Apple’s Next Ios Improves Interface, Adds New Gestures

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Apple this week released a beta version of its next mobile operating system, iOS 4.3, for app developers. We got an early look at the OS, which has not been released to the public yet.

Among a pile of minor interface modifications, there are a few major new features under the hood.

Some new multitouch-gesture controls on the iPad are the biggest goodie. In the developer release we saw, at least, the feature is hidden until you use a Mac app to enable it. This new feature is awesome, and it’s definitely something to look forward to when iOS 4.3 officially ships. (Apple has not disclosed a release date, but we’re guessing soon).

The rest of the changes we found were interface-related — modifications to the iPad keyboard and the iOS multitasking tray, a new notebook font and more.

Apple this week released a beta version of its next mobile operating system, iOS 4.3, for app developers. We got an early look at the OS, which has not been released to the public yet.

Among a pile of minor interface modifications, there are a few major new features under the hood.

Some new multitouch-gesture controls on the iPad are the biggest goodie. In the developer release we saw, at least, the feature is hidden until you use a Mac app to enable it. This new feature is awesome, and it’s definitely something to look forward to when iOS 4.3 officially ships. (Apple has not disclosed a release date, but we’re guessing soon).

The rest of the changes we found were interface-related — modifications to the iPad keyboard and the iOS multitasking tray, a new notebook font and more.

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