Mountain Lion …

Every since I bought iPhone 5, I am very eager to get everything connected. My iPhone 5 is almost in sync with my iPad 2 except that my iPad 2 is still running the old iOS 5.0.1. I am just a bit lazy to update it especially it’s a jailbroken device. Most likely, I will be forced into updating it when it comes a time when I can’t install or update the apps and games. I kind of glad that I bought the 32GB iPad 2 because it’s almost full now. I wonder what I will do with a 16GB version. Apart from updating my iPad 2 to iOS6, another thing in my wish list is Mountain Lion.

I am still with Lion and I really disappointed that just a few months after Lion, Apple launched the cheaper Mountain Lion which has more significant changes than Lion. I just want to get rid of the MobileMe thingy sitting in the system preferences as well as the warning message that says it couldn’t find my mobileme account when I try to sync Calendar. But the ultimate question is when do I do it. My MacBook Air is quite low on disk space and I simply haven’t gotten the time to clear it out; mainly photos and apps. I am hoping to setup an iTune server but I just have too many things in my mind.

By the way, I have managed to share my reminder list to Mee’s iPhone. That way, she can update the list of things to buy on her iPhone and I will get it on my iPhone. She can just send a message to me asking me to check the list rather than sending me several messages on the things she would like me to buy after work. I think that’s what I like about Apple products and what Apple has been trying to promote. You can share between iDevices among yourself or among friends and families. I can be browsing on my MacBook Air and bookmark a website. The bookmark will then be available on my iPhone 5 and iPad 2. Even better with Mountain Lion and iOS 6 is the iCloud Tab. I could be browsing on my MacBook Air and pick up my Mac’s browser tabs from my iPhone 5. How convenient is that?!

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