For those of you with an iPhone 4 handset, we have some solid details on the forthcoming update to iPhone iOS 4.1, due to come out of beta for a public release soon. For gaming fans, the update will bring added functionality to the Game Center feature.
If you head over to Apple Insider, you’ll see that they have listed some of the changes that will be coming within iOS 4.1. These include many bug fixes too, particularly one which involves the proximity sensor on the iPhone 4.
AI reports that iOS 4.1 will improve the proximity sensor on the iPhone 4, while also improving Bluetooth connectivity. One of the most anticipated features for iPhone 4 users is the Game Center. Apple promised a lot when unveiling it at WWDC in June, and the service will finally be available towards the end of the year.
AI has some fresh details on the Game Center, and also some screenshots of it running on the iPhone 4. If Apple work out a smooth matchmaking service for the Game Center, I have a feeling that it will be become immensely popular with users – What do you think?
Head over to Apple Insider for the full preview.
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