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post #41 of 43
So, the bad news is that 1.0.1 didn't bring any shiny new features (it was a "dot dot" release after all).

But the good news is that it:

- kept Apple's security cred high before Black Hat
- made Safari more stable for many people (patching memory leaks & buffer overruns would have helped both security and stability)
- added bcc: to Mail
- made Mail more responsive
- other subtle bug fixes that some have been noticing (louder speaker sound?) etc

and...

- didn't undo any of the work of the iPhone dev wiki team working to unlock it for international owners (a lot of US people don't realize how desperately this is needed because of Apple's pigheadedness about locking it up to one carrier and cutting their overseas fans off)
- jailbreak still works
- custom ringtones, etc all still fine
- 3rd party app development not set back at all

Not too bad for a x.0.1 release, from a "could have been worse" angle.
post #42 of 43
It is curious, that updating has not been published on site of Apple and is accessible only through a player iTunes. Thus installation process is shown on computer display, instead of on the display of iPhone itself.
post #43 of 43
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Originally Posted by Northgate View Post

You don't type acronyms in all caps?

As tomkarl said, caps lock is there already. Settings > General > Keyboard > Auto-Capitalization -> On. When typing, double click the shift key and it will turn blue to indicate caps lock state.
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