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    Quote Originally Posted by thekarens View Post
    Gee, that sounds exactly like how Android phones already do it
    Guess Eric Schmidt learned a lot from Apple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thekarens View Post
    Gee, that sounds exactly like how Android phones already do it
    Yeah, I can't believe Panther ripped that off from Android.
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    Let's see if new Iphones let you easily change to a bigger battery ,or you'll
    have to send it back to have it done for a big fee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by berdinkerdickle View Post
    What do they mean:
    "third-party multitasking"?
    In other words, it will be able to multi-task they WebOS does (not necessarily cards but true multitasking nonetheless).

    Currently, Iphones can multi-task in a sense but their OS doesn't allow for 3rd party developers apps to do so. Only a few native apps (music, native email, and some others) are allowed to multi-task. It's no where near as fluid or as easy/apparent as WEbOS does it with cards but it sounds like true multi-tasking is coming to the iphone.

    If it does happen, I'd like to see how it will affect the fluidness of their UI.
    Achill3s' Palm Pre: Modded and patched to death!!
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    Honestly i'm not particularly impressed with the new iphone 4.0 OS. i'm underwhelmed. it looks a lot like the last OS. I'm gonna wait and see what hardware they release but the EVO is still the front runner as my next phone.
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