Apple remains a creature of habit. Last year, it rolled out iPhone OS 3.0 at 10 a.m. Pacific time, and this year, at 10 a.m. on launch day, the now-renamed iOS 4.0 became available for download. The initial reports indicate few hiccups as users get to play with the OS before the new iPhone 4 hits store shelves. Enterprise Mobile Today reports on what Apple has in store.
Apple has started the latest e-stampede with the release of iPhone iOS 4, the first major upgrade to its smartphone OS in a year, sporting a number of new features that users have been wanting for quite some time.
And Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) seems to be handling the rush better than AT&T did on iPhone 4 pre-order day: Twitter already has reports that people have successfully updated their phone and are running iOS 4.