IPhone Firmware 2.2 Update Out Now

Posted: Nov 21 2008, 6:31am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:48am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
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Apple has made a new update for the iPhone available, bringing the firmware to version 2.2. The update includes numerous fixes and updates taking the size up to 246MB. One of the biggest updates with the new firmware is to Google Maps.

The update enhanced Google Maps and Street View including public transit and walking directions. The update also allows users to download podcasts over the air. Email bugs have been fixed and the Safari browser launches the URL and search bar at the same time now.

Auto-correction can now be turned off in keyboard settings. The update doesn’t add copy and paste functions, but does update the 3G firmware. Some users are complaining that the update has caused issues with sound, blurry pictures, and the auto brightness feature.

Via ITProPortal

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