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Apple has just released the first beta version of iOS 4.1 (build 8B5080c) and iOS SDK 4.1 for developers of its iPhone Developer Program.
Apple and Steve Jobs had responded to the widely publicized iPhone reception issues stating that it was a ‘non-issue’ and that this is "fact of life" for any wireless phone, advising users to avoid gripping it in the lower left corner or use an iPhone case.
That response naturally did not go well with new iPhone 4 users. But looks like Apple has changed its stance as Steve Jobs has responded to an iPhone 4 user indicating that Apple might release iOS 4.01 to fix the reception issues.
The wait seemed eternal but we are getting reports that Apple has finally started rolling out iOS 4 - its eagerly-awaited next generation iOS.
Apple had given us a sneak peak of its next generation iPhone OS in April. iOS 4 includes over 100 new features for iPhone users and more than 1500 new APIs for app developers.
Apple has seeded iOS 4.0 Golden Master; earlier known as iPhone OS 4.0 to developers of its iPhone Developer program. As with the earlier beta versions, the "Golden Master" version of iOS 4.0 is also available only to iPhone developers at present.
Apple's Keynote address at Worldwide Developer Conference 2010 should be underway shortly. It is being held at the Moscone Center West in San Francisco, California.
Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO will deliver the keynote. We are closely following the event live and will keep updating this post with the details as soon as they are announced.