MacRumors has just published a screenshot which was discovered in iPhone OS 3.0 that shows the user interface of the video recording feature.
iPhone OS 3.0, iPhone Firmware 3.0, iPhone 3.0
When Apple gave a preview of iPhone firmware 3.0 last month, they announced that MMS will be one of the 100 new features that will be available in their next generation OS when it’s available this summer.
One of the things that wasn’t clear about the MMS feature was how the iPhone will handle videos sent over MMS.
The good folks at Boy Genius Report have tested it out and have confirmed that you can receive and play videos over MMS.
We had reported a couple of days back that the wireless radio component specification distributed with iPhone OS 3.0 beta had revealed support for a new Broadcom chip BCM4329 which could bring support for 802.11n Wi-Fi in Apple's next generation iPhone.
Folks at 9to5Mac have done some more digging through the specs of the chip and have discovered that it also supports reception and transmission of FM radio signals.
TUAW is reporting that Ben over at Benm.at has stumbled upon some art resources in iPhone firmware 3.0 suggests video editing, scrubbing and clip functions.
News and Rumors about Apple's new iPhone is reaching a feverish pitch.
AppleInsider is reporting that the wireless radio component specification distributed with iPhone firmware 3.0 beta has revealed support for a new chip which could bring support for 802.11n Wi-Fi in Apple's next generation iPhone.
Folks over at QuickPwn have also released an unofficial version of QuickPwn 3.0 Beta 2 for Windows users to jailbreak the latest beta version of iPhone firmware 3.0.
Apple Seeds 2nd Beta of iPhone Firmware 3.0: Includes Push Notifications, Allows 11 Home Screens, Fixes Sluggishness
Apple had announced more than 100 new features and 1000 new APIs in iPhone firmware 3.0.
The second beta version like the first beta version has revealed some more details about Apple's next generation OS for iPhone.
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If you're one of them then there is a solution to fix the crashing problem.
Based on Phil Schiller's, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Worldwide Product
Marketing statement to David Pogue of New York Times at Macworld 2009, it was quite obvious that Apple would be releasing their new iPhone in June.
Boy Genius Report is claiming that their source "pretty high up in AT&T's food chain" has given them some more details about Apple's new iPhone which are “100% confirmed”.