Apple recently launched its latest beta version of IOS software 4.3 for developers that once again showcases some new updates, and also causes some confusion in the mix. With the release date for the iPhone Verizon users drawing near, the iPhone in companies like AT & T also has been waiting to access the functions as a mobile personal access to your devices. These features, as you know, come with the new IOS 4.3 update.
The new beta adds Wi-Fi hotspot capabilities for GSM iPhone, among other things. We have also come to know that Apple has said the gesture will not be part of version 4.3 final. The gestures are only included in this beta so that developers can test. There are rumors that the beta 3 would be released in a week or two and the final was released iOS 4.3 is.
Unfortunately, however, the new multitasking gestures of navigation is not enabled on IOS 4.3 for users, but Apple is providing this preview to gather information about how these gestures work with application developers. One thing removed from this beta version, however, are gestures of fingers four and five that we saw in the previous version. A four finger gesture to switch between applications, while a five-finger pinch to close the open application. Apple only included in the previous version to gain input from developers, and will not make its way to the liberation of the clients of the IOS 4.3.
What is interesting is that Apple has said that new gesture controls made available in beta version but not, in fact, be available in the public imminent IOS version 4.3. The company said that the preview was provided for the purpose of “collecting opinions and suggestions about how these gestures with their applications.” Meanwhile, the download of 607 MB and 679 MB IPAD for the iPhone will have some new features for developers to play, that is, an update for Apple TV and the ability to test with 4.3 Airplay Apps.