For people with multiple machines, I suggest going to the iTunes webpage and downloading iTunes there. That way you can use the dmg on all your machines without having to reaccess the servers. iOS7 downloading, but very slow. Saying 23 mins to go now and I started at least 5 mins ago.
Servers must be getting slammed. I saw the update on the iTunes page and tried downloading 3 or 4 times but got the 253 byte file. Then I saw the update in the app store and tried to download a few times, but it also failed. I finally went back to the iTunes websites and was able to download.
Installing now, then on to ios7.
btw, spent the whole morning backing up blobs just in case. I had stayed at 6.12 for jb, but apparently someone has a jb for 6.14 ready to go,...
I have the Sonhy Google TV, and there is nothing more frustrating than typing on the little remote for a TV across the room. If Blackberry is expecting to use their handset as a dumb remote for the TV and thinking that form factor can beat out a tablet with some sort of Airplay connection, they are headed even further down the path of irrelevance.
Since getting my iPad mini, I carry my iPhone a little less. Using a BT headset and the free Talkatone app, I can make decent calls for most of the calls I take on the move (I am probably texting as much or more than phone calls). Quality is okay, and if I didn't have a company phone, I would consider dumping my voice plan and just moving to the Talkatone subscription plan with better call quality. I also agree with the comment about the iPad mini fitting in a purse. I...
Downloading the latest update (on Mac) for iWork and the notes say that it "adds support for iWork for iOS 1.7 apps."
On the support page,
Pages 4.3, Numbers 2.3, and Keynote 5.3 are updated to support iWork for iOS 1.7 apps.
I have the iPad version. It works pretty well and seems to be built pretty well. Not sure how this is going to work with an iPad mini, since the iPad version is a little cramped as it is and the iPad mini isn't as tall.