iPhone 3.0 has settled in quite well in my view and I am sure many have been more than pleased to see Apple finally give the iPhone features such as copy and paste, MMS, landscape mode typing, Spotlight search, push notifications and many more. But did you know that actually there are some “hidden” functions that weren’t announced?
You may have figured out some of them yourself already but there are actually quite a few of them. I wouldn’t like to call this a secret but rather just tips and tricks to using the new iPhone OS 3.0. Check out the full list after the break…
Not only has the Digg co-founder Kevin Rose predicted that copy and paste will be coming to the iPhone on the next iPhone OS update version 3.0, he has also said that the iPhone will be doing everything the Pre will be able to do (sounds like a fight coming on!). However, no background running app action or video recording. But like Alex said, at least it has “something I wanted seven f*cking years ago”. What do you guys think?
If you’ve been following us, you will know copy and paste is now finally available to us iPhone users, well sort of in a way… PasteBud‘s website is now open for access and if you’re looking to find out how it works and how to get it going, the video below will do the trick for you. It’s not difficult at all, complete within five minutes, completely free but you will need to be using either IE or Safari.
One very basic yet unavailable function that’s been in every iPhone user’s wish list might be finally coming to the iPhone in the next firmware update v1.1.3. We’ve all seen the latest iPhone firmware news and the pictures showing features that the general public now expects to see when the update arrives but apparently there is now even more.
It seems with all the fuss about sending mass texts, new google map features and all the icon dragging, etc, etc… some of us have stopped pondering when copy and paste would come in.
According to MacScoop, this update will come in quite soon “Apple will release an iPhone software update during MacWorld Expo 2008, well informed sources confirmed MacScoop.”
It’s also been suggested that although we know of a few features that will probably come up in the next update, there may well be others we haven’t yet a clue about. For example, the update should provide better stability and performance for the device which sometimes suffers from UI glitches and application hangs in its current version.
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