Tuesday's News Bits
This article contains unofficial information.
- Developers can now download the third beta of iPhone OS 3.1, along with an improved SDK. For now, there’s no information on the changes that would come with the new beta. While examining every new beta version of the platform is cool, we can’t wait any longer to finally get the real thing. (via: AppAdvice)
- The G2 Touch (HTC Hero) will be launched online by T-Mobile UK tomorrow. Those who would rather go to the store personally will have to wait a few days more. Similarly to Orange, the carrier will be offering the smartphone for free with a 18-month contract and a GBP 40 monthly plan. Unfortunately, there aren’t any signs that T-Mobile USA has plans to release the Hero anytime soon. (source: GSMArena)
- The profile of the much-anticipated Garmin-ASUS nuvifone G60 has surfaced. Would some carrier decide to offer it? That is still a question to be answered. (FCC Link)
- The LG ARENA has passed through the federal tests. The supported 3G bands (850/1900 MHz) give us a hint that it might be offered by AT&T. If you want to know more about the device itself you can read our LG ARENA KM900 Review. (FCC Link)
- An unnamed Nokia clamshell is to make its way to AT&T’s catalog. The phone looks like a budget solution with a built-in GPS, judging by the dedicated TeleNav key. (source: EngadgetMobile)