iOS7 Beta is on a lot of eager Apple fan’s iPhones. Personally I don’t do the Beta thing on my iPhone, but nevertheless I am quite surprised at some of the nice features. I can’t wait to upgrade my iPhone to iOS7, but for now I’ll stay clear of iOS7 Beta. Somewhere I think there are some iPhone users with expired beta’s. If so, make sure that you install Beta 4 on your iPhone. It really looks great.
Then Gregor Suttie shares a nice tip on how to get remote debugging working on Visual Studio 2012. Matt Brian then tells us more about the ambitions of Panasonic and Sony. 300GB disks sounds quite sweet to me. Just don’t lose the disk. These babies are due to hit the shelves in 2015. Lastly Sean Sexton talks about using code snippets to implement custom exception types. If you haven’t been following Sean’s posts, be sure to subscribe to his feed. You will learn something new, guaranteed.
The middle of the week has arrived. Have a great day! Here is The Daily Six Pack!
Feature link: iOS7 Beta 4
- Everything You Need to Know about iOS 7 Beta 4, Aamir Usman
- Sony and Panasonic team up to create 300GB discs of the future, Matt Brian
- Visual Studio 2012 Remote Debugging – how to getting it working, Gregor Suttie
- Visual Studio 2012 tools for Git (0.9.5.0) are available, Brian Harry
- Download Visual Studio 2013 while your feedback still matters, Scott Hanselman
- Using Code Snippets to Implement a Custom Exception Type, Sean Sexton