Looks like the Apple iPhone iOS 4 is available for download via iTunes. To get the cool update, which makes your old phone feel new again, simply connect your iPhone to iTunes and sync up. The update is free for iPhone and iPod Touch users (sorry first generation iPhone users, not for you). If you are not sure if you want to update to iOS 4, read the refresher of what you get with iOS 4 after the break.
Finally, the iPhone joins its Smartphone rivals with the ability to run multiple apps simultaneously.
Home screen folders
Now you’ll be able to save home screen by organizing related–or even unrelated–apps into folders.
Among other things, you’ll you get a unified e-mail in-box, support for multiple Exchange accounts, and the option for viewing e-mails by thread.
IT departments will welcome enhanced data protection, mobile device management, and wireless app distribution.
You can share books between the iPhone and the iPad with one purchase.
This feature is scheduled for release later this year so we won’t get it right away. But when it comes it will bring options like a social gaming network, the ability to invite friends to games, and the opportunity for setting up two people to play.
- Spell check
- Larger fonts for e-mail, texts, and alerts
- Persistent Wi-Fi
- Tap to focus in video recorder
- Customizable wallpapers for the home screen
- Search text messages
- Choose image size in mail messages
- Recent Web searches
- 5x digital zoom in camera
- Gifting of apps
- Birthday calendar
- File and delete mail search results
- Web search suggestions in universal search
- Rotate photos
- Playlist creation on the device
- Support for Bluetooth keybords