But, they’re all lacking one important element, the Info Button. So, I’ve painstakingly (ha) recreated it in photoshop. I’m not out to duplicate the work of others, so this is probably the smallest iPhone PSD template in existence.
Download it here:iPhone Info Button Light Template (if it opens in your browser, right click and select “Save Linked File as…”)
With that out of the way, here are my unfounded assumptions of what we’ll see on the 17th:
- iPhone OS 3.0 and Snow Leopard share the same code base – this means the best multitouch support on the desktop and the best media framework (Quicktime X) in your pocket
- New Core Location features will be added, along with a demo of a Turn-by-turn driving directions app with VoiceOver speaking street names
- Safari 4 Mobile will be shown, with an emphasis on HTML5 features as a replacement for Adobe Flash, as well as enabling offline web-apps
- Safari will most likely have a Cover-Flow like version of Top Sites
- Some announcement of how it’s Apple’s most efficient mobile OS ever – 15-30% reduction in ram use or increase in battery life
- Beta Available on the 17th to registered developers, shipping end of Summer along with Snow Leopard
- One more thing: $30/month Tethering plan from AT&T – possibly available the same day
- No copy & paste, No MMS, No background apps, NO Flash
That’s my guess, and I’m sticking to it.
I’d kind of hoped these would come with built in LEDs but they didn’t. All I had lying around were some RGB LEDs from an old project, so I wired this up. I just wish I’d bought more white ones instead of one of each color. Oh well.
And that’s just the start of one macro patch in a small piece of one of the bits of a part of what I’m working on.