iPhone OS 4 can Multi-Task

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The announcement of iPhone OS 4.0, slated to drop this summer, has brought  with it *the *most requested feature from iPhone users around the globe. Multitasking. How will mutltitasking be added to the iPhone? Apple’s Scott Forstall explains:

“We looked at tens of thousands of apps in the app store, and we’ve distilled the services those apps need to run in the background. So we implemented those services, and we’re providing those services as APIs to developers so they can add multitasking while preserving battery life.”

iPhone OS 4 can Multi-Task

Apple will provide seven services that run, in the background, as application accessible APIs: background audio, Voice over IP, background location, push notifications, local notifications, task completion, and fast app switching. There’s also an great user interface for switching between applications, as well.

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