Apple unveiled iOS 5 atÂ WWDC 2011 Keynote, which includes more than 200 features forÂ iPhone,Â iPadÂ andÂ iPod TouchÂ users such as revampedÂ Notification system with Notification Center,Â iMessage,Â PC Free, Wi-Fi SyncÂ Newsstand, Reminders, deep Twitter integrationÂ and lots more.
It is currently in beta and widely expected to be released at the end of September or early October.
But even before it is released, Jan-Michael Cart Â - a junior majoring in Mass Media Arts at the University of GeorgiaÂ who had created one of the first iOS 5 concept videos, has created a few more cool concept videos, which showcases features and enhancements that will make iOS 5 even better.
You can checkout the concept videos below and let us know what you think in the comments below:
Notification Centre Improvements:
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An anonymous reader writes “YouTube’s latest blog post indicated that some changes are on the way. Google has opened up a call to submit and vote on ideas. HTML 5 open video with Free formats has dominated the vote, maintaining over twice as many votes as the next-highest item almost since the vote opened up. You may vote here (Google login required). Perhaps we don’t even need to since their blog post comes suspiciously soon after their revised merger with On2. Could these improvements be a completely overhauled YouTube 2.0?”
Source: YouTube Revamp Imminent?
The alpha release of Opera 10.5 shows the company’s next browser will gain huge improvements in speed and support for HTML5 and the latest web graphics.
supersloshy writes Today Mozilla released Thunderbird 3.
Many new features are available, including Tabs and enhanced search features, a message archive for emails you don’t want to delete but still want to keep, Firefox 3′s improved Add-ons Manager, Personas support, and many other improvements. Download here.”
Source: Mozilla Thunderbird 3 Released