iOS Devices October 12, 2011

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With just about every other app getting the iOS 5 treatment, it isn’t that surprising that Apple just dropped the updated Xcode 4.2 in the Mac App Store with SDKs for iOS 5 and Mac OS X 10.7. You can also grab it from the Apple Developer site, if you prefer.  Full release notes after the break.

Earlier today Apple updated their iMovie, Remote, and Find My iPhone apps, and released updated versions of Pages, Numbers, Keynote. They also released a new iTunes Movie Trailers app and made their new Cards app available for download. expand full story

Along with updates to just about every other one of their apps, Apple has also just updated iMovie, Remote, and Find My iPhone for iOS 5.

Find My iPhone has been updated to version 1.3 with the ability to find your Mac, and the option to request a notification via email when a device is located and online.

iMovie is updated to version 1.2.2 which brings support for iOS 5, and enhanced support for videos imported from external cams. Remote version 2.2 brings only iOS 5 support and the typical “stability and performance improvements”. expand full story

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