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iOS 5 Review - Top 9 Features We'd Like to See in iOS 5
Apple iOS 4.3 is a well-designed, stable mobile operating system that remains one of the best in the smartphone and tablet arenas. But it isn't perfect. Our take on the nine most wanted iOS 5 features follows, counting down from nine to one.
Apple has been hush-hush as usual, leaving iOS 5's feature set open for rumor and speculation. What is certain is that iOS 5 will be the driving force behind iCloud, Cupertino's new cloud-based offering (which in itself has been rumored to be the cloud based version of iTunes, a Mobile Me revamp, or both). No other iOS 5 features have been confirmed besides that, but we have high hopes for the updated iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch operating system.
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As such, we've put together nine features that we long to see implemented into iOS 5. These features range from wireless syncing to the ability to actually roll back iOS 5 to an earlier version should your device begin to chug after you download the latest version of the mobile operating system. Our wishlist may require new hardware in order for these features to be implemented, but Apple has a history of releasing new gear on an annual basis. http://www.batterylaptoppower.com/
Let us know if you agree or disagree with our iOS 5 wishlist by leaving a comment below, or better yet, share your ideas of what you'd like to see in the operating system. Our take on the nine most wanted iOS 5 features follows, counting down from nine to one.
9 .Turn-by-Turn Navigation
Currently, unless you download MapQuest or jailbreak your iOS device, there's no way to get turn-by-turn GPS navigation on your handheld. Apple should have this functionality baked right into the operating system. Considering that Apple tracks your movements, this seems the next logical step.
8 .Deleting or Hiding Default Apps
Apple includes a number of apps on every iOS device—Contacts, Notes, Calendar, Maps, YouTube—but Cupertino doesn't give you any method to remove those apps should you not want to use them. For example, Bento for iPad is my preferred tool for managing contact information—
7. NFC Support
Google made headlines last week when it unveiled Google Wallet, a NFC (near-field communication)
6 .Automatic App Updates
Between my iPhone and iPad, I have numerous apps I use on a daily basis. This means that I also receive a fair number of alerts stating that software updates are available. Certainly, launching the App Store and tapping the Update icon isn't very time consuming, but I would appreciate it if Apple and the respective app developers allowed updates to automatically downloaded on their own—in the background—without my intervention. iOS should send a notification before and after the download was completed.
5. Ability to Roll Back to Earlier Versions of iOS
iOS 5 is sure to pack a number of intriguing features which will entice you to upgrade to the new operating system. But as we've demonstrated, upgrading (depending on the device) can stymie the overall system performance. Unfortunately, rolling back to a previous build can create its own frustrations. Apple needs to include a way for users to quickly and easily roll back iOS to help users of older devices whose handsets may not be up handling to the newest version. http://www.batterylaptoppower.com/
4. Adding An App Basket
The App Store has proven wildly successful for Apple, so it boggles the mind that the company only allows users to make one purchase at time. I discover a handful of cool and interesting apps on nearly a daily basis as I explore the best iPad apps—I would love to be able to queue up a string of apps in a basket, and then move on to do other things as they download to my iPad.
3. 4G Connectivity
When the iPad debuted it was on the cutting edge of smartphone technology with its innovative touchscreen interface and, eventually, its apps store. But other handset manufacturers have managed to one up Apple in one important area: wireless connectivity. Phones such as the HTC Thunderbolt boast speedy 4G connections, which lets users download files faster or stream hiccup-free video.
2. A Revamped Notification System
The Xoom's stock Honeycomb OS has its flaws, but the way that it handles notifications is excellent. For example, when a new e-mail arrives, Honeycomb pings you no matter where you are within the operating system; iOS 4.3 requires you to the homescreen to see if the Mail app has an unread message icon. In addition, iOS only displays the latest notification message—there's no way to view older ones. Apple, take a look at what's Google done and work out a way to let users receive notifications from anywhere within the OS, and to let them read previous alerts. http://www.batterylaptoppower.com/
1. Wireless Syncing
Apple may tout the iPad and iPad 2 as "post-PC" devices, but the first action that must be performed someone purchases the tablet is to connect it to a computer to sync account information, music, photos, video, and other files. In fact, you can't even view the homescreen without first connecting with iTunes. That's not at all “post-PC,”
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