Apple to reveal iPhone OS 4.0 on April 8

Hot on the heels of Apple’s iPad success comes a potentially groundbreaking fourth generation iPhone OS 4.0, slated for release on 8th April 2010.

Though accurate facts and figures are scarce, there is much speculation about what is in store for iPhone lovers.

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Related links:
Apple iPhone 4 pics leaked
Apple iPhone 4.0 to feature 5PM camera
Apple iPad review
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In spite of the iPad’s disappointing lack of Adobe Flash, tip offs have suggested the iPhone OS 4.0 boasts highly sought after multitasking. This would give users the power to run third-party applications in the background, perhaps by means of a modified version of the Exposé feature from the Mac OS X, allowing for browsing and selection of numerous live windows.
 

If multitasking wasn’t enough to satisfy, rumours also include the ability to group apps into folders and recording browser tabs. On the wish list is also a homepage overhaul, making space for live widgets, which could give the user the ability to see new emails from the lock screen.

Apple are certainly due to up their game when it comes to the iPhone OS, and we’ll be keeping a close eye on its Thursday debut.

 


Hot on the heels of Apple’s iPad success comes a potentially groundbreaking fourth generation iPhone OS 4.0, slated for release on 8th April 2010.

Though accurate facts and figures are scarce, there is much speculation about what is in store for iPhone lovers.

———————————————————-
Related links:
Apple iPhone 4 pics leaked
Apple iPhone 4.0 to feature 5PM camera
Apple iPad review
———————————————————-

In spite of the iPad’s disappointing lack of Adobe Flash, tip offs have suggested the iPhone OS 4.0 boasts highly sought after multitasking. This would give users the power to run third-party applications in the background, perhaps by means of a modified version of the Exposé feature from the Mac OS X, allowing for browsing and selection of numerous live windows.
 

If multitasking wasn’t enough to satisfy, rumours also include the ability to group apps into folders and recording browser tabs. On the wish list is also a homepage overhaul, making space for live widgets, which could give the user the ability to see new emails from the lock screen.

Apple are certainly due to up their game when it comes to the iPhone OS, and we’ll be keeping a close eye on its Thursday debut.

 


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