Olloclip – Removable Lenses for the iPhone 4

August 10, 2011

For a smartphone, the iPhone 4 has a pretty decent camera, with a backside-illuminated 5MP sensor and a fast fixed-aperture f/2.8 lens. Compared to it’s contemporaries, it’s held up pretty well. The image quality is good enough that I typically don’t bother lugging my point and shoot around for most casual events and only step […]

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iPhone 4 Impressions

June 25, 2010

So, now that I’ve got my new phone up and running – activated, resynced, apps, photos, videos transferred – a few comments on my impressions thus far, particularly in comparison to my old iPhone 3G. The screen is pretty. The high resolution makes everything looks extremely crisp. I’m comfortable using smaller font sizes than before. […]

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iPhone Camera Roll Does Not Sync

June 24, 2010

While transitioning from my old iPhone 3G to my shiny new iPhone 4, I ran into an issue where some of my photos weren’t transferred to my new phone. No matter what I did – fiddling with photo sync settings, resyncing both phones – I couldn’t get those photos synced. After a bit of research, […]

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iOS4 on a 3G

June 23, 2010

While waiting for my shiny new iPhone 4 to arrive, I updated my iPhone 3G to iOS4. I have no idea how long this took as I started the process before I went to bed and it was done by the next morning. No real issues to report, everything pretty much worked fine. Engadget has […]

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iPhone 3G Case Crack Problem

May 26, 2010

I’ve had an iPhone 3G since the day it was released almost 2 years ago. It’s been awesome and I don’t think I’ll ever go back to “dumb” phones ever again. In the last few months, I noticed that my phone developed two cracks in the rear casing – one from the dock connector radiating […]

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