Posts Tagged ‘iPhone OS’

iPhone OS 4.0 Beta 4 Includes Tethering Controls

19 de May de 2010 Leave a comment

Apple today made a fourth beta over iPhone OS 4.0 available to developers. Early reports of new features found in the latest beta of the operating system include tethering controls that would allow the iPhone to act as a modem for laptops. Apple added the feature to iPhone OS 3.0, but it has been unavailable to-date from AT&T in the U.S. The inclusion of the tethering controls in this beta OS does not mean that AT&T plans to offer tethering as a service option at any point in the future, even though the company still insists it will eventually offer it. Other features include new wallpapers, and improved call and maps performance.

more info at Apple »
more info at Gizmodo »

Good news for those who want to tether. Who’s looking forward for the next version of the iPhone OS?

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Which mobile OS do you use?

18 de May de 2010 Leave a comment

There’s no doubt about it – we cover quite a few mobile phone OSes in this industry.  And they all have their various pros and cons.  Some are exceptionally great at e-mail, while others excel in the media category, while others are fantastic in the web browsing department.  At the end of the day, there’s a mobile phone OS out there for just about everyone.

So, we ask you – what mobile phone OS do you use?  If you use more than one device, you can pick up to three (3) answers (if you use more than three, pick the top three that you use).  Cast your vote, and defend your OS (or OSes) in the comments!

Check out this poll over at phonedog! Let everyone know what mobile OS do you use and explain the advanteges you find on it! 🙂

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