Posts Tagged ‘5.1’
With Apple’s touch-and-go launch of iTunes Match, many people were left in the dark and confused about the new service. Thankfully, Apple has cleared up some frequently asked questions with their new iTunes Match page – previously, Apple just sectioned off part of their iCloud page for the iTunes Match service.
According to sources, the image above is a part for the iPad 3 that was found on TVC Mall’s website. The part is apparently a “Microphone Flex Cable Ribbon Replacement for iPad 3″. When compared to the microphone on the iPad 2, it highlights some major design changes due to a different placement:
Today’s release of iOS 5.1 beta 2 brought a very welcomed change to both iOS and iCloud: the ability to delete pictures from Photo Stream! As mentioned in the iOS 5.1 beta 2 changelog, users will finally be able to manually delete their photos from Photo Stream – preventing any embarrassing photos from sticking around […]
Apple has just seeded iOS 5.1 beta 2 to developers! Please remember that this is a BETA BUILD which means you must have your device’s UDID registered with Apple! Also, because only registered developers are allowed to view the “Notes and Known Issues” for iOS 5.1 beta 2, I have taken the liberty of copying down […]
Yesterday we reported on the new “iPad 2,4″ codename references discovered in iOS 5.1 and today, we have something much bigger than that! It’s been discovered that the next generation iPhone and iPad have also been referenced in iOS 5.1 – they’re codenames are the “iPhone 5,1″ and the “iPad 3,3″!
Because only registered developers are allowed to view “Notes and Known Issues” for iOS 5.1 beta 1, I have taken the liberty of copying down the entire document:
Apple has just seeded iOS 5.1 beta 1 to developers! Please remember that this is a BETA BUILD which means you must have your device’s UDID registered with Apple!
Last week iOS 5.0.1 was released in attempt to cure the mediocre battery life that was introduced to iDevice with the release of iOS 5. Unfortunately, for many users, this software update did not fix the battery life issues on their iOS 5 devices; despite Apple claiming that the issues would be fixed. Fast forwarding […]