Earlier this week, Apple announced the 3 new iPods and with it the update for the iOS 4.1, that fixes a number of bugs and the Game Center API for developers to use in creating social-networking games. It appears that the iOS 4.1 software update is now available for download.
If you have an iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPod Touch 2nd Gen, iPod Touch 3rd Gen, or the latest iPod Touch, just connect it to your Mac or PC with Itunes 10, you should be getting the update notification. It’s just a small update but it should fix a number of issues with your iOS Device. Like iPhone 4 Proximity sensor issue, iPhone 3G performance, Nike+iPod fixes and bluetooth improvements. The update should also contain the previously announced Game Center, High Dynamic Range (HDR) photos for iPhone 4, Support for TV Rentals on iTunes, Facetime calling from your Favorites and it should add the support for AVRCP accessories, that includes next and previous track control.
By the way, as of this writing, it still say “COMING SOON.” when you visit Apple’s US web site.
Last modified: September 8, 2010