone 4S. I had already decided on a White one with 32GB of storage. As a current iPhone 3GS owner I had been eligible to upgrade since the early part of September. At 1:01 AM I promptly refreshed the Apple Online Store homepage to be greeted with the standard “We’ll be back soon” message. While I waited I headed over to twitter to see if any other followers were running into the same thing. Forward to 1:32 AM and the store is still not up. I respond back to Chris Breen about his complaint about the store being down “@BodyofBreen imagine how east cost people feel. #iPhone4S #applestoredown”. No reply back, but he was on Pacific Time and far better off than the rest of us. … Read more