If you recall around the same time last year, people all around the world were complaining about their alarms not going off, and they were eventually reassured by Apple that the problem would resolve itself. Similarly, according to Engadget, the problem is occurring for many users this year who are either stubborn to update to iOS 5 or simply aren't able to and are stuck with iOS 4.2.1.
While syncing my iPod just now I noticed, when navigating to the music app, that there was apparently “No Content”. However, on my computer, it said that I had my some 400 songs. Weird, huh? After syncing and syncing, it was contantly displaying the message, so I decided to experiment
Dizzy Bee 2 is an adorably engaging marble maze-type game. At first glance it may look like something you might use to entertain your toddler. The cutesy graphics and sound effects border on infantile, however your doubts will be quickly quelled once you start playing. The objective is simple. Dizzy Bee needs to save his little fruit friends! Simply rotate your iPhone around, allowing him to roll about and collect his friends. The screen will remain upright as your little bee moves about. Be careful of the baddies though. Bump into a baddie and you're a goner!
I've been looking for the best games that the App Store has to offer this far. You've probably heard a lot of great things about our staff favorite from your friends and all around the internet, but there are many more games for you to look into in case Super Monkey Ball just doesn't rock your socks.