Yesterday, Gizmodo posted a video walkthrough of the new iPhone 2.0 (build 5A345) software, as well as screenshots of the iTunes 7.7 confidential pre-release ” which will be required to install the new iPhone OS. Gizmodo confirms that everything Apple promised – the push data feature, the content restrictions, the BCC field in Mail, etc […]
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Gizmodo posts iPhone 2.0 firmware walkthrough, iTunes 7.7 screenshots

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Yesterday, Gizmodo posted a video walkthrough of the new iPhone 2.0 (build 5A345) software, as well as screenshots of the iTunes 7.7 confidential pre-release ” which will be required to install the new iPhone OS.

Gizmodo confirms that everything Apple promised – the push data feature, the content restrictions, the BCC field in Mail, etc – is there. The AppStore is there; however, it is not operational yet as Apple hasn’t officially released the firmware. The site also reports that both the firmware and iTunes 7.7 are “rock solid,” and the iTunes Music Store as well as MobileSafari as faster than in previous versions of the firmware.

In iTunes, the iPhone section now has an Applications tab, but there are no apps to try it out yet. There are also three changes in the iTunes Preferences: automatically check for available downloads, age gaming restrictions, and, quite interesting – look for iPhone and iPod Touch remotes. This pretty much confirms the rumor of Apple providing a free application allowing the iPhone/iPod Touch to control iTunes.

[via Gizmodo]

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