Leopard and iphone?

Nutter

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Mar 31, 2005
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The same thing as happens in Tiger. The version of iTunes that ships with Leopard is exactly the same as the one you're using in Tiger.
 

calvy

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Sep 17, 2007
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Why does everyone expect that Leopard is going to change their iPhone somehow? iTunes syncs with the phone, not OS X. And Leopard is coming with the latest version of iTunes as far as I know.

New mail features are great, but until iTunes is updated to take advantage of them, I don't think we can expect anything. And surely if we were about to get note syncing, Apple would have included that in the feature list of either iTunes or the iPhone updates.
 

megfilmworks

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Jul 1, 2007
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Sherman Oaks
I have a feeling that Apple will let the Leopard release stand on its own, and then after the smoke clears, a new iPhone/iTunes combo will be released with Leopard features enabled, maybe with notes syncing, etc.
This will entice the fence sitters to buy the new OS to increase the capability of their iPhones.
 

boss1

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Jan 8, 2007
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I wonder if Apple will start naming the major iPhone OS releases like they do with OS X . (Tiger, Leopard, etc)

They should use cat names for the iPhone OS' ( Siamese, Persian, Korat, Sphynx, Burmese )

So the Mac OS' releases have the big cat names and the iPhone OS' have the little cat names.
 

madmaxmedia

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Dec 17, 2003
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Although I also believe a new iPod/iTunes update will roll out new features, it's not impossible for Leopard to make new sync options possible.

For example, the existing iTunes could have the capability to sync notes, but doesn't do so because the new system feature is absent. Once you install Leopard, it is there and iTunes will synchronize it. Not saying it's likely, but possible. This stuff may have been planned out months ago, when they might have expected to ship Leopard earlier.

But ToDo's would require a new app on the iPhone of course.

Why does everyone expect that Leopard is going to change their iPhone somehow? iTunes syncs with the phone, not OS X. And Leopard is coming with the latest version of iTunes as far as I know.

New mail features are great, but until iTunes is updated to take advantage of them, I don't think we can expect anything. And surely if we were about to get note syncing, Apple would have included that in the feature list of either iTunes or the iPhone updates.
 
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