Originally Posted by WordMasterRice
Apple's release notes are not really all-encompassing. In fact in my experience they barely scratch the surface, they just point out some of the major API changes. He might have been reffering to other changes that wouldn't show up in the release notes anyway.
And those would be coming from somewhere right? If Apple lists the items they list in the release notes, and have a document with these other items that list pretty much similar things, why wouldn't that information be included in the release notes then? Still doesn't quite add up somehow.
In fact, release notes that were posted by the poster mention that FaceTime landscape orientation issues have been resolved, while the real release notes make it a point to mention that FaceTime not working properly in landscape mode is a known issue (meaning it wasn't fixed)...so there's a bigger disconnect there.