Additional Tweaks Found in iPhone OS 3.0 Beta 3

Additional Tweaks Found in iPhone OS 3.0 Beta 3

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Several additional tweaks and improvements have been found in the new iPhone OS 3.0 beta 3, according to an AppleInsider report.

Developer sources familiarizing themselves with betas of Apple's iPhone 3.0 software have uncovered a handful of additional tweaks and improvements to the system in recent weeks, including changes to Safari's window handling, new battery status indicators and notification preferences, as well as the advent of data detectors in certain apps.

- Safari now lets you close the last active window replacing it with a blank page.
Additional Tweaks Found in iPhone OS 3.0 Beta 3

- 22 new png files have been included in the lastest build which will act as a numerical representation of remaining battery life.
Additional Tweaks Found in iPhone OS 3.0 Beta 3

- A new push notification preference pane lets you enable or disable any of the three types of notifications: Sounds, Alerts and Badges.
Additional Tweaks Found in iPhone OS 3.0 Beta 3

- Additional data detectors have been added to OS 3.0 which identify text fragments like email addresses, phone numbers, and street addresses inside different applications. You can then touch these fragments to perform different functions. (ie touch a number to call it).
Additional Tweaks Found in iPhone OS 3.0 Beta 3


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cscho0415
cscho0415 - April 22, 2009 at 7:04am
I would like to add that there is also undo feature that i found which is quite unknown... how to use its kind of strange... u kind of turn u iphone in an akward way past... i havent exactaly figured it out but its tehre
Scudy
Scudy - April 20, 2009 at 3:06am
Any words of calendar appointment link support ? Meaning that you will be able to dial number from a calendar appointment invitation..
Ofer laor
Ofer laor - April 18, 2009 at 11:44am
Apparently hebrew support was added along with let to right support.
Scudy
Scudy - April 20, 2009 at 3:02am
Good news. This indicates Iphone OS support for special charac at last. Can somebody confirm it also supports Arabic ? Cheers
icyfire
icyfire - April 18, 2009 at 11:14am
Anything about disabling automatic refresh in Safari? It's quite annoying to load a page, switch to a second page, then go back to the first, only to have it reload again. This would require increasing the buffer size, so I hope they've written that data to disk instead of erasing it from memory.
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