Download and install went smooth, but for now it looks like this really is just a “bug fix” update with no noticeable added features…Anyone out there try it??
UPDATE: A list of big fixes can be found on Apple’s site here. It looks like Apple just patched security vulnerabilities in Safari for the most part…so sad.
UPDATE 2: Check out some other changes we’ve all found below.
- When setting up an IMAP mailbox and you fail to properly connect, the iPhone will now ask you if you want to continue and try again with SSL off.
- In the actual IMAP mailbox, much more folders are available for view like Inbox, Deleted Items, Sent Items, Drafts, Sent, Trash, Junk E-mail, Outbox, Public Folders, and RSS Feeds. These will vary depending on your actual folders, of course.
- When setting a passcode to lock the device, it now offers a much wider choice of lock times.
- If you decline connecting to a WiFi network, a popup box will let you know that you can turn WiFi off if needed.
That’s all we have for now. Keep ’em coming, guys!
Thanks, Patrick and Justin!