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Mix: Labor Day, iOS 4.1 9/8, Vibrating iPod touch

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iOS 4.1 will be released for the iPhone and iPod touch on September 8, 2010, according to a small banner on Apple’s United Kingdom website. The text, which has since reverted to ‘Coming Soon,’ did not appear on the United States Apple site, but is likely to be accurate. A subsequent release of iOS 4.2 to let iPad users in on the fun is still planned for November. (via Macworld UK)

The new iPod touch 4G packs a vibrating motor, apparently to signal incoming FaceTime requests while the device is in silent mode, notes an FCC teardown of the new device. This motor adds one of the few remaining iPhone hardware features that previously differentiated the iPod touch from its more powerful cousin; it is likely activated and deactivated in Settings, as the iPod touch has no ringer switch. (via MacRumors)

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Now we know what day to start pestering Apple stores with stock inquiries :)

Posted by Code Monkey in East Amherst, NY, USA on September 6, 2010 at 1:29 PM (CDT)


can someone at apple please tell me why (without BS) why it takes so long to make IOS4 for the ipad? how frigging hard can it be? its just a slighty bigger ipod touch/iphone, as it stands its running on a special version of 3.1 (ios 3.1)

Posted by mario83 in East Amherst, NY, USA on September 7, 2010 at 1:55 AM (CDT)


It’s 9/8/2010….where is 4.1? Apple.com still shows “Coming Soon” and iTunes does not detect an update.

Posted by Eric in East Amherst, NY, USA on September 8, 2010 at 12:11 PM (CDT)

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