Developers continue to discover new changes in iOS 5 beta 2 that was seeded to developers of iOS developer program late last week.
We’ve already seen Apple enabling Wi-Fi sync feature for Mac users, tweaking the user interface of Lock screen notifications, that hasn’t gone down too well with our readers, new first boot animation and ability for developers to implement native style momentum scrolling in web apps.
Apple has made a small change in iOS 5’s Notification Center. It now shows the upcoming Calendar events 24 hours in advance, which can be accessed with a swipe down on the status bar, so that you can easily check out your appointments.
You can disable calendar events from showing up in the Notification Center and also control the number of events to be displayed via Settings. However, there is currently no way to adjust how far in advance you can see your events.
It’s another minor but useful change in upcoming iOS 5, which will be released later this fall.
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