Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Apple Plans "Fixes" For 3G iPhone

At Tuesday's Apple's "Let's Rock" event in San Francisco, Apple CEO Steve Jobs hinted that Apple's release of the much anticipated 2.1 software update is a "big update" that would fix "lots of bugs."

Apple hasn't released the exact details of what the update will "fix" however speculations is that is covers the security hole and 3G reception issues, faster iTunes backups, improved battery life and overall better performance. The update is also said to add new features which include better GPS functionality, which could power true turn-by-turn directions; and the push notification service.

The new iPhone 2.1 firmware update will be available for download on Friday, September 12 2008.

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