Notes and Leopard: no syncing????

Argelius

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I just read in MacWorld's review of Leopard the following:

"Although Mail’s notes look a lot like the notes on the iPhone, the two don’t sync."

Is this really true?? For months I was operating under the assumption that with Leopard we'd finally be able to sync Notes.

Please, tell me this isn't so...

(The review is here: http://www.macworld.com/2007/10/reviews/leopard_review/index.php )
 

Fuchal

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Because the software update for iPhone and/or an iTunes update to sync this is not ready yet, so it can not be advertised as a Leopard feature.
 
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Argelius

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Because the software update for iPhone and/or an iTunes update to sync this is not ready yet, so it can not be advertised as a Leopard feature.
I guess/hope that makes sense. I am about 99% sure it was previously listed on Apple's "Leopard is coming" web page. So hopefully, that means it is still in the cards.

It's just such an obvious feature to have included from the start...
 
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phillipjfry

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I can safely assume that when Leopard is out, and some initial bugs are worked out, that Apple will reallocate their resources to get 10.4.11 out, along with an iTouch and iPhone update up and going. Yep, this time next month, we will all be very happy :apple:users...and all will be right in the world. :)
 
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Argelius

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I can safely assume that when Leopard is out, and some initial bugs are worked out, that Apple will reallocate their resources to get 10.4.11 out, along with an iTouch and iPhone update up and going. Yep, this time next month, we will all be very happy :apple:users...and all will be right in the world. :)
Cool. And I guess that means Cut & Paste is coming, too!

Excellent!

:)
 
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boss1

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I felt this way when I found out the Notes news yesterday. I guess patience is the only choice we have. Looking forward to the results of the SDK. hope we get some cool apps around March 08, and just deal with the iPhone that we have today until then.
 
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Argelius

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I felt this way when I found out the Notes news yesterday. I guess patience is the only choice we have. Looking forward to the results of the SDK. hope we get some cool apps around March 08, and just deal with the iPhone that we have today until then.
But Daaaaaadddy! I want it nooowww!!!
 
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Noeld

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You can sync notes through imap if you set the notes folder up to sync. Mail in Leopard treats notes as specially formatted e-mails.
 
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megfilmworks

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You can sync notes through imap if you set the notes folder up to sync. Mail in Leopard treats notes as specially formatted e-mails.
Where do you set this up?, I don't see it in iTunes.
EDIT: Ok I figured it out. Surprised there is not more info on this. Works for notes and to dos show up in the Apple mail To Do folder on the iPhone.
 
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zub3qin

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I think apple had this feature in a new iTunes in leopard but the also had a thing in iTunes which bricked anyone with 1.1.1 that was hacked. Apple pulled this iTunes at the last minute due to the bad publicity they got from prior bricking.
 
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smacman

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Nice conspiracy theory but unlikely as the Leopard Install DVDs were created 3 weeks ago...
 
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I think apple had this feature in a new iTunes in leopard but the also had a thing in iTunes which bricked anyone with 1.1.1 that was hacked. Apple pulled this iTunes at the last minute due to the bad publicity they got from prior bricking.
100% not true. The versions of iTunes in Leopard were the same as what was publicly available, just a month /out-of-date/, on average.

The only reason why the SIM unlocked phones 'bricked' when updated from 1.0.2 to 1.1.1 is that Apple updated the radio firmware. The SIM unlock, instead of being a good clean unlock, patches the radio firmware to unlock it. Two patches like this make for bad juju, and a non-functional radio.
 
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