In reference to what application?
By one perspective, the "pros" are that they're a great idea, the "cons" are that they are ignored in too many ways. By a less radical perspective, the "pros" are that they're… a great idea, the "cons" are that they are not wrote as fully detailed as we'd like. For instance, was the right to bear arms really meant to be an absolute, including the right to have a nuclear missile in your back yard? Or less dramatically, was it meant so that you could have the same arms as a regular soldier in the Army? When you are guaranteed the right to a jury trial - did they mean a 12 person jury that has to unanimously agree and with the right to nullify fully acknowledged? Or would a three person panel of professional jurors employed by the state and deciding by 2/3rds majority with no nullification allowed meet the requirement of the amendment? Of course, it's not our founder's fault, these "cons". They were writing in plain English, it's two and a third centuries of lawyers "interpreting" that's made it unclear. One suspects that even if each amendment was 10 pages long, that the lawyers and legislators and justices would still find "excepts" and "what ifs" in it. I guess then that the biggest "con" of all is that a piece paper can't make politicians honor it, no matter the oaths they swear.
it comes out on monday 21st of June according to apple
Plug your iPod into the computer to charge it and it will ask if you want to update it.
go into its tab in itunes and click update
The apple iOS 5 update IS OUT NOW
Plug in your IPhone,IPod or IPad to your computer and load itunes 10.5 then it should tell you if you want to upgrade to 5.0 if you haven't already then it should do its stuff… and in about 20 mins or above it should be done. If you get error 3200 then keep trying it means the serves are busy.
The update contains over 200 new features, including the following: Notifications Swipe from the top of any screen to view notifications in one place with Notification CenterN…ew notifications appear briefly at the top of the screenView notifications from lock screenSlide the notification app icon to the right on the lock screen to go directly to the appiMessage Send and receive unlimited text, photo, and video messages with other iOS 5 usersTrack messages with delivery and read receiptsGroup messaging and secure encryptionWorks over cellular network and Wi-Fi*Newsstand Automatically organizes magazine and newspaper subscriptions on Home ScreenDisplays the cover of the latest issueBackground downloads of new issues Reminders for managing to do lists Syncs with iCloud, iCal and OutlookLocation-based reminders when you leave or arrive at a location for iPhone 4S and iPhone 4Built-in support for Twitter Sign-in once in Settings and tweet directly from Camera, Photos, Maps, Safari and YouTubeAdd location to any tweetView twitter profile pictures and usernames in ContactsCamera improvements for devices with cameras Double click the home button when device is asleep to bring up a camera shortcut on iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and iPod touch (4th generation)Volume Up button to take a pictureOptional grid lines to line up shotsPinch to zoom in the preview screenSwipe to camera roll from preview screenTap and hold to lock focus and exposure, iPad 2 and iPod touch (4th generation) only support exposure lockPhoto improvements for devices with cameras Crop and rotateRed eye removalOne tap enhanceOrganize photos into albumsMail improvements Format text using bold, italic, or underlined fontsIndentation controlDrag to rearrange names in address fieldsFlag messagesMass mark messages as flagged, read or unreadCustomize mail alert soundsS/MIMECalendar improvements Year view on iPad and new Week view for iPhone and iPod touchTap to create an eventView and add event attachmentsGame Center improvements Use personal photos for your Game Center accountCompare your overall achievement scores with your friendsFind new Game Center friends with friend recommendations and friends of friendsDiscover new games with custom game recommendationsAirPlay Mirroring for iPad 2 and iPhone 4SMultitasking Gestures for iPad 2 Use four or five fingers to pinch to the Home ScreenSwipe up to reveal the multitasking barSwipe left or right to switch between appsOn-device setup, activation and configuration with Setup AssistantSoftware updates available over the air without tetheringiCloud support iTunes in the CloudPhoto StreamDocuments in the CloudApps and Books automatic download and purchase historyBackupContacts, Calendar, and MailFind My iPhoneRedesigned Music app for iPadHourly weather forecastReal-time stock quotesWireless sync to iTunesKeyboard improvements Split keyboard for iPadImproved autocorrection accuracyImproved Chinese and Japanese inputNew Emoji keyboardPersonal dictionary for autocorrectionOptionally create keyboard short cuts for frequently used wordsAccessibility improvementsOption to light LED flash on incoming calls and alerts for iPhone 4S and iPhone 4Custom vibration patterns for incoming calls on iPhoneNew interface for using iOS with mobility-impairment input devicesOption to speak a selection of textCustom element labeling for VoiceOverExchange ActiveSync improvements Wirelessly sync tasksMark messages as flagged, read or unreadImproved offline supportSave a new contact from a GAL serviceMore than 1,500 new developer APIsBug fixes
You can update your iOS device (iPhone, iTouch, iPad) in two different ways: through the Settings app or through iTunes. Through Settings (recommended): Note: this method onl…y works if you already have iOS 5 or above. To see which version you have, go to Settings > General > About > Version. Simply tap the Settings app, then go to General > Software Update. It will either say that your software is up to date or give you an update. If it tells you there is a new update, download and install it. Your iOS device will restart itself and boom! You have the latest version of iOS. Through iTunes: Plug your iOS device into your computer. Click on the device on iTunes, and click "Check for Update". Then download and install it to your device. This method is a little slower than the other one, and your computer must remain powered on for the entire update, but it gets the job done. Plug your device into iTunes (on your computer) and click the update button. It should be in Summary. If you have iOS 5, then you can update it from your device in Settings. if yOU jailbreak it you can jailbreak it at any computer service shop
You need to connect your touch to the computer, then open iTunes then select update. This will update your device.
Plug it into iTunes, then click the update button. The software will download and update itself.
I don't know if it is supported anymore but if it is, connect you device to computer, open iTunes, and check for a new update
If you are running iOS 5, you can update to iOS 6.1.3 (or 6.1.4 on iPhone 5) by going into Setting>General>Software Update. If you are running iOS 3 or 4, you can update to th…e latest software by plugging your iDevice into your iTunes-authorized computer and wait for your device to be recognized. Once this is done, there should be a pop-up to download and update to the new iOS. Everything should be self explanatory by then.
iOS 6.0 is expected in October of 2012.
go to settings then go to general click software update it will check for and update (you need wifi to do that).I should come up with an update for iOS 6 see if you have enoug…h space if so click update and it should start downloading.