This is something that has been bothering me for quite some time. I have an iPhone 4 32gb. I chose this model due to that I have quite a lot of pictures which I want to take with me. So, I sync my iPhone with iPhoto and copy about 9000 pics to my device. Still… this isn’t that much space.. only about 5-6gb. BUT… now the other day I got the error message from iTunes stating that “some pictures could not be copied due lack of space” (My translation from Swedish). So I checked the disk usage in iTunes and I have over 10gb used in “Other”. The biggest space users was the category “Application” which was about 9.2gb.
When apples released its XCode application, it never added CoreData support to the Tab Bar Application template… although, in my case I usually want this feature. So… now I need to create a Tab Bar Application and a Window-based Application and copy the CoreData stuff from one to the other.
This is, off course, very annoying. So, what I want is to adapt the current templates to support even Core Data… “F*cking hell, this is most likely a mess to get working”… but I was wrong.
It is much easier to do in XCode 4 then it is in XCode 3.x. I am not going to cover XCode 3 cause I have gone over to the dark side (= XCode 4).
Finally, I have moved. I live now in Bromma, north-west of Stockholm. A few minutes from Bromma Airport, just at the other side of Solvalla.
I like the new apartment, although the surrounding is still a huge construction site; which is not that ideal with my 1.5 year old twins.
The apartment is brand new, so I am the first in the apartment to screw things up. Frida has been busy unpacking boxes and moving in stuff. All the boxes are currently in my new office and they all need to move so I can buy a new desk and setup my office. When that’s done I can start with writing some new tutorials.
I have decided to write two tutorials so far, both with regards to XCode 4 and how things work now.