TouchOfColor Review | iPhone and iPad Photography App | Macworld

My latest review, via Macworld.com:

TouchOfColor Review | iPhone and iPad Photography App | Macworld.

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I Have a 3GS… and You Don’t

The latest episode of the Mactechedu Podcast, get it here.

In this show we…

review Toy Story 3,

avoid the lines for an iPhone 4,

get a little extra zip with iOS4,

manage iPhone folders,

get the skinny on the new Mac Mini

mock the iPhone 4 “antenna deathgrip” reception problem,

and…

feel EA’s Need for Speed.

iOS4, and Everything is as it Should Be

The new iPhone OS, called iOS 4, was released today, for those that have been living under a rock, or at least haven’t gotten on Twitter yet.

I am pleased.  The new OS is fast, more effective, even has a better camera–that was unexpected.  The camera app has been significantly updated, and it is faster and even has a built in zoom function.  Multitasking works well, at least with the updated Pandora, and thats really the only one anyone cares about running in the background anyway.  The folders feature has already saved me a ton of space, making me not feel too bad about downloading another dozen or so news apps.  So that’s right, iOS 4 is basically everything I had hoped the iPhone would be.  Back in 2007.

Finally the OS has caught up with all of the stuff many of us dreamed it was capable of, it just took a while to get there.  I will say, Apple waits, and then does it right, because the new software is good.  Really good.  I can’t wait to get my hands on an iPhone 4…

iOS 4 on my 3GS - Saving space with "Folders"