The preview comes to us courtesy of Engadget, who has also supplied us with a great hands-on video of iOS 4.2 as well. Their first impressions are that iOS 4.2 looks great on the iPad, adding that they didn’t seem to be any lag when using the new multitasking feature to switch between multiple apps at once.
You’ll be pleased to know that you can now start using folders with space for up to 20 apps per folder, which is sure to please those of you with untidy pages of countless apps.
There are also new settings for the AirPlay/Air Print modes, as well as the inclusion of the Apple Game Center. Take a look at their hands-on video below and let us know your thoughts on it.
Are you looking forward to iOS 4.2?
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