Apple Announces iPhone OS 3.1, iTunes 9 App Management
Today Apple announced a new software update for the iPhone and iPod Touch that offers several new features. The first is a Genius feature that will recommend new applications based on the applications that users have already downloaded and installed. Apple is also now offering ringtones through the iTunes Music Store for $1.29. Apple said that over 30,000 ringtones are available from all four major labels. OS 3.1 also brings support for voice control over Bluetooth, pasting phone numbers into the dialer, and keeping a copy of the original video when trimming videos. The 3.1 software upgrade is free and is available today. Apple also introduced iTunes 9. One iPhone-related feature of iTunes 9 is that iPhone owners will be able to arrange their iPhone applications using a tool within iTunes, rather than on the device itself. This will make it easier to customize the iPhone's desktop.
Apple Makes iOS8 Available to the Masses
Apple today released iOS8 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch (5th gen). iOS8 offers a number of refinements to Apple's mobile operating system.
Apple Releases Apple Music for Android
Apple today published a beta version of Apple Music in the Google Play Store. The app offers owners of Android handsets Apple's monthly music service.
Apple Unbundles Huge Number of Apps from the iPhone, Allows Users to Delete Them
Apple today pulled a number of its own, core apps out of iOS and dumped them into the iTunes App Store. Apps such as FaceTime and Mail — made by Apple — have only received updates once per year when Apple updates the entire iOS.
Twitter Adds Landscape Support to iPhone 6 Plus
Twitter updated its iOS application today and the chief new feature is landscape support for the iPhone 6 Plus. Owners of Apple's larger iPhone will now be able to use the app when holding their phone in either portrait or landscape orientation.
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