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get it while it's hot :}

iOS Firmware

/me is downloading :}

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My download took about 6 minutes, installed in 10. Now THAT my friends is impressive.
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Downloading now in the UK

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My download took about 6 minutes, installed in 10. Now THAT my friends is impressive.
my download is still going, was estimated to take ~30 minutes... lucky you :}

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Yeah....OMG LOVE IT!
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When does the iPad get 4.0? Downloading now for the touch...
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get it while it's hot :}

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/me is downloading :}
Be ready for a few questions from me mate :p

I wish i knew more about all things Technical

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When does the iPad get 4.0? Downloading now for the touch...
i heard July 5th (could be a rumor)

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Be ready for a few questions from me mate :p

I wish i knew more about all things Technical
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Haha.

Any chance you could post a pic like the other day that gives doughnuts like me an idea of what the update does please?

I like how you can chose your own background now, i know that is not realy a big thing on the scale of things but a nice touch all the same.

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Well, my personal experience is that in 44 minutes, I downloaded, installed, and arranged my apps in folders.

And, I swear I'm not lying, the first email I got was to remind me I have a reservation to get my new iPhone on Thursday.

Makes up for a blown shock on a downhill bike that ruined a 5 day weekend.
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ermmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm



How do you set up the folders ?

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OK, I started with games. Simply drag a game directly in top of another one, and the folder will be automatically created, and named "Games". You do have the option of renaming the folders later if you so desire.

After that, simply drag the rest of your games on to the folder and it will be placed in it. Note, there is a limit to how many items can be in a folder, so I named the second games folder "Games2". The limit seems to be 12 items per folder.
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ermmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm



How do you set up the folders ?
Drag and drop an app into another app.

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I feel out of date with my 2nd gen iPod touch.

-can't have Home Screen wallpaper
-can't have multitasking
-can't have Bluetooth keyboard
-and that may not be all I can't have

I need a new iPod touch!!!

But of everything aside, I think the App Folder is what I'm looking forward to. And maybe iBooks. But I really liked the multitasking and Home Screen wallpaper when it debuted.

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OK, I started with games. Simply drag a game directly in top of another one, and the folder will be automatically created, and named "Games". You do have the option of renaming the folders later if you so desire.

After that, simply drag the rest of your games on to the folder and it will be placed in it. Note, there is a limit to how many items can be in a folder, so I named the second games folder "Games2". The limit seems to be 12 items per folder.


Thanks a lot. BTW i am “stealing” your tips and posting them on my Facebook page for mates that are as dumb as me on techy stuff

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