Apple Sets To Release iOS 5.1 On March 9th
Profiles are in the actual procedure from being pushed through to numerous mobile carriers selling Apple’s iPhone look to suggest the rather delayed release for iOS 5.1 could finally be happening on 9th March.Those running the iPhone 4S should finally see any lingering battery issues eradicated, but when 5.0.1 release failed to amend the problem, we’ll wait for the hands-on before drawing any solid conclusions. Moreover, our main point of focus lies together with the introduction of the lot of new improvements for Siri. One of the more modern dev-only beta releases of iOS 5.1 seems to reveal iPad support is on the horizon, even though it is fairly more difficult to gauge how muchsupport there will be,and even more importantly, for which iPad devices.
Of course, since the Absinthe jailbreak a couple of weeks back, many have seen an abundance of tweaks allowing those wielding the fruit company’s fledgling smartphone to extend the capabilities of the lauded voice-recognition software, as well as those using other iOS devices. Nonetheless, native content is often welcome (and indeed, invariably stable than the Cydia alternatives), so there is would be|may be a fair amount of great interest in what Tim Cook and Co. have brought back into the table.
As well as the update to iOS, rumor has it that Apple will announce the third installment to its tablet series, which we’ll call, for argument’s sake, iPad 3. Whilst nothing has been mentioned directly by the tight-lipped Cupertino company, March will mark the entire|the complete year since the iPad 2 dropped, and production is rumored to have been in progress for quite some time now. As for the features, we expect a Retina display to capitalize just not only on new and improved front-and-back cameras, but additionally to credibly do justice to iBooks 2/ iTunes U / Newsstand, three of Apple’s most current e-reading/learning initiatives.
If the aforementioned Siri hints were intended solely for the iPad 3, it could|it’d understand from a marketing point of view. It’s more than likely Apple will only offer limited – if any – amounts of Siri loving to iPad 2 users, edging them closer towards the new release for all its purported bells and whistles.Then again, the burning question is really – would we even use Siri at the iPad?