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Fonts in notes

The Noteworthy font in writing

The hot-spot feature

How many devices are connected

The status bar

The Repeat Alert option in the Messaging menu has been replaced by an option to play the alert tone multiple times.
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Fonts in notes

The Noteworthy font in writing

The hot-spot feature

How many devices are connected

The status bar

You can choose to play the alert tone up to 10 times.
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Fonts in notes

The Noteworthy font in writing

The hot-spot feature

How many devices are connected

The status bar

The Noteworthy font has been replaced by the Chalkboard font that we got in iOS 4.2
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Fonts in notes

The Noteworthy font in writing

The hot-spot feature

How many devices are connected

The status bar

Here's how the Noteworthy font looks in writing.
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Fonts in notes

The Noteworthy font in writing

The hot-spot feature

How many devices are connected

The status bar

The hot-spot feature appears under the main Settings menu.
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Fonts in notes

The Noteworthy font in writing

The hot-spot feature

How many devices are connected

The status bar

After activating the hot-spot you must set a password and then choose your connection options. Once you're set up, the bar at the top shows you how many devices are connected.
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Fonts in notes

The Noteworthy font in writing

The hot-spot feature

How many devices are connected

The status bar

The status bar will continue to show even if you switch back to the home screen.
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