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Topic: iPhone Software 4.0

Analytics firm spots 50 suspected Apple tablets running iPhone OS 3.2

01/25/2010, 07:01 am

About 50 devices matching the characteristics of Apple's forthcoming tablet have been tracked from the company's Cupertino, Calif., campus, with the devices reportedly being used to test iPhone applications.


iPhone 4.0 rumored with multitasking; Apple tablet name claims [u]

01/19/2010, 12:01 pm

Reports about a forthcoming update to the iPhone OS continue to grow, with a new batch of rumors claiming the iPhone will gain "new ways" of multitasking and syncing; and two potential takes on the name of the forthcoming tablet have been presented.


Tablet, iPhone OS 4.0, iLife 2010 'confirmed' for Apple event - report

01/18/2010, 03:01 pm

A new report Monday from cites an anonymous source to claim Apple will introduce its tablet, "iPhone 4" and iLife 2010 at next week's event.


iPhone OS 4.0 could see 'imminent' release, developer hints

01/15/2010, 11:01 am

Evidence continues to suggest Apple could soon introduce a new version of the iPhone operating system, this time with an alleged high-profile developer claiming their software was just updated for iPhone OS 4.0.


ARM-powered Apple tablet called 'iPhone on steroids'

01/13/2010, 11:01 am

Clues on Apple's forthcoming tablet continue to surface as the device is expected to debut this month, with a new report referring to the device as an "iPhone on steroids."


Logic Pro, MainStage go 64-bit; Warner Music loses $11M on Lala

01/12/2010, 02:01 pm

Apple's professional audio applications were updated to add 64-bit support Tuesday, Warner Music came up $11 million short in its investment in Lala, a supposed sighting of iPhone OS 4.2 is revealed, and a former Apple executive has joined a close partner of competitor Palm.


Apple's Wed., Jan. 27 event could include iPhone 4.0 SDK [u]

01/04/2010, 01:01 pm

A new report alleges that Apple will indeed host a late January event to introduce new products, though it will be one day later than was previously rumored.