The iCloud means that you can put all your iTunes purchases into the cloud for free and any other purchases up to 5GB. if you have more than that it will cost 24.99 a year. That's dollars so I expect it will be about £20 for us. Not sure but I'm sure someone will correct me!
It is just like Christmas!
OK, I'll admit it. I must have been asleep for months. I just received the Apple email they sent most users, and I decided to take a look. The new iPhone will arrive with iOS 5 and I read that iOS 5 allows you to send email with attachments. All kinds of attachments. The email was official Apple email.
Is this new? I seem to recall having issues when it comes to email attachments; no button in the stock iOS client. And I seem to recall people having issues and less than straight forward solutions like a little button marked 'attachments/attache file.'
Am I too sleepy or is this something new?
I had not heard that. Did it say that specifically in the email from Apple?
Apps are basically "sandboxed" (and will be more so in the future) for security purposes. It seems likely that you'll still have to start with the app that has the file you want to email as you do now but I could be wrong...I haven't seen that email. Anyone else?
I kept a list of the main iOS 5 features and here are the updates for Mail:
- Drag to rearrange recipients
- Text formatting (bold, italic, underlined, indent)
- Flag emails
- Mark several emails as read at the same time
- Add and delete mailbox folders
- Search full message
- Warning if you forget to add a subject
- Easy Hotmail set up
- Select tone for Email Sent in Settings app
- Select tone for Email Received in Settings app
I don't think my mom realizes her iPhone 4 is going to get the iOS 5 update, but she'll be pleasantly surprised!!
Sent from my iPad using iPF
It will get iOS 5 and iOS 6 but by that time the features will be limited.Quote:
Originally Posted by GoPackGo