I didn’t really notice anything significant about the iPhone update the rolled out the other day until I started using mail off an IMAP account a little more. All of a sudden, the various IMAP folders are now visible – AND I can shove email into them as I like. That’s really, really nice.
It doesn’t appear to enable me to store from one IMAP account into another’s mailbox like Mac’s Mail.app does, but it’s a lot better than just seeing the Inbox, which was all I had prior to the update. Somewhere along the line, I even managed to get a “Trash” mailbox in addition to the normal “Trash” on my .Mac account – so I even see both of those.
The other thing I’ve noticed is that I can now connect and USE my local wifi. Previously, it didn’t recognize and work on the old wifi access point I had in the house, but it’s connecting and working just fine now! That’s incredibly wonderful for me, since the EDGE network is better than nothing at all, but it still frankly sucks for any reasonable amount of data transmission.
Thanks Apple! Nice update! (of course I still want an Objective-C API…)