iOS 5 just keeps sounding better and better to me. The latest interesting bit is the weather app, which, in addition to being able to “lock and hold” locations as it does on iOS 4.x, will now display a forecast for wherever you’re currently at.
iOS 5 News
Our source reports that Apple’s social integration in iOS 5 will feature much more than Twitter (which was revealed at the WWDC 2011 keynote), and has found evidence within the developer beta to suggest that additional integration, such as with FaceBook, LinkedIn, and Flickr, might also be included.
Among the many claims made at WWDC was the claim that IOS 5 would not leave any devices behind, and would even work on the iPhone 3GS. A closer look, however, reveals that not all devices may be able to take advantage of all of iOS 5’s features.
Just made a racy phone phone call, but don’t want your wife to find out about it? According to our source, iOS 5 brings good news! In iOS 5, you can now delete the record of that one specific call without clearing out your entire calling history.
According to a UK-based app developer, Apple has ripped off his Wi-Fi Sync iOS app that was rejected a year ago. Apple announced the availability of its own Wi-Fi Sync in iOS 5 at WWDC 2011 this week.
Those of you that enjoy FaceTime, but are not conveniently glued to a Wi-Fi hotspot at all times, may soon have reason to rejoice! According to our source, FaceTime may soon begin working over 3G as well as Wi-Fi.
If you’re still “thirsty” after checking out our first 5 iOS features, you’ll be excited to note that there are more – it’s not over yet! Check out the latter portion of our unsung features below.
Network admins and geeks alike will be able manage their AirPort networks from the beach, thanks to iOS 5.
Sure, the 2011 WWDC SteveNote was great, and highlighted a lot of the new and interesting features coming in Lion, iOS 5, and iCloud, but what about the features they didn’t emphasize? We take a look at 5 of the features of iOS 5 NOT emphasized in the keynote that we think you’ll love.
Are you a secret ninja with super secret things to say? Think your iPhone is a secure way to say them? Possibly not, as the case may be, but iOS 5 is making some strides in the right direction.
Apple is now the world’s largest buyer of semiconductors, according to a report by IHS iSuppli. It’s no surprise given they have sold over 200 million iOS devices.
If you don’t mind killing your iPhone’s ability to connect to a mobile carrier, you can upgrade to iOS 5 Beta without an Apple Developer account.
Silicon Alley Insider has gotten their hands on a developer copy of iOS 5 and clearly broken Apple’s non-disclosure agreement to post screenshots of the forthcoming mobile OS.
Sources for TUAW have discovered hints towards two future iPad 3 models in the latest iOS 5 firmware, in the form of iOS system files that reference “iPad 3,1″ and iPad 3,2” This numbering indicates a model of iPad that has not yet been released.
Many rumors preceding the big WWDC keynote suggested that iOS 5 might be getting fantastic upgraded voice control features, yet we did not see these in the keynote. According to rumors, this is because they weren’t ready, and they’ll still be coming this fall.
Less than 24 hours after the developer release of iOS 5 hit the streets, MuscleNerd of the iPhone Dev Team has JailBreaked iOS 5.