“Never before has it been so easy to manage all the calendars in your life,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “iCal features a breakthrough way to share calendars over the Internet—with colleagues, friends, family, customers, suppliers, students and parents.”
iCal makes it incredibly easy for consumers, students, educators and small business users to:
- create and manage individual or group activities on single or multiple calendars;
- publish these calendars on the web for colleagues, friends and family members to view;
- subscribe to automatically updated calendars via the Internet to keep up with work schedules, family events and school events;
- organize and track activities with To Do list management;
- quickly locate any event via a lightning fast search tool; and
- take calendars to go on Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones, Palm OS devices and iPod™ with iCal and Apple’s soon-to-be-released iSync.
Apple is also making free calendar content available online (www.apple.com/ical) so users can easily add professional and collegiate sports schedules, movie and DVD release dates and national and religious holidays to their iCal calendars.
iCal is available immediately as a free download at www.apple.com/ical and requires Mac OS X v10.2 “Jaguar.” Publishing calendars on the Internet requires a .Mac membership or access to a WebDAV server.
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