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Oh me, oh my, oh goodness gracious. It's been one of THOSE bad news tech weeks here for the boomers and seniors in my house. Well, OK, for me. I finally downloaded iTunes 10.3. I hadn't done it right away, so by the time I did it, they'd upgraded it to 10.3.1 due to issues with 10.3 and even that I waited on. Should have been safe, right? NOT!
I'm not sure WHAT happened but almost all my apps disappeared from my iPhone and won't load back on correctly. I re-installed it and that seemed to help a little. Now I can add them in MANUALLY – at the expense of VALUABLE TIME! Can you tell this Sandwich Generation granny nanny is feeling just. a. bit. FRAZZLED!
I tweeted it out the same day, as well as adding it to Facebook. And I wanted to be sure and let you know here, as well. I would highly recommend holding off a bit longer on the iTunes update. It will probably be fine, but then again, you might wind up with time wasting headaches like me. Whereas waiting a bit shouldn't hurt. 🙂
In the meantime I took a few photos of my granddog to compare the iPhone 3gs vs. iPhone 4 and threw in the Canon Powershot camera as well. I used the built-in easy to use digital camera app that came with each iPhone for Sweet Shot Tuesday. I took the photos at the same time in the same room. And only cropped and rotated the pictures. What do you think of the difference?Or is there a difference?
The first photo is my fave digital camera – my easy to use Canon Powershot digital camera. Next is my AT&T iPhone 3gs that is also quite easy to use. And last, but not least, is a friend's iPhone 4. I personally think the Canon wins, the iPhone 4 is second, but I'm still ok with the iPhone 3gs when I'm busy – at least until it dies and I have to replace it. But so far, other than upgrade glitches, it's working GREAT. So, granddog and Granny Nanny are still happy!