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post #201 of 256
Spoke too soon. Got another error message. My phone is currently a brick.
post #202 of 256
Absolutely does not work on any of my devices (2 iPod Touches, an iPad, an iPhone 4, and an ATV2).

I keep getting: "_Device name_could not be restored. An internal error occurred"

I backed up and erased the devices, made sure all OS X and iTunes updates were complete, even tried using recovery mode. No dice.

According to the responses on the MacRumors forums, this is happening to a LOT of people.
post #203 of 256
25 tries and 2 hours later, I've got success for the iPhone. Now on to the iPad...
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Drama Queen?

Shut it.
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post #205 of 256
It took some time, and several attempts to restore before I was successful, but the iPad and the iPhone 4 are up and running with iOS 5.

It's snappier! Really. Safari in both Lion and iOS5 is definitely more responsive.
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Originally Posted by j1h15233 View Post

Spoke too soon. Got another error message. My phone is currently a brick.

"Jih",

Don't give up... take a vallium/beer (or both, your choice) and stick with it using all the dirty tricks we have had to use in the previous iOS updates.

Myself like a lot of others did not have an easy go of it either.

After a few retries, resets and restores it finally worked. Alls well that ends well - Ugh!

Oh, one caveat, lookout for the iCloud stuff. I elected to enable it and ended up with multiple^2 duplicate entries in my calendar. Actually I am still cleaning that up but the iOS5 part is working well and no excessive battery drain like I have had with previous iPhone 4 iOS updates.

It appears the OS is stable but the installer is Poop !!!

PS - The only remaining annoyance is iTunes does not auto start when I plug my phone into the laptop, which now that I think about it may have caused some of the problems "I" experienced.

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post #207 of 256
Why after everytime it failed, my iphone has to be backed up again? That backup took more than 10 minutes and just went disappeared after a connection server error?

What is Apple doing??????
post #208 of 256
I turned on Airplane Mode and my install worked just fine.
post #209 of 256
I upgraded my Mac Pro to 10.7.2 and then upgraded iTunes to 10.5 and then plugged in my iPad 2. I backed up everything to my Mac and then downloaded iOS 5.0. It took a while to do its thing but every thing went very smoothly. All my iPad apps were missing but I clicked the Apps app and then hit the "Purchased" button which showed me all the previous apps that I had downloaded. I then hand picked and downloaded the ones I really wanted to to keep and ignored the rest.

So far all is working great and I am a very happy camper!
post #210 of 256
Upgraded to iTunes 10.5, then promptly D/L all my songs from the Cloud onto my laptop without a hitch. Previously they had all been on my main desktop.

So far I like this arrangement and will like it even further when I set up my i4S later this week.
I wanted to test-fire it somewhat early to get a feel for it.
post #211 of 256
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In less than 23 hours I will be selling iPhone 4S's here in Australia.

Mate, are you a reseller? Are your prices better than Apple Aus?
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post #212 of 256
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Originally Posted by gijoeinla View Post

mine is in "restore mode" interesting.. Must be backing up to icloud???

now says restoring iphone firmware

this is obviously a HUGE update. A challenge for Apple for sure.

next -- says your iphone is being restored to factory settings....

now -- restore in progress, restoring iphone from backup

backup finished, now says it's restoring Apps.

then it restored music, videos...

next go to the iphone. you'll now see icloud!! I had to purchase more memory.

this is gonna cause sheer panic in people not willing to be patient. This process must mean it's syncing and backing up to and from icloud now. Def. gonna be painful for people who freak and not wait it out. lets see what happens!!

+1 Completely accurate description of the process. It is a freaky thorough update.
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post #213 of 256
I got the notification that iOS 5 was available and at 7:30 EST I downloaded iOS 5 for my iPhone 4 the download took almost an hour but now I've lost all my apps and data because the backup after the upgrade consumed the 12GB I had available on my PowerBook and quit because I didn't have enough space to complete the backup for the final sync. WTF are we back to the memory hog backups of iOS 3.0. My hard drive is not that large that I can strip off any more GBs. My last iPhone backup only took 6.6 GB why on earth is this taking so much more. I guess this not doable on a MacBook Air either with such small SSDs. I have an 64GB iPad to upgrade as well what's a Person to do, start throwing away apps?
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post #214 of 256
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Originally Posted by KennMSr View Post

I have an 64GB iPad to upgrade as well what's a Person to do, start throwing away apps?

Do like everybody else, get a bigger drive. How do you expect to be able to backup a 64GB iPad if you don't have the space on your main machine to do it?

Either put in a larger internal drive or use an external drive. Drives are dirt cheap nowadays. I only have a 16GB iPad, but I have terrabytes of free space lying around with which to back up to, if needed.
post #215 of 256
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Originally Posted by KennMSr View Post

I got the notification that iOS 5 was available and at 7:30 EST I downloaded iOS 5 for my iPhone 4 the download took almost an hour but now I've lost all my apps and data because the backup after the upgrade consumed the 12GB I had available on my PowerBook and quit because I didn't have enough space to complete the backup for the final sync. WTF are we back to the memory hog backups of iOS 3.0. My hard drive is not that large that I can strip off any more GBs. My last iPhone backup only took 6.6 GB why on earth is this taking so much more. I guess this not doable on a MacBook Air either with such small SSDs. I have an 64GB iPad to upgrade as well what's a Person to do, start throwing away apps?

Having just completed the process, it appears to be backing up the entire contents of of the device, wiping it (assumption), then doing a clean install, then restoring Apps and other content. The operating system install itself took only around 10 minutes - succeeding on first attempt. Interesting that the phone appears to be completely functional while the restore is taking place. It surprised me to see that most of my apps were missing until I realized that they were being restored in the background.

Anyway - if you don't have space on your computer for a complete backup of the device then you are out of luck. Use an external drive.
post #216 of 256
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Originally Posted by bleo View Post

I was trying for a good 6 hours and it finally updated successfully. Have faith!

Wow, your first post ever, and all I can say is Thank you! After reading your positive words I gave it one more chance and wallaa! Got it, went through without a hitch.

Thanks again.
post #217 of 256
Well, it took 5 hours of working on it, but I managed to unbrick my phone and get iOS 5 on it. Yay! Unfortunately, some of my songs aren't playing anymore, so I'll have to look into that. Hopefully I just need to sync again.
post #218 of 256
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Originally Posted by gijoeinla View Post

Realistically. What's up with the "ready" comment???

I mean, this is a major deal, the biggest deal Apple or ANY company on this planet has ever undertaken.

To literally BACKUP peoples devices to their massive servers by OVER 100-200 iOS and OS users isn't going to be easy. Think about it before words insight peoples lack of understanding. :lol

There is no way this will go off without it's issues. Appleheads -- put on your helmets, grab your weapons and prepare for battle, radar shows incoming......

Yes understood its a gigantic undertaking with the back up. Yes of course their ready or they wouldn't have launched. Yes I'm sure there will be issues. My "ready" was more that I was downloading very soon after the announcement and it was already slow on a fast LAN. Thats all.
post #219 of 256
I only had one device (iphone 4) to upgrade and must have gotten lucky. All in all seems like a great upgrade and free! Message center very cool. Photo edit and Messages also very nice. iCloud not such a big deal for me, but maybe thats just me. Good luck to all having trouble....hope solutions come quickly.
post #220 of 256
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Originally Posted by NasserAE View Post

It amazes me that they still insist on releasing everything in one day. They could have release the Mac update Monday, iCloud Tuesday, and iOS today.

Or even days apart. I had thought they learned their lesson with their MobileMe/iOS2.0/iPhone 3G perfect storm release debacle.
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post #221 of 256
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Can you imagine having a 2 terrabytes drive and having to use USB ? Sounds like a nightmare.

Yes, because I'm enduring it right now. My 2TB LaCie doesn't have two FireWire 400 ports on the back that would let me chain it to my camcorder, just a 400 and 800. Currently I'm on my first generation MacBook that only has one FireWire 400 port.

Adapter wizardry could solve this, but in Egypt it's not always a simple drive to the Apple store for these things.

Still, that's nothing compared to the bottleneck on my USB 1.1 G3 iMac and its 1TB external drive.
post #222 of 256
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Originally Posted by subsky View Post

With the update to the ios5 i lost everything! my photos my apps my contacts EVERYTHING!
I connect my iphone to itunes and it says "Itunes was interrupted while restoring the contents of Iphone" George's Iphone ". Would you like to restore this Iphone again now? I press Continue restore and it asking me the code for the backup file! I put every code I remember but it says incorrect!! I remember that i had press encrypt backfile when i done iOS 4 update but now i cant fix it!!! Any solutions?Pleaseeeee help me cause i freak out!!!!!

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Originally Posted by NasserAE View Post

Without the correct password you cannot access your old backup. I don't know why people encrypt their iPhone backups. Just password protect your computer!
At least your backup is with you.
Good luck.

I had the same backup password problem, ultimately got frustrated and just turned the dang phone off and restarted it. That worked. I only needed to resync and reload all my music, apps, etc... but I now have iOS 5.
post #223 of 256
A touch of Apple, as usual.
NewsStand's icon can not be put into any folder.
P.S. Well, OK, iOS folders are Apple's shame anyway. They're for linux users only.

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post #224 of 256
It is hugely convenient to be able to download my purchases just whenever. I think iCloud is a great use of the Internet. c.f. the tackiness of the Web!
post #225 of 256
My iPad is currently an expensive paperweight. "Verifying iPad restore". ARRRGGHHHHHHHH
post #226 of 256
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Originally Posted by GregoriusM View Post

Keep hitting the Restore button and it will eventually restore. *I had to do it 4 times but it worked.

Thanks for the suggestion.

I didn't read it until now, so what I ended up doing was FINALLY getting it to "Restore To Factory Settings."
Since iPads now coming from the factory have iOS 5 on 'em, that worked,*
but there's 25 GIGS WORTH OF STUFF to put back on it, remake all the folders, re-sign in to everything, recreate a mail account, etc., etc., etc. ....

Look, I'll be the first to say it.
We haven't lost Steve for barely a week and already things are in the toilet?!?
Is this what we have to look forward to in the Cook era?*
Steve would NEVER ever have allowed anything like this to happen and there'd be a bunch of firings
& some sort of makegood gesture done on Steve's part -- like maybe Apple apps that cost money would be free for a weekend, something like that.

The whole iOS 5 process is nightmarish -- so, so not Apple.
Not Apple at all ....

And by the way, where're WEATHER & STOCKS in Notification Center?
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post #227 of 256
Looks like the convo died off here but I did finally get my phone and iPad updated. They really screwed up my apps and folders on the phone though. I had to spend another 30 minutes getting everything back into place.
post #228 of 256
I ended up downloading each of the updates through direct links....took minutes. The problem came when I updated the phone. It took well over an hour and hosed my ringtones. It filled the phone with over 4 gigs of "other," which mysteriously disappeared this morning.

Overall the new OS is Snappier™. No really, it is. Just need to get things back up and running. Also, I've been unable to move to iCloud due to server demand.
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post #229 of 256
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Originally Posted by bsenka View Post

Absolutely does not work on any of my devices (2 iPod Touches, an iPad, an iPhone 4, and an ATV2).

I keep getting: "_Device name_could not be restored. An internal error occurred"

I backed up and erased the devices, made sure all OS X and iTunes updates were complete, even tried using recovery mode. No dice.

According to the responses on the MacRumors forums, this is happening to a LOT of people.

Happened to me, too, with VZW iP4. Followed all instructions on the "info" link and discovered I had missed a couple of software updates, plus needed to disconnect all other USBs and connect MBP to router via ethernet, turn off WiFi and disconnect BT keyboard and empty trash that had lots of deleted apps in it and reboot. That did it. But the restore took over an hour on my 32Gb iP4 with 9Gb free. Be patient. Often it looked like the process had frozen but it would soon resume.
post #230 of 256
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Originally Posted by SDW2001 View Post

I ended up downloading each of the updates through direct links....took minutes. The problem came when I updated the phone. It took well over an hour and hosed my ringtones. It filled the phone with over 4 gigs of "other," which mysteriously disappeared this morning.

Overall the new OS is Snappier. No really, it is. Just need to get things back up and running. Also, I've been unable to move to iCloud due to server demand.

I had the same indication of many GB of "Other" - so much so that it warned of over capacity. But when I clicked on the memory usage bar that disappeared. No idea what all that was about.
post #231 of 256
How difficult is it to right click your device icon and then choose backup.

Done? OK, now you know 100% that your settings and folders are all nicely backed up.

Next, update/restore

Try the update button, if it fails try restore. If that fails do a DFU restore.

DFU

Ok, you are probably looking at a USB icon on your device.
Leave the cable attached, press and hold the Home button (the round one on the front) and the power button (the one at the top).
Once the screen goes black (resets) release the buttons then quickly hold them down again.
Count to 10 (you know, say "1 and 2 and 3 and 4 and 5 and 6 and 7 and 8 and 9 and 10" out loud and then release ONLY the power button.
Keep the home button held down for another 10 count.

Now clear the errors in iTunes then choose restore.

After restoring select the option to restore the backup you took (it will have the time next to it so you know its the one you just took.

Nice and easy, no need for Drama Queens (Ireland) or any screaming or shouting. This is all probably not needed now as Apples servers seem to have calmed down.
post #232 of 256
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Originally Posted by CaryMG View Post

Thanks for the suggestion.

I didn't read it until now, so what I ended up doing was FINALLY getting it to "Restore To Factory Settings."
Since iPads now coming from the factory have iOS 5 on 'em, that worked,*

Is this a joke or are you serious?

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but there's 25 GIGS WORTH OF STUFF to put back on it, remake all the folders, re-sign in to everything, recreate a mail account, etc., etc., etc. ....

Restore the backup in iTunes. It restores all of your settings, folders, installed applications and settings. Really really easy. Unless you didn't backup ?
To do this right click your devices icon in iTunes and select restore backup. Of course of you were paying attention it actually asks you if you want to do this after restoring.

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Look, I'll be the first to say it.
We haven't lost Steve for barely a week and already things are in the toilet?!?
Is this what we have to look forward to in the Cook era?*
Steve would NEVER ever have allowed anything like this to happen and there'd be a bunch of firings
& some sort of makegood gesture done on Steve's part -- like maybe Apple apps that cost money would be free for a weekend, something like that.

The whole iOS 5 process is nightmarish -- so, so not Apple.
Not Apple at all ....

This is no different from previous upgrades. If you are too impatient to wait to get the update then you deserve all the pain and suffering you have put yourself through due to your ignorance.
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And by the way, where're WEATHER & STOCKS in Notification Center?

There are no Apple weather or stocks apps on the iPad, didn't you notice that before you upgraded? This is a typical PEB CAK* issue.

*Problem exists between chair and keyboard.
post #233 of 256
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Originally Posted by ivan.rnn01 View Post

A touch of Apple, as usual.
NewsStand's icon can not be put into any folder.

Worse than that- I can't pull my NYTimes App out of newsstand as a standalone App. I now have to tap TWICE to read it! This is progress??
post #234 of 256
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Originally Posted by irnchriz View Post

Is this a joke or are you serious?


Restore the backup in iTunes. It restores all of your settings, folders, installed applications and settings. Really really easy. Unless you didn't backup ?
To do this right click your devices icon in iTunes and select restore backup. Of course of you were paying attention it actually asks you if you want to do this after restoring.



This is no different from previous upgrades. If you are too impatient to wait to get the update then you deserve all the pain and suffering you have put yourself through due to your ignorance.

There are no Apple weather or stocks apps on the iPad, didn't you notice that before you upgraded? This is a typical PEB CAK* issue.

*Problem exists between chair and keyboard.

You seem to have an excuse for everything. This is no way, no how, the same as previous upgrades. Are you for real? Calling others ignorant???
post #235 of 256
plz help guys !

found here jailbreak ios 5 !! its untethered guys ? and this tutorial is true or not ?

post #236 of 256
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Originally Posted by iKol View Post

You seem to have an excuse for everything. This is no way, no how, the same as previous upgrades. Are you for real? Calling others ignorant???

It IS the same upgrade process as all previous upgrades. It rewrites the entire OS on the device just as all previous upgrades have. Its not until iOS5 that we will see delta updates which will be a different kettle of fish from previous upgrades.

Now maybe you should crawl back under your bridge mr troll.
post #237 of 256
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Originally Posted by irnchriz View Post

How difficult is it to right click your device icon and then choose backup.

Done? OK, now you know 100% that your settings and folders are all nicely backed up.

Next, update/restore

Try the update button, if it fails try restore. If that fails do a DFU restore.

DFU

Ok, you are probably looking at a USB icon on your device.
Leave the cable attached, press and hold the Home button (the round one on the front) and the power button (the one at the top).
Once the screen goes black (resets) release the buttons then quickly hold them down again.
Count to 10 (you know, say "1 and 2 and 3 and 4 and 5 and 6 and 7 and 8 and 9 and 10" out loud and then release ONLY the power button.
Keep the home button held down for another 10 count.

Now clear the errors in iTunes then choose restore.

After restoring select the option to restore the backup you took (it will have the time next to it so you know its the one you just took.

Nice and easy, no need for Drama Queens (Ireland) or any screaming or shouting. This is all probably not needed now as Apples servers seem to have calmed down.

Thank You !!

You explanation of HOW TO DO IT made all the difference. My iPhone is completely operable thanks to you post. Much Obliged !!

I signed up here to post my thanks

Mike
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Originally Posted by simtub View Post

Updating as I type. I'm in HK and it was made live around 1:30am HK time

List of updates:

iOS 5 Software Update

This update contains over 200 new features, including the following:

\t\tNotifications
\t◦\tSwipe from the top of any screen to view notifications in one place with Notification Center
\t◦\tNew notifications appear briefly at the top of the screen
\t◦\tView notifications from lock screen
\t◦\tSlide the notification app icon to the right on the lock screen to go directly to the app
\t\tiMessage
\t◦\tSend and receive unlimited text, photo, and video messages with other iOS 5 users
\t◦\tTrack messages with delivery and read receipts
\t◦\tGroup messaging and secure encryption
\t◦\tWorks over cellular network and Wi-Fi*
\t\tNewsstand
\t◦\tAutomatically organizes magazine and newspaper subscriptions on Home Screen
\t◦\tDisplays the cover of the latest issue
\t◦\tBackground downloads of new issues
\t\tReminders for managing to do lists
\t◦\tSyncs with iCloud, iCal and Outlook
\t◦\tLocation-based reminders when you leave or arrive at a location for iPhone 4S and iPhone 4
\t\tBuilt-in support for Twitter
\t◦\tSign-in once in Settings and tweet directly from Camera, Photos, Maps, Safari and YouTube
\t◦\tAdd location to any tweet
\t◦\tView twitter profile pictures and usernames in Contacts
\t\tCamera improvements for devices with cameras
\t◦\tDouble click the home button when device is asleep to bring up a camera shortcut on iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and iPod touch (4th generation)
\t◦\tVolume Up button to take a picture
\t◦\tOptional grid lines to line up shots
\t◦\tPinch to zoom in the preview screen
\t◦\tSwipe to camera roll from preview screen
\t◦\tTap and hold to lock focus and exposure, iPad 2 and iPod touch (4th generation) only support exposure lock
\t\tPhoto improvements for devices with cameras
\t◦\tCrop and rotate
\t◦\tRed eye removal
\t◦\tOne tap enhance
\t◦\tOrganize photos into albums
\t\tMail improvements
\t◦\tFormat text using bold, italic, or underlined fonts
\t◦\tIndentation control
\t◦\tDrag to rearrange names in address fields
\t◦\tFlag messages
\t◦\tMass mark messages as flagged, read or unread
\t◦\tCustomize mail alert sounds
\t◦\tS/MIME
\t\tCalendar improvements
\t◦\tYear view on iPad and new Week view for iPhone and iPod touch
\t◦\tTap to create an event
\t◦\tView and add event attachments
\t\tGame Center improvements
\t◦\tUse personal photos for your Game Center account
\t◦\tCompare your overall achievement scores with your friends
\t◦\tFind new Game Center friends with friend recommendations and friends of friends
\t◦\tDiscover new games with custom game recommendations
\t\tAirPlay Mirroring for iPad 2 and iPhone 4S
\t\tMultitasking Gestures for iPad
\t◦\tUse four or five fingers to pinch to the Home Screen
\t◦\tSwipe up to reveal the multitasking bar
\t◦\tSwipe left or right to switch between apps
\t\tOn-device setup, activation and configuration with Setup Assistant
\t\tSoftware updates available over the air without tethering
\t\tiCloud support
\t◦\tiTunes in the Cloud
\t◦\tPhoto Stream
\t◦\tDocuments in the Cloud
\t◦\tApps and Books automatic download and purchase history
\t◦\tBackup
\t◦\tContacts, Calendar, and Mail
\t◦\tFind My iPhone
\t\tRedesigned Music app for iPad
\t\tHourly weather forecast
\t\tReal-time stock quotes
\t\tWireless sync to iTunes
\t\tKeyboard improvements
\t◦\tSplit keyboard for iPad
\t◦\tImproved autocorrection accuracy
\t◦\tImproved Chinese and Japanese input
\t◦\tNew Emoji keyboard
\t◦\tPersonal dictionary for autocorrection
\t◦\tOptionally create keyboard short cuts for frequently used words
\t\tAccessibility improvements
\t◦\tOption to light LED flash on incoming calls and alerts for iPhone 4S and iPhone 4
\t◦\tCustom vibration patterns for incoming calls on iPhone
\t◦\tNew interface for using iOS with mobility-impairment input devices
\t◦\tOption to speak a selection of text
\t◦\tCustom element labeling for VoiceOver
\t\tExchange ActiveSync improvements
\t◦\tWirelessly sync tasks
\t◦\tMark messages as flagged, read or unread
\t◦\tImproved offline support
\t◦\tSave a new contact from a GAL service
\t\tMore than 1,500 new developer APIs
\t\tBug fixes

Products compatible with this software update:
\t\tiPhone 4S
\t\tiPhone 4
\t\tiPhone 3GS
\t\tiPad 2
\t\tiPad
\t\tiPod touch (4th generation)
\t\tiPod touch (3rd generation)

* Normal carrier data rates may apply. Messages will be sent as SMS when iMessage is unavailable, carrier messaging fees apply.

For information on the security content of this update, please visit this website:
\t<http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1222>

very helpful thank you , that sucks that you cant do apple tv mirroring on the iphone 4, how do you enable it on the ipad 2 though?
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Originally Posted by solipsism View Post

Step 1: Back up your iOS 4.x device.

Step 2: Install iOS 5.0.

Step 3: Use latest backup to restore settings when asked.

Thanks. It worked like a charm.

Anyways what happened to Reading List in Safari of iOS 5?

In keynote Scott had said that iOS 5 will push Reading Lists to all the iOS devices + Safari of Mac & PC. In my MBP's safari I am not able to find any feature related to pushing my reading lists to any iOS devices or may be am I missing something?
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I can't put newsstand into a folder?
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