Yeah I don't believe it anyways, it's just funny how they test phones and then how everyone uses them. But some people are worried and power to them I guess. My grandma is definitely concerned, it amuses me that she always wears an earpiece with a cord because she is worried that bluetooth would harm her too.The second link points out that they have failed to prove that radio waves are carcinogenic. I think they were taking the "We can't prove it's harmful, but until we can prove it isn't we better add this warning in just to be safe" approach.
You just have to install the updater app for your iPhone 5 then you can update over the air.I could update over wifi with my iPad but have to hook up my iPhone5 to laptop to update 6.0.1,wonder why?
what is the updater app and how do u get it? I've updated my ip5 by connecting to laptop.You just have to install the updater app for your iPhone 5 then you can update over the air.
Here is some information from everything icafe, so that the next time you update you can do it from your phone.
Only the iPhone 5 had an issue with over-the-air updates, not the other iDevices. The issue was fixed by 6.0.1 so you're good for future updates, over-the-air or otherwise...I could update over wifi with my iPad but have to hook up my iPhone5 to laptop to update 6.0.1,wonder why?
That's strange that it just happened when they updated to 6.0.1, but "Delivered" means that it has been successfuly sent, but the recipient has not read it yet. When they read it, it'll change to "Read _______".So when I see "Delivered" after I send an iMessage, it means the person does not have Read Receipts on, but when I see "Read hh:mm," it means that person has "Send Read Receipts" set to on?
I was under the impression that the "Send Read Receipts" setting was only to send the word "Delivered" out; today was the first time I saw "Read hh:mm" from anyone, and it happened right after this person updated to 6.0.1, so I thought it was a goody provided by 6.0.1!
Ah, yeah I can see why an iPod touch would need to stay connected since it doesn't have a 3G radio. Didn't consider that.Also acosmichippo here is an article that says that iPod touches stay connected, it was released in iOS 4. http://www.imore.com/ios-4-feature-ipod-touch-wifi-stays-connected-asleep-iphone
So yeah I don't know about iPhones, I've never had one but my iPod touch is supposed to have persistent wifi even when asleep because in iOS 4 and 5 it worked as it should. Wifi was always on because I don't have any cell data service to back up to when it's asleep.
I think they changed that switch to "Safari" because it will now sync open tabs in addition to bookmarks.Underf iOS 5 in iCloud there used to be a "bookmarks" item to check. Where is it now in iOS 6? Am I suppose to click "Safari" and if so what else is going into the Cloud from Safari? I just want my bookmarks synced betweeen all my devices like I had before.