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Also released (via iTunes) is iPhone Software 1.0.1. Apple simply describes the update as containing "bug fixes", and does not indicate any additional functionality at this time.


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edcrosay

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Oct 27, 2005
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iPhone update is installing now... and taking a long time. Kinda scary.
 
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katanna

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May 6, 2004
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From ApplePhoneShow.com:
"The first thing I noticed that’s different is the weather icon is updated to reflect the actual temperature and conditions."

Right about now I wish I had an iPhone!

Matthew
 
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jwa276

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Aug 7, 2005
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*scurries to grab iPhone cable*

Man, I feel like I've been waiting for this for a long time... Time to grab a beer and hope that it's not a big disappointment!!

:eek:
 
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edcrosay

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Oct 27, 2005
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Just installed it. Progress bar on the phone's display was a nice touch.
Is working fine. It does not update the weather icon as katanna noted.
 
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siurpeeman

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Dec 2, 2006
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it definitely is a lot more stable. i've been browsing safari listening to music for the past 20 minutes (at least). not a crash yet. pretty impressive.
 
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Luis

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Jul 19, 2006
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it does not affect hacks already done in iphone... (for the curious out there)

EDIT: 400th post!
 
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bytethese

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Jun 20, 2007
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iCraptastic

If you used iFuntastic, don't install this update. I think I have to restore my phone. :/

EDIT: Had to restore phone, it's downloading a 91.2MB file. I assume the 1.0.1 package as a whole. A message informed me I will loose all my music, etc on the phone. Glad I have everything backed up...

EDIT2: All mail was lost on my iPhone, needed to redownload. I now have 70 new mails to go thru. I also lost all my voicemails on my phone, but they seemed to have downloaded as well. WiFi, Voicemail and Gmail passwords needed to be re-entered.

EDIT3: Lost all my photos on my Camera Roll. Be sure to import them via iPhoto before making any adjustments to your iPhone! This way should Apple's next update require a restore, you will have everything.
 
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rishio

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Jan 21, 2003
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The first thing I noticed is the emails open up a lot faster. I used to have to wait for a while to open up emails..

Can anyone else confirm this?
 
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jphall

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Jul 18, 2002
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I swore I'd wait several days after the iPhone update came out to let you bleeding edge folks take care of the testing, but I notice I'm now reaching towards the dock to put my iPhone into it...... , must resist, must not do it.... , don't do it! ::grin::

I'll give you guys another hour and then I'll decide.

Joel.

Edit: It says I'm a newbie, can you believe it? Just because I don't post anymore, I just read? And I haven't lived in Boulder for more than two years? As you can see, I'm celebrating 5 years as a macrumors newbie!
 
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ryanide

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Jul 23, 2002
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yahoo! mail problem fixed

my Yahoo! mail used to display at the end something to the effect of "25 more messages... click to load" and there never were any messages there. This is now gone.

I think others had complained about this also.

It does seem faster overall. Can't wait to see what else we get!!
:)
 
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Starfall

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Dec 2, 2005
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From ApplePhoneShow.com:
"The first thing I noticed that’s different is the weather icon is updated to reflect the actual temperature and conditions."

Apparently it's 73 degrees and sunny wherever the Apple Phone Show is based.
 
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