Thanks for the info furbies. I was not aware of that aspect and appreciate you adding it in.
MacFrogger, I can share with you what worked for me after I had the same problem. I took all those bazillion messages and dragged them into a folder on my desktop. You can create as many folders as you want. Save backups of those folders wherever you feel most comfortable, like an external hard disk. Once you have them safely secured you can delete all those messages from Mail and you should see great improvement. Good luck.
This is so cool! Wish I had a need for them just to say I had them.
I'm not sure what a full-skin protective film is, but I can tell you that it works with a tempered glass cover if that helps in any way.
wab95, wait a few days and check out my review of the other new case from Griffin - The Survivor Core. It offers most of the protections that the larger case offers, but it has a clear back that lets the world know you have an Apple.
Manuel, I suspect that you are trying to use music that was not purchased directly from the iTunes store. These steps will only work with iTunes music. Even if you purchased a CD and added it to your iTunes library, the song will not be accepted. Hope this helps.
It is available from the company website (see above), or from Amazon. Last time I checked Amazon had them starting at $18.
Peter, good catch. The sentence should read I despise using the trackpad......
I'm not aware of any mouse although I agree that there is some advantage. For a wired mouse to work there would have to be a connection port on the keyboard. I don't know of any bluetooth mouse that works with an iOS device, but perhaps a reader will know of one and suggest it. If there is such an animal I would love to review it.
Brett, as noted in the review, the trackpad will do anything the Apple trackpad will do and it responds to the lightest of touches. I don't have an Apple magic trackpad to compare, but the product is quite sturdy and I have every confidence that it will hold up well.