The latest software for the iPhone and iPod Touch is available starting Wednesday for download from Apple.
The companyat its annual fall press event last week and included an overview of the latest features. The download is free via iTunes for iPhone and iPod Touch owners.
Besides upgrades to new features for games, photos, and high-definition videos, Apple is using this software update to zap several bugs at once.
Among the issues Apple CEO Steve Jobs promised would be fixed with the installation of 4.1 are: proximity sensor problems that were; the ; Bluetooth connectivity problems with certain car stereos and headsets (that as soon as the iPhone 4 was released); and problems related to the Nike+iPod software.
Other upgrades in iOS 4.1 include: the ability to upload HD videos over Wi-Fi, TV show rentals on iTunes from an iPhone or iPod Touch, new HDR (high dynamic range) photo function, and.
GameCenter was announced in April at the iOS 4.0 press event, but was not included in the initial release of the software. GameCenter is a social-networking feature that allows iPhone and iPod Touch users to play games on their devices against friends in real time.
CNET's Kent German will have a hands-on review of the latest software for iPhone and iPod Touch as well as screenshots later today, so be sure to check back.
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