As you may already known, iOS 5 beta 1 was released for registered developers and there was a presentation showing some of the new features in Safari. I’ve made the usual investigation to see what’s new and I find a way to show you what’s new in HTML5.
Nokia has just announced Symbian ‘Anna’, an updated version of Symbian^3 that will be shipped with new devices, such as X7 and E6, and will be available as an OTA update for other devices, such as N8 and E7. I’ve the opportunity to test the new updated browser and here are the results.
Android 2.2 (also known as Froyo) is now with us. Every Nexus One received the update before July, 4th and other models will have the update very soon. Also, many new devices (like Motorola Droid 2) will come with Android 2.2 very soon.
Unfortunately, the Android team has zero documentation, posts or information about browser compatibility. For this new version, it was not an exception. (more…)
As you may know, iPhone 4 was released a few days ago; I didn’t buy an iPhone 4, but I’ve just been in Apple Store San Francisco making some testing over iPhone 3GS with iOS4, iPhone 4 and also with my iPad (iOS 3.2) and iPod Touch (iOS 3.1). After that, I’ve found many interesting behaviors that worth to be mentioned here. Unfortunately, there is no official documentation in Safari Guidelines for iPhone 4 yet to listen an official version. (more…)