• Apple WWDC iOS 6 release – Features you must know about Apple iOS 6

    Posted on June 14th, 2012 David Brooks No comments

    WWDC 2012: Features of iOS 6On Monday, June 11th, the annual Apple WWDC held in Moscone West, San Francisco officially announced the release of iOS 6, the next generation of the iOS that powers the Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The release of iOS 6 has been a long anticipated service from worldwide people, though iOS 5 in fact has satisfactory performance. Scott Forstall, the senior vice president for iOS software, told the developers and press attended that there’re about 200 new features added into iOS 6, like Siri enhancements, Facebook updates, Maps, FaceTime, Photo Stream, etc. While the iOS 6 was introduced on WWDC, the next iPhone has not been mentioned officially. But, from the iOS 6 features, we may be able to draw a rough picture of iPhone 5 features.

    Forstall firstly displayed some convincing data to show the importance of upgrading iOS 5 to iOS 6. He told the developers and press that there’re more than 365 million iOS devices, 80% of which are running iOS 5. 7 billion push notifications are sent to iOS devices every day, over 1.5 million of which have been pushed to date. There’re also more than 1 billion messages from 140 million iMessage users per day. These statistics could properly illustrate how important an advanced iOS will be.

    Well, now, let’s take an overview look on what iOS 6 brings to us. Here I would just pick out some key features of iOS 6. It’s really a big project to detail all iOS 6 features here.

    Maps: Maps in iOS 6 sports a new icon, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Apple built an entire new mapping solution “from the ground up,” Forstall said, doing all the cartography itself. And the assortment of features Apple will now include for free with the Maps app may well leave the folks over at Google feeling a little envious.

    Siri enhancements: Within iOS 6, it supports languages from 15 different countries and regions. For Asia, Korean, Mandarin, Cantonese, Taiwanese are added. Seen from the live demonstration, the new Siri has connected to China LBS database, supporting to search for related business information. In addition, Siri also provides database of sports, shops, restaurants and movies. Another new feature is Eyes Free. It needs cooperation with car manufacturers.

    Facebook integration: As with Twitter in iOS 5, Facebook will be integrated systemwide on iOS 6. You’ll be able to share photos, links, locations, iTunes and App Store items, and more via Facebook. And Facebook is integrated directly into Notification Center: You can drag down to post a new Facebook update (or tweet).

    WWDC 2012

    FaceTime: In iOS 6, Apple’s video chatting feature will work over a cellular connection, not just Wi-Fi. Forstall also said that Apple is unifying your Apple ID and phone number, so if someone sends a FaceTime message to your number (or an iMessage), it can arrive on your iPad or Mac, too.

    Safari: About two-thirds of all mobile Web traffic comes from Safari on iOS, Forstall said. With Mountain Lion, your iOS devices will be able to sync your open tabs with iCloud, so the sites you visit from one device are accessible on your others. And as with Mountain Lion, Safari in iOS 6 now supports offline reading for webpages saved in Reading List.

    Photo Stream: New in iOS 6 are shared Photo Streams, which let you easily share photos with friends. Choose the photos you’d like to share, choose your friends, and you’re done. Friends receive a push notification, and photos appear in an album in the Photos app. Friends can also comment on your photos.

    Mail: As it will in Mountain Lion, Mail on iOS 6 will add support for VIPs. Mark someone as a VIP, and you get a notification on the lock screen when their messages arrive, just like you do with a text message. And you get a special mailbox for those messages, along with a new Flagged mailbox.

    Spotlight tweak: If you have lots of apps, sometimes it’s hard to figure out precisely which homescreen they’re located on. In iOS 6, Spotlight makes that at least a smidgen easier, by listing the name of the folder a particular app is nestled inside when it appears in the search results.

    Other features: Apple showed a slide listing a host of other features included in the iOS 6 update. Among those are Game Center challenges, the ability to connect Game Center friends from Facebook, VoiceOver improvements, personal dictionary in iCloud, audio and video sampling during playback, Pass Kit (for interacting with Passbook), VoiceOver gestures, the ability to control camera focus and exposure, a Web Audio API, Game Center in-app experience, game groups, video stabilization, frame drop data, pull-to-refresh on Table views, a means of supporting in-app purchases of iTunes Store-hosted content, in-app Bluetooth pairing, remote Web Inspector, rich text on label fields and text views, CSS filters, crossfade with CSS animations, and a face detection API, etc.

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  • Apple updates iOS 4.3.2, Safari 5.0.5 and Xcode 4.0.2 for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

    Posted on April 14th, 2011 David Brooks No comments

    The latest news for all Apple users: Apple has released iOS 4.3.2 for various models of iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch, especially to fix security issues and FaceTime calling with random images issues. Meanwhile, Apple also updated the Safari 5.0.5 and Xcode 4.0.2 for all Mac developers.

    iOS 4.3.2

    From the above picture we could know the main improvements and bug fixes. The update mainly includes content as below:

    · Fixes an issue that occasionally caused blank or frozen video during a FaceTime call

    · Fixes an issue that prevented some international users from connecting to 3G networks on iPad with Wi-Fi + 3G

    · The latest security updates, including: Certificate Trust Policy, libxslt, QuickLook, WebKit, etc.

    This update is compatible with most Apple products, including: iPhone 4 (GSM model), iPhone 3GS, iPad 2, iPad, iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (3rd generation). Apparently, iPhone 3G is not included in this iOS 4.3.2 update.

    Also on Thursday, Apple released the updated Safari 5.0.5 for all Mac and Windows users. The new version in fact adds nothing, but enhances security of its previous version with two security holes patched to allow unexpected application termination or arbitrary code execution.

    Chrome Safari

    Aside the iOS 4.3.2 and Safari 5.0.5, Apple also released the Xcode 4.0.2 for all Mac developers. This update software is also available on Mac App Store. What’s more, the Security Update 2010-2011 for Snow Leopard, Leopard Client, and Leopard Server are also released for users.

    iOS 4.3.2 download for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch:

    iPhone 3GS

    iPhone 4 GSM

    iPhone 4 CDMA – iOS 4.2.7

    iPad 1 iPad 2 – WiFi model

    iPad 2,2 – AT&T GSM

    iPad 2,3 – CDMA Verizon

    iPod Touch 3rd Gen

    iPod Touch 4th Gen

    Download Safari 5.0.5

    Security Update 2010-2011 download:

    Security Update 2011-002 (Snow Leopard) (4.43 MB)

    Security Update 2011-002 (Leopard – Client) (241.35 MB)

    Security Update 2011-002 (Leopard – Server) (473.19 MB) 

    Related resource:

    How to convert DVD to iPad 2 on Mac

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  • Apple Releases iOS 4.3.2 Next Week to Fix Verizon iPad Connectivity, Face Time and More

    Posted on April 12th, 2011 David Brooks No comments

    According to a report from BGR (Boy Genius Report), Apple will release the updated iOS 4.3.2 to fix bugs and address security issues on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch next week, especially for the new iPad 2 3G connectivity with Verizon

    .iOS 4.3.2

    “It’s said to include a few enhancements, address security issues, and it will also fix several bugs that have affected users. We’re told to expect the software update for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad in about two weeks.”

    It has been less than three weeks since the official release of iOS 4.3.1 from Apple. And now, the new updated iOS 4.3.2 is reportedly right on the corner to fix problems in iOS 4.3.1 software. Shortly after the release of iOS 4.3.1, the Dev Team has come up with an iOS 4.3.1 jailbreak. And now, Dev Team is facing an even greater challenge to work out an unlocked iOS 4.3.2.

    iOS 4.3.2

    As known to all, the Verizon iPad 2 was having some problems with connecting to the 3G network. Apple confirmed the problem and characterized the number as “small”, but only said they were investigating it and offered no further information. If the BGR informant is right, this new update will fix the connectivity problems faced by the Verizon iPad, which will make many users happy. And also, if the iOS 4.3.2 is going to release next week, then the Face Time glitch might be a another focus to fix in this OS. Some unsnapped pictures may appear when users try to make a FaceTime call with iPhone 4. This has led dissatisfaction of users. Apple may get solutions for the two main problems in the new OS.

    Also, it is said that some security holes are to be solved in this updated iOS 4.3.2 to enhance user experience, as well as fixing some bugs of the previous iOS 4.3.1.

    Related sources:

    How to convert DVD to iPad

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