Just hope this is avaliable to those of use who don't currently have a sky package. Looks like IPTV will finally be taking off in a big commercial way.
22 posts • joined 28 Jul 2008
I'm an o2 premium customer. Just ran a speed test, 11.4 meg download, 1.1 meg upload, 28 ms ping at 7.45pm. Not much slower than at 4 in the morning.
Never had any real congestion problems (I'm in central Scotland), only the odd DNS issue and the general slow down last year when their backbone was cut through by blundering contractors in Yeo Street.
Installed 2.2 now and have run into problems.
Typical Apple - fix bugs and introduce new ones!
*Fixed emergency calls allowing locked iPhone to dial any number
*Speed in general seems to have improved
* Change Safari address bar (search is now positioned like the desktop version - to the side rather than below the address box field)
*Messed up Google Maps - KM rather than Miles
*Update resets brightness (easily reset)
*Lost SMS privacy option for previews
Roll on 2.2.1...
All very nice Apple (and appreciated) but there are still several outstanding issues:
Cut and Paste
Sat Nav app
Oh and I personally find auto correct to be good although it doesn't seem to learn as it goes - mins still gets changed to mind evern though I tell it not to make the change.
"I'll be on msn messenger in 10 mins" becomes "I'll be on men messenger in 10 mind" every freaking time :(
@Phil the Geek
It's to do with the fact if you don't login and use the auto login option then your password is not entered to unlock your keychain. A work around is to have a blank keychain - although this is not secure and not recommended.
I wish this would be resolved as right now this is an area where Windows still beats Ubuntu - ease of use with regards to wireless configuration. The new network manager is an improvement but there's a good bit more development and refining needed.
Well a trip to the Apple support forums suggests I'm not alone with the BSOD on Vista problem (nor am I the only one who finds unplugging the usb lead to the printer is a work around).
As for the XP toolbar problem - running a repair install fixed it - seems it works as long as you don't use Apples own software update utility!
Yes iTunes was originally designed for Mac but surely Apple can't push out Windows versions without proper testing - after all chances are iTunes on Windows has a bigger install base than on Apples own OS.
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