As usual, I’m the second-to-last person to find out how to do this stuff.
I just happened to want to send multiple photos and couldn’t figure out how – but the forum post below shows that you do it from the other end – via the Camera Roll. Then it becomes clearer…
Oh, and I edited the list of steps for iOS 5.
Is it possible to email multiple pictures? – MacRumors Forums
- Go to your Camera roll.
- Select the roll you want.
- Tap Share icon (on iOS 5 – top right)
- Select multiple photos by tapping each one you want to send via e-mail (you should get a red check mark in each photo; the “Photos Selected” count in the title will increase as the number of photos selected increases).
- Tap the “Share” button in the bottom left.
- You will have the option to share them via Email, Message, or Print.
Good advice… pluus a chaart.
Protect your ears! – Liine Blog
Hearing protection is important. How many times have you woken up to your ears ringing? For some avid clubbers that is the sound of silence. Temporal tinnitus is one thing but hearing it 24 hours a day for the rest of your life doesn’t sound like so much fun.
This may be old news to some, but I thought it was telling:
Adobe to Discontinue Mobile Flash Plugin
So it looks like Steve Jobs was right after all (with regard to Apple’s decision to not support the Flash Player plugin).
Please note that Flash is not dead on mobile — they’re just focusing on building apps using AIR, not to run in the various mobile web browsers. Makes sense. I’ve never missed having Flash on my iPhone.