As the keynote of Apple’s WWDC 2011 goes on, after a demo of the new Mac OS X Lion, its now time for the new mobile OS version, iOS 5. Good and interesting features have been added to the new version and it will be made available this fall as OTA updates to the iPhone 4 and 3GS, iPad 1 and 2, and iPod touch 3rd and 4th generation.
During the demo of the new iOS version 5, the flowing features have been briefed:
1. Notifications: A new Notification Center will now aggregate all your notifications into one. The new common notification center will be accessible by swiping down a menu from the top of the screen. It will also have a dismissing feature as in Android OS.
2. Twitter: Twitter integration will be to the core of iOS 5, featuring single sign-in and allowing multiple Twitter supporting apps to make use of the credentials. Now you can tweet images directly as the Camera and Photos programs will have access to your Twitter account.
3. Newsstand: This is a place to house all your magazine and newspaper subscriptions.
4. New Safari: Safari Reader is new browser feature that will remove distracting figures and will present the text of a webpage with no useless excess content. Another feature to Safari is a Reading List, which will accumulate a list of pages you want to read later. The awaiting feature of Tabbed browsing is also now available in version 5.
6. Post PC: Your iOS devices will now be completely PC Free with no more cables required for sync. Setting up and activating a new iOS device can be done right on the device itself without any PC. Then synchronization will also be wireless too. Over-the-air(OTA) updates will do the job of updates and everything without any computer involvement.
7 iMessage: This is the new messaging platform for iOS users only. It will add the ability to push messages to all your devices. You’ll be able to send messages, photos, videos, and contacts also which will work over either WiFi or 3G.
These are all the details we got right now from WWDC 2011 Keynote. There are more updates and detials coming on iCloud. Stay tuned.
[image courtesy and via: engadget]