“Though we’ve been playing with the developer’s version on an iPhone 3GS since April, we wanted to wait for the real deal before offering our official take,” German reports. “And from what we can tell so far, our original positive impressions hold true. That’s not say that everything is perfect, but iOS marks a significant and welcome jump in the iPhone’s evolution.”
“In fact, we’ll go so far as to say that iOS 4 is just as significant a development as Thursday’s release of the iPhone 4,” German reports. “We also welcome the smaller changes–iOS 4 is set to offer up to 100 new features–even if they’re not particularly glamorous. We’ll continue to root around for those tiny things in the coming days and will list additional revisions here as we find them.”
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]