Developers who get sick of refreshing for new development files, but keep seeing the previously cached version, need to flush the browser cache. In most cases this means working with Mobile Safari. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to delete the Safari cache from your iPhone iTouch or iPad iDevices. The steps are described below and screen shots included at the bottom for reference.
1. Click on your Settings icon
2. In the Settings panel, select the Safari list item
3. Scroll to the bottom and click the Clear Cache button
4. A confirmation pops up and when you click Clear Cache again, your Mobile Safari Cache will be deleted. Continue reading
Wondering where your iPhone backups are stored on mac or Windows?
Have you forgotten your iPhone passcode to change the Restrictions Settings? If your device has been Jailbroken, here is one method for removing the passcode settings and starting over again.
1. Your device must be jail broken.
2. You must beable to ssh into the device.
– Navigate via SSH to /var/mobile/library/preferences/
– Delete “com.apple.springboard.plist”
– On your iPhone, return to Settings > General > Restrictions
– You should now be able to set a new passcode
Wow, what an illuminating story! You can find the original here…
I just got my first application in the iTunes App Store, and I wanted to tell the story of what it’s like to publish one, from start to finish. The app, NetAwake, is an independent project I wrote with my friend Joshua. It makes an interesting story, I think, because unlike the sordid tale of some people’s struggle to get accepted into the iPhone developer program, my personal experience was perfectly normal. (As far as I know.)
But even a perfectly normal experience with the iPhone developer program is intensely weird. Compared to the simplicity of developing and distributing a Mac app, Apple’s iPhone program is extremely convoluted and strange. Here’s the story, step by step. Continue reading