What hasn’t changed Almost everything has changed this time. Likely because there’s no weather or clock apps to ignore. Still, there doesn’t seem to be anything new in Contacts yet, but we’ll keep our eyes peeled. Huge update, we told you. Hardware changes No, that’s not a typo. As you’re read below, Apple has added a software orientation lock to iOS 4.2 for iPad, similar to how it works on iPhone. That means the previous, hardware-based orientation lock is no longer needed, so they’ve made that a mute switch like on iPhone. Yes, they really changed a hardware button. Yes, it will make iPhone owners less confused but it will mess with existing iPad owners. Either way, be advised. System-wide enhancements Many of the system-wide enhancements that came with iOS 4.2 for iPhone were already present in IOS 3.2 for iPad — spellcheck, text replacement, etc. And unfortunately, there’s still no sign of VoiceControl, which both iPhone and iPod touch have. There is, however… AirPlay AirPlay is an evolution of Apple’s AirTunes system that used to let you stream music between iTunes on Windows or Mac and Apple TV or Airport Express connected speakers. AirPlay takes that to the next… Read full this story
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