We were so busy begging for copy and paste, that we forgot all those
other features we'd love on our iPhones. Fortunately, the last few days
with the iPad and OS 3.2 has given us a bit of inspiration about what
we'd like to see when OS 4.0 begins infiltrating our precious iPhones.
With the introduction of the iPad, Apple is faced with a dilemma -- their excellent iWork apps can’t print. There’s now speculation that may soon change, with iPhone OS 4.0 about to be previewed on Thursday.
We talk about the iPad and share our thoughts on the new Apple device. Sure we haven't slept since Saturday, but we've played so many games and watched so many videos on it we feel magical. We might be a little loopy too.
Apple announces a new event to talk about the next version of the iPhone OS. Will we be there? Oh yeah, and we'll be live blogging it. Stay tuned.
Plus, we answer your hard-hitting Twitter and Facebook questions! Okay, they weren't that hard-hitting.
Now that we've all sort of calmed down after this weekend's epic iPad
launch, it's time for another informational Apple town hall meeting.
We'll be live blogging the whole shebang to bring you a minute-by-minute
account of every little juicy tidbit about the iPhone update. Stay
tuned to Maclife.com for more details, and we'll see you here Thursday
morning (or afternoon, for you east coast folks).
In the wake of the tsunami of iPad related rumors and news both before and after it was unveiled in late January, new rumors about the next iPhone have been scarce by comparison. But that may be about to change, with various sources reporting that multitasking will finally come to the iPhone with the next major software update.
As much progress as Apple has made with the iPhone OS in just three short years, there’s one enormous elephant in the room that gets a lot of press but which the company stubbornly seems to ignore: Multitasking.
Love it or hate it (or just want to continually gripe out its lack of Flash), you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone with a pulse who wouldn’t relish the opportunity to spend some quality time with Apple’s latest piece of technology. So why is Apple insisting that we wait 60-90 days?