He has a link to a forum for the fix for Windows users.
mwoodman comes up with a solution that works for him.
2. The “Audiobooks” Library category has been replaced with “Books” in iTunes 9.2. Properly imported + typed audiobooks will now show up there.
3. Download the iBooks App for your iPhone/iPod Touch
4. Sync your device and select the new “Books” tab. This is actually a very tall page, so it’s easy to miss that it has an area for Audio Books at the bottom. Just scroll down and it will come into view. You can then check the “Sync Audiobooks” checkbox and a whole new section of the page will appear.
Other people found that doing a restore as new solved the issue for them.
iPhone 3GS vs. iPhone 4 comparison in an info graph.
via The Apple Farm
Apple offering refunds, upgrades to recent iPhone 3GS buyers – AfterDawn. This is pretty generous.
It chipped a little bit but the poster still enjoyed it.
This person asks iPad Price is Compelling, but is it Enough? I have an iPhone 3GS and its less than one year old. It cost about $300 and I don’t regret the purchase. I have been able to use many moments in my day that otherwise would have been wasted by having it. So why am I not excited about the iPad?
I am not a hardware guy. I don’t get excited about hardware because most of the time its software that makes or breaks a devices usefulness to me. So the iPad is compatible with all of the iPhone apps. Great. It has iWorks and an onscreen or attachable keyboard. Great. But actually using it? I don’t think so.
One of the great things about a laptop is that the screen supports itself. It is kind of odd to balance that screen and even odder to type on it. If you are a laptop user you know the sometimes weird positions you get into finding a comfortable and ergonomic body position. I can’t imagine how it will be to type on that. I am really disappointed that they didn’t have a projected keyboard, or even come standard with a detached wireless physical keyboard. Now why would someone who wants portability want to lug around an awkward keyboard?
The most disappointing thing though is that they went with the iPhone OS instead of the Apple one. Yeah I know the technical reasons for it. Lower power usage, better battery life, probably less R&D. The obvious downside however is that this is not a laptop replacement. The tablet PCs with Windows can be desktop replacements. This can not be one. If they are going to be innovative, spend the extra time/money to make the OS something that is more versatile. Yes I can understand how difficult it might be to support expensive applications on a limited device, but it would make it much more valuable as well.
Take for example the typical Mac user. They buy a Mac and want it to do a majority of things that are important to them. I don’t think the iPad is going to do that. Office compatibility? Not unless you are going to try to do it through the internet or Google Docs. Ability to act as a “digital hub”? I don’t think so. Mac fanboys wanted something that changed the form factor of the laptop. The laptop is cool, but limited. The battery life, risk of damage and cost make it a luxury item for many people. I work in Apple technologies, and too often they were out of my budget. A device that could be an “entry point” for people who are buying Netbooks currently would only increase Apple market share.
So is the iPad hopeless? No, hopefully Apple will keep it around and continue to explore different UI and form factors for computing. Really they need to take a bold step and work on projection technologies for both input and output. I know that I won’t be buying one, and that is Ok. People didn’t fall for the Air laptop with its limited functionality, and I doubt that they will buy this more limited functionality too.