New iPhone OS 4.0 and 4G 2010: What can we expect?
The rumours are rife on the internet with expectancy of the new iPhone 4G 2010 and new iPhone OS 4.0, and most if not all is simply speculation because we all know that Apple has a completely tight lid on anything Apple.
However, Apple does have an event on the horizon and it is expected Apple will dish the details on at least iPhone OS 4.0 and if we are extremely lucky some detail on the iPhone 4G 2010.
With the iPhone 4G 2010, rumour has it the next generation smartphone will have the much asked for removable battery, a larger camera at 5 megapixels, a touch sensitive casing much like the Magic Mouse, a front facing camera, OLED display, dual-core processor, and 64GB NAND Flash memory. There is also rumour that the iPhone 4G 2010 will be released before the traditional iPhone release date of June, with April and May being touted as options.
As for the rumours about iPhone OS 4.0, well according to an article over on iphone help, iPhone OS 4.0 is rumoured to deliver multi-tasking to the iPhone, which is apparently being called a new way of running apps in the background. iPhone OS 4.0 will drop the 2G iPhone and only work on the 3G and 3GS versions, and it isn’t sure whether iPhone OS 4.0 will be for the iPod Touch either, and lastly something new, a new way to sync contacts and calendar.
Of course without any confirmation from Apple it is all just speculation, but as that Apple event is on the 27th it won’t be too long before we hopefully find out.