As promised, Apple dropped iOS 5 to everyone this morning. This new update to the iPhone, iPod, and iPad brings a lot of new features to Apple’s mobile devices, some which were sorely needed.
Star Trek is the ultimate geek show. Combining science fiction with gadgets and tech, it has become the de facto standard by which all other shows are compared against. In 1966, the technology used in the show seemed far beyond what could be made in the real world. In fact, some people didn’t even have color televisions to watch the show on, nor had we made it to the moon yet. Today, we’re starting to catch up to some of the tech that Star Trek had pioneered.
Verizon has posted an FAQ about their iPhone 4, and tucked inside was an answer about whether or not customers would be able to get a rebate if they bought a different phone over the holidays.
After years of speculation, Verizon today announced that Apple’s iPhone 4 will be coming to Verizon’s CDMA network. While people may think that this is simply a Verizon iPhone 4, there are some major differences between the Verizon and AT&T versions of the phone.
Apple’s iOS 4 is expected to drop to users today. I’ve been using it for several weeks as an iPhone Developer and since it’s going out to the public today, I can talk about what’s new, what to expect, and what’s limited in this new release.