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Apple iPhone 3.0 on Display

Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) on Tuesday released a beta version of its next generation of iPhone software, which addresses many nagging complaints while bolstering the developer community.

With more than 800 million applications downloaded from the App Store in eight months, Apple knows the success of the iPhone 3G is tied to its developers. With the iPhone 3.0 software, Apple opened up a host of new options for content creators, including new business models, peer-to-peer connectivity, turn-by-turn directions, and the highly coveted cut and paste.

Apple on Tuesday released a beta version of its next generation of iPhone software, which addresses many nagging complaints while bolstering the developer community.

With more than 800 million applications downloaded from the App Store in eight months, Apple knows the success of the iPhone 3G is tied to its developers. With the iPhone 3.0 software, Apple opened up a host of new options for content creators, including new business models, peer-to-peer connectivity, turn-by-turn directions, and the highly coveted cut and paste.

Get the full lowdown at InformationWeek.

— Marin Perez, InformationWeek

mobileinsider 12/5/2012 | 4:08:58 PM
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Mobile network vendors should thank Apple for making theiPhone such a success, much like they should thank RIM for the Bold. The 3Gcapacity impact of these devices is tremendous. To take a quote from Cisco'slatest VNI: "A single high-end phone like the iPhone/Blackberry generatesmore data traffic than 30 basic-feature cell phones."

Network capacity is already a problem (Om Malik also covered the network impact on gigaom.com earlier this week).-áThe Capex uptake as result of iPhone and Bold will help the industry in 2010. TheTsunami is Coming: Mobile Operators, Brace YourselvesGǪhttp://svmobileinsider.blogspot.com/

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