The, which we went with at its launch last week, goes on sale tomorrow morning in the UK and we'll be super speedy with getting up our full review. Hopefully we'll also be able to provide you with some kind of comedy bonus material, as at .
In the meantime, we've created a series of this video for our 50 top tips.to help you get your noggin around some of its , and if you want a better idea of how to make the most of iOS 5 on your iPhone, then take a look at
Notifications get a makeover in the latest iOS, and the sparkling new iMessage facility is likely to be a favourite among many as it allows users to exchange instant messages for free. In light of thewith BlackBerry's equivalent IM service, BBM, the availability of this feature on the iPhone could well prove a draw for new users.
For those of you who live to tweet, you'll be glad to know thatis now central to the iPhone's communication tools. The Reminders app means you need never forget to pick up milk from the shop again, by allowing you to setup location-based prompting through a system called .
With, the requirement to plug your Apple gadget into your computer has vanished into thin air, and will give you access to all your music, photos and video files over your home network.
Apple's iCloud services are also live now. Take a look at our how-to features onand . If you have a Mac, we've got step by step guides to and .
We've also got a handy
A range of Apple products are now eligible to upgrade to the Apple's latest mobile operating system, including iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S, the iPad and iPad 2, and the third- and fourth-generation iPod touch.If you're still feeling disappointed after the launch of the 4S and are not convinced by the merits of any of Apple's new offerings, then turn that frown upside down with our complete guide to the iPhone 5.
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