iPhone OS 4.0 Beta 4 Reveals Camera With Flash Coming to iPhone, iPad And iPod Touch
iPhone OS 4.0 Beta 4 that was released yesterday to developers of Apple’s iPhone Developer program has already revealed new hidden features in Apple’s next generation iPhone OS such as iPhone tethering for AT&T customers, default utilities folder and new iPhone wallpapers.
Folks at 9to5Mac have also discovered some interesting features in iPhone OS 4.0 SDK.
9to5Mac has discovered code references in iPhone OS 4.0 Beta 4 SDK, which indicates that Apple’s next iPhone will get a camera with Flash.
As seen below, there are also code references, which probably confirm that iPod Touch will get a camera just like the leaked iPod Touch prototype.
They have also found references to Mac OS 10.7 in the latest beta version of iPhone OS 4.0. 9to5Mac speculates:
If Apple is putting 10.7 code into iPhone 4, it means that 10.7 is planned to be released at some point in iPhone OS 4's lifetime, which starts in June and extends until June 2011.
Apple is expected to unveil their next generation iPhone during the WWDC 2010 Keynote address on June 7.
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