has released a new software update for the iPhone 3G that includes Google Maps upgrades and the ability to directly load podcasts to the device.
The company's second software release for the
popular iPhone 3G will allow you to go on a virtual
walking tour with Google Street View, find public
transit schedules and check fares, access podcasts
on the iTunes Store via Wi-Fi or your cell network
or take advantage of a new user interface in Safari.
Google Street View takes you on a virtual walking
tour: Navigate street-level photographs of places
you've located in Maps.
The software also allows you to get walking
directions, find public transit schedules, check
fares or estimate your travel time.
The Share Location button allows you to send an
mail that includes a Google Maps URL.
The update also resolves issues with scheduled
fetching of email, improves the formatting of wide
HTML email and gives you access to free podcasts on
the iTunes Store via Wi-Fi or your cellular network.
A new search-friendly user interface, better
performance, and more stability have also been made
to Safari browser.
The ability to turn keyboard auto-correction on and
off has been added, as well as the security option
to wipe all data from the device after ten failed
For more information visit http://www.apple.com/iphone/softwareupd