Apple has just announced the release of the latest version of its iPhone operating system, OS 3.1, at the It's Only Rock'n'Roll event along with iTunes 9.
Held at the Yerba Buena Centre For the Arts, the new releases were presented by CEO Steve Jobs who declared that he was happy to be 'vertical' again. He added, 'I'm very happy to be here today with you all. As some of you know, around five months ago I had a liver transplant, so I now have the liver of a mid-20s person who died in a car crash. I wouldn't be here without such generosity. I hope all of us can be as generous and become organ donors.'
Arriving almost three months after OS 3.0, the new OS 3.1 for the iPhone should be available now for free download and will include a new Genius function to make intelligent recommendations based upon the Apps you already own plus ringtones, according to the Engadget website.
iTunes 9, on the other hand, will allow users to manage their Apps directly via the iTunes program.
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