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It looks as though Steve Jobs thoroughly enjoys sending email from his iPad. In the ongoing email saga, the newest email promises full HTML 5 support in the next desktop version of Safari.
Eugenij Sukharenko, a reader and developer for MacStories.com sent the famed CEO an email saying, "“Hi Steve! When Apple plan to include full HTML5 support in desktop version of Safari including HTML5 Geolocation API support? P.S. Canada wait for iPad!"
Steve replied, "Soon." Along with the all-too-familiar "Sent from my iPad” signature.
9to5 Mac is reporting that another email that was allegedly sent to Steve asking about iTunes update download size was met with a surprisingly long reply--well, it was more than 1-2 words. Here's the full conversation:
Email from Danny Sullivan of SearchEngineLand:
Why do iTunes “updates” require downloads of 90MB or more? Sure, broadband is far more common these days. But it still feels wasteful that you’re not making people update but rather download an entirely new software package.
It’s about the size of one downloaded album. Not so big.
Sent from my iPad
Of course, we're a bit skeptical about the barrage of emails being sent from the usually secretive CEO of Apple.
via 9to5 Mac