The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @mjtsai ever

October 12th, 2011

@kcase I see old versions of some apps, but not for the iWork apps where the requirements did change.

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@curtclifton No, it's in my home folder. Not encrypted.

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@curtclifton Not sure why, but I have no "Previous Mobile Applications" folder.

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@curtclifton Really? I've never seen any evidence of that.

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@Stormchild Yep, that sounds like the way to do it. ;(

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@Stormchild I've got a clone I can pull them from. But going forward iTunes is going to make it really difficult to maintain this setup.

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@joeldev That's exactly my point. No longer a way to sync to a device that you plan to keep on iOS 4.

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iTunes deleted my old versions of the iWork apps, but the new versions don't run on iOS 4.

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Apple's support download pages down (404) for the last hour but seem to be working now.

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@marcoarment Wow. How many years have we waited for that?

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