The beta version of iPhone firmware 2.2 which should be released to iPhone users soon has revealed some interesting features like Google Street View including walking and public transportation routes for directions.
A new screen shot from iPhone firmware 2.2 published by folks at Greek site, iPhoneHellas reveals that Apple is planning to add a rating system for iPhone apps in the upcoming firmware update
It appears that Apple is planning to add a rating system for iPhone apps in iPhone firmware 2.2 which will prompt users to rate an iPhone app whenever they delete it from their iPhone.
As seen in the screen shot below, iPhone users will have the option to rate the iPhone app using the 5 star method in the App Store or to opt out by tapping the "No thanks" button.
Currently the only way to rate an iPhone app is by writing a customer review in iTunes App Store. Apple had recently rolled out some changes to the App Store to address some loopholes which restricted customer review to only those users who had purchased the iPhone app, rather than to everyone which was being exploited by some developers.
- Google’s Street View including walking and public transportation routes for directions
- Japanese Emoji Icons & Turn Off Auto-Correction
- Tweaks to App Store Application
- Tweaks to iPhone Safari’s user interface
What else are you looking for in iPhone firmware 2.2? Tell us in the comments.[via iPhoneHellas]
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