Support - Discussions - iCal Events Created on iPhone Disappears I have tried a restore but it didn't work. So tried to solve this problem with the help from apple support. I have solved this problem with adding events to iCal on my iPhone. First I talked to mobileme chat support, and he ruled out mobileme as source of the problem. He said to me it is propably a problem within the iPhone software.
You should have it installed in the following place /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions In there you will see a series of directories, e.g. 1.3.1 1.4.2 1.5.0 1.6.0 or 6.0 Run Java 6 on mac [Archive] - Mac Forums
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A couple of months ago, Apple finally released a version of Java 6 for OS X . With Java 5 fast approaching its end of service life , many Mac developers, including the couple of us who use OS X in production at my office, were eagerly awaiting the release of a production-quality Java 6. There is one issue, however, with the implementation of Java 6 for the Mac: it only supports 64-bit processors. This isn’t huge for any of us, but it makes Java selection a bit confusing. OS X and Java: UnsupportedClassVersionError « a regular expressi
Welcome to last year Apple. I've never seen a good explanation of why Apple has taken so long to release Java 1.6 for Mac OS X. I remember attending WWDC in 2000 when Steve Jobs announced that Java would be a first class citizen on Mac OS X. Java 1.6 Finally Available for Mac OS X : Blog Different
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