For the last few days, ever since it was announced by Joe Hewitt, the technorati, the blogosphere and Twitter have been all abuzz about the upcoming version 3.0 of the Facebook app for the iPhone.
With an almost clock-like regularity, various pictures of the screens have been "leaked" to the usual suspects. Meanwhile, Hewitt's Twitter feed has been chock full of videos of how to use the new app.
To be sure, Facebook 3.0 does offer a significant advance from the current app with the ability to write notes, to "like" something, to upload video from the 3G S, a host of photo options and the ability to see Pages now (such as MacLife's) among other things. But it seems we can't scroll through our favorite tech and social media blogs without daily mashnotes to the new app, to the same list of new features and to Facebook in general.
Yes, it's coming. It'll be here soon. Keep your pants on, readers and bloggers.
At any rate, today's hype includes more new photos of the home page and can be seen here.
(Of course, while we snark, it's clear that we'll be readying our App Store account to begin downloading the moment we hear about it too.)