Isn't it just included in your companies MSDN subscription?
I replaced my iPhone 4 screen for the second time at the weekend.
When I took it apart I realised that I might not have replaced every screw last time I opened it up. This may have been the cause of my native camera app not working anymore (although a third party app worked) Also my headphones remote stopped working.
Anyway after putting it all back together again I realised I have failed to replace a small piece of metal which I seem to remember came from where the battery connects to the motherboard.
It seemed so small and insignificant and I had already spent a couple of hours on it, I threw it in the bin.
Well the consequence is that now unless I am about 12 inches away from the wireless router I am unable to get a signal.
I'm guessing this may be to do with battery interference of some sort. I am also now worried about brain tumours, and I can't keep the phone in my jeans pocket anymore.
Oh well, roll on the iPhone 5
I've tried various home setups in the past but the one I've currently settled on which has worked the best for me is the following:
I have a central NetGear ReadyNAS box with 4 x 1TB disks raided to give 2.7TB worth of storage and redundancy.
For media content I use a Mac with iTunes pointing all content to the NAS box. I use iTunes to centrally manage all media and serve it up to two Apple TV devices. iTunes on Mac is pretty good software and I've not found the same seemless experience with any other product out there.
I have two low end Dell Poweredge servers, one for a domain controller and web server and one for public facing TFS and SharePoint 2010, that I use for work.
Backup of my work Dell Laptop is done with Windows backup, which takes all my Documents folder and creates a system image every night and plonks it on the NAS drive.
I have a Time Machine drive for backup of the Mac also.
Every important bit of data is stored on the Raided NAS drive which gives me some comfort, the only thing missing at the moment is off site backup which I need to sort out. Problem is I have around 2TB of data on the NAS drive that ideally I would need backed up.
I would really like to see MS buy the PC business and basically get some top industrial design boffins and go head to head with Apple.
I just want to see an out and out war between the two biggest tech companies in the world. Winner takes all no messing about.
I reckon with their resources MS could crush Apple from existence.
@Dr Herbie: The Police are clearly being beaten technologically, which is why things have gotten out of hand. The only response will be a more visible Orwellian nightmare, which is how things are going anyway.
Lets remember that Students (W3bbos kith and kin) were behaving in a similar fashion a few months ago, so it is almost certain that Labour will win the next Election. Looking at the Crisis in America and the state of the markets, it is the poorest that lose out the most and they lack the candor or intellectual faculty to express their discontent in any other way.
There is a certain honesty (though abhorrent) that I am coming to enjoy the older I get. People that wear their hearts on their sleeves, and tell you what they are upset with (in ways that are embarrassing at times) tend to be more dependable in the long run, than the more duplicitous "smile but don't mean it" type folk. These people only stab you in the back the minute you turn your back anyway.
Seriously, what are you talking about? Get some perspective man!
These people are walking around the streets of London, looting shops, stealing from vulnerable innocent people and generally causing millions of pounds of damage that hard working people like me will have to pay for with our tax money. These people don't care because they are not afraid of police or lenient sentences and a high majority will almost surely not pay any tax, instead will probably still continue to claim benefit from the very state that they are attacking.
This is a democracy and we all have the right to vote and change the way this country is run, I bet a high majority of these rioters didn't even vote in the last election.
Don't even try to condone these people actions.
I live in a leafy part of Essex so I doubt I will see any rioters near home. I come from a Bermondsey council estate in SE London where it was all these youths are kicking off but you know why I now live in a nice detached house in the countryside?
Instead of complaining, moaning, thieving and being violent, I worked hard and made a career for myself.
These people are nothing but jobless, bored scumbags that get looked after and fed by the very government they are supposedly rebelling against.
London has so many of these deprived areas and it always had the difference is back when I was a kid everyone wanted to do well for themselves and get away, trouble is nowdays nobody has to do that because they get looked after too well by the state.
I don't understand why the army or the TA hasn't been drafted in yet to sort this out, it's the only option. How brave is a 16 year old going to be against a soldier carrying an assault rifle?
The police don't have any respect in London especially from people that have nothing to lose.
Any Herbie I don't agree that this is to do with spending cuts etc, people in these areas have had a hatred for police for a long time. It's a culture thing a gang thing were the police are seen as the enemy so any excuse to riot for them. They are annoyed by stop and search of black youths but these areas are mainly black or Asian areas so this is bound to happen. Alot of the crime in these areas are carried out by this element of society it's a fact, what are the police supposed to do just ignore them?
And as for the guy that got shot dead by police, he was carrying a gun and a known gang member, what are the police supposed to do?