Leopard 'Notes' to sync with iPhone



  • Reply 21 of 25
    pmjoepmjoe Posts: 565member
    Syncing Notes in Leopard is a no-brainer. I posted this months ago, and I'm sure I'm not the only one.

    The real question is when you'll be able to sync notes with the iPod touch, and if Apple will let you edit them?!?
  • Reply 22 of 25
    taskisstaskiss Posts: 1,212member
    Originally Posted by wizard69 View Post

    I'm still of the opinion that Apple simply can't develop enough applications for the iPhone to keep momentum in the market place. Combine that with the heavy restrictions on iPhone apps and the device has a dim future if you ask me.

    What do you base those opinions on? Has there been a phone where "enough applications" preserved momentum in the past? Has there been a phone where no restrictions has caused it to take the lead over competition in unit sales?
  • Reply 23 of 25
    fairlyfairly Posts: 102member
    D.E.D. is C.R.A.C.K.E.R.S.
  • Reply 24 of 25
    Originally Posted by bukweet View Post

    Great! Only one more item remaining on my iPhone-wish-list:

    a GLOBAL "Find"

    I"ve got a ton of info on my Treo 650, from contacts to notes to specifications, and it would be a brick without global "find."

    Gimme that on an iPhone, and I'll jump on board the train.

    Surly this would be a mobile version of "Spotlight" ?
  • Reply 25 of 25
    Originally Posted by FreeState View Post

    I use to think that too... until today, for some reason I think we will see in the next update (before Christmas or around 10.5) with:

    RSS reader in Mail

    Web-clippings in Safari (widgets)


    To Do's

    MMS (either as part of mail or ichat)


    (the last two Im unsure of the rest Im betting we will see)

    The main reason I changed my mind is this "leak" and an article that I read online that states the last update 1.1.1 is actually the OS the phone was supposed to ship with but was not completed in time. (http://www.wired.com/gadgets/mac/com...cultofmac_1003)

    My call is that a major update for the iPhone will be launched in parallel with Leopard. I keep saying the reason it's taking so long is because the team is stretched thin from all the new products this year.
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