Archive for the 'iPhone' Category

The Solution to Vertical Video

Friday, July 17th, 2015

The introduction of video on the iPhone 3GS introduced an issue into society: vertical video. If you’re reading this online, then you’ve likely seen a vertical video. The iPhone 3GS only recorded SD (640×480) video. Now, iPhones record HD (1080p). Thus, people are sharing around huge vertical videos via social media, SMS, etc. If you’re […]

Switching my iPhone from AT&T to T-Mobile

Thursday, August 19th, 2010

AT&T was great and everything, but it was just costing too much. As you can read here, I’ve used AT&T’s services for almost two years. T-Mobile is $10-$15 cheaper than I was paying on AT&T. AT&T offered me a similar (after tax) price to T-Mobile’s, but that only included 300 minutes, 200 texts, and 2GB […]

Using my Australian iPhone 3GS on AT&T

Thursday, August 19th, 2010

I assume a post like the one you’re about to read has been written before, but I just wanted to document my experience with using an Australian iPhone in the USA. The Quick and Dirty Answer Call your Australian carrier and get them to unlock your Australian iPhone from its network. You’ll then be able […]

Taking an iPhone from Australia to USA

Friday, March 12th, 2010

This issue has been solved. See how to resolve at bottom of post. I first got an iPhone 2G in 2008. It was a magical device that advanced me into the 21st century. I’d like to thank Chris for making that possible. I used the phone on AT&T (I got a no-contract, month-by-month plan with […]

Australia follows USA with tree-killing iPhone bills

Wednesday, August 6th, 2008

We all remember Justine’s first iPhone bill [video] totaling 300 pages in August last year. It resulted in every website imaginable writing something about the story, and AT&T removing itemised data from their bills and allowing customers to opt-in to e-billing/paperless billing. When Justine’s video was released I’d been using data on my Nokia 6280 […]