Some users have been reporting issues with the spacebar on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. The Go bar was extended to the left making the space bar smaller. Some users were pressing the period button instead of the space bar while using Safari.
They say Apple updates its products like clockwork, releasing something new at the same time in the same place every year. Not so with MacBook Airs anyway. The outfit’s gone and freshened up its 13-inch and 11-inch ultraportables — the second such update in nine months. Although the industrial design hasn’t changed much since the last generation, both models step up to Sandy Bridge Core i5 and i7 processors, Thunderbolt ports, backlit keyboards, and, of course, OS X Lion.
The guy behind The MacBook Air Project site has managed to fit a fully working Mac (MacBook Air to be more precise) under a combination of Apple Wireless Keyboard and the newly released Magic Trackpad. It is one single piece which you can connect to any monitor to enjoy full Mac OS X experience. Amazing isn’t it? It features: 1.6 Ghz Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB of RAM, and 80GB of HDD. He did this because he believed that it “will be used much beyond internet / email….maybe as an Apple TV replacement”.
Even though I’m a long time iPhone user, I still need to focus on iPhone’s virtual keyboard while typing. How about you?
Folks at BlindType (for blind operation, not blind people) have developing an interesting iPhone app, which they claim will eliminate touch typing frustrations and a perfect solution for users who are super sloppy while typing.