- Apr 2, 2007
- No, sleep, till, BROOKLYN
- 11 Xterra Pro-4x, 12 'stang GT
Strange its very quick on mine, actually quicker than starting up camera app normally from an unlocked phone. Do you have the 3Gs? Could explain.The lockscreen features aren't really very useful. You can double tap home on the lockscreen and a camera button pops up.. Trouble is, that pretty much takes just as long as unlocking and tapping the camera app, at least it does for me.
+1 also for lock screen. At least weather....Oh, and I want them to open up for 3rd party widgets for the Notification center.
It works very well and its nice in a sense that you are not using up your txts and can put videos/pics in it very easily but its just not as universal as google talk (or facebook chat, or aim or MSN or w/e) since its iOS only.I've had no issues at all with iMessage. Works flawlessly. Been chatting a lot to my dad and sister with it.
To quote Obama "YES WE CAN!" but it's a bit tricky. Basically the trick is that you have to put it in there as the folder is getting created. So you line up 3 icons in a row Newstand and 2 others, then you drag one of the other two on top of the other and REAL fast drag NS onto it as the folder is created. It will put it in the folder but it won't actually show up in there. Also if you try to run it from folder you will break things, didn't try myself can't tell you what it breaks but that's what I read. I managed on my first try but you gotta be quick.My biggest complaint about iOS 5.0 is that you can't move Newsstand into a folder.
I did forget about newsstand.
- Newsstand utterly useless very small selection of magazines, makes no sense on an iPhone due to a very tiny screen and just like iBooks doesn't have an OS X counterpart. In the world where Kindle and Nook both have apps for every single platform (well OK maybe not for Linux) iBooks and Newsstand fail miserably.