iPhone OS 3.0: What else is new?

Beyond the big changes like cut, copy and paste, what other changes have you noticed with iPhone OS 3.0.

100 new features? We're still counting.
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When Apple first announced the iPhone OS 3.0 in March, it promised that the update would bring 100 new features. We heard the same thing last week at the WWDC 2009 keynote, but Scott Forstall, Apple's head of iPhone software development, only demonstrated a handful of the most notable improvements. Sure, we know about stereo Bluetooth, the Spotlight features, and cut, copy, and paste--and we've analyzed them in our iPhone 3G S review---but we want a full list of all 100 features. Since then, we've asked for the details, but Apple has yet to cough them up.

That's why we're calling on you, dear readers, to help us out. As you cruise through iPhone OS 3.0, keep track of all the "little changes" you see, no matter how small. If it wasn't on your iPhone before, we want to hear about it. We'll do the same on our end, and we'll compile a full list for your enjoyment. Good hunting!