Prior to iOS 6, it was quite a pain to attach photo or video to an email. One had to launch the Photos app, select the photos or videos and then tap on the share button to send them via email.
One of our sources has provided us with images of what are claimed to be new next-generation iOS device parts being carried by a supplier. Supplier claiming next-generation iPod touch front panel would be taller than the current model and that the opening in the front panel measures 4.1 inches diagonally.
French designer Antoine Brieux has created some absolutely stunning renders of what a Liquidmetal iPhone could look like, and although we’ve stumbled across quite a few wonderful concepts in our time, this very latest one can only be described as astounding.
The device we seeing here is surely not the white iPhone 4 which appeared in the UK last week. Yes, it has the new proximity sensor, same as the white iPhone 4. Anyway, maybe this is the prototype iPhone with an A5 processor that game developers are using to prepare their iPhone 5 apps.
The site says they are unsure if the photos are genuine but ‘are sure that it’s not an iPhone 4′.
Take a look below…
As promised, Facebook 3.2 for iPhone is now available on the iTunes App Store. The most significant change in this new update is support for Facebook’s new service called “Places”. Apart from this, this new version also finally brings new “Pull-to-refresh” feature like Twitter app, and uploading of photos and videos in the background (iOS 4 multitasking). Full change log is as follows.