The software update which is rumored to arrive on November 12 will improve the iOS device performances
Apple updates have a tendency to be favorable only to the latest iOS devices – iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Now, with iOS 4.2 on the anvil, every iOS device owner would be interested to know what’s in store for them. Rene Ritchie of TiPb blog noted that iOS 4.2 does improve iPhone 3G performance. We don’t see a blazing fast improvement but at least it would be decent enough for several gestures.
Last week, a disgruntled Bianca Wofford from San Diego had filed a lawsuit against Apple saying that the iOS 4 software update makes the iPhone 3G “virtually unusable, constantly slowed, crashed or frozen”.
What’s better than an iPhone, or even an iPad for that matter? How about a table with full multi-touch capabilities that just requires a simple cable connection from your iPhone?
That’s exactly what the guys at Table.Connect (their website isn’t currently up and running) are demonstrating in the video on the next page. The heck with Microsoft’s $12,500 Surface, a similar table with touch capabilities — this is something that a lot of iOS fans will eat up.
There’s no word on availability or pricing yet.
The Verizon iPhone 4 will be a step in the right direction for Apple, as it will place the company’s most popular product of the present in the hands of the customer bases of the nation’s two most popular carriers.
As will be the case with the “Verizon iPad” (really just the existing iPad sold through Verizon and bundled with an optional mobile wireless hotspot).
But while Apple’s newfound desire to offer its products through more than one arbitrarily designated mobile carrier will begin with Verizon iPhone 4 and the Verizon-sold iPad, that picture will truly come into focus in 2011 when Apple rolls out the Verizon iPhone 5 and Verizon iPad 2.