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Apple Announces iPhone OS 3.1, iTunes 9 App Management

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Sep 9, 2009, 12:06 PM   by Eric M. Zeman
updated Sep 9, 2009, 9:19 PM

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.

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Sep 9, 2009, 1:04 PM


September 25
Don't worry I'm sure you will hear about it when apple has a new commercial for their revolutionary new picture messaging! 🙄

I always laugh that every one thinks this phone is amazing and it can't do simple things like mms. 🤣 🙄
MMS was in iPhone OS 3.0. Other carriers in other countries have it already. It's AT&T that is the hold-up here in the US, not Apple.
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