We are at version 8A274b, which can be downloaded only by developers.
1 – The first thing one notices when one reaches the Springboard is a new folder called Utilities, which will surely be translated as 'utility', which contains four native applications: Clock, Calculator, Compass and Dictaphone.
2 – The baseband is brought to light again in 05/13/2004. MuscleNerd indicates that it is both a good and bad news. Good, because the Dev-Team is going to start working on a tool désimlockage, bad because the baseband is constantly being updated.
3 – A new folder called "Book" appeared in the tree of th
e iPhone OS, it will surely be the location that will store e-books purchased and synchronized via iTunes.
4 – Another folder named "PhotoData" has been found, identical to that of the iPad, and it contains the same files. This file, which manages the connection kit camera on the shelf, this suggests that it will be compatible with that of the iPad.
5 – Added many wallpapers for Springboard and lockscreen
6 – The Maps application work better, and would be more accurate. This improvement comes from better management of the GPS chip, rather than the application itself.
7 – The camera is also much more responsive.
8 – Fixed problem with push notifications.
9 – Fixed bug that prevented the search for a newly purchased song.
10 – The iPhone OS 4.0 is not compatible with the tool Find my MobileMe iPhone
11 – It seems that, like SMS, the application Mail organizes emails by sender / receiver with a digit
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