Apple iPhone 4G and iPad: OS 3.2 SDK reveals support for more gestures

Apple iPhone 4G and iPad: OS 3.2 SDK reveals support for more gestures

March 11, 2010

•••It seems as if the latest Apple iPhone OS 3.2 SDK is revealing a lot more hints and features than we expected. The latest rumors are that the upcoming iphone 4G and even iPad could come with yet more gesture features.

As reported from TFTS, as many as 10 new gestures have been uncovered in the latest SDK, two of which are brand new. These are ”3Tap” and ”LongPress”. No details on what these gestures could involve in relation to the iPhone 4G or iPad, but TFTS point out that most, if not all of the gestures will be featured within the next version of the iPhone.

For the full list of gestures, head to the link above. Usual ones such as Pan-Mix, Pinch-In, Pinch-Mix, Pinch-Out have been listed, but let us know if you have any ideas about the new ones we mentioned above.

Even before the debut of the iPhone 3GS the rumors surrounding video calling had been getting people excited especially with the apparent photos floating around showing a position for a front facing camera.

So it’s no surprise that with the new “iPhone 4G” video calling rumors have got people wanting more, and with one of the larger UK operators seeming to be the main source it can only refresh the public’s hopes.

However with the strong possibility of video calling coming to the US the question has to be if AT&T offers it will the network be able to handle it? Especially with some iPhone 3G owners suffering calling problems.

Although current iPhone users will no doubt be hot for the edition of video calling, will they be worried about the possible loss of quality to their service? What are your thoughts? Read more about the background of AT&T’s network and the possibility of video calling on ZDNET.

• Source(s): © 2010 Apple, TFTS and ZDNET



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