Apple has just released iOS 5, a major new version of iOS bringing over 200 new features. iOS 5 is available on iPod touch models of the 3rd generation or newer, the iPhone 3GS or later, and all models of the iPad.
iOS 5 News
Those who have been testing iOS 5 for the past few months have previously been unable to take advantage of iOS 5’s Newsstand function. Newsstand has now gone live, and magazines that support NewsStand (Wired, for instance) are now working with the service.
A couple of new videos have surfaced reviewing the iPhone 4S’s new Siri functionality, and showing Siri in action. The videos show practical uses for the iPhone as well as some funny responses that Siri gives if you tell Siri you love it, or ask it what it’s name is or how old it is.
Apple has just released Airport Utility for iOS – an app designed to configure and manage AirPort wireless devices from a local network. Prior rumors suggested that it would be released as an App Store app, and Apple has now made that official.
Now that iOS 5 has finally arrived, you may have some questions, or might be wondering whether or not you should even upgrade. There’s certainly plenty to think about before hitting that update button, so we’ve put together this guide to help you decide and provide you with some advice.
While benchmarks for the new iPhone 4S have shown dramatic speed and performance increases, a series of benchmark tests performed by AppleInsider suggests that iOS 5 might bring significant speed and performance increases to existing iOS devices as well.
Twitter has just release an update to their official iOS app today, adding an improved sign-up interface, deep integration with iOS 5, integration with Twitter’s picture hosting service and more.
With Apple set to release iOS 5 tomorrow, many of you might be wondering what you need to do in order to prepare for the update. We’ve prepared a few tips to help you out.
iOS 5 is almost upon us! Apple will be releasing their latest and greatest version of iOS to the world some time today, and they have included some exciting new features that will take iOS 5 to the next level. Here are the most important new features you’ll want to know about.
With the public release of iOS 5 set for Wednesday, October 12th, many are wondering whether there will be an untethered iOS 5 jailbreak released, and when the next iOS jailbreak will come out.
A notification found within the iOS 5 GM suggests that Apple may soon release a version of AirPort Utility for iOS devices through the App Store.
Many of the newly implemented iOS 5 applications and tweaks are simply native uses for apps everyone always uses. Is iOS 5 that big of an upgrade?
Apple has removed a restriction from the iOS 5 Gold Master released to developers yesterday, allowing anyone to install the Gold Master on their device, regardless of whether they have access to a developer account.
Among the unexpected things that Apple announced the iPhone media event earlier today was a new app called Cards – an app that will allow you to create greeting cards and letters on your iPhone & iPad and physically mail them anywhere in the world.
Apple has announced an extremely impressive and important new feature coming to the iPhone 4S called Siri. Siri is an artificial intelligence-based personal assistant for your iPhone that can set alarms, add contacts, look up information, find restaurants and more, all at the sound of your voice.
Following Apple’s big announcement of the iPhone 4S, Apple has begun seeding the Gold Master for both iOS 5 and OS X 10.7.2 to developers. Both updates are expected to become publicly available by October 12th.