Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 11th Apr 2014 09:49 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless

And the updates keep on coming.

  • Two-way sync of Exchange contacts.
  • Over-the-air (OTA) provisioning: Receive mobile data and MMS access point settings from your operator over-the-air
  • Share and receive pictures and contacts via MMS (experimental)
  • EXIF data is now stored in photos taken with camera.
  • Save GPS coordinates in captured photos [Settings->Apps->Camera]
  • Set default account to be used for sending emails [Settings->Apps->Email]
  • Swipe to close gesture available as a setting and disabled by default for new users [Settings->System->Shortcuts]
  • Visual interaction hints in events view, browser, camera, email, phone and messages apps
  • Keyboard sounds [Settings->System->Sounds and feedback->Touch screen tones]

The update also fixes the Heartbleed security issue.

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RE: MMS support
by daedalus on Fri 11th Apr 2014 18:00 UTC in reply to "MMS support"
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Yep, only took Apple how many years? ;)

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RE[2]: MMS support
by No it isnt on Sat 12th Apr 2014 00:38 in reply to "RE: MMS support"
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It was an obsolete feature that no one used back then. These days, it's really important.

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RE[3]: MMS support
by jockm on Sat 12th Apr 2014 02:45 in reply to "RE[2]: MMS support"
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Actually I would argue it was more important back then and less so now.

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RE[2]: MMS support
by jockm on Sat 12th Apr 2014 02:44 in reply to "RE: MMS support"
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Which is a mistake you would expect Jolla to have learned from. AT&T/Apple did at least provide a (clumsy, hard to use, and annoying) workaround.

Instead Jolla released a thing they called 1.0 that seems to be missing key features.

I would love nothing more than Jolla to turn into a viable alternative in the market, but they don't seem to be learning the mistakes of others...

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