- Japanese language support for Siri (availability may be limited during initial rollout)
- Photos can now be deleted from Photo Stream
- Camera shortcut now always visible on Lock Screen for iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and iPod touch (4th generation)
- Camera face detection now highlights all detected faces
- Redesigned Camera app for iPad
- Genius Mixes and Genius playlists for iTunes Match subscribers
- Audio for TV shows and movies on iPad optimized to sound louder and clearer
- Podcast controls for playback speed and a 30 second rewind for iPad
- Updated AT&T network indicator
- Addresses bugs affecting battery life
- Fixes an issue that occasionally caused audio to drop for outgoing calls
For information on the security content of this update, please visit this website:
Google have launched a new service and App called Google Currents. It is their magazine like content reader that brings to your iPhone, iPad, Android tablet or phone online and high speed offline reading. Google offer a number of free optimised online magazines and other content. Check out the video below:
For even more information check out Currents page:
Here are some of the main points they make:
Add your favorite content
- Add your favorite content – From leading publications, to blogs you follow, you can browse, read, and share favorite content, presented in a swipable magazine format.
- Follow trending stories – Let the breaking stories find you. Personalized “trends” pulls articles, photos and videos into living editions, surfacing new stories as they unfold.
- Designed for all your device – Whether sitting on your couch, riding a train or plane, your Currents content is ready for highspeed reading on your Android or Apple phone or tablet.
All the information will of course be syncronised across your devices. Google Currents is only available in the US at the moment. We’re really looking forward to getting our hands on this over in UK, and can’t wait to start reading the reviews.
Check out this TEDTalk given by Thomas Suarez, a 6th Grader, about creating iPhone apps. He is one of these very confident, enthusiastic old before their time American kids who delivers a clear and engaging talk.
Who said the future didn’t have hope. If there are more kids out there like this one, they can only but bring more exciting developments in the world of technology and innovation.
Check out this great new product, the Swivl iPhone mount.
Under the hood, Swivl is a sensor enabled and motorized base for your mobile video device with a paired marker. You can hold the marker like a remote control or wear it and forget it. The sensor connection allows the base to “follow you” and keeps you in the camera field of view. This technology combination is ideal for capturing video of yourself for vlogging, sports, education and more.
But it’s also the basis for much more. We’re developing mobile applications to improve the video capture experience and post production, and for deployment of the product in other market uses. The Swivl accessory is the foundation for much more.
This device is going to be great for so many applications as shown in their video below:
For more details be sure to check out their site over at: