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Articles tagged with: ios5

Apple To Provide Better Voice Features In iOS 5?

People always demand endless control over electronic gadgets. Probably keeping in view with this theory, voice recognition systems were introduced in smart phones providing the users more freedom of control over the device.

iOS 5 is the upcoming operating system for Apple’s i-devices. iOS seriously lags behind Android because of the latter’s better developed system wide voice recognition system.

164 New Features In iOS5!

It looks like the new iOS5 are giving developers a run for their money during the testing process. A total of 164 (and counting) features have arisen on ieatapples.com.

This is a list compiled for all those die-hard Apple fans out there who want to know exactly what’s packed in the new mobile operating system. iOS5 is likely to launch for the iPhone 4S later this year to give consumers a taste of the new software.

Analysts are still expecting iPhone 5 to come out next year, and it should be NFC (Near-fields communications) compatible. With NFC, users will be able to tap their phone against an eReader to pay for things.

Genuine iPhone iOS5 Image?

TechCrunch has posted a photo (top) of the home screen of an iPhone running iOS 5 which will officially launch later today at the WWDC keynote address in San Francisco. TechCrunch didn’t report the original source of the image and claim that it is possible it is another fake, but made some interesting points on why it might be real.

TechCrunch first directs our attention to the European version of the weather app, denoting the temperature in Celsius rather than Fahrenheit. The next detail is the camera app being all black.

Steve Jobs Will Introduce iCloud And iOS5 @ WWDC 2011

Apple has officially announced that Steve Jobs will introduce the iCloud service, as well as iOS 5 during the WWDC keynote address on June 6th, at 10AM. The computer giant will also reveal the next generation OS X, Lion software, as well. WWDC stands for WorldWide Developer Conference and will feature over one hundred tech sessions, each presented by Apple engineers.

Apple fanatics, tech enthusiasts, and journalists will all get a taste of what Apple has to offer in the coming years, at least on the software front.