Doh! Good catch, BurmaYank!
You can try Sweet16. I haven't used it, but I've heard it's pretty good. http://www.sheppyware.net/software-mac/sweet16/
It's like you know me.
It sure can't hurt to wait just in case there are other bugs that haven't been caught yet.
It means that as long as your iPad or Mac has an Internet connection via cellular data or WiFi they can receive calls from your iPhone even when it isn't on the same WiFi network. Here's an example of where this could be handy: Let's say I want to hang out at my local coffee shop, but my iPhone battery is nearly dead. I can plug in my phone at home, then walk over to the coffee shop with my iPad. If I get any calls, they'll ring through to me on my iPad because it's on the coffee shop's…
Well, Apple could add sperm count. Any ideas for other male-specific reproductive data?
ibuck, no need to add your ISP's servers back in since OpenDNS and Google are going to be more efficient anyhow. And don't worry about adding anything to the column on the right. Everything should just work once you have your new DNS entries in.
Do you have access to one to try? Maybe a nearby Apple Store or a friend who has one? You could try it out to see if it works for you.
Hey BurmaYank, Apple Watch's heart rate sensors will work just fine, so that won't be an issue. The motion sensors may, however, have trouble telling when you've lifted your wrist to look at the watch.
I was really impressed with the whole experience. There had to be some serious training ahead of this launch because they did absolutely everything right.