With two days to go for the official unveiling of iOS 5, it makes perfect sense to see iOS 5 features leaking out. A MacRumors reader seems to have come across an upcoming iOS 5 feature called Automatic Download.
We are just three days away from the unveiling of Apple’s next iOS, iOS 5. But that hasn’t stopped creative people from imagining what the iOS 5 will be like. We have a concept video of next gen iOS to share with you guys and it can be seen after the break.
One of the things that I have dearly missed on my iPhone and iPod Touch is the widget support. All of this is about to change according to a rumor shared by TechCrunch. The top rated tech blog’s source has revealed that Apple plans on bringing widgets support to iPhone, iPod and iPad with iOS 5.
Apple’s highly anticipated WWDC (World Wide Developer Conference) for the year 2011 is just a week away. The Cupertinos via this event will be unveiling to the world their next version of iOS , iOS 5. Very little is known about the features that the iOS 4 successor will bring. iPhoneItalia has pointed our attention a Keynote (Apple’s presentation software) prepared which shows handful of features coming likely to iOS 5.
Eldar Murtazin, who always has the insider info has revealed an interesting tidbit about the next version of iOS, iOS 5. According to the Editor-in-Chief of Mobile Review, iPhone 3GS won’t be getting the iOS 5 goodness.
Why is it that every time I browse Apple Support communities, I end up discovering an iOS related issue. Last time, I came across the unpleasant iOS 4.3.3 battery drain issue. My latest trip to Apple’s official forum has brought to my attention a disturbing iOS 4.3.3 issue: compliant iDevices are unable to connect to the WiFi network.
Shocked? Well you aren’t the only one that’s sharing this emotion? According to a thread at Apple’s official Support Communities, iOS 4.3.3 has brought the annoying battery drain issue for the iDevice users.
Getting sick of iPhone 5 rumors? How about an iOS 5 related rumor for a change. Multiple sources have informed 9 to 5 Mac that Apple will change the iOS roll out mechanism with the fifth major iteration of iOS and will go for the Over the Air (OTA) update process instead.
Just now we told you about Apple rolling out the third minor update for iOS 4.3, iOS 4.3.3. As always, we are here with an advise/warning for iPhone/iPod/iPad jailbreakers and unlockers and it goes like this: avoid updating to iOS 4.3.3.
Well that was quick wasn’t it? BGR said Apple will release iOS 4.3.3 in the coming days and as it turns out the talked about release day has arrived. Change log of the said update awaits you after the break.