Category Archives: iPhone Tips
Watch It Change from Anglebar Solutions offers a stop-motion-animation studio for your iPhone. With it, you can snap a series of images, one at a time, making small changes between each shot. This morning, I sat down with my iPhone and Watch It Change and used it to bring my Mac’s mouse into “life”.
As I slowly moved the mouse, I used the software to capture each shot. Although Anglebar sells a stand for the iPhone, I used a business card holder to keep my phone in a single position and that worked out fine. I was able to frame my shots and tap the onscreen buttons without jogging my phone’s location or losing its steadiness.
Although the iPhone and iPod touch were designed with your finger in mind, for those who have trouble controlling the screen (or who have long, styled fingernails), there is the iPhone Japanese Touch Stylus.
The stylus has a flexible tip that mimics your finger’s capacitive ability to control the objects on the screen. The tip is flexible, allowing for easy dragging without gouging your screen. It also includes a handy SIM eject tool.
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Cara Tia TUAW,
I need your help please. I am in Mexico and have an iPhone with a 150 MB data plan and 300 minutes. My carrier says that I have passed my data limit and owe them around $150 usd. According to the Cellular Network Data on my iPhone, I have used 35MB and 83 minutes (Settings > General > Usage). My question is, is this information technically good enough to fight back these charges? I think it must be, but I have to be sure. Can you help me, please?