I am a Mac Geek, and I have demonstrated this in the past by both owning a macbook, and an iPod touch (itouch we call them), and also subscribing to MacLife, the ultimate Mac Geek magazine. However, with the increasing number of people who own iphones and apple touches I can now put my geeky knowledge to fabulous use!
Apple with be releasing the new operating system for its iphones and touches called iOS-4 on June 21, 2010 and it will be available as a free upgrade for all Iphones and touches excluding first generations.
- Click Here to visit the iPod Touch iOS 4 Software Update page
- Click here to visit the iPhone iOS 4 Software Update page
Here is what MacLife had to say about the new operating system:
“The OS introduces many new features, with a version of multitasking headlining the roster. For example, you could listen to third-party music apps while running other apps. Additional improvements update Mail with a unified inbox and message threading, apps can be organized in folders, and you can choose the Bing search engine.
Enterprise updates include additional data protection and security, Exchange Server 2010 support, the ability to use multiple Exchange accounts, SSL VPN, and mobile device management.
Not all iOS 4 features will be supported on devices prior to the iPhone 3GS. For example, you’ll have to replace your pre-3GS hardware for multitasking.”
Now I think this is fab, because Apple knows how many people own these things and they could easily just say “hey, you have to pay,” but they aren’t. I love Apple!