By . Iphone 11. At Thursday, October 01st 2020, 13:19:33 PM.
You Cant See The Top! Lets you want to grace your iPhone screen with a wallpaper of your favorite actress. You save it to your computer upload it on your iPhone then you realize that most of her head is eclipsed by the iPhone top overlaid controls. This is not would you were expecting right? The iPhone overlaid controls are the digital clock on top and the "slide to unlock" control at the bottom.
You cant Really See the Bottom Part! So Sometimes instead of the head perhaps the "slide to unlock" control is hiding most of the bottom of your wallpaper too. For example a wallpaper of your favorite movie might have its cool title obscured by that control. That also sucks! All that is because a lot off wallpapers are made without using a template that takes the iPhone controls into account. Its pretty easy to just take any picture size its dimension to 320x480 and then put it on your iPhone Web site or directly to your iPhone.
I was in the process of making a video presentation on my laptop when my microphone headset went out. This is a legacy headset that has a 1/8th microphone jack that simply plugs into the audio input on my laptop. I was frantic as I had this video to make and no sound input. I tried for an hour to fix the microphone by rewiring with no luck. Then after about 2 hours it hit me that I could use my blue-tooth headset as a audio input on my laptop thanks to its integrated blue-tooth capability. Now some of you might be going "well duH!" but for me since I havent used my blue-tooth devices for my laptop before and only for my cellphone this was something new. But its a good example of how ingrained the "wired" concept is in our heads. I wasnt thinking at the time how I could maybe go out and pick up the latest and greatest wireless microphone. Instead I was thinking about where I could go to get an old legacy microphone that was exactly like the one I had!