Apple has released 7th update to its iOS 5 beta along with the beta 7 version of its iTunes 10.5 which is required for syncing your iDevice. The iOS 5 beta 7 includes bug fixes and stability improvements.
While the tech world is still feeling the ripples created by Steve Jobs’ resignation as Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook the new CEO has taken over and started boosting the morale of his team so that they may feel confident that Apple will continue to follow the principles laid down by Jobs.
Last week Apple had released iOS 4.3.4, which was a patch to fix the problem of jailbreak of iDevices. Now Apple has further released another update iOS 4.3.5 for iPhone 4 (GSM), 3GS, iPod Touch 4G, 3G, iPad 1 and iPad 2 and iOS 4.2.10 for Verizon iPhone 4 (CDMA) to address certain security [...]
Apple has released iOS 5 beta 4 for developers. The beta works with iPhone 4 (GSM/CDMA), 3GS, iPod Touch 4, 3G, iPad 1, and iPad 2. It will offer certain stability improvements and bug fixes.
Rumor is that Apple may be bringing differently priced phones to low, med and high-end users by late summer. According to BGR, Apple may be bringing a low-end pre-paid phone.
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