IPhone 4 OS Is About Multitasking, Gaming And IAd Says Analyst

Posted: Apr 6 2010, 2:10pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 8:09am CDT, in Rumors | Rumors

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As reported, Apple will hold a media event on Thursday to reveal iPhone OS 4.0 to the world.
Of course Apple did not reveal anything yet about the next iPhone OS version. The most rumored feature is full multitasking support for 3rd party apps. Multitasking would also allow the iPad to leverage its full CPU power. Apple always played down the value of multitasking, but they sure will spin it on Thursday as the best multitasking and overall a very magical feature.

Apple Insider reports today that Shaw Wu from Kaufman Bros. has issued a report that sees, besides multitasking, also the new iAd mobile advertising platform and new gaming apps taking center stage on Thursday.

Good thing that the Apple iPhone 4.0 OS sneak peak is in just two days. The wait until iPhone 4 OS will be released will be much more painful.
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