After 10 days speaking and vacationing in the Denver/Boulder area, we’re back in the saddle and ready to ride. Adam used the trip as an excuse to test the Mophie Juice Pack Air battery-powered iPhone case, which was a big help for ensuring that the iPhone 4 didn’t run out of power during long GPS navigation sessions. Also this week, Jeff Carlson reports on Apple’s latest record-breaking financial quarter and offers an excerpt about using the iPad as a remote control from his recent “Take Control of Media on Your iPad, Second Edition” book. Also, Joe Kissell shares the results of his experiment with tweeting the entire contents of “Take Control of Your Paperless Office.” Notable software releases this week include TextExpander 3.3 and iTunes 10.2.2.
Apple reporting billions of dollars in revenue and profit for its last financial quarter? No surprise there. But where that money came from may raise some eyebrows.
Looking to extend your iPhone 4’s battery life with a battery-powered case? Adam finds that the Mophie Juice Pack Air eliminates the worry of a dead battery at the end of a day of travelling.
Joe Kissell reviews his experience of “shredding” an entire ebook by sending it to Twitter 140 characters at a time.
If you own an Apple TV and an iPad, Apple’s free Remote app may make you want to put the Apple TV’s minimal remote in a drawer for good. In this excerpt from his “Take Control of Media on Your iPad, Second Edition,” Jeff Carlson covers what you can do with the Remote app, including controlling things other than an Apple TV.
Notable software releases this week include TextExpander 3.3 and iTunes 10.2.2.