smcFanControl 2.6 adds the following features/bugfixes:
smcFanControl 2.5 adds the following features/bugfixes:
smcFanControl 2.4 adds the following features/bugfixes:
|[FaceDialer on iTunes]
FaceDialer lets users create speed dial icons for their homescreens to call, sms or mail favorite contacts via one single touch!
FaceDialer features an intuitive and attractive user interface that guides the user step by step through the process of creating speed dial icons for all their important contacts.
UICallOutView is a private class in UIKit that produces “annotation views” as pictured on the left. These can be very useful (even outside MapKit). Unfortunately as UICallOutView is private Apple rejects applications using this class. Searching for a replacement I found this thread on stackoverflow. Ed Anuff programmed a nice replacement class that is free of any private Apple Stuff. Unfortunately he programmed it in Mono Touch (C#), which is not so useful for many iPhone programmers.
I ported it over to Objective C/Cocoa Touch.
You can download the port here: Download
I ran into a pesky problem after I installed the iPhone SDK (before that I installed XCode 3.2 from the Installer DVD) under Snow Leopard: My iPhone/iPod Touch was neither detected by Xcode nor by iTunes anymore. It seems that the iPhone SDK for Snow Leopard (downloadable at developer.apple.com/iphone and released in June 2009) installs outdated MobileDevice Extensions that are incompabile with the final release of OS X 10.6
Here is what I did to fix that problem:
- Delete AppleMobileDevice.kext and AppleUSBEthernetHost.kext from /System/Library
- Delete DeviceLink.framework, MobileDevice.framework and iTunesAccess.framework and iTunesAccess.framework from /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks
- Delete com.apple.usbmuxd.plist from /System/Library/LaunchDaemons
- Delete any iTunes and MobileDevice related pkgs from /Library/Receipts
- Reinstall the iTunes.pkg from your Snow Leopard DVD, located at
/Volumes/Mac OS X Install DVD/System/Installation/Packages/
After these steps my iPhone was found again by Xcode and iTunes
|[See Demo] [eCurrency on iTunes]
eCurrency is an intuitive, easy-to-user currency converter providing up-to-date exchange rate information. The ideal accompaniment for overseas travel and shopping, as well as business trips abroad.
Version 1.1 adds the following features:
smcFanControl 2.2.2 adds the following features/bugfixes: