I always try to do without stuff until it is absolutely necessary!
So I did not select Quick time at the iTunes download.
As you can see in the end I needed it more than I did not want it!
Yikes does that make sense?
When I tapped the link I sent myself it went back to same page I tapped to get it..nowhere😥
Never installed -apple iTunes as it was already on iPad, but no quick time with it! Guess I don't really need it if its a paid app.
Thank you for mentioning that. I have just signed up for a workshop on the cloud, which mystifies me.:mad:
As you are happily discovering new features on iOS7, such as the ability to make a FaceTime call without having to do it face-to-face, you may also be dismayed to find that some of the old tricks no longer work.
For example, to close an app and restart it the old way, you'd press the Home button a couple times on the Home screen to display the application icons at the bottom of the screen. Then you would hold down the app icon (such as the iCMTGIS II icon) briefly until a "-" symbol shows up by that icon. Then you would tap on the "-" symbol by the application icon to turn it off. You would press the Home button to complete the action then run the app by tapping on its icon.
On iOS7, when you press the Home button a couple times on the Home screen, the icons of the running apps are displayed at the bottom of the screen. A frame is also displayed for each active application icon. To close an app, drag the corresponding frame up until you have pushed it out of the Home screen. To run the app again, press the Home button then tap the application icon.
Why would you want to close an app? Sometimes an app may crash because there are too many other apps open and using up the resources. You can use the above procedure to close some of the other apps.
quite appreciable novelty, thanks