Updates – Leopard and my iPhone

Sorry for the long hiatus. It will still continue for a while as I have been busy with lots of stuff.

Meanwhile here’s some updates.

Finally Leopard shipped. And I am the proud owner of a copy of Leopard, LEGALLY. Though it didn’t cost me the full 241 singapore dollars. Hehz. And you know? Leopard rocks. It’s rock solid and stuff.

One bad point: All the various cracks/hacks are broken, including my no-cd crack for Call of Duty 2!!! Darn.

Here’s a picture of my Leopard Desktop.

Leopard Desktop

And I finally got my iPhone. SMS is probably the weakest phone-related app. Instead of having SMS chats appear like iChat chats, it will be a lot more functional to make them like email, having the ability to forward SMSes and to send to lots of people at the same time. Yet Apple doesn’t get this. Freaking hell irritating.

And well the typing was irritating for the first 2 to 3 days. Now I type darn fast, but still with one finger instead of two.

And damn the 3rd Party Apps. They make the OS kinda crashy from time to time. And they don’t seem as cool and powerful the hackers have made them out to be. I have had better experience IM-ing with Meebo.com and Jivetalk rather than MobileChat and Apollo. (Edit: Turns out that Summerboard was the evil causing all the crap here.)

But I love my iPhone.

Just a short update here, will try to post more stuff when I have time.

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