Boy Genius Report is reporting that Apple will soon be releasing iOS 4.3.1 for iPod touch, iPhone and iPad. The 4.3 update was pushed out recently, but it appears that another update may be on its way. The update plans to fix a few bugs including the iPad 2 jailbreak vulnerability. Read More
Apple rolled out iOS 4.3 recently which adds many new features to your beloved iOS device. As MacStories.net discovered, the update also adds the support for Ping in the iPod App. If you use Apple’s social network for music – Ping, you can now use your native iPod App on your iOS device to rate and comment on the song you are listening to.
Apple has today released iOS 4.3 for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Apple TV. The update brings in great new features, including all those that were showed off by Apple at the iPad 2 event. The released build is the same as that offered to developers a week ago.
The same four and five finger multitasking gestures for the iPad have now been discovered for the iPhone. The new features come as part of the iOS 4.3 beta update and a video published on YouTube by Antoni Nygaard gives us a better picture. The gestures seem incredible on an iPad, but the iPhone screen appears to be a bit too small for such gestures.
Apple recent release, iOS 4.3 for developers is leaking out a lot of information about future iPads. According to a new rumor, the iPad 2 would include two cameras, a rear facing one and a front facing camera. The cameras would support Apps such as FaceTime, a regular Camera App, and PhotoBooth.
In a Read Me file found in the recent release of iOS 4.3 Beta 2, it has been noted that the phenomenal mulittouch gestures that is currently available for developers won’t make it to the iPad with iOS 4.3. The gestures are incredible and allows users to quickly pop up the multitasking bar, switch between Apps, and return to the home screen using four to five finger gestures.