"Here is an interesting side by side comparison of various features between iOS 6 and iOS 7. If you haven't upgraded yet, this look may help you decide. If you've already upgraded, do you miss what you had, or like the new look better?
Sent from his iPad, Jim Hamm sends this link: "Here is a comparison of the icons in iOS 7 vs iOS 6, which we're using now. I'm not impressed with the change. The new icons seem washed out to me. I don't really see any improvement or any reason for the change. I guess Apple felt like they should do something if they are upgrading the iOS. What do you think of the new icons?"
John Carter gives directions, "iOS 6.1.2 update is available. How should you proceed? This notice is going out to a large group of people, and you may get this notice more than once. If you do not own an iOS device, you may disregard this notice.
- Update iTunes.
- Sync your device to iTunes.
- Backup your device.
- Perform the update either from iTunes or from the device.
- Backup your device again. (Got it? Thanks to John Carter!)
Three articles caught Jim Hamm's attention, and each deserve at least a quick look. Even if you're not particularly interested in the topic, it might be interesting to note the links on these sites. The first two are from MakeUseOf, and it has links to How To & Tips, Cheats & Guides, Geeky Fun. The third is from the latest Macworld that shows links to What's Hot, Reviews, How-To and Creative.
"If you were a Mobile Me user, you might have additional storage on iCloud. Take a look at this.
"Here's an article describing the difference between the internet and the World Wide Web. For most of us, we probably don't care about the difference, we just appreciate that it all works.
"If you've upgraded to iOS 6 and are experiencing some problems, here's an article with some tips that might help."
"If (or when) you upgrade to iOS 6 in your iPad or iPhone,of what's new in the settings," writes Jim Hamm.
This interesting tidbit about iOS 6 for iPads and iPhones comes to us from Jim Hamm. See the article here about downloading free apps without needing a password. He sends it via Zite, a free personalized magazine iPad app.