Since I updated to iOS 4.3 on my iPhone last night, I’ve been unable to log in to MobileMe on any of my macs, or iPhone or the website.
So after resetting my password on my own two times and failing to log in, I went to Apple’s and requested a call back after stating my problem. It was truly surprising that my phone rang less than 2 seconds after I clicked the ‘call me’ button on the web page.
I was immediately connected to a knowledgeable and courteous fellow that helped me resolve the issue in about 5 minutes.
Way to go Apple! That’s how tech support should be. Count me as one very satisfied customer.
A while back, I decided to switch from Google as the default search engine to Bing. I did for a while and was forced to switch back because of Bing’s censorship policies.
In what may be a new trend for new Macs, the newly-release MacBook Air ships without Adobe’s Flash player plug-in installed.
I finally got my iPhone 4 yesterday and it’s an awesome phone so far. So much faster than my old 3G and with many perks. Multi-tasking is good, although since I’m not used to it yet, I’m not exactly benefitting from it.
Is Apple’s inability to satisfy demand.
The iPhone 4 was launched in Canada more than two months ago and I’ve yet to get one. All the Rogers stores in area are out of them. They can’t keep them in stock. Each store is getting a measly 5-10 units per week; and each store has a 200-long waiting list. I’ve been told that Bell stores as well as Telus stores have the same problem.