“Last week AppleInsider reported that the first private beta of iPhone Software 2.2 included a redesigned Safari address bar, as well as a new version of the App Store application with interface tweaks and a new bug report feature,” AI reports.
“While those changes are visible to developers testing the software, a post at MacRumors details support for a few other features that have thus far remain inaccessible to developers, as they’re not yet fully activated in the betas,” AI reports.
“Among them is a preference to turn off the iPhone’s text auto-correction. A request for this functionality was recently the subject of an online petition that has since received over 20,000 signatures,” AI reports. “Another feature is support for Google Street View in the iPhone’s Maps application.”
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