New multitasking features in OS 4 would give huge advantages to iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad users. A great improvement is that now in between playing games on your iPhone or iPad you can use other apps and then come back to the game just where you left it.
Apple has announced iPhone OS 4 with over 100 new features. A developer preview has also been released which will be available for developers enrolled in the iPhone Development program. They will also have early access to the SDK so that they can start utilizing the new features such as multitasking in their apps right(…)
Finally, hell has frozen over. Multitasking has made its first appearance in iPhone OS. At the iPhone 4 event today, Apple announced and demonstrated how multitasking will work. And the implantation sure does beat the crap out of Symbian and other competing mobile operating systems.
One of the most important and most liked features of the iPad is its iBooks app and most people were hoping that it would also be incorporated in iPhone and iPod touch [Just like the Kindle app for iPad which is also for the other two devices] Steve Jobs just revealed that in iPhone OS(…)
Steve Jobs has just announced the new features that would be in iPhone OS 4. There would about 100 new user features available in the new OS and some of those important features are :
After the launch of iPad, now the next big thing for Apple is the launch of iPhone OS 4.0. Apple will preview OS 4 today (Thursday, April 8 ) at 1pm Eastern Time, at a media event in its headquarter and only selected audience will be present there. The tag line of the event is(…)
Here’s another new iPhone 3GS TV Ad by Apple titled Concert. As the name explains, it revolves around music apps, iTunes and iPod. Shazam (lets you identify music), iTunes and iPod are some of the apps that we were able to recognize at first glance. Check it out: iPhone 3GS Ad ‘Concert’
Apple has sent out invites to websites like Gizmodo for an upcoming event on 8 April ( this Thursday ) for a sneak peak at the next generation of iPhone OS software. Lets start wishing now – repeat after me: multitasking, social network integration ( add whatever other features you would want! ). Oh, for(…)
Here’s a really handy little app which has just been made available on Cydia, SBRotator (we had covered it before as well). Its function is simple, it rearranges your icons on your iPhone’s home screen in orientation to which you are holding your phone, just like on the iPad.
This piece of news isn’t really news, although it is being considered so. If you have just started following Apple, here’s a quick rundown of history: Apple provides major iPhone updates for free, while iPod Touch users have to pay for them. Similarly, Apple will charge for future iPad updates after OS 4.0 which should(…)