Monday, August 4, 2008


It's tough for me to say but I'm a little disillusioned with Apple today.

I was having several small but irritating glitches with the new iPhone OS 2.0, most of which revolved around the reduced touch sensitivity of the screen with the new OS version. Many times I would touch the screen and just nothing would happen for several seconds. I read in a Macworld article that restoring the iPhone OS has produced good results for many folks so over the weekend I did that. It's a relatively simply process that takes about an hour and a half for me to finish getting everything back to the way I like it to be.

However I have one glaring problem that I just can't figure out. The free Remote app for the iPhone refuses to take any input so I can't set it up again to control either my AppleTV or iTunes on my MacBook Pro. This was extremly annoying yesterday because I was across the room reading in my easy chair and could not use Remote to change albums.

The problem is that when I attempt to add a library to iPhone Remote the Settings screen simply will not take any input from the touch screen. So pressing "Add Library" does nothing. Very disappointed in Apple, at the moment.

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