October 13, 2011


Andy Ihnatko, writing for The Chicago Sun-Times:

"There are new apps and new features and new behaviors, yes . . . but primarily, iOS 5 represents a basic shift in how Apple wants to think about their mobile devices."

Andy's thorough look at Apple's new mobile OS, available now for iPad, iPhone 3GS and newer, and third generation and newer iPod Touch devices.

I wish I could write as engagingly and thoughtfully as Andy. Great stuff.

Apple's update and activation servers were getting hammered by millions of users yesterday, leading to annoying delays and failure messages. You should be ok to try it now, however.