Date: Monday, February 1st, 2010, 05:27
Category: iPhone, Rumor
iPhone OS 3.2 is currently in development and may in fact sport some really cool new features.
Per Engadget, a series of “extremely trusted sources” have stated that iPhone OS 3.2 contains rudimentary support for video calling.
Engadget’s sources said there are hooks to accept and decline a video conference, flip a video feed (a factor that could suggest a front-facing camera on future iPhone modens) and the ability to run a video call in either full screen mode or in just a portion of the screen, which could be indicative of some basic form of multitasking.
The article also cites that “iPhone OS 3.2 supports file downloads and local storage in the browser, which means you’ll be able to pull files off the web and use them in other apps, and there’s at least the beginnings of SMS support buried within the code.”
Stay tuned for additional details as they become available and let us know what you think (or are hoping for) in the comments.