iOS 5.0 received a generally good reception from iPhone owners. Two particular issues were reduced battery life, and the absence of Siri for the iPhone 4. Apple's done something about one, but not the other.
A new version of the Accellion iOS app for secure file sharing supports two-way transfers.
Apple claims to have sold more than four million iPhone 4Ss over its debut weekend. iOS 5 and iCloud takeup got off to a good start, despite some teething problems.
Localscope v1.8 introduces support for 4 new languages - Danish, Finnish, Polish and Thai. Extending support to 19 languages enables iOS users worldwide to use Localscope on their devices in their native language. Localscope v1.8 has also been optimized for the newly released iOS 5.
Adobe says its Digital Publishing Suite is being used by leading publishers who have delivered Newsstand-enabled iOS apps.
As promised, Apple has released iOS 5 for its mobile devices. More than 200 new features are claimed, and there's also an extensive list of security fixes.
Apple has paved the way for tomorrow's debut of iCloud and iOS 5 with the release of iTunes 10.5. The Windows version also addresses multiple security vulnerabilities.
Although Apple usually holds an iPod-specific launch event to introduce new models ahead of the Christmas buying season, this year it chose to lump the iPod refresh in with the iPhone 4S launch.
Videoconferencing systems vendor LifeSize, a subsidiary of Logitech has been quick to embrace the new iPhone 4S, announcing that its ClearSea desktop and mobile videoconferencing platform supports iOS 5 and will support the new iPhone 4S from November.
Apple's magical and revolutionary ways have seen in introduce (but not yet release to the public) its OS X Lion and iOS 5 operating systems, along with a new cloud service that wirelessly synchronises various iMacs and iDevices, but couldn't Microsoft quickly catch up?
Apple's forthcoming iCloud service will replace the existing MobileMe. While there are some interesting new features, questions remain about the fate of some of the existing facilities offered by Apple's online service.
For a company that likes to keep things under wraps as much as possible and rarely pre-announces anything, Apple has come forth with additional headline details for its upcoming WWDC conference next week, throwing the cat amongst the pigeons yet again as only Apple can.
With Mac OS X 10.7 Lion and iOS 5 expected to be the main attractions at Apple's upcoming WWDC in San Francisco, expectations by some that the iPhone 4S or iPhone 5 will also appear are being doused by another cruncher from a different bunch.
With the March 2 date for the expected iPad 2 launch rapidly approaching, some wonder about the specs, but the big question is whether or not iPads will jive on overdrive to iOS 5.
OK, Apple, the iPad 2 ball is in your court, but in the court of public opinion, which Apple doesn't always seem to court, it would be curt of us not to mention that without all of these features, the expectations of at least some could be caught short!
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