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Just to clarify, Voice Control runs entirely on the iPhone hardware. All speech processing and recognition is done locally, so no internet connection is needed. That puts all the load on the mobile device's processor, but it's feasible to do so because Voice Control has a very limited vocabulary.By contrast, all of the current voice iOS recognition apps I've tried--Google, the old but still working (for the next week) version of Siri, Dragon Dictate, Dragon Go!, and Vlingo--do *no* voice recogni
I have been a PC user all of my adult life and was pretty content with Microsoft up until Windows ME (Yes, I have purchased every version upgrade to Windows).
I wonder if it has anything to do with Apple opening their beta program to the public: http://bit.ly/qwtChC
I surfed the net on my iPad while walking through every room in our home and around the outside as well. No wifi or any other problems. I suspect those reporting problems either 1) Have defective units that need to be replaced, 2) Have weak wifi signals (get Apple's Airport Extreme), 3) Are Apple haters making bogus reports.The iPad has all but replaced my the 4th generation ipod touchBook Pro. When a decent VNC app for iPad comes along the MBP is going into the closet to become a compute server. If you plan to live fore
No optical drive, Can't run PowerPC apps, No keyboard or mouse, USB ports a little close together, iWeb and iDVD gone
Your question was specifically addressed in the article (item #4).
Click your iPhone under "Devices" and click the "Music" tab located on the top of the iPhone window. Click the "Sync Music" check-box and then click the "Selected playlists, artists and genres" radio button. Click the playlist that you created and click "Sync." iTunes uploads the songs to your iPhone. You should see a "Sync is complete" confirmation message when the process completes.
What game is that multiplayer flying one in the ad?