We just informed you about the official confirmation of iPhone 4.0 by Apple and look what has just popped up over at Engadget. They have been tipped by a developer from PixelCUBE Studios – a firm which holds the number one spot in iTunes list of free app, who has spotted not one or two, but three difference versions of iPhone OS 4.x running on different iDevices: iPhone 4.1, 4.0.1 and 4.0.
Steve Jobs surely didn’t tell us everything about the iPad when it was unveiled last Wednesday. This must be part of his business strategy to keep some of these features for the future version of iPad, just like what they did with the original iPhone, iPhone 3G and then 3GS.
iPhone 3GS certainly is the most popular and hottest phone out there is, and with Sony Ericsson set to launch their Android based Xperia X10 in February next year, stage is all set for a yet another battle between an Android set with iPhone. We were obviously excited when Sony Ericsson officially unveiled the specs for Xperia X10, and so we just couldn't resist, but to perform a head-to-head comparison between Xperia X10 and its contemporary, the iPhone 3GS. So here it is, a comparison chart which attempts to reveal the winner among the two high profile handsets.
Apple has released the new iPhone OS Firmware 3.1.2 for the original iPhone (Edge), iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS and iPod touch via an iTunes update. To update to iPhone OS Firmware 3.1.2, all you will have to do is to connect your phone with your computer via usb and start iTunes. You should now see a new message a prompting you to download and install the new firmware. Simply click on “Download and Install” button to get on to the new iPhone OS 3.1.2 firmware.
Apple has seeded the latest Beta 3 version of iPhone OS 3.1 Build 7C116a along with a newer version of iPhone SDK 3.1 Beta 3 Build 9M2808 to iPhone Dev Center. Members enrolled in the iPhone Developer Standard or Enterprise Program can access the development bits for iPhone OS 3.1 Beta 3 by signing into Apple Developer Connection.