iPhone 5 is really close a release now.
US Carriers of iOS 5 have begun the final testing of the software and the staffs from Apple Stores have started training for it via internal application.
9 to 5 Mac has said that the training processes done by other carriers in the world are well underway too.
Such trainings however are similar to the trainings that happened prior the release of iOS 4 and iPhone 4. Aside from these trainings, the major carrier support divisions of iOS 5 are also being taught with iCloud too.
The reason for teaching iCloud together with iOS 5 is that Apple’s considering iCloud and iOS 5 to be integrated products.
This is because many of their features relatively interact with each other. Included in the training aids developed through Apple’s help consist of video based instructions and PDF files. With these things on the way, Apple will probably speak about it sooner.
A testing priority for the final builds of the iOS 5 is the workings of FaceTime via 3G.
This is technically a new feature in the iOS 5 system. Latest inside news have already claimed that the FaceTime via 3G feature is now actively working.
Some say however that Apple is not sure whether this will really be part of the features available in the final build that would be released to users.
Aside from FaceTime via 3G, other final build tests include Nuance Dictation speech to text feature. Such is similar to the version present in Android OS but such is more quick and accurate to use though.
The news on iOS 5 software up and coming release implies one thing, that iPhone 5, which will be using the software, will technically be already in its final production and shipment too. If this is true, then it is possible that Apple TV sales will soar high.
The new operating system will open up different never been seen before possibilities to Apple users.