Day 1 of WWDC 2010 at San Fransisco has concluded with announcements of the long awaited iPhone 4 and also the iPhone OS 4 .
Steve made a statement that iPhone OS 4 has been renamed to iOS 4.
The features of iOS 4 include multi-tasking, folders, retina display integration, unified inbox and conversation threading (like GMail), improved flash, more multimedia applications and improved support for business users and enterprise software.
In all, about 1500 new features are included in iOS 4.
Google is still the default search engine in this update.
Apple says iOS 4 will arrive for the iPhone 3G, 3GS, and the iPod touch on June 21 — and it’ll be free to iPod touch owners for the first time. Not all features will be included in the iPod touch 2G and iPhone 3G due to their hardware.
The iOS trademark was owned by Cisco. Cisco has agreed to license the iOS trademark to Apple.
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