Well that settles that.http://www.apple.com/ipodtouch/features.html?feature=multitouch
"And iPod touch features a touchscreen QWERTY keyboard perfect for browsing the web in Safari, searching for videos on YouTube, finding music on the iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store, entering calendar events, or adding new contacts."
Well that settles that.
on the iphone, there's a plus symbol on the upper right to add events. the software on the ipod touch could be a pre-release version that's not yet final. i'd have to agree with the above quote that events can be added.Well I hope you can, but from that calendar shot on the touch it appears there's no edit button.
Anyone with an iPhone, how about a comment?
That's not good to hear. Perhaps they rearranged the button placement on the iPod version? Also, it looks like the person using the calendar is doing a drag motion on the mini agenda. I wonder if that's why we don't see the plus button.I fired up Calendar on my iPhone for the second time ever (seriously WTH do people need a calendar?!?) and in month view (as in the screenshots), there is a "+" button in the upper right corner that you hit to add an event. The plus button I'm talking about is missing in the iPod screenshots in this thread. To edit an existing event, first you tap the event to bring up the event details screen. On that screen there is an edit button in the upper right corner that you hit to edit/delete the event. Same exact thing for List and Day views.