iPhone iOS 4.1 Update Release Replaces 4.0.2: Major Fixes and Features
The current iPhone iOS 4.0.2 will be the death of me and I really do mean this, so far since the software update I have not been able to use my iPhone 4 in my Bose Dock System, calls keep dropping, login into some apps to see some of them not working so log out then log back in and fine and so on.
I had so much respect for Apple and really starting to lose faith, Im on the O2 network and find most of the time signal and to put it blunt ‘to be very painful’, smartphones are definitely getting smarter but then they are also becoming something that will end up in the bin if fixes do not happen quickly.
I do love my iPhone 4 it is a lovely piece of kit, but it comes with problems like most phones and if things do not get any better then one less customer will happen, hopefully the new software update will put a smile back on my face, which could possibly happen if sources are correct.
We visited iPhone FAQ and they say that Steve Jobs sent an email mentioning the new iPhone iOS 4.1 firmware update will be publicly released soon, at the moment it is in beta 3 and the new update will replace the current iOS 4.0.2. New bug fixes and features will be included in this new upgrade, which is apparently going to be released in September.
What You Can Expect In The iOS 4.1 Update: Will improve performance, iPhone 4 proximity sensor fix, fixes iPhone screen turn on during a call, resulting in ears pressing buttons, iPhone 4 Bluetooth connectivity fix, FaceTime to get more functionalities, Apple’s Game Center will launch, Modem firmware in iOS 4.1 is updated to 2.10.01, switch to turn keyboard auto-correct Check Spelling on or off, and there will be improvements to the camera interface in landscape mode.
AppleInsider claims that some serious memory leaks in iOS 4.1 beta 3 will need addressing before Apple can release the iPhone iOS 4.1 update, please do let us know what you think of this new firmware update.