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Hi, I'm an IT professional by day, but in every spare second, between raising two young children, I taught myself Xcode, Swift, game dev and all the related things! My latest game release is here: http://bit.ly/forestflutter and my first game is here: http://bit.ly/balloonpop99 Oh and there's about 20 sticker packs for iMessage too ! http://bit.ly/2fCfrOi I have absolutely no budget for marketing and I'm struggling to get noticed on the app store. My dream is to one day make this my real job ! I'm a very long way from that so far. anyway thanks for having me on the forum, i'm a Mac nerd for about 25 years and a computer and gadget nerd pretty much my whole life! please let me know what you think about my games and stickers! Adam.
I'm taking my iPhone 4 (16GB, GSM) into the Apple Store tomorrow to see if I can get the battery replaced. As per Apple's recommendation, I did a full, manual backup to my computer. When I back up my iPhone to my computer manually (I normally use the iCloud backup), however, I notice that suddenly all of the free space on the device evaporates. Nothing new was added; in fact, I wiped my camera roll (which had about 800 MB of pics/vids in it) and ran the back up again, and it all disappeared. 3.4 whole GB are now eaten up by the "Other" category, easily three times larger than it was before. I would really appreciate a solution, as it has made it impossible for me to download podcasts. :-( Thanks, Nate
zaxiii posted a topic in FeedbackHello Adam, I really enjoy your show! You don't skimp on information and I appreciate how thorough you are! I recently became a developer so that I can create an iphone app. I came up with the idea at first and decided to take the leap. I have been studying objective-c and I am 'sloooowly' understanding but it is still difficult to wrap my head around this. I have a background in visual effects, so I am use to planning as much as possible before even starting the actual work, plus I am a visual person. I am taking the same approach with this idea because I feel that programming is all over the place which feels like organized chaos if you ask me. I listened to your show recently about app development and as much as I would love to hire someone to help me with my idea: 1) I dont have the money to do so 2) I want to learn programming so as to maybe do this as a career job So I was wondering how I could go about finding someone to be a mentor and help me understand what I am doing. I also want to trust that they won't give my idea away to others too. Is there a site of iOS mentors like a phone book? Your thoughts on this, as well as anyone else, are greatly appreciated. Finally, I was wondering how to approach developing my app now that we have to have a 32 and 64 bit version. Thanks in advance! Ahart III