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iPhone Softwareupdate 1.1.1

New features include (official list):

  • iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store (not for EDGE but for WiFi)
  • Louder speakerphone and receiver volume
  • Home Button double-click shortcut to phone favorites or music controls
  • Space bar double-tap shortcut to intelligently insert period and space
  • Mail attachments are viewable in portrait and landscape
  • Stocks and cities in Stocks and Weather can be re-ordered
  • Apple Bluetooth Headset battery status in the Status Bar
  • Support for TV Out( headphone jack will out the vid signal now using Apples AV-cable )
  • Preference to turn off EDGE/GPRS when roaming internationally
  • New Passcode lock time intervals
  • Adjustable alert volume

Users feedback (from: RSS-Feed Apple Forum):

  • Syncing calendar using WinXP now works
  • New developer/debug option in the settings page for Safari
  • AppTapp and further 3rd party software will be uninstalled but iPhone still working
  • New phone icon near the battery icon
  • iTunes 7.4.3 is needed
  • no loss of data (contacts, songs…) after upgrading
  • still no stereo bluetooth
  • EDGE can be turned off for saving lot of money due to roaming (data roaming under settings, general, network)
  • still no cut copy paste features
  • iPhone breaks (no reuse) if updating a simlock free-ed device (ATTENTION!)

Hidden Features:

  • Change voicemail password directly from the iPhone:
    You can now change your voicemail password directly from the iPhone. To do this tap “Settings,” then “Phone,” then “Change Voicemail Password.”
  • Change sound for new text message:
    If you are tired of the sound when a new text message arrives, you can now change it. For this tap “Settings,” then “Sounds,” then “New Text Message.”
    iPhone Safari’s “Debug console”:

    If you want to find out Mobile Safari HTML errors encountered when rendering Web pages you can enable iPhone Safari’s “Debug console”. Tap “Settings,” then “Safari,” then “Developer”.
  • Use International characters in Mail or SMS:
    In Mail or SMS, you can press and hold certain keys (like C, or N) for a menu of corresponding international characters.
  • Play audio attachments in email messages:
    In case you have not noticed already, you should be able to play audio attachments in email messages and support audio files in all the QuickTime audio formats it supports, including MP3 AAC and WAV.
  • Stream all Audio to a Bluetooth headset:
    As per AppleInsider this is due to a bug but you can also be used as a feature hence I am listing it here. iPhone firmware 1.1.1 allows you to stream all audio, including iPod songs, audio from movies and TV shows and even keyboard taps and system sounds to a Bluetooth headset. Previously, only phone calls and voicemail (when enabled) were streamed to Bluetooth headsets.Instructions on how to get this working courtesy AppleInsider:

“To take advantage of the bug and begin streaming music wirelessly, simply initiate a connection between your Bluetooth headset and the iPhone. Once the iPhone recognizes a connection from your paired headset, enter the Visual Voicemail interface under the phone application and select the “Audio” button from the upper right-hand corner of the screen. (If you do not have a Bluetooth headset paired to the iPhone or your Bluetooth headset has not initiated a connection with the iPhone, this button will instead say “Speaker”.)”

In case you have found an undocumented or hidden feature which has not been listed above do share it with us in the comments.

Video über die neuen Features:
http://www.apple.com/iphone/softwareupdate/

Oder generell coole Videos Rund ums iPhone:
http://www.apple.com/iphone/fingertips/

iPhone Users Guide (PDF):
http://manuals.info.apple.com/en/iPhone_User_Guide.pdf

iPhone Zubehör:

http://www.apple.com/iphone/accessories/

By the way:
Starbucks plans to give away 50 million free digital songs to customers in all of its domestic coffee houses.” (Read more >>)
and: “Usability test: Does iPhone match the hype? Users try out the iPhone, HTC Touch and the Nokia N95” (Yes, it does).

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