A number of years ago, I decided to simplify the number of items I carried day-to-day and consolidated my wallet and iPhone protection into a single case. (You can find some unique handmade items on Etsy.)
To date, I used a sleeve case with pockets on the outside for credit cards, ID, etc. This is primarily because I always preferred a "naked" iPhone instead of one that's in a case all the time. I've always liked the way the phone felt in my hand but also, a phone without a case is easier to fit into the mounts I typically have in my car.
All that changed when I purchased the iPhone 6 Plus.
I swore that there were only two reasons that I'd stay with AT&T as my wireless carrier:
1. My thousands of rollover minutes and;
2. My grandfathered, unlimited data plan for iPhone
This past week, I proved myself wrong on both counts.
This morning, I discovered a new Gmail interface on the iPhone. At the top, you'll now find links to your other Google Apps (Calendar, Docs, Talk, etc.). But they're not just simple links, tap one and pull down and boom - you've got pretty icons to help direct you to the proper app.
Twitter has gotten into the photo sharing game, but not on their own - they've partnered with PhotoBucket. Apple's WWDC Keynote (which is happening as I write this) tells us why: Twitter is going to be heavily integrated with Apple's iOS 5, the operating system for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Having worked with for a… Continue reading Why did Twitter partner with PhotoBucket? iOS 5.