- 10-12-2011, 09:45 AM #126iPhone Intermediate
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This is the official version, fellas. I don't know how to explain that the GM is the final release any clearer than I already have. But, to each his own. I'm just saying there's no reason to put your life on hold for something you can already get.
Anyways, here's an in-depth how-to on updating:
iOS 5 - How To Update Your iDevice | MacTrast
- 10-12-2011, 09:46 AM #127
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- 10-12-2011, 10:05 AM #132iPhone Beginner
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- 10-12-2011, 10:08 AM #136iPhone Intermediate
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Seriously, what a great teacher. I hope it's an iOS development course - that may be understandable to a certain extent, though I see it no reason to skip class.
You guys all know that it will still be there when you leave class? It may even be easier to access because millions of people will not be flooding the servers. And it kills time.
- 10-12-2011, 10:17 AM #137
Tap the icon at the top left of the screen with three horizontal bars. That will show you your lists. You can make more lists like "Home" or "Work" there. If the list is associated with your University email account, or your Gmail account, the iPhone won't let you set a Location Based Reminder on that list.
If the list is associated with your iCloud account (not MobileMe account), or it's "On My iPhone" then you can set a Location for the reminder.
On the main reminders screen, swipe left or right to go between your Lists.
- 10-12-2011, 10:18 AM #138
- 10-12-2011, 10:20 AM #139iPhone Newbie
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We know the GM version is the official one, it just wouldn't work with the new version of itunes unless you hook it up and run it through...at least that's what happened when I went to gm4.0, I had to download itunes when the sw came out and re-install it with the "official" public version for me to be able to restore back to what I had and what not.
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- 10-12-2011, 10:36 AM #144iPhone Newbie
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Do I need iOS 4.3.5 to upgrade to 5.0?
Currently running iOS 4.3.3 on my iPad 2. Do I have to upgrade to 4.3.5 before downloading and upgrading to iOS 5? It will take about an hour to download 4.3.5 and I don't want to tie up my ipad for that long if I'm just going to immediately upgrade to 5.0. Thanks.
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